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  • Sections: Letters Published

    Humpty to remain at library

    Dear Editor:

    We did it!  What started with a little boy donating three quarters of his “safety money” and the Garbarini’s gift of $200, ended with a collection of over $5200 from the Carbondale community to purchase the Humpty Dumpty bronze sculpture that resides outsideread more →

  • Sections: Letters Published

    An independent caucus

    At the March 22 independent caucus at the Glenwood Springs Library, organizer Randy Fricke said what many of us have known for some time.

    “We are no longer a democracy,” Fricke declared,”We are an oligarchy, governed by corporations, super PAC’s, and the wealthy.”

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    The Sun announces IPO

    By Margarita LuTack
    The Sopris Sum

    The Sopris Sun Board of Directors recently announced the newspaper’s initial public offering, which officially marks the entity’s conversion from a nonprofit to a publicly traded company.

    The move has already been met with controversy.

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    Library unveils new #@&%ing programming

    By Jumpin’ Jehoshaphat
    Sopris Sin Staff

    In an effort to remain relevant and make up for lost funding, the Garfield County Public Library system kicked off a set of new programs in Carbondale with a course on cursing in other languages.

    “I got inspired reading Hemingway’sread more →

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    Town eyes converting ditches to brew Kombucha

    By Danko Beauregardenabler
    The Sopris Shroom 

    A new push to brew a mushroom-based tea in Carbondale’s ditch system is gaining steam, and the prospects have local chakras spinning. Council members will discuss a $1.2 million proposal to foster a locally sourced Kombucha brewing empire in town.

    If approved, the… read more →

  • Sections: News, Obituaries Published

    Obituary: Amy Barr

    Nutritionist, witty champion of the needy, dies at 64

    Amy Barr, a 19-year resident of Carbondale and recently appointed Executive Director of LIFT- UP, the Food Bank of the Rockies, succumbed to metastatic cancer at her home on March 22.

    Known throughout the Aspen…

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