Basalt

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    Escaping into art

    “Dan came with the gallery,” Ann Korologos teases, referring to accomplished local painter Dan Young. Long before purchasing The Basalt Gallery from its retiring owners in 2007, Korologos counted several of Young’s paintings among her personal collection. Some years earlier, she introduced 20 of Young’s paintings to Europe,read more →

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    Live music returns at TACAW

    By Myki Jones

    The Arts Campus at Willits (TACAW) is returning live music to the people. The first of many live outdoor shows at the nonprofit venue took place on July 10 with Ecuador/Denver-based indie artist Neoma performing a lively set to a fullread more →

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    Katelyn Maley wins at state

    Last Saturday, at the state track and field championships at Jefferson County Stadium in Lakewood, Basalt High School (BHS) sophomore Katelyn Maley won the girls’ 1,600-meter race in Class 3A.

    Maley’s events at state began on Thursday with a Longhorns third-place finish in the 3A girls’read more →

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    Basalt Report: Redevelopment proposed for long-vacant building

    By Todd Hartley

    A big rumor about a hot topic in downtown Basalt was quietly confirmed at Tuesday night’s Basalt Town Council meeting, but anyone tuning in late to the proceedings is likely to have missed it.

    “We should make sure people are aware that,read more →

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    Council approves condo purchase

    By Todd Hartley

    Health, both the COVID-related kind and the fiscal kind, took center stage at Tuesday night’s Basalt Town Council meeting, and while nothing is changing just yet on the COVID front, the outlook couldn’t be much sunnier on the town’s balance-sheet side. 

    People in Basalt… read more →

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    Entrepreneurs bring fresh vitality to the Mid-Valley

    By Betina Infante

    Sopris Sun Correspondent

    Adriana Liechti, aka Dri, moved to Basalt determined to build a business that would help other entrepreneurs, and be part of a community that thrives by supporting one another. A lofty goal, but after a few years in the valley, Dri… read more →

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    RFHS athletes shine no matter what colors they wear 

    Despite not having hosted its own sports teams this first special season (declared by Colorado High School Activities Association [CHSAA] as ‘season A’) Roaring Fork student-athletes joined other nearby teams so they could still compete. 

    Four girls from Roaring Fork High School (RFHS) joined Basalt’s Varsity… read more →