Will Sardinsky

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    Locals rep at Outdoor Retailer show

    Many familiar faces could be spotted at the Outdoor Retailer show in Denver earlier this month.

    Lindsay Jones, local artist, checks out the topo designs at Garmin.

    Chris Brandt, Red Hill Council president, chats with Trails Are Common Ground.

    Ethan Peck, of Rygr, shows off a new… read more →

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    If an aspen grove falls, continued

    For part one of this two-part series, click here

    The Forest Service has stated that the logging on William’s Peak, along Four Mile Road, is to create a disturbance, “and cutting areas with mature aspen stimulates their root system to vigorously regenerate.” However, users ofread more →

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    Tres demócratas avanzan en la carrera por el CD3

    Traducción por Dolores Duarte

    El Sopris Sun recientemente se puso al día con cada uno de los tres candidatos que compiten en la boleta electoral del partido demócrata en las elecciones de noviembre para reemplazar a la congresista Lauren Boebert como representante del Tercer Distrito Congresional (CD3) de Colorado del… read more →

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    The music lives on at Steve’s Guitars

    What would Carbondale be without Steve’s Guitars — or, for that matter, Steve Standiford — ? For nearly 30 years, this little guitar shop turned intimate listening room has brought people together around a common love for music.
    Although the venue began as a retail store, previously owned by… read more →

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    Part 1: If an aspen grove falls…

    Since February 14, 2022, the popular backcountry recreation area Williams Peak, located along Four Mile Road, has undergone a transformation. A 90-acre “treatment area,” as it’s referred to by the Forest Service, sees a forest once so dense it required bush whacking to navigate, turning into a fieldread more →

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    Syringe services and more, sans judgment

    Maggie Seldeen started High Rockies Harm Reduction (HRHR), not on a whim, not because she thought it would be edgy, but because there was a need. A need she’s observed, and felt the impact of, within our community. 

    Overcoming addiction is a convoluted path, with lotsread more →

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    Food for thought: Your 2022 CSA Guide

    There are few greater food experiences than opening your front door on a warm summer morning to a bright and colorful box of locally grown or sourced food items. Now, with the arrival of spring, this delight can be yours. The 2022/23 community-supported agriculture (CSA) cycle is beginning and we’ve… read more →

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    Sisu: like your life’s cup of coffee

    “‘Sisu’ is a Finnish term and it means ‘enthusiasm, spirit, drive.’ All of the ingredients that you think of getting yourself going and being happy about what you’re doing and challenging yourself, that’s what ‘sisu’ is,” explained Elliot Norquist, Mount Sopris Nordic Council board member and trails/grooming manager. “‘Sisu’ is… read more →

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    Getting into good trouble

    While most schools in the Roaring Fork Valley, and the country, had Monday off for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the Waldorf School on the Roaring Fork was in session.

    “Today we are choosing to intentionally hold school, because we wanted to bring all of our students, community and teachers… read more →

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    Aspiradoras de la tierra

    Es posible que la Country Road 112 ha sido la más transitada hasta ahora. Sin embargo, el tráfico no fue de carros, sino de cabras. En una reciente mañana otoñal llena de rocío, Lani Malmberg y su hijo, Donny Benz, copropietarios de Goat Green LLC, llevaron 800 cabras por la… read more →