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    State Treasurer candidate on fixing PERA and divesting from gun makers

    “Now, that’s the way to pin down a politician!” exclaimed Colorado Representative Dave Young at an evening meet-and-greet last week at the Smiling Goat Ranch when a ranch dog decided to stand on Young’s foot. The event was casual and friendly. The small crowd of about a dozenread more →

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    No Man’s Land will expand until the need is gone

    Even as a teenager going to the beloved 5Point Film Festival, Aisha Weinhold recognized a gap in representation on the big screen. It’s one of the driving reasons she founded the No Man’s Land Film Festival (NMLFF) in 2014 — to create a platform that featured women inread more →

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    Historic house preserved as part of 689 Main rezoning

    The Weant House —  built in 1913 and known also as the Lappala House, 689 or, most recently, The Way Home — will stand for at least another 20 years as part of an agreement between the owners and the Town of Carbondale.

    The property cameread more →

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    A family prescription for fun nutrition

    It was just as the cucumbers were coming on and the fruit trees were heavy with apples and pears that I saw an announcement for a series of farm-to-kitchen cooking classes.

    My daughter, Sprout, has grown up with her own “backyard grocery store”. We’re luckyread more →

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    Fire restrictions end Sept. 7

    Carbondale, Garfield County, White River National Forest and the Colorado River Valley Bureau of Land Management office are all rescinding fire restrictions effective Sept. 7.

    Some of the bans have been in place since June, with stage two restrictions for much of the duration. Thanks toread more →

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    Basalt Library breaking down barriers to books

    Young readers rejoice — Basalt Regional Library is no longer charging fines for patrons under 18, or adults checking out juvenile and young adult materials on their behalf.

    It’s part of a broader push by the library to shake off the image of libraries asread more →

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    An alignment by any other name

    After deliberating the details for the proposed Carbondale to Crested Butte trail for two hours Tuesday afternoon, the Pitkin Board of County Commissioners and Open Space and Trails Board of Trustees agreed on one thing: words matter.

    “I think the trail alignment issue is ofread more →

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    Longhorns share long histories at all-class reunion

    In the digital age, in-person high school reunions can seem, well, outdated. In fact, the Basalt High School all-class reunion — an every-five-years tradition — almost didn’t happen this year.

    “I wasn’t sure that this was even worth doing again,” admitted Janice Duroux, one of theread more →

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    Open house slated for mixed-use development

    It’s been years in the making, but the plan for the Carbondale Marketplace — a 5.37-acre mixed-use project just west of the roundabout and south of the planned City Market — is finally ready for its public debut.

    “The property has been controversial for almostread more →

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    Putting on the gloves to Power Punch Parkinson’s

    At first blush, boxing seems like an unorthodox physical therapy for Parkinson’s patients.

    After all, one of the most high-profile cases of the degenerative disorder was Muhammad Ali, and many have long theorized that repeated head injuries may have been a factor. But low-impact boxing programsread more →

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