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    C’dale Fire mill levy renewed in a landslide

    Carbondale and Rural Fire Protection District will get three more years at their current property tax level, if preliminary election results are any guide. Voters across the district’s three counties came out almost two to one in favor of measure 4C, with 1,421 votes for and 796 against. read more →
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    Unofficial election results

    Unofficial preliminary results are trickling in for the 2017 coordinated election, according to county websites and clarityelections.com. read more →
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    For CMC, no Gallagher loophole

    Ballot Issue 4B, which would have authorized the Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees to increase its mill levy to offset revenue losses in the event of a Gallagher-mandated tax assessment rate decrease, has apparently failed. The preliminary results, which totaled at 32,334 votes, show a 47 to 53 percent defeat for the measure. read more →
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    Slew of accidents clog Highway 82

    At least one person was hospitalized followed series of back-to-back accidents on Highway 82 near Catherine Store that left midvalley first responders scrambling Monday night. read more →
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    Bridges High School truly gets a space of its own

    As Bridges High School prepares to celebrate its 20th anniversary from 4 to 7 p.m. Nov. 3, it will also be showing off a newly renovated space tailored specifically to its needs.Roaring Fork School District’s alternative to a traditional high school experience was originally housed in the old Glenwood Springs Middle School (now a wing of the high school) and held only in the evening. Throughout the years, it also used space at Colorado Mountain College on Blake Avenue; the district’s career center; Roaring Fork High School and what is now Third Street Center before finally moving into the old Carbondale Middle School building between Weant Boulevard, Third Street and Sopris Avenue. read more →
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    New work by Victoria Broyles displayed at Main Street Gallery

    Main Street Gallery is pleased to present a group of beautiful new paintings by Carbondale artist Victoria Broyles. Though her subjects vary, she focuses primarily on the beautiful landscapes and river valleys of the western Colorado mountains near her home, occasionally adding people and animals for interest. She is also an accomplished still-life and portrait artist working with oil on canvas or panel or with charcoal. read more →
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    The perks of being unbarred from cell service

    It happens to many of us as we shoot past the fish hatchery on Highway 133: that deep, relaxing breath many of us take as we motor upvalley into the land of the unplugged. Up ahead, the horizon is wide, embraced by familiar peaks brushing blue skies. Green pastures flood the valley floor. Cottonwood and willow flow with the gentle tumble of the Crystal River and irrigation ditches. Their clear yellow tops mingle with the jewel tones of the landscape, a dazzling tapestry billowing across the skirts of Sopris. read more →
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    Pages of the Past: Let the music play

    Nov. 5, 1987: The Roaring Fork High School marching band made it to the championship round at the state competition in Pueblo. In what Band Director Dave Funk caled “the best performance I’ve ever seen from the kids,” the played excerpts from James Bond themes like “Dr. No,” “From Russia with Love” and “Live and Let Die.” read more →
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    RFHS boys soccer team heads to quarterfinals

    The Roaring Fork High School soccer boys are deep into their best season in recent memory, leaving higher ranked teams in their wake as they ascend through the playoffs. So far in the 3A tournament, the Rams handily defeated the Aurora West College Prep Academy on Oct. 26 and The Academy on Oct. 31, both 2-0 on the opponent’s turf. read more →
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    Solar Rollers, from Carbondale to Dubai

    The emails tend to start around 10 p.m. and keep coming for several more hours. Even though he’s back home in Carbondale and still feeling the jet lag, Solar Rollers executive director Noah Davis’s international work isn’t quite finished. “Our equipment crate is still stuck in Dubai, so we’re doing all kinds of international customs clearance stuff to get everything sent back,” he said of his most recent endeavors. “It’s all lots of electronics and weird things, so we’ve talked to a lot of security people at airports.” Those “weird things” include SunPower solar cells, sheets of carbon fiber, motors and speed controllers, among other equipment likely not common for a customs agent’s review. read more →