Stuff by Will Grandbois

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    Even those with insurance have to rely on charity for medical costs

    Steve Avery had his nose, three teeth, upper lip and part of his palate removed in addition to a lymph node dissection, chemotherapy and radiation as part of a cancer treatment that turned out to be only the beginning. After complication after complication and in advance of aread more →

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    Meet the ghosts of Potato Days past

    If the Thompson House isn’t already haunted, it certainly will be on Oct. 5.

    In conjunction with the ghostly theme of this year’s Potato Day, The Carbondale Historical Society is jumping right in to October with a ghost walk at the nationally-registered building next to Triangle Park. While… read more →

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    Mister Kitty and Mushu go out on the town

    When Eloise Clark moved into town after living in a rural section of County Road 115, she worried a bit about how her cat, Mister Kitty, might adapt. She needn’t have.

    Clark and her sister got the stub-tailed tabby as a kitten from Brett Varr,read more →

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    Bear tipping just the latest art attack

    When Emerson received an Instagram message on Sept. 20 that his blue bear sculpture by Delaney Nature Park had been knocked down, he wasn’t altogether surprised.

    Back in art school, he’d heard stories of people trying to run off with art. And Carbondale itself has had several incidents… read more →

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    Town backs Glenwood on quarry, eyes economic forecast

    It was a jam-packed agenda on Sept. 24, but even so the trustees got to go home early.

    The action kicked off with the speedy approval of a liquor license transfer for Patina Bar and Grill, which is taking over the space formerly occupied by The Pig.… read more →

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    Ram sports getting off on the right foot

    As Roaring Fork Ram volleyball girls play their first home game on Sept. 14, the soccer boys will take on one of their toughest rivals on the road.

    The season is young yet, but both teams have had a chance to get a feel for theirread more →

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    The Hause cause always flows back to the river

    In creating a legacy for his brother Kea, Ian Hause built one for himself as well.

    “He unexpectedly passed away, so we took his vision, his passion, his knowledge, his being and brought that to the river,” he explained of the River, Riparian and Restoration (R3)read more →

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    Kenna Steindler balances burritos and the band

    The Sun is conducting a series of interviews with folks you may not have seen in the paper before – a sort of introduction to your neighbors. This week we caught up with Kenna Steindler, a fixture at Dos Gringos Burritos, one of the founders of the localread more →

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    CMS scores soar while CRES minds the gap

    Not all students perform well on standardized testing, but Carbondale Middle School (CMS) is seeing growth across the board.

    That’s according to Colorado Measures of Academic Success results released last week. While science and social studies are also assessed, perhaps the most comprehensive results are thoseread more →

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    Trustees take more steps against vaping

    The Town of Carbondale is expanding its hard stance on tobacco with licensing and a flavor ban following a public hearing on Aug. 27.

    The decision comes a year after trustees opted to increase the consumption age to 21, and may be followed by aread more →