Mountain Edition - June 5th, 2014
High water on the Crystal River has forced the Gunnison County Sheriff’s office to call off a search for a missing kayaker.
Rivers in the Valley are dangerously high. One stretch of the Colorado River is too full to float, so a commercial rafting company changed its route.
A local photographer is back from the Colorado River Delta, where he witnessed the Colorado River reconnect to the sea.
Jimmy Carter and Amory Lovins are a few guests set to speak at this summer’s American Renewable Energy Day in Aspen - we’ll have a preview.
And, more than a dozen new art sculptures were installed on Carbondale’s busy streets this week.
Finally, we’ll take you to Hunter S. Thompson’s old homestead for a cookout hosted by a marijuana advocacy group.
That’s all coming up on Mountain Edition... right now.