Colorado floods http://aspenpublicradio.org en ETA for Amtrak Train Service Unknown; Busses Continue http://aspenpublicradio.org/post/eta-amtrak-train-service-unknown-busses-continue <p><span style="line-height: 1.5;">Officials are pushing to rebuild the Front Range after devastating floods That includes a direct line to the Roaring Fork Valley&hellip; a railroad line, that is. Tracks west of Denver were washed out-- and that means changes for Amtrak service to Glenwood Springs. Aspen Public Radio&rsquo;s Elise Thatcher has more.</span></p><p></p> Mon, 07 Oct 2013 03:16:35 +0000 Elise Thatcher 8488 at http://aspenpublicradio.org ETA for Amtrak Train Service Unknown; Busses Continue Recent Rains Boost Rivers to Flows Normally Seen in Spring http://aspenpublicradio.org/post/recent-rains-boost-rivers-flows-normally-seen-spring <p></p><p><span style="line-height: 1.5;">The beginning of this week has brought an unusual amount of moisture to the Roaring Fork Valley. Mountains were dusted with snow and rains lifted river levels to flows usually seen in the Spring. Sarah Johnson with the Roaring Fork Conservancy says flows on rivers like the Crystal are dramatically higher than they were this time last year. Aspen Public Radio's Marci Krivonen spoke with her on Monday.</span></p><p></p> Tue, 24 Sep 2013 15:46:52 +0000 Marci Krivonen 7931 at http://aspenpublicradio.org Recent Rains Boost Rivers to Flows Normally Seen in Spring