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    Talking with your kids about sexual abuse

    “That could never happen to my kids,” is precisely the attitude that makes children more vulnerable to sexual abuse, according to Meghan Hurley, the Mental Health Coordinator of River Bridge, a regional child advocacy center located in Glenwood Springs.

    As Hurley told about 50 parents at a presentation… read more →

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    A charitable coffee shop by any name

    You may have heard of “that coffee shop in the Third Street Center” but could never quite remember the name.

    Founder and roaster Lance Norton heard the message loud and clear, so he’s rebranded from Cilundu — meaning ‘mountain’ in Tonga — to Blue Spruceread more →

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    Carbondale native races internationally

    Evelina Sutro has just returned from Finland after competing in the 2019 Nordic Junior World Ski Championships on the U23 U.S. National Team. Currently a sophomore at the University of Vermont, Evelina traces her roots back to Carbondale, where she grew up.

    “I love skiingread more →

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    Celebrating 27 years of community sisu

    Praise Ullr — Spring Gulch is boasting “conditions… about as good as they can possibly be,” according to Michael Shook of the Mount Sopris Nordic Council.

    That’s particularly exciting this time of year, when organizers are feverishly soliciting donations and generally raising the stoke for theread more →

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    Big box not the storage solution for Carbondale, P&Z tells GarCo

    The Planning and Zoning Commission heard proposals for two separate self storage facilities during its Jan. 24 meeting — but only to submit comments to Garfield County, not to make any decisions on the applications, Planning Director Janet Buck clarified.

    “These are referral items from Garfieldread more →

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    Giving thanks for Jim Calaway’s life and legacy

    Jim Calaway never took no for an answer and never failed to say thank you.

    It’s an approach that elevated him into the top of Texas business and politics in his youth, helped him inspire a new era of philanthropy in the Roaring Fork Valley andread more →

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    In search of Bonedale's best burger

    In a ranching town, hamburgers are serious business.

    Pretty much every restaurant takes particular pride in their patty, which more often than not comes from a cow that could have been driven through town last year. Diners debate the merits of each — the meat,read more →

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    GarCo confirms $200k commitment to Red Hill

    A collaborative effort among multiple community stakeholders will result in three new trails and safer trail access at the Red Hill Recreation Area.

    The partnership between the Town of Carbondale and the Carbondale-based Aspen Valley Land Trust (AVLT) started with an effort to acquire andread more →

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    Carbondale attorney makes change and history in fight against human trafficking

    More than 125 local cops, doctors, teachers, philanthropists and citizens recently gathered for the biggest anti-human-trafficking conference ever held on Colorado’s Western Slope.

    That one-day summit happened because Glenwood Springs Attorney Angela Roff asked Carbondale resident Beth Klein to make it happen.

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    Local psychedelic series reflects state and national conversations

    Lux Wellness Center co-founders Jade Wimberley, a naturopathic doctor, and Lauren Whittaker, a chiropractor, want their space to be a forum for conversation and education as much as a place for healing. In fact, they see as one informing the other — and, they contend, there is a conversation… read more →