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    Giving and beer works

    Beer and good food make for a great time. Giving back to the community also feels great. Carbondale Beer Works (CBW) combines the two to make a concoction truly satisfying.

    Patrice Fuller bought CBW in 2016 and has used her foothold in the community to help nonprofits fundraise,… read more →

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    Ball brewing pours a dram of history into your glass

    Take a sip, and you’ll realize this is something different. Just a few miles down Highway 82, a new taproom is reaping and sharing the benefits of an unexpected windfall.

    The phrase “heirloom” — whether seeds or hops, which are essential to brew beer — haveread more →

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    Climbing ephemeral ice in Redstone

    A half hour into our hike up a dry but snowy creek bed, ducking under fallen trees and scrambling up icy chutes, I begin to doubt whether the forest closing in on us will actually disclose an ice wall worthy of climbing.

    Without Mike Schneiter,read more →

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    Wearing many hats at Green is the New Black

    Update: Green is the New Black has been delayed until November. 

    Josie Castaldo sees herself as a communal artist, not an individual one.

    As such, Carbondale’s quirky fashion extravaganza is a perfect chance for her to get creative.

    “I have this really

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    Norwood designs with purpose

    Update: Green is the New Black has been delayed until November. 

    Rochelle Norwood’s Africana designs are featured in the upcoming 12th annual Green is the New Black Fashion Extravaganza.

    Her introduction to Africa came 16years ago when she was dancing with the African Dance Ensemble ,

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    Earthy tones debut at fashion show

    Update: Green is the New Black has been delayed until November. 

    It’s a dress, no it’s a skirt… it’s alive! Valley resident Yoli LaGuerre is bringing a new line of fashion to Green is the New Black and it is about as raw as it can get. She specializes…

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    Meet the candidates for Carbondale Police Chief

    One of these men will take over from longtime Chief Gene Schilling in the fall after having a chance to spend the summer working with the current leadership.

    The public will have its first opportunity to connect with them in person in an open house  from 6… read more →

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    Get ready for spring sports

    Update: The Colorado High School Activities Association has delayed all sporting competitions until April.

    It’s that time of year again. Snow melts, flowers start to bloom, trees sprout new leaves, and school athletic fields see young athletes popping up all over.

    Roaring Fork High School Athletic

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    Marble Distilling offers alcohol-free night for teens

    Do you remember ever thinking as a kid, “Gee I wish me and my friends had a place to go this Saturday night — it’s just not fair.” If you grew up in a small town like Carbondale chances are it crossed your mind. Well, the management ofread more →

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    It’s not your mother’s 4-H

    Some organizations fall behind as the world changes, but not 4-H. As technology advances, the 120-year-old nonprofit has kept up with the needs of participants, including robotics, information technology and ever-evolving methods and data in agriculture.

    But, that’s not to say the role of agriculture isread more →