Stuff by Debbie Bruell

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    Special projects cap off senior year

    Seniors at Roaring Fork High School this year have been juggling more than just the typical load of classes, extracurricular activities, college applications and job searches.

    Hannah Bingaman has been training to become an equine therapy rider for children on the Autism spectrum. Cal Braniganread more →

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    Carbondale Community School looks to its roots

    “I am a virus,” is how George Stranahan has described himself to others — an agent that disrupts a system, initiating a small modification that soon multiplies. He founded Carbondale Community School with the goal of provoking change in systems of education.

    Stranahan was honored lastread more →

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    Local officials are concerned about teenagers and vaping

    “Juuling,” “ghosting,” “vape pen,” “e-juice…” You’re not alone if you have no idea what these terms mean. However, the Carbondale Police Department and local county health departments are urging adults to pay close attention to this lingo as it relates to a growing epidemic of nicotine addiction amongread more →

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    RF Futsal growing by leaps and bounds

    A couple years ago, sixth grader Mia Cubias would have been spending her weekends this time of year planted in front of their family’s television or playing soccer with her dad and uncle inside their garage. Now, she spends most of her weekends at the Carbondale Middle School gym—playing futsal… read more →