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Non-Profit in the Spotlight
9:00 am
Mon May 12, 2014

Non-Profit in the Spotlight: Carbondale Clay Center, Part 2

Jill Oberman, Executive Director, Alex Knipe, ceramicist and teacher, and Diane Keanie, Founding Director, all of the Carbondale Clay Center, discuss the importance of art. The Center is an important institution in the Carbondale art scene. The center offers classes, residencies, a gallery space, private lessons, and drop-in workshops for all ages and ability levels. The center is open to everyone and aims to help foster creativity and get people excited to get their hands dirty. 

Visit www.CarbondaleClay.org to learn more about the Carbondale Clay Center's programs and how you can get your hands muddy. 

Aspen to Central America
5:00 am
Mon May 12, 2014

On The Road: Looking Deep

Credit Skippy Mesirow

11:00am, Wednesday May 2nd - Teotihuacan to 10:00pm, Thursday May 3rd - Oaxaca.

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APR Local News
12:41 pm
Fri May 9, 2014

Health Insurance Premiums Could Go Down Next Year.

Colorado Insurance Commissioner Marguerite Salazar.
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    Starting next year, residents in Pitkin, Eagle, and Garfield county could pay less for health insurance. State Insurance officials decided Friday to change how insurance companies come up with monthly premium prices. But the state’s top insurance official says that won’t get to the root of the problem.

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Valley Roundup
12:35 pm
Fri May 9, 2014

Valley Roundup - May 9th, 2014

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

Joining us today are Curtis Wackerle, Managing Editor of the Aspen Daily News and Andy Stone, former editor of and now columnist for the Aspen Times.

A public comment period on oil and gas leasing in and around the Thompson Divide closes next week after a series of public hearings that drew deeply divided audiences.  Today we’ll look at what those differences really are

After a controversial election this week the Crown Mountain Recreation District has a new member of its board of directors.  She has pledged to bring more transparency to the district.

Also, this week that Pitkin County says no to legal marijuana operations in Woody Creek.  We wonder if Hunter S. Thompson is spinning in his grave.

And, we bring back one of our favorite Downloads with Rob St. Mary.  Its all ahead on Valley Roundup.

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State Capitol
6:00 am
Fri May 9, 2014

Final Legislative Session A Wrap For State Senator Gail Schwartz

This week Snowmass Village democrat Gail Schwartz finished her last legislative session as a state senator. She's term-limited after 8 years.
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Snowmass Village democrat Gail Schwartz wrapped up her career as a state senator this week. The lawmaker is term-limited after spending eight years under the gold dome in Denver. Her impact on issues like education, healthcare and water have been felt around the state, including here in the Roaring Fork Valley. Aspen Public Radio's Marci Krivonen reports.

On the last day of the 2014 legislative session, Schwartz’s colleagues saluted her service, including Senate Majority Leader Rollie Heath.

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