Readers Say Thanks
We would like to thank the people of Parachute, Battlement Mesa and surrounding communities for all their support with the benefit dinner and silent auction for our precious granddaughter, Kayler Rose Mock. Thank you for the prayers, calls and cards of support. They helped us through her terrible ordeal.A special thank-you to Dan and Brenda Locker for all the extras they did for our family.Dawn-Marie MockTim FowkesParachute
We would like to thank all the parents and community members in Carbondale who helped make the first Salsa N’ Swing for the Schools a huge success at The Orchard. All funds raised were split evenly among Crystal River Elementary, Carbondale Middle, Roaring Fork High and Carbondale Community Schools. The event was made possible by amazing support from our generous title sponsors: Alpine Bank, Timbers Resorts, Wells Fargo Bank, Rainy Day Designs.Sponsors: Bethel Party Rentals, Moe’s Southwest Grill, Casa Beya Vacation Homes, White House Pizza, Third Street Center.Donors: Carbondale Beer Works, Sopris Liquor and Wine, Orrison Distributing, Synergy Fine Wines, Aspen Skiing Co., The Sky Hotel, Ski Service Center, Peppino’s, The Smithy, Phat Thai, The Pullman, Russetts, Tempranillo, El Horizonte, NAPA, Roaring Fork Co-op, Carbondale Car Care, ACE Hardware, Sunburst Car Care, La Perla, Aria Salon, Studio 2, Bellas & Bombshells Professional Makeup Artistry, Intentional Solutions, Bonfire Coffee, Carniceria, Mi Casita, City Market and Costco.Thanks again and look for the event next year even bigger and better.Mandy BrennanSalsa N’ Swing for the Schools Committee LeadsCarbondale
Working from home on the afternoon of Wednesday, Nov. 7, I received a knock on the door by a gentleman dressed in hunter orange. He asked for my husband, and as I went to respond that my husband, Eric, was up hunting, he proceeded to say, “Here, he may want this,” and handed me my husband’s wallet that he found near cow camp that day and was now returning. Out of shock and excitement, I expressed my gratitude profusely and asked if he had any luck hunting yet. He had not, so I wished him the best of luck and he was off. Thank you, kind sir, for being an all-around good person and fellow sportsman. I trust your act of kindness has brought something your way, and please know that we will be sure to pass your kindness on to the next person.Jennifer IsenhartNew Castle
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Richard Miller and Allison Marcus were sentenced to 45, days in jail, 1,500 hours of useful public service and $100,000 of restitution on June 30, 2019, as their sentence for starting the Lake Christine Fire the prior year. They have made significant strides in fulfilling their debt to society, according to the district attorney’s office.