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Your Morning News - November 28th, 2014

16 minutes ago

Sunlight Opens Early for Ski Season 

Sunlight Mountain will be officially open for turns today. The area just outside Glenwood Springs is dropping  ropes early.

Sunlight was planning on opening next week, but decided to get going sooner thanks to Mother Nature’s generous amounts of snow. Jennie Spillane is Marketing Manager.

Your Evening News - November 27th, 2014

14 hours ago

Food Help Could Be Extended in the Valley 

It’s been a busy fall for food banks in the Roaring Fork Valley. Coordinated by a nonprofit called Lift Up, volunteers put together holiday baskets for residents in need.

Kim Loving is Executive Director of the Rifle based organization which services communities from Parachute to Aspen. She says more than nine hundred families signed up to have a basket delivered over the last few weeks—or later in the holidays.

Your Morning News - November 27th, 2014

18 hours ago

More Employed in the Second Quarter in Colorado

There were a lot more Coloradans working during the second quarter this year than previously thought. That's according to new job numbers released by the Colorado department of labor and employment.

The agency compares the actual number of jobs to previous estimates... And after double checking jobs held in April, May, and June, officials say there were big jumps in workers, especially in the trades, transportation, and utilities sectors.

Your Evening News - November 26th, 2014

Nov 26, 2014

CDOT Extends Glenwood Bridge Comment Period 

If you have an opinion about the new Grand Avenue Bridge, now there’s another month to let officials know. The Colorado Department of Transportation has extended the comment period for the Glenwood Springs project.

CDOT has gotten a lot of feedback already about the proposal...specifically the Environmental Assessment released at the beginning of the month. Spokeswoman Tracy Truelove says at a recent public hearing, some people were asking for more time to consider the bridge replacement.

It's a special hour long CrossCurrents. This week, the Ebola outbreak with Dr. Ann Mass and Aspenite and Doctors Without Borders volunteer Frank Peters who just returned from two months in Liberia.

About Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF):

We help people worldwide where the need is greatest, delivering emergency medical aid to people affected by conflict, epidemics, disasters or exclusion from health care.

doctorswithoutborders.org

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