Mountain Edition - August 29th, 2013
The U.S. Department of Justice has announced it won’t try and stop Colorado and Washington State from allowing recreational marijuana.
Basalt officials say they’re on track to move nearly forty families living in a trailer park. It’s part of a redevelopment plan… and some of the families say they can’t afford to stay in Basalt.
We’ll find out what the reaction in Aspen was to the USA Pro Challenge, which took over parts of the Upper Valley last week.
And, what the latest is on what cycling officials are doing to catch doping… turns out they don’t necessarily agree with each other.
A Glenwood Springs teacher is teaming up with NOAA to chart the ocean floor. She sets sail early next month.
An accomplished local author is taking readers across the world. Her latest novel will be published soon. It chronicles an early feminist in the 19th century Ottoman Empire.
And, The Colorado State Fair continues in Pueblo through the weekend… we have an audio postcard.