• Locations: Columns Published

    The Why and The What of historic preservation

    By Eric Doud
    Carbondale’s Historic Preservation Commission

    The Why
    Carbondale’s age and location provides an opportunity to develop as a destination for heritage tourism, one of the strongest areas of growth in Colorado’s economy. Studies have shown that the strength of local historic preservation can be directly linked… read more →

  • Locations: News Published

    Eighth Street plan moves to Trustees

    Fourteen months after the town of Carbondale contracted Alta Planning and Design (Alta) to redesign Eighth Street between Village Road and Main Street, Trustees will have the opportunity to approve a plan at their next regular meeting on April 13.
    According to Public Works Director Kevin Schorzman, the… read more →

  • Locations: Español Published

    Pintando con Orgullo

    Traducción por Dolores Duarte

    Al pasar por el centro recreativo de Carbondale, notarás una colorida adición a la acera, una bandera del Orgullo, cortesía de Hannah Miller, residente de Carbondale y estudiante de último año de la Basalt High School (BHS).

    Esto forma parte del proyecto Capstone de Miller, un… read more →

  • Locations: Español Published

    Resumen: el caso de Michael Francisco en Carbondale

    Traducción por Jacquelinne Castro

    Michael Francisco es un residente de la ciudad de Carbondale quien ha trabajado en el City Market de Aspen desde que empezó la pandemia. Previamente se dedicaba a trabajar con estudiantes de necesidades especiales y estudiantes de inglés como segundo idioma a través del distrito escolar… read more →

  • Locations: News Published

    A caboose comes to Carbondale

    A caboose, you say? Here in Carbondale? Well, yes, right behind the big yellow house at the corner of 3rd and Capitol. So how did that get here and when? It’s a good story, but first …

    The house
    According to a survey of historic structures put out by… read more →

  • Locations: Español Published

    Nueve negocios desplazados por reconstrucción en C'dale

    Traducción por Jacquelinne Castro

    Redondeando un año de desafíos sin precedente, nueve negocios en Carbondale recibieron un último aviso el 7 de enero pidiéndoles desocupar sus espacios para finales de febrero — o antes. Planes para remodelar el Sopris Shopping Center, construido en 1963, habían sido comunicado a los inquilinos… read more →

  • Mindfulness Retreat ~ Bringing Our Innate Goodness into the New Year


    John Bruna and Laura Bartels will offer this new year’s retreat with the focus of bringing our innate goodness into this new year. This online retreat will include a dedication to establishing and cultivating the foundational meditation practice of shamatha (calm abiding) meditation and taking time to reflect and clarify…

  • Locations: News Published

    Year in review 2020 — a year apart

    Although it started before and will continue after, COVID-19 has defined 2020. The relative normalcy of January and February feels distant and alien now, and events that would once have defined the year — such as the Grizzly Creek Fire — seem almost like footnotes.
    The virus… read more →

  • Locations: News Published

    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 →

  • Locations: News Published

    Town tweaks liquor distancing rules

    The Town will now allow restaurant liquor licenses — but not liquor stores — within 500 feet of school property.

    The Dec. 8 trustee decision was a bit of a departure from the staff proposal to tackle issues with the City Market complex’s proximity to a Colorado Rocky Mountain School… read more →