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    More vaping restrictions could be coming to town

    Less than a year after raising the tobacco age in town, Carbondale trustees are considering additional measures.

    Following a presentation by Pitkin County Tobacco Specialist Risa Turetsky on June 11, Mayor Dan Richardson took an informal poll and found support for at least considering aread more →

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    Building permit dispute continues to burn

    As of Monday, June 10, the Carbondale Board of Adjustment is down a member. Meredith Bullock resigned, effective immediately, in order to remain in the room during a public hearing from which she’d recused herself.

    Board of Adjustment member Mark Chain, who’d also recused himself fromread more →

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    Things are looking up at Crown Mountain Park

    It has been a little over a year since voters approved a tax hike to support Crown Mountain Park, and it’s beginning to pay dividends.

    “It’s been an absolute game changer,” said Park Manager Nate Grinzinger. “We feel like there’s so much untapped potential here.read more →

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    Seeing the 'watershed for the creek' and participating in your own safety

    Yes, there’s a lot of snow in the high country. No, that doesn’t mean all our water woes are over.

    Social media is awash with figures describing snowpack at more than 400 percent of normal for this time of year — which is true, but only to a… read more →

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    Grads from three schools head off into the world

    Graduation caps have been thrown by Roaring Fork and Bridges High School seniors, and Colorado Rocky Mountain School’s ceremony is this weekend. There is a lot to celebrate, so we caught up with a recent or soon-to-be graduate from each of Carbondale’s schools to learn about their plans and… read more →

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    Citizen group presents shooting range recommendations

    The Basalt Shooting Range Working Group will present its recommendations to Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) about the future of the Basalt gun range  from 6 to 8 p.m.Thursday evening in a public meeting at Basalt High School.

    The Working Group is composed ofread more →

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    Our Town: Sami Dinar

    The Sopris 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 Sami Dinar, the Range and Noxious Weed Specialist for the Aspen Sopris Ranger District.read more →

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    Philosophy Club tackles modern, relevant topics

    Though the term might conjure images of stale coffee and late-night, candlelit discussions about the writings of Aristotle, Confucius, or Nietzsche, this is not your grandfather’s philosophy club.

    While calling upon history’s most famous ponderers is certainly fair game in the Basalt Library’s Philosophy Club, itsread more →

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    Rams at Work & Play

    In what was billed as a school-wide romp, on May 24 the students of Roaring Fork High School went all out for “Rams Day,” a day fi lled with volunteer work in the morning, fun and games in the afternoon.

    Some recipients of the volunteer effort were the Heritage Park… read more →

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    CPAC gears up for next Art aRound Town

    By Megan Tackett
    Sopris Sun Staff

     

    It’s easy to not realize just how much work goes into Art aRound Town, Carbondale’s rotating sculpture exhibit, even when town itself is literally changing around passersby.

    Carbondale Public Arts Commission (CPAC) Chair Sarah Moore admitted that even she gets caught up… read more →

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