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While Roaring Fork students have always played on some Basalt teams, the Ram/Longhorn camaraderie is particularly strong during the pandemic.

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Elm seed bugs have started moving into the area, and folks are learning the hard way to keep their homes sealed up tight.

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The Third Street Center took moment to acknowledge the International Day of Pieceon Sept. 21 and christen a Peace Pole.

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    Potato Day turns eleventy-one

    Carbondale’s venerable celebration of history and agriculture gets a COVID treatment with an array of virtual and in-person festivities. This year’s theme  “Spuds and Suffragists — Women Voting Proudly for 100 Years” honors the centennial of the 19th Amendment. In addition to the audio series featuredread more →

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    Waldorf students resiliently face the times

    “Oh to be young again,” so the sentiment goes… However, these days the youth may be less envied. Students across the nation undergo the new normal either in familiar hallways or over a computer monitor in the refuge of their homes. 

    The Waldorf school has setread more →

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    CMC hires former Parsons prof

    When Cecilia Metheny decided to leave the New York City area for Carbondale, she knew she wanted to continue teaching. 

    “I don’t think anyone on Earth teaches for money,” she said. “I think your heart’s in it or it isn’t.”

    After nearly 20 yearsread more →

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    Pandemic puts Castle back on the market

    The historic Osgood Mansion is up for sale for the second time in four years — this time for $19.75 million 

    After multi-million-dollar total renovations, owners April and Steve Carver determined that operating the castle in the current pandemic and economic environments was not sustainable.The Carversread more →

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    Robinson challenging Samson for commissioner

    With less than 50 days left until the election, the race for Garfield County Commissioner from District 3, between challenger Democrat Leslie Robinson and four-term incumbent Republican Mike Samson, is on its final leg.

    Leslie Robinson, the current Chair of the Grand Valley Citizens’ Alliance, aread more →

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