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Preliminary work has begun on sewer and water line extensions on the old Crystal River Marketplace property.

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Yaa Samar! Dance Theatre will spend April 6-13 with Dance Initiative in the company’s first American residency.

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Drew Broadhurst may have pitched a perfect game, but that doesn’t mean he’s too good to play with his pooch.

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Gordon Nelson has been the Carbondale Rec. Center's most loyal member. 

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CRMS student Kate Oldham's ski season continues almost year-round. 

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    Ram athletes swing into spring

    There’s no shortage of athletic opportunity at Roaring Fork High School in the spring, and students are taking advantage of it. More than 100 students — roughly a third of the school — are enrolled in baseball, track and field, girls’ soccer or junior varsity girls’ lacrosse.

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    AVLT Red Hill Project meets funding commitment goals

    The “Save Red Hill” project, a collaborative effort between the Aspen Valley Land Trust and the Town of Carbondale, has been funded at $1.35 million. But now that funding is secured, the work is just beginning.

    The project, launched in November 2017, conserves a 25-acre arearead more →

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    Ballot asks voters whether to continue streetscape fund via 2A

    In addition to electing town trustees, voters will be asked whether or not to approve ballot measure 2A, which seeks to extend Carbondale’s streetscape fund through 2030. The fund, which originally passed in 1999 and again in 2010, is the town’s sole dedicated monetary resource for public worksread more →

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    Pages of the Past: The box

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    From the archives of the Roaring Fork Valley Journal

    March 23, 1978

    Carbondale Middle School Principal Everett Knutson defended the use of a plywood box as a discipline tool even as Superintendent Nick Massaro ordered the device destroyed. Knutson had reportedly asked janitor Bill Bartrem to…

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