Will Sardinsky

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    Cottonwood Pass’ limited potential

    By James Steindler

    With increased closures on I-70, folks traveling between Gypsum and Glenwood Springs wrestle with where to turn when they can’t take the main thoroughfare through the canyon. Locals on both sides resorted to traversing Cottonwood Pass but were accompanied by large semis andread more →

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    Local farm aspires to global impact

    By Will Sardinsky

    Glimpses of bright, reflective ribbon shine out from between dense masses of green at the Wild Mountain Seeds greenhouse. These silver and neon orange ribbons are strung around plants that look healthy, green and bear a robust fruit. Around the flagged plants, others wilt and… read more →

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    Decolonizing Ilex vomitoria

    By Will Sardinsky

    From examining the names of streets and professional sports teams, to reconsidering what statues are displayed in public, the U.S. has arrived at a historical reckoning point. The colonial narratives of our past undoubtedly left their mark on the present and now theread more →

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    Commissioners visit site of proposed Ascendigo Ranch

    The Garfield County Commissioners’ visit to Ascendigo Autism Services’ site for a The Garfield County Commissioners’ visit to Ascendigo Autism Services’ site for a proposed summer camp saw over 50 people in attendance on Tuesday, May 18. The proposal includes some 42,000 square feet of constructions across 126.8 acres belonging… read more →

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    Glassblowing at CRMS refined by expertise

    By Will Sardinsky

    José Chardiet glances through purple tinted glasses, checking on the molten-orange blob of viscous glass dangling off a metal rod. The blob twirls in sync as his lean arms push and pull. Studio assistant Martin Gerdin gathers more glass on another metal rod, movingread more →

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    Cuidando los gatos

    Por Will Sardinsky

    Traducción por Dolores Duarte

    Little One extendió su pata, con las garras saliendo por su pelaje marrón atigrado, hasta que se apoyó momentáneamente en la mano derecha extendida de Keira Clark. Keira apretó el dispositivo que descansaba en su mano izquierdaread more →