Mountain Edition - October 3rd, 2013
It’s been a big news week and one story with big impacts locally is the federal government shutdown. We take a look at what it means for the Roaring Fork Valley.
Obamacare hit the internet on Tuesday, turns out, health care plans coordinated by Colorado are way more expensive in mountain towns.
After massive floods walloped oil and gas operations, we hear ideas about making sure oil and gas operations are better protected down the road.
Local officials had to decide by Tuesday whether to take steps to allow retail marijuana in the Roaring Fork Valley. Many have decided to delay their verdict.
We get an update from one of the ten Aspen-area athletes hoping to compete in the upcoming Winter Olympics in Russia.
And finally, tamales are a humble Latin American dish with deep, historical roots. They’re the main fare at an upcoming Roaring Fork Valley event.