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    Local designer, continental craftsman come together at 5028

    Where’d I get these limited-edition Iberian leather shoes? Right here in Carbondale, of course.

    Or, at least, from the 5028 “warehouse” in Angilina and Mike Taylor’s garage just up the road. The fledgling shoe company just debuted another run, and you might have seen them outread more →

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    Sale pending for RVR golf course

    The River Valley Ranch golf course is expected to change hands this week, with a closing slated for Nov. 15.

    Everything appeared on track as of press time, according to David Myler, an attorney who has worked with both Dale Rand — principal of RVR Golfread more →

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    Board split on CoVenture proposal

    While Carbondale Trustees are open to a partnership with GlenX — just rebranded as CoVenture as the organization works toward expanding into a new space on Main Street — they weren’t quite ready to commit $25,000 to the cause on Nov. 13.

    The issue evenly dividedread more →

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    Student art pops next to famous originals

    As a New Yorker, Sonya Taylor Moore grew up with culture in her backyard, but she was surprised and pleased to find it in Carbondale when it came time to teach her students at Ross Montessori a lesson on pop art.

    The Powers Art Center, locatedread more →

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    Seeing is believing — in a cause

    When it comes to teaching people about the big picture regarding public lands stewardship and conservation, the EcoFlight crew believes in showing instead of telling.

    “We take different stakeholders up in the air to educate people, give people a better understanding of public lands andread more →

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    Our Town: Megan Griffiths

    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 one of Carbondale’s newest additions: Megan Griffiths, who moved here from her home inread more →

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    Boys' soccer team reflects on friendship ahead of semifinals

    Update: The Rams fell 2-1 in penalty kicks to Liberty Common in the semifinals.

    Despite temperatures in the high 20s Tuesday evening, about 100 or so Carbondalians gathered at Fourth and Main Streets to cheer on the Roaring Fork High School boys soccer team as they departed forread more →

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    A full nest of music and skiing

    Their youngest daughter may be settled at Tufts University, but Dan and Pam Rosenthal don’t really resonate with the term “empty nester.”

    “I like open nester,” Pam clarified. “Because empty nester, that quantifies that there’s something missing, that the nest is empty now — and thatread more →

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    ‘The Spanish Flu will get you if you don’t watch out’

    As talented as humans are at destruction, Mother Nature has us beat.

    On Nov. 11, 1918, the world celebrated the end of the War to End All Wars, blissfully oblivious of the century of even greater bloodshed that awaited them. And as civilians flooded into theread more →

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