Valley Roundup, March 17, 2017

Mar 17, 2017

Welcome to Valley Roundup. I’m Carolyn Sackariason.

Aspen is in full swing with the World Cup finals hosting the best skiers in the world for five days. And there’s been some fast skiing, which means some gnarly crashes, too.

And it’s obvious that these athletes who are flying down the mountain at 80 miles per hour aren’t in it for the money. They do it because they love it.

80 years of ski racing history in 60 minutes



An investigative piece published in the Aspen Daily News this week indicates that the SkiCo has given mountain base developers some information about how to get a chairlift further into town.

SkiCo proposed bringing new Lift 1A down the hillKey parcel in Lift 1 area saddled with a ‘no-chairlift’ clause

Also, Glenwood Springs’ history of the Wild West has just gotten richer now that gunslinger Doc Holliday’s derringer has returned.

‘To Doc from Kate’ — but who was Kate?Doc Holliday’s gun returning to Glenwood; museum buys derringer that was in his room when he died

Finally, both sides of the oil and gas controversy in Battlement Mesa are debated.

Injection well might be coming to Battlement Mesa