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    Mountain Fair tops Woodstock

    Dear Editor: “Three days of fun and music and nothing but fun and music.” That’s how Max Yasgur described the Woodstock music festival he hosted on his farm in 1969. If that’s all it was, Carbondale’s Mountain Fair last weekend surpassed it by far. read more →
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    Streetscape a waste of money

    Dear Editor: I’m hoping that someone, anyone, can kindly point out any redeeming features of our new streetscape on 3rd Street. read more →
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    Mountain Fairy volunteers

    Dead Editor: A volunteer is essentially a fairy: “a mythical being of folklore and romance usually having diminutive human form and magic powers.” Here in Carbondale our fairy volunteers come in all shapes, sizes, ages and forms. read more →
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    Protect railroad history

    Dear Editor: Railroad history in the West reflects our history, as a nation, as individuals with dreams and with courage, and as communities with a significant place in that history. read more →
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    Brevity

    Dear Editor: Save the Free and Open Internet read more →
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    Plenty to do here

    Dear Editor: Thursday, June 1 and Friday, June 2 were big days in Carbondale. Thursday was the annual Art Walk. Attendees were led up and down Main Street to see the numerous artworks in town, many of which I’ve never noticed before. read more →
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    Sheriff DiSalvo’s honesty

    Dear Editor: I believe Pitkin County Sheriff Joe DiSalvo is the first law enforcement officer I have heard describe the federal immigration crackdown as what it is: blatant racism. read more →
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    Carbondale Circulator possibilities

    Dear Editor: The point of this letter is to get some light shined on our policy that we believe is a great idea for this small but amazing town. Our policy is meant to expand the circulator bus route in order to get people closer to their desired destinations because, not everyone just wants to go to Main Street. read more →
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    Excellence at RFHS

    Dear Editor: Kudos to the students, teachers, and administrators at Roaring Fork High in Carbondale. It is time that the school’s reputation catches up with its excellent reality. read more →
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    Serving the forest

    Dear Editor: Framing a response about Representative Scott Tipton’s Forest Management and Water Rights’ missive is tricky. read more →