up bear creek
Around the Cone BUD’S ICE CREAM … I find myself reading obituaries a lot lately. It’s not really morbid. Just where I’m at. Focused on providing comfort, not a cure, for my dad as his life winds to...
This week columnist Art Goodtimes spans everything from living in dangerous times to the possibility of a suspended national election to the wonderful world of chocolate.
Columnist Goodtimes on preparing for a belt synching in the county as well as an effort to save the Paradox Valley.
Columnist Art Gootimes remembers the legacy of Doris Ruffe.
Goodtimes ponders hidden subsidies.
The gateway to Telluride will remain wild and free after a momentous Supreme Court decision.
Vince Bontempi, Art Goodtimes’s father, was recently honored for his work with the National Association of Letter Carriers.
Columnist Goodtimes digs up more on West End mining
The earthquake that devastated portions of China is recounted by an old friend of columnist Art Goodtimes.
A uranium boom could be heading for the West End. How will it affect the region?
What year is this really? Calculating from the time of first human occupation in North America, it’s roughly 15,008, according to columnist Art Goodtimes.
Being out in California temporarily, providing hospice care for my dad (88) in his suburban home, has proven an interesting lesson in what it means to love one’s country.
Reversing roles with one’s parents, becoming the care giver, is something many of us will experience, as is columnist Art Goodtimes. He currently is in California caring for his ailing father.
Goodtimes reflects on poetry, language – and energy!
Talking Gourds has joined with the library to host a wild poetry slam event, with Day Acoli as emcee.
I say good-bye to Club 20.
GO ORGANIC ... A survey by the Hartmann Group found that half of consumers bought organic food at a specialty food store in 2005, up from fewer than a third in 2000.
For years, two intrepid cultural ambassadors from the North Fork of the Gunnison, from a mesa studio/home and gardens overlooking Paonia, Tara Miller and Sam Brown have been traveling down to South...
Jim Stiles, who runs the wildly idiosyncratic and delightfully iconoclastic monthly Zephyr over in Moab, is worried about the Republic.
Right now, there’s one operating mill in the U.S. over in Utah, across the border near Blanding, but it doesn’t have the capacity to process much more yellowcake than it’s currently handling.