9:00am

Mon April 7, 2014
Non-Profit in the Spotlight

Non-Profit in the Spotlight: Aspen Journalism, Part 2

Aspen Journalism might be young, only into its 4th year, but the non-profit organization has already established itself in the valley's media family. What sets Aspen Journalism apart from the daily newspapers, news channels and public radio stations is the dedication of time and resources into the stories produced. Founder and Director, Brent Gardner-Smith explains why the organization puts such an emphasis on in-depth reporting and the key topics the organization focuses on. Board President, Tim McFlynn, also contributes. 

Visit the Aspen Journalism website to learn more:

www.AspenJournalism.org

6:00am

Mon April 7, 2014
State

State Legislature: Bill Would Make 10th Mountain Division License Plate Charitable

The 10th Mountain Division commemorative license plate could become a charity plate under a new law. It gets a vote in the Senate on Monday.
Credit State of Colorado/Department of Revenue

Lawmakers in Denver will vote on a bill Monday that would raise money for the 10th Mountain Division Foundation. The legislation would charge an extra fee for the 10th Mountain Division specialty license plate. After sailing through the House, the bill is getting a re-vote in the Senate. Aspen Public Radio's Marci Krivonen reports.

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3:28pm

Fri April 4, 2014
Valley Roundup

Valley Roundup - April 4th, 2014

Good afternoon and welcome to Valley Roundup, a review of the week’s top news stories in Aspen and beyond.  

Joining us today are Michael Miracle of Aspen Sojourner magazine and Andy Stone from the Aspen Times.

This week, a discussion of wealth and the widening income gap in Aspen.  Some fear there will soon be no middle.

Young people in Aspen face a tough road to becoming old Aspenites.  A new survey shows housing, wages and business opportunities are barriers to Aspen’s Next Generation

Also Aspen begins talking about raising the city’s lodging tax.

On the Download with Rob St. Mary its spring and time to talk baseball, pot and poetry.

9:41pm

Thu April 3, 2014
APR Local News

Film Takes a Closer Look at 10th Mountain Division

Soldiers in the 10th Mountain Division.
Credit Climb to Glory

During World War II, one of this country’s secret weapons was a group of hardy outdoorsmen known as the 10th Mountain Division. Many of its veterans went on to pioneer the US ski industry as we know it. Now, there’s a film that takes a closer look at what the soldiers went through, and later accomplished. 

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3:32pm

Thu April 3, 2014
Mountain Edition

Mountain Edition - April 3rd, 2014

Defense attorneys in the Nancy Pfister case are digging through lots of evidence.

Spring snow showers have boosted snowpack to above-average levels and forecasts are calling for high river flows this spring.

A Western Slope lawmaker is proposing Colorado get its own firefighting fleet of airplanes and helicopters.

And, wildfire is on the minds of local officials who are planning ahead after devastating fires in recent years, on the Front Range.

Suicide is getting attention in the Aspen community, after several deaths this winter.

And, we have some fun with what could be the Upper Valley’s first home inspired hybrid.

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