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Election Results
9:06 am
Wed May 7, 2014

Election: Downvalley Districts Welcome New Board Members

Nearly 400 people either voted absentee or showed up to the polling place for the Crown Mountain Park election Tuesday. District officials say that's a "great" turnout.
Credit Marci Krivonen

Voters in the Mid-Valley and Carbondale cast their ballots in two separate elections yesterday. People voted for board members to represent the Crown Mountain Park and Recreation District, as well as the Carbondale and Rural Fire Protection District.

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Aspen to Central America
5:00 am
Wed May 7, 2014

On The Road: My Ignorance

Credit Skippy Mesirow

Durango – Puerto Vallarta

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USA Pro Challenge
10:34 pm
Tue May 6, 2014

Basalt, Carbondale Get First Taste of Pro Challenge

Riders tackle Independence Pass during the 2013 USA Pro Challenge.
Credit Elise Thatcher

The USA Pro Challenge will return to the area this August, only this time it’ll cover more ground in the Roaring Fork Valley. The race will spend the first day in Aspen and Snowmass Village. The second day, riders head down valley through Basalt and Carbondale, then cycle over an unpaved pass to Crested Butte. Like in previous years, the route has prompted debate among local officials about which roads are best. So far at least one official is in favor of the proposed itinerary. 

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Roaring Fork School District
5:43 pm
Tue May 6, 2014

Reading Test Scores Up

Dr. Diana Sirko, Superintendent; Roaring Fork School District
Credit Roger Adams

 Third grade reading scores from statewide standardized testing were released today (Tuesday 5-6-2014) and there is good news for the Roaring Fork School District.   Three quarters of third graders in the district are proficient or advanced in reading comprehension.  That, says superintendent Diana Sirko, shows continued improvement.

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Special Coverage
3:24 pm
Tue May 6, 2014

APR Special: Spotlight Health, Show #1

Credit feministing.com

Exploring critical health issues in partnership with Aspen Ideas Festival.

Alzheimer’s Disease and global health are the topics in this episode. APR's Elise Thatcher talks with Dr. Huntington Potter, Researcher and Professor of Neurology with the University of Colorado School of Medicine, and Peggy Clark, Executive Director of Aspen Global Health and Development of the Aspen Institute.

Episode 1 of 6 in a series to explore key health issues, with guests also participating in the Aspen Ideas Festival Spotlight: Health programming this summer.

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