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  • Locations: Letters Published

    Letters - February 25, 2021

    Illuminated
    Light the Night with Love shined brightly, bringing community members, artists, youth and sponsors together to spread joy and laughter. Carbondale Arts believes this is crucial as we maneuver through what, we hope, are the final months of strict COVID regulations. The event was safe and creative and… read more →

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    Letters - February 18, 2021

    Re: Subdivision and redevelopment
    A recent Glenwood Post article covered the approval of new buildings to replace the Sopris Shopping Center. The proposal is in two parts. One is to enlarge the mini storage with a new two-story, climate-controlled building to the west of the existing storage buildings. Second… read more →

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    Letters - February 11, 2021

    Sharing the love
    Camy Britt’s letter last week was “Right On.” Carbondale IS a great place to live for the vibes and events! We also have the Carbondale Nature Park, great cross-country skiing at Spring Gulch, and all of our outdoor COVID-safe activities. We are all in this together… read more →

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    Letters - February 4, 2021

    Thanks to Will Grandbois
    It “takes a village” to create a town, a community, a place of commitment to each other… Historians like to witness and record the development, regulations, people and purpose of a community. Journalists have a unique role. One of the most honored and best records… read more →

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    Letters, January 28, 2021

    Climate action
    I’m glad that Fred Malo addressed climate change in his most recent column (“God said, ‘The fire, not a flood next time.'”), but I was disappointed that he offered few suggestions for how individuals can make a difference.
    There are many ways that… read more →

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    Letters - January 21, 2021

    A Love Letter to the Sopris Shopping Center
    When I came back to teach at CRMS in ’70, we had to drive to Glenwood to Safeway to shop for “fresh’’ food. After I stopped teaching in ‘72, I bought a house on the Crystal and I believe… read more →

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    Letters, January 14, 2021

    A humanitarian solution
    As a pediatrician who has been taking care of children and families for 40 years, I have been able to witness advances in medicine that improve the lives of individuals and strengthen our communities. Of all the ways I have helped my patients, I… read more →

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    Letters - January 7, 2021

    Thanks Sopris Sun

    Thanks to all the writers and staff and, of course, the editor. 2020 saw more small-town papers stop publication than any other year in American history. Your supporters are the best in the world to keep your press running and thriving on ideas of how to stay… read more →

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    Letters

    Colby letter reply

    Editor:

    In his letter last week, Ed Colby says he wants Garco commissioners to persuade all the businesses that aren’t mask compliant to mend their ways. You see, Ed says John, Tom and Mike already know who the mask scorers are:… read more →

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    Be aware of the risks

    Dear Carbondale Community:

    As we enter the Fourth of July Holiday weekend, we each must acknowledge the sobering reality that COVID-19 is on the rise in our community. It’s critical we stay alert and don’t become complacent about the public health practices that have proven toread more →