up bear creek
Goodtimes discusses recent archeological finds, the passing of Midge Carriere and former U.S. Forest Service regional forester Rick Cables’ new position in this week’s “Up Bear Creek.”
Remembering Michael Johnson…some political endorsements…some caveats…
A darn respectable potato crop, outlaw poets and a new nickname courtesy of wild horse advocates.
Having been through energy’s boom and bust more than once, there seems to be a new spirit in the air at the Western Slope’s queen city.
Thoughts on the first issue of The Community Catalyst and why Goodtimes must ship his horns and trident back to the factory.
‘Thank you for all your many contributions to our community, Dora. You will be missed.’
A report from the Headwaters Conference
Thoughts on the film festival, a book for the prurient and a lost purse, eh, pouch in the Bear Creek Basin.
Welcome to the Telluride Film Festival, where the whole mountain town goes madly cinematic.
There are many mushroom gatherings around the country, some older than Telluride’s. But none is as celebratory as Shroomfest.
Mushrooms, Tea Party follies and a Tim DeChristopher defense fund are all a part of this week’s Up Bear Creek.
Watch columnist Art Goodtimes on the death of Peter Berg…The loss of the U.S. Postal Service in rural communities and our addiction to debt.
Help is needed for upcoming mushroom festival…a fitting tribute to the late Gordon Glockson.
‘I’ve tried to work through regional, state and national county advocacy groups and, both as a Green and a San Miguel County citizen, I’ve not been impressed.’
Each summer I look forward to traveling with my youngest son. It’s the high point of the non-school year for both of us.
Another Rainbow Gathering…More Green stuff…How about a carbon tax?
Lyrical expression from one of the Southwest’s great visionaries.
The cockroach that got away and other memories from the 70s…Have pancakes with Third Congressional District candidate Sal Pace this weekend…
Saying goodbye to the LaChapelle home in Silverton…The joys of rafting on the San Miguel…
I’ve been darn impressed by Don and his wife Dianna. They like to say the “R” behind their name stands for “Rural” and I’m a believer.