Colorado Gun Laws en Mountain Edition - June 19th, 2014 <p>Good afternoon and welcome to Mountain Edition.</p><p>There were surprising new developments this week in an Aspen murder case. We’ll have the latest.</p><p>The Pitkin County Commissioners approve a stop-gap measure to prevent mega events in environmentally sensitive areas. A huge wedding on the back of Aspen mountain prompted the move.</p><p>In Aspen Governor Hickenlooper apologizes to law enforcement for mistakes made with the state’s new gun laws.</p><p>Several sheriffs in Aspen for a conference are concerned about legal marijuana.</p><p>And, employers are figuring out pot and drug policies for workers.</p><p>Finally, we check in with newly insured locals who purchased health insurance plans through the state exchange.</p><p>That’s all coming up on Mountain Edition... right now.</p><p> Thu, 19 Jun 2014 21:27:00 +0000 Marci Krivonen & Elise Thatcher 20290 at Mountain Edition - June 19th, 2014 Governor Apologizes for Gun Law Mistakes <p></p><p> &nbsp;As the campaigning for governor heats up, Governor Hickenlooper is facing lingering anger over new gun regulations he signed in to law. &nbsp;Last week, on a visit to Aspen, Hickenlooper faced some of his toughest critics over the new laws; county sheriffs. Fifty-six of them have sued the governor to rescind the gun restrictions. &nbsp;</p><p> Mon, 16 Jun 2014 03:15:17 +0000 Elise Thatcher 20063 at Governor Apologizes for Gun Law Mistakes Valley Roundup - June 13th, 2014 <p>Welcome to Valley Roundup, a review of the week’s top news stories in Aspen and beyond.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p><p>Joining us today are Curtis Wackerle from the Aspen Daily News, Michael Miracle from Aspen Sojourner magazine and fresh off several weeks of vacation, Andy Stone from the Aspen Times.</p><p>A massive wedding planned for tomorrow in Little Annie Basin is drawing fire around town for being too big, too intrusive and too insensitive to neighbors</p><p>Colorado County Sheriffs are in town this week for a conference.&nbsp; Most don’t share Pitkin County Sheriff Jo DiSalvo’s views on guns or marijuana.</p><p>Also this week, more thoughts about Aspen’s new lodging incentives.</p><p>And a lively discussion about school shootings and gun rights.</p><p>Its all on this week’s Valley Roundup.</p><p> Fri, 13 Jun 2014 21:27:00 +0000 Roger Adams 19993 at Valley Roundup - June 13th, 2014 Valley Roundup - December 6th, 2013 <p>Welcome to Valley Roundup, for Friday 12-6-2013, a review of the week’s top news stories in the Roaring Fork Valley and beyond.&nbsp; Andy Stone and Curtis Wackerle join us this week.&nbsp;</p><p>Downvalley some residents of a trailer park in Basalt who are facing relocation have organized to take the issue public</p><p>Garfield county Sheriff Lou Valerio says his fight with the state over new gun laws will continue</p><p>Aspen gets vocal about snow polo and the Aspen School District scrambles to fill a 2.9 million dollar budget shortfall.</p><p>On the Download with Rob St. Mary, a moving tribute to a young Colorado artist who died last month in Ouray.</p><p>Its all on today’s Valley Roundup.</p><p> Fri, 06 Dec 2013 22:27:00 +0000 Rob St. Mary 11237 at Valley Roundup - December 6th, 2013 Show Me...Not <p><span style="line-height: 1.5;"><strong>In the months</strong> since Colorado’s new gun laws have been in effect the number of concealed carry permits has grown.&nbsp; Nearly 150 thousand people are legally allowed to carry a concealed weapon. Despite strong feelings about guns, both pro and con, what hasn’t increased are complaints lodged against people legally carrying guns. &nbsp;Aspen Public Radio's Roger Adams reports.</span></p><p></p> Wed, 30 Oct 2013 18:02:08 +0000 Roger Adams 9576 at Show Me...Not