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Historic Bayfield barn damaged by car crash

Kevin Aten, superintendent of the Bayfield School District, said it appears a driver did not hit the brakes before traveling 100 feet off the road and hitting a barn.

How has social distancing changed cohousing community in Southwest Colorado?

Heartwood residents physically distance themselves in March in the outdoor community space. Sandy Thomson, co-founder of Heartwood, said residents physically distance, not socially distance because community is a major aspect of their lifestyle.

How has social distancing changed cohousing community in Southwest Colorado?

Maria Miller and her son, Lincoln, pictured above, moved to the Heartwood Cohousing community a month ago so he could be free to explore the 365 acres of space on the property.

How has social distancing changed cohousing community in Southwest Colorado?

The Heartwood garden and greenhouses have been a major draw for new community members, said Sandy Thomson, co-founder of Heartwood. During the coronavirus pandemic, Heartwood has provided food security for its members and Pine River Shares.

How has social distancing changed cohousing community in Southwest Colorado?

At least a dozen Heartwood community members help Maria Miller move into her new house about a month ago.

How has social distancing changed cohousing community in Southwest Colorado?

Heartwood Cohousing, a development near Bayfield, has had to pull back on some communal activities because of the coronavirus, but residents say it remains a tight-knit community.

New ELHI director sees bright future for community center

As the new executive director of the ELHI Center in Ignacio, Allison Leath builds relationships with the other tenants, reports to the ELHI board of directors and manages the building’s maintenance.

New ELHI director sees bright future for community center

ELHI, or Education, Learning, Health and Inspiration, is a central hub for nonprofits, businesses and community groups in Ignacio.

Bayfield author draws ‘eerie’ similarities between 1918 and 2020

A massive fire in Cloquet, Minnesota, in October 1918 left the town in ruins. Dry conditions and sparks from the railroad caused the fire. It was the worst natural disaster in the history of Minnesota.

Bayfield author draws ‘eerie’ similarities between 1918 and 2020

Curt Brown says there are a lot of parallels between his book, “Minnesota 1918: When Flu, Fire and War Ravaged the State,” to the current times, including the coronavirus pandemic, the 416 Fire and racial unrest.
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