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    Rams sports update

    Fall sports are in full swing with each of Roaring Fork High School’s teams showing promise. Here’s a quick mid-season recap.

    The Lady Rams secured another victory against Basalt on Monday, Sept. 19, winning 3-1. This followed a 3-1 loss in a non-league match with Aspen the week prior. Overall,… read more →

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    Rams fall sports season starts strong

    Rams fans returned to the stands on Aug. 30 for a boisterous beginning to the fall sports season at Roaring Fork High School (RFHS). It was the first home game of the season, and the varsity volleyball team defeated Grand Junction, 3-0. Unlike last year, audience members were free to… read more →

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    For the love of art...

    In addition to an exhibit featuring works by more than 35 artists, Redstone’s 26th annual Labor Day Art Show introduced a new plein air event that had painters, sketchers and doodlers scattered throughout the village with three hours to produce a piece to be auctioned off that same afternoon. Most… read more →

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    Roaring Fork High School sports wrap!

    Spring sports have nearly wrapped up for the year with teams moving through playoffs and toward championship titles. The Rams’ girls lacrosse team crushed Fruita Monument on Tuesday, May 10, scoring a 17-4 victory. Next, they will play against Thompson Valley High School on Thursday, May 12. They are currently… read more →

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    Capping off senior year with Trail Tales

    It all started with a song. Then it became a musical performed by children. Then, a year ago, Lisa Dancing-Light turned her work into an illustrated children’s book about our very own Magic Mountain (Sopris).

    For Roaring Fork High School senior Lukas Denning, it started withread more →

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    Lacrosse team stomps out growing pains

    The Roaring Fork Varsity lacrosse team went up against Aspen on Thursday, April 21, at home in Carbondale. Despite a thriving effort and giving it all they had until the buzzer, the Rams lost, 14-5. 

    For some perspective, this is the second time the two teams have faced off… read more →

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    Spring sports are underway!

    The Lady Rams soccer team started the season strong with a win against Colorado Rocky Mountain School CRMS on Saturday, April 9 (4-1). On April 16, the girls saw a close defeat against Eagle Valley High School during their first home game (1-2). Another close defeat against Grand Junction (1-2)… read more →

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    Local artist shows at the Launchpad

    It took a while for The Sopris Sun to get an interview with longtime Carbondale artist John Toly — roughly three years. Polite requests would be gently rebuffed by the quiet, humble 83-year-old. But then he worked with Carbondale Arts to line up a solo art exhibition at the Launchpad… read more →

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    Celebrando 50 años y un nuevo contrato: Programa de nutrición para adultos mayores del condado de Garfield

    Traducción por Dolores Duarte

    Ven por la comida, y quédate por la compañía — los almuerzos para adultos mayores del Departamento de Servicios Humanos (DHS) están de vuelta en el este del condado de Garfield.

    Desde 1972, el Programa de Nutrición para Adultos Mayores (SNP) del DHS se… read more →

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    SAW co-creators launch sister-project, FARM in Fruita

    Known for its delicious produce, extensive trail system and Mike, the headless chicken, the steadily growing city of Fruita is adding another exciting attraction for residents and tourists alike: FARM (Fruita Art Recreation Marketplace).

    Located at 158 South Park Square in downtown Fruita, FARM is a community-centric project for Grand… read more →