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    Fire ban back for GarCo, Carbondale

    After a brief respite, Garfield County and the Town of Carbondale have opted to reinstate Stage II fire restrictions.

    That means no smoking or open flames except within an enclosed or barren area, no explosives or engines without a spark arresting device and no campfires exceptread more →

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    Enter Sandman, karaoke host with the most

    David Sandman is all over the place. His karaoke business now has weekly shows in Breckenridge, Aspen, El Jebel, Vail, Carbondale, Avon and Glenwood Springs — a different town scheduled every night.

    “I’m a very, very busy person these days,” Sandman said. “For the pastread more →

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    A unique ecosystem endures on the slopes of Basalt Mountain

    The folks at Central Rocky Mountain Permaculture Institute (CRMPI) like to compare Jerome Osentowski to a pioneer species — a hearty organism that establishes the first foothold in an inhospitable landscape and paves the way for future abundance.

    Since the 1970s, Osentowski has been doing justread more →

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    PRO TKD goes beyond hand and foot

    It’s an unassuming location — tucked in the plaza with City Market. Grocery shoppers likely don’t know that the PRO TKD Martial Arts Center trains entire families of black belts and converts into an indoor 18-yard archery range within minutes.

    “One of my black belts cameread more →

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    Coredination owners land in new studio space

    If home is where the heart is, then the new Coredination studio location at 1101 Village Rd. is where Alexandra and Anthony Jerkunica are keeping theirs. The husband-and-wife duo co-founded Coredination — which houses Bonedale Ballet — in 2004, but they’re just now settling into a permanent locationread more →

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    Potato Day deadlines looming

    Over the course of the last century or so, a wide array of folks have pitched in to make Potato Day a reality — from farmers and ranchers to the municipal government to members of local sororities. Now, with Xi Gamma Tau retiring from its role, Carbondale’s oldestread more →

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    New Carbondale retail space, museum offers ‘national treasure’ of ski collectibles

    Tucked away in an unassuming unit in the storage facility just past the Carbondale rodeo grounds heading out of town is perhaps the largest and most impressive private collection in the world of all things skiing.

    Vintage Ski World boasts a dizzying inventory of skis,read more →

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    Carbondale Fire mulls bond, mill levy modification

    The Carbondale and Rural Fire Protection District Board is expected to certify a pair of ballot items at its next meeting in an effort to secure sustainable funding.

    Voters would be asked, separately, to support a roughly $7.5 million bond issue and an indefinite 10.4read more →

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    Local teams carry on despite schedule, ranking concerns

    As educators and administration staff across the Roaring Fork Valley embark upon another school year, the classroom will not be the only place math determines success. Four years ago, Colorado State High School Sports and Activities (CHSAA) instituted a new system for determining post season sports rankings. Thisread more →

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    Sandra Lopez leaves Sanctuary after 10 months of solitude

    For the first time in 10 months and two days, Sandra Lopez left the Two Rivers Unitarian Universalist parsonage, where she had been living in sanctuary with her youngest daughter Areli, a U.S. citizen.

    “I [was] counting every second!” she said.

    Thanks toread more →

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    Caminatas bilingües gratuitas llegan a Red Hill

    Este verano, Wilderness Workshop de Carbondale lanzo un programa comunitario diseñado para que la población latina del Roaring Fork Valley este incluida en experiencias, entendimiento, y con la meta de que aboguen por las tierras públicas. El programa, Defiende Nuestra Tierra, fue oficialmente iniciado en junio con unaread more →

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