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  1. About 2,500 tax refunds totaling $2.1 million delivered to Basalt property owners

    The property tax overcharge refunds are in the hands of Basalt residents. A new civic organization is cranking up its campaign to have recipients contribute some or all of their refunds to the Basalt Gives effort to benefit midvalley-serving...

  2. Op-ed: Thompson Divide should be protected.

    A couple of weeks ago, we had the pleasure of attending a gathering of communities from both sides of McClure Pass in a show of unity for protecting our shared public lands from disruptive new...

  3. PREP ROUNDUP: Coal Ridge volleyball wins third straight league title; Glenwood soccer falls to Battle Mountain

    On the road Tuesday night for a 3A Western Slope League battle with the Delta Panthers, the Coal Ridge Titans’ girls volleyball team seized the opportunity to win yet another league championship, topping the Panthers...

  4. Soto, Nationals top Cole, Astros 5-4 in World Series opener

    HOUSTON — Juan Soto and the Washington Nationals quickly derailed the Cole Express. A 20-year-old prodigy with a passion for the big moment, Soto homered onto the train tracks high above the left field wall...

  5. Halloween melds with history at this fall yard of the month

    Look for the Tin Scarecrow at 2418 Blake Ave. to enjoy a front porch and yard decorated festively for fall and Halloween. Paul and Mary Anne Taylor’s log home was built in 1948 by Mary...

  6. Alice May Johnson-Jones (April 6, 1931 — October 16, 2019)

    Alice May Johnson-Jones, born April 6, 1931, to Elmer George & Nettie Pearl Johnson in Rifle, Colorado. At home, surrounded by family, she passed away peacefully October 16, 2019. She married Thomas William Jones August...

  7. Death Notice: Reno Kelley Cerise

    Reno Kelley Cerise, 85, of Basalt, Colorado, passed away peacefully on October 22, 2019. Reno is survived by his wife Marilyn of 56 years and his children Beth, David, Alan and John. A viewing will...

  8. Roaring Fork district’s Stein in line for 4.5% pay raise, one-year contract extension

    Since taking the helm in 2016, Roaring Fork Schools Superintendent Rob Stein has not accepted a pay raise even though his contract called for a cost of living adjustment same as other district employees.

  9. Letter: Yes on Proposition CC for better schools

    A stable staff of experienced teachers is the single best path to a strong and effective school system. But an oddity of Colorado law has limited our budgets for decades. Despite the state’s strong economy,...

  10. Letter: Mary Axelson is the choice for CMC

    Mary Axelson has dedicated her career to student success, teaching, learning and mentoring. Mary understands and has always demonstrated the need for accountability. Her passion was knowing that her students succeeded, and that Colorado Mountain...

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