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Valley Roundup - October 2nd 201410/03/15
One of Randy’s editorials has gone viral-- at least locally. It has to do with the term “anchor babies.”
Defunding Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains
Aspen Public Radio’s Alycin Bektesh investigates what the loss of federal assistance to the Glenwood Springs Planned Parenthood location would mean for...
UPDATED: State Patrol names Glenwood Springs hit and run...
The Colorado State Patrol has identified a Glenwood Springs man killed in a hit and run earlier this week on Interstate 70.
Special Broadcast: The Economic Impact of Legal Marijuana
After the screening of Rolling Papers during the 2015 Aspen Film Fest, Aspen Film artistic director Maggie Mackay led a panel discussion with the film's...
Carbondale cat committee continues hashing it out
Carbondale residents and officials are continuing to try to herd in the cats that are allegedly killing birds in the area. Mary Harris is worried that...
Basalt takes early steps towards lowering affordable...
Basalt is considering lowering affordable housing requirements for developers. Town officials have taken a step towards reducing the required number of...
Cross Currents - Changing Brains, Changing Lives
The Changing Brains, Changing Lives symposium will explore the neuroscience of the developing brain.
How important are ski films to the snowsport industry?...
Ahead of ski season, The Meeting is returning to to Aspen for its 11th year. The event starts tomorrow and features the latest ski and snowboard films...
Basalt tries to reassure residents about Pan and Fork
Basalt Town Council members want residents to know they haven’t made up their minds about the Pan and Fork land. Council members passed a formal...
Local libraries highlight "challenged" books during Banned...
Libraries around the Roaring Fork Valley have on display this week books like The Kite Runner and The Bluest Eye. These works made the top ten list in...
UPDATE: Fallen Christiana Peak climber identified
UPDATE: 9/29/2015 9:05 p.m. The body of Travis Boyle, 41, of Union, Kentucky was recovered by Mountain Rescue Aspen Tuesday afternoon. Boyle and two...
"Next Generation" group looks to create mentorship program
A group that advocates for young people wants to create a mentorship program they say would grow Aspen’s economy. The Aspen Next Generation Commission...
Pilot, passenger healing well after plane crash
Two men are recovering well after a plane crash in the Roaring Fork Valley on Sunday. Pilot Benoit de la Vaissiere was flying with a friend, when he...
Little Libraries are a big hit
“Little Libraries” recently stationed at RFTA bus stops are so popular that the free-book program will continue indefinitely.
First Draft - Elissa Schappell
Elissa Schappell is an American novelist, short story writer, editor and essayist. Her first book of fiction, Use Me a collection of ten linked short...
Advocates collecting signatures, support for Pan & Fork...
There’s two efforts in Basalt to gather support for how to use the Pan and Fork parcel. “We want this one of a kind riverfront property to include a...
Reaching the second homeowner proves difficult when it...
Tactics to safeguard mountain resort communities against wildfire are improving but educating residents is still a hurdle. Wildfire officials gathered...
Valley VW dealer: we’ll do everything to help our customers
The Volkswagen and Audi dealership in Glenwood Springs says it’ll do everything it can to help customers. We have this look at what the international...
Basalt Market blooms in its fifth year
This Sunday is the final week of the 2015 Basalt Market.
Public can weigh in on airport development
Aspen Pitkin County Airport Director John Kinney is meeting with the public in a series of coffee chats to talk about the facility’s development plans.
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