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  • Sections: Letters Published

    Positive preschool

    Dear Editor: Our family would like to give a heartfelt thanks to Waldkinder Preschool. read more →
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    Letter to the Roaring Fork Valley

    Dear Editor: It is a known fact that there is a wealth of very talented musicians in this valley of all genres. I wish to mention two classical groups here who recently gave amazing concerts. read more →
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    CMS tops Project Citizen

    Dear Editor: Two months ago a group of four students from Carbondale Middle School started their journey to a state wide competition in Denver. This idea started as a question: how can we best help the immigrant community in Carbondale? read more →
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    Keep ’em out

    Dear Editor: I propose we build a wall along our southern border. No, not the national border to keep out Mexicans, but Colorado’s southern border to keep out Texans. read more →
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    Beyond a shadow of a doubt

    Dear Editor: It is with great gratitude that we write this letter on behalf of Carbondale Middle School eighth-graders and their teachers to the many businesses in the valley that allowed students to gain an extremely memorable real-world experience in various careers on Friday, May 12th. read more →
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    Crystal Trail Conservancy

    Dear Editor: An advocacy group proposing appropriate and sustainable trail alignment in the Crystal River Valley was formally announced last week at the Crystal Caucus meeting in Redstone. read more →
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    Trump’s no friend to environment

    Dear Editor: The environment is deteriorating. This is not merely a popular opinion; this is a fact. The environment is deteriorating, and this is in large part due to human interaction with the environment. We have made a mess. read more →
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    Thank you Carbondale

    Dear Carbondale: Last week I was honored to attend the Colorado Creative Industries Summit in Breckenridge. I wasn't able to attend the summit in Carbondale much last year because I was on the Tiny DeTour which was happening in conjunction in the little park on Fourth and Main. read more →
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    Boat ramp gets spring cleaning

    Dear Editor: An 8:30am start, coffee, pastries, fruit, rock bars, loppers, pole saws, waders, willows, award-winning bread pudding and more. read more →
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    Fire thanks

    To Carbondale Fire Chief Ron Leach and Deputy Chief Rob Goodwin: I am so grateful to you and all your crew who responded so quickly to the fire at 858 Garfield on Thursday. read more →