Mountain Edition - September 5th, 2013
As the offseason begins, Colorado’s elected leaders are deciding whether to support a U.S. led military strike in Syria. President Obama wants a green light from Congress before any action is taken.
After a summer chock-full of events, things are quieting down in Colorado’s high country… unless you’re a sheepdog herder. The annual sheepdog trials in Meeker are underway… and there’s some serious cash on the line.
In other money matters, we find out who paid to put out the Red Canyon Fire. The blaze near Glenwood Springs racked up a bill quickly--and other fires in the state already burned through the first source of funding.
We’ll find out what it takes for an Aspen coffee shop and roaster to make what they say is the best cup of coffee ever...even after life throws you a curve ball.
And, we have the latest from the artist Christo about the installation he wants to do in Colorado… as well as what opponents are saying.
Finally we’ll introduce you to an event with new roots in Aspen…but a deep history that hearkens back to 18th century Paris. Details about Sunday's (9-8-2013) Salon at Justice Snow's: www.anniversarysalon.eventbrite.com