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  1. Toussaint column: Text messages make foils of us all

    In early summer, my friend Jae Gregory texted me to hurry to Lowe’s lest I miss the sale on “old-fashioned panties.” Perfect for the flowerpots on my deck! Hmm. Of course, Jae meant PANSIES. But...

  2. Senate hopefuls focus on Gardner, not Hickenlooper, in Aspen

    John Hickenlooper was not among the Senate candidates at the Pitkin County Democrats dinner event Thursday, but there was little doubting his presence was felt at the T-Lazy-7 Ranch venue. The former Colorado governor and...

  3. COGCC head sees chance for stronger local partnerships

    The man heading up the oil and gas rulemaking process in Colorado says he intends to develop a working relationship with Garfield County and other Western Slope governments as those rules play out. Colorado Oil...

  4. Glenwood’s Luke Gair walks on with Missouri football

    Luke Gair knew where he wanted to go for college and what he wanted to do in college dating back to his early childhood. Gair dreamed of not only studying at the University of Missouri,...

  5. Letter: Stand up for our forests

    I am writing in response to Molly Pitts’ Aug. 8 letter about the Forest Service’s proposal, under the Trump administration, to undermine our nation’s bedrock environmental law: The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). While Pitts...

  6. Equipment sparks hay fire on a Gypsum farm

    GYPSUM — Exhaust from a piece of farm equipment ignited a hay fire at the Walker Ranch in Gypsum late Thursday morning, sending up a pillar of smoke visible from Interstate 70 and spreading a...

  7. Letter: Have patience in cone zones

    Recently I helped with directing traffic for the Iron Man competition held in Boulder County. It got me thinking about safety issues when dealing with special events and emergency situations while I was trying to...

  8. Charles Robert “Bob” Coryell (April 27, 1936 — August 8, 2019)

    Charles Robert “Bob” Coryell was born April 27th, 1936, in Denver, Colorado. He passed away August 8th, 2019, after a brief but courageous battle with cancer. He is survived by his spouse Joan Coryell, children...

  9. Roaring Fork Schools capstones program a finalist for state education award

    Roaring Fork Schools’ capstones program for seniors, now entering its third year, is a finalist for the 2019 Colorado Succeeds’ Excellence in Education Innovation Award. The award recognizes what are considered innovative approaches to “developing...

  10. Carbondale may join Glenwood, Aspen in flavored tobacco product ban

    The town would join Aspen and Glenwood Springs in prohibiting flavored tobacco sales and licensing retailers.

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