Good afternoon, it’s Mountain Edition.
A Snowmass Town councilman faces a felony charge after allegedly trashing a jail cell.
Aspenites will probably vote on a proposed affordable lodge.
A judge considers whether the Aspen Skiing Company is at fault for a mudslide that damaged a home.
We take a look at diversity in the Roaring Fork Valley arts community.
We also get a tour of an innovative marijuana grow facility in the Valley.
Growing numbers of residents in Pitkin County are living in poverty.
And more small children are being removed from their homes in Garfield County… over neglect and abuse.
Finally, we say goodbye to the woman who led a major conservation effort for more than a decade.
That’s coming up, on Mountain Edition.