Stuff by Will Grandbois

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    'Streaming Steve's' fundraiser seeks to share the music

    Steve Standiford wishes he had high-definition video of Trampled by Turtles or Lake Street Dive playing his little room in downtown Carbondale.

    If the 70,000 YouTube views a standard-definition Youtube video of Mandolin Orange’s set at Steve’s Guitars — plus hundreds of new newsletter subscribersread more →

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    Four finalists in running for C'dale Police Chief

    he Town of Carbondale has narrowed down more than 20 qualified applicants for its top law enforcement position.

    Four men are still in the running to replace longtime Chief Gene Schilling, who retires at the end of September. The community will have a chance toread more →

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    ‘Hope for the Flowers’ has deep, sustainable roots

    A parable for the ages

    When Stage of Life Theatre Director Jennifer Johnson set out to adapt “Hope for the Flowers,” she wasn’t sure she’d be able to get permission from author Trina Paulus. After all, the 88-year-old had written just the one book back in the 70s,… read more →

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    Trustees dig down the rabbit hole

    Rabbits are not chickens — and that’s about the only consensus reached on the subject at the Feb. 25 town council meeting.

    The board was asked to reconsider the Town’s rabbit policy by rabbit farmer Matt Kennedy last year, and Trustee Erica Sparhawk accepted the task of drafting… read more →

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    Continuing Curtis’s legacy

    John Graybill chokes up a bit when he talks about Chief Henry Red Cloud.

    Addressing a small crowd at Valley Fine Arts in Aspen on Feb. 15, the Buena Vista resident recalled his meeting with the great-great grandson of the original Red Cloud, who Graybill’s ownread more →

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    Heritage Park is much more than a nursing home

    Just like its residents, Heritage Park Care Center wears its age well. A quiet presence on the end of Village Road since 1987, it has only become more essential as the town has grown around it and other senior care facilities have sprung up,

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    Changes coming to Eighth Street

    After three meetings to discuss four similar proposals for Eighth Street multimodal and traffic calming planning, staff suggested Alta Planning and Design and trustees backed the play.

    “It was probably one of the hardest [proposal] reviews I’ve actually been through because things were so tight,”read more →

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    First Democratic U.S. Senate candidate visits Carbondale

    Lorena Garcia hopes to make history.

    She certainly stands out among the Democrats looking to unseat Senator Cory Gardner. A seventh-generation Coloradan on one side and a first-generation American on the other, her background is in community organizing and she and her wife Jaimi have been married for… read more →

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    Terry Chacos remembered for her enthusiasm, grit

    Right up until her passing on Jan. 28, Terry Chacos met adversity with laughter and a smile.

    That’s the first thing anyone mentions when talking about her, and the memory cut through the grief as her husband, Chris, and sons, Eric and Charlie, sat down toread more →

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    History, geology and chocolate come together in Marble

    Locals and history buffs alike are excitedly awaiting The Marble Museum’s upcoming winter event, its “Winter Open House.” It takes place from 1 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 8. But first, the annual “Chocolate Extravaganza — Contest and Tasting” takes place from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at The… read more →