Stuff by Will Grandbois

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    Let’s all do the monster mash

    Back by popular demand — a round-the-clock Halloween-themed grown-up game of tag!

    Seriously, we’ve had people asking about the return of Humans vs. Vampires for months. It’s quite gratifying to see such anticipation, but we did feel that some things need to be revamped to makeread more →

  • Sections: News Published

    2018 midterm election voter guide

    On Nov. 6, voters in Carbondale are being asked to weigh in on five local questions as well as 13 state propositions or amendments and a wide array of county, state and federal races. Readers in neighboring jurisdictions have a slightly different — but no lessread more →

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    Clearing up media misconceptions and getting to know your reporters

    While journalists put a lot of effort into building understanding and engagement for many facets of the community, they often overlook their own field in the quest to inform. As such, Carbondale Community Access Radio (KDNK) is teaming up with the Colorado Media Alliance for “Your News, Yourread more →

  • Sections: Opinion Published

    There’s so much room for activities!

    Since its inception, The Sun has been a little bit different.

    I don’t just mean because we’re a nonprofit carrying on the quirky tradition set by The Valley Journal. We also launched with a slightly smaller format than area dailies. At the time, the Aspenread more →

  • Sections: News Published

    Locals flock together for new guide

    Rebecca Weiss and Mark Fuller are bird nerds, and they’re making it easy for you to be one, too.

    “Birds are the most watchable form of wildlife,” Weiss said. “Birders are fun to hang out with and it helps you connect to nature.”

    “They’reread more →

  • Sections: News Published

    Old friends and new come together to put on Potato Day

    They may not be officially in charge of the event anymore, but the Gianinettis are still heavily invested in the success of Potato Day.

    In addition to their involvement with the meal, the folks at Gianinetti Spring Creeks Ranch put up a matching donation to encourageread more →

  • Sections: News Published

    How do we keep them from walking away?

    Carbondale is likely to lose its creatives if it doesn’t find a way to offer them affordable housing and studio space, but who’s going to spearhead it and who’s going to pay for it?

    That’s the big question left lingering after ArtSpace unveiled the results ofread more →

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    Signs speak louder than words

    Editor’s Note: This class was postponed due to health issues

    While many classes at Colorado Mountain College put people’s passions into play, the upcoming continuing education course on American Sign Language at the Carbondale campus is particularly personal.

    Instructor Valerie Rose is deaf in oneread more →

  • Sections: News Published

    Colorado company keeps you connected

    It’s hard to get much done without the internet these days, as a series of outages in recent years — most recently on Sept. 24 — underscores.

    Most communication in, out and within the Valley relies on a couple of main lines which can beread more →

  • Sections: News Published

    Pages of the Past: Thompson Divide fight turns 10

    From the archives of the Roaring Fork Valley Journal

    Sept. 28, 1978

    After seven years of meeting around kitchen tables, the Carbondale Council on Arts and Humanities opened its first office in the Dinkle Building. The space was intended to serve as a hub for information…

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