Stuff by Will Grandbois

  • Sections: News Published

    An error in the calendar

    Due to the omission of a header, two items in this week's print calendar — "African Dance" and "Brainstorm" — appear to be taking place on the wrong day. Both events are on Monday, Sept. 25. read more →
  • Sections: Letters Published

    Don’t just ram ahead

    Dear Editor: A letter last week argued that the proposed Crystal Trail should not be viewed as a serious risk factor in the health of our local bighorn herd and called for the CPW to develop a research-based plan for managing these animals. read more →
  • Sections: Letters Published

    Kroger’s never ending sale

    Dear Editor: I can’t believe the way Kroger is jerking around Carbondale about a new City Market. read more →
  • Sections: Letters Published

    See what the Masons built

    Dear Editor: I’m writing this letter to encourage your readers to attend the Glenwood Masonic Lodge’s 130th Anniversary Celebration. read more →
  • Sections: News Published

    Dog Agility Championships dedicated to local Bill Lukes

    Carbondale’s canine population is going to see quite the boom this weekend, starting Sept. 21: more than 90 dogs of all breeds and sizes will be accompanying their handlers to compete in the Dogs on Course in North America National Dog Agility Championships (DOCNA) at North Face Park. Competitors and their dogs will undergo several timed obstacle-course events, including snakes and ladders, jumpers and time gambles. read more →
  • Sections: Columns Published

    Seeking Higher Ground: Beach front property going cheap

    Psst, wanna buy some coastal property? Despite the news of Harvey and Irma, I was surprised to learn that the husbands of two of my friends do—in Florida no less! Perhaps I shouldn’t be surprised. The Yale Program on Climate Communication has found that nationally, while 69 percent of Americans think that global warming is real and dangerous, only 42 percent think it will harm them personally. read more →
  • Sections: News Published

    Dandelion Market celebrates grand reopening on Sept. 23

    The Dandelion Market, Carbondale’s community food co-op grocery store that features locally grown produce and organic and natural foods, is celebrating its grand re-opening with a community Bonanza on Saturday, Sept. 23. The market is conveniently located at 1310 Highway 133, next to Rhumba Girl Liquors and across the road from Wells Fargo Bank. The event is scheduled from noon to 4 p.m., and will include store specials, door prizes, activities, music and a potluck lunch. read more →
  • Sections: News Published

    Carbondale Fire replaces two board members

    Carbondale and Rural Fire Protect District has two new faces on its board: ordinance officer Gretchen Stock-Bell and former mayor Michael Hassig, who will also serve as the new secretary/treasurer. The pair were chosen from among three applicants to fill the seats left open by Carl Smith and Lou Eller, both of whom have moved out of the district. read more →
  • Sections: News Published

    A marvelous trip thanks to Moondance

    For fourteen days last July, myself and eleven other students from across the country, embarked on an adventure of a lifetime through the rocky Dolomite mountains on a Moondance trip. Moondance Adventures is an adventure travel company for middle and high school students with trips in five different continents, seventeen countries and eleven states in the US. The program’s philosophy incorporates a strong belief in the power of the outdoors with the ideas of positivity and “living in the moment.” read more →
  • Sections: News Published

    Out of the saddle and onto the mat

    WindWalkers is probably best known for the therapeutic riding it runs year round on Missouri Heights, but some of its most important work takes place outside the arena. “It goes well beyond the physical component,” Executive Director Gabrielle Greeves explained. “When you create health for one, you create the ability for them to engage in and heal the entire community.” read more →