On this week’s Mountain Edition, hosts Barbara Platts and Elizabeth Stewart-Severy present a compilation of the week’s news.
-Basalt's town attorney acknowledge that it may look like he had a conflict of interest when representing his boss at a legal proceeding earlier this summer.
-The National Endowment for the Arts released a huge set of data last week about art and participation in it on a state-by-state level.
-Cyclists and runners along the Rio Grande Trail are seeing a different kind of wildlife this month. The Roaring Fork Transportation Authority has hired a herd of goats to eat weeds along the path.
Mountain Edition is Aspen Public Radio's weekly news team. The program includes news stories and features reported by APR reporters and contributors.