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Mountain Edition

Thursdays at 3:30pm

Mountain Edition is Aspen Public Radio's weekly newsmagazine. The weekly, thirty-minute show airs Thurdays at 3:30 p.m., just before NPR's All Things Considered. The show focuses on news, analysis and commentary about Aspen and the Roaring Fork Valley. Each week, the Aspen Public Radio news department examines the most significant issues and events affecting us in the valley. The program includes news stories and features reported by APR reporters and contributors. The show presents moderated analysis of the news from guests and regular segments focused on the arts, music and profiles of people and events of interest to residents of the Roaring Fork Valley.

Hosts Elizabeth Stewart-Severy and Wyatt Orme bring you highlights of the week in news in the Roaring Fork Valley. 

This week on Mountain Edition, hosts Christin Kay and Elizabeth Stewart-Severy bring you the biggest news from the Roaring Fork Valley.

This week, hosts Alycin Bektesh and Christin Kay bring you the biggest stories from the Roaring Fork Valley.

Hosts Christin Kay and Wyatt Orme bring you all the news from the week, here in the Roaring Fork Valley. 

Hosts Elizabeth Stewart-Severy and Alycin Bektesh bring you all the news from the week here in the Roaring Fork Valley. 

Mountain Edition brings you the biggest news stories from the week here in the Roaring Fork Valley.

Before Cambridge Analytica took a role in the 2016 Presidential elections they were working on midterm elections in Colorado, and, after revoking a nonprofit's lease to rent out the Aspen power plant, Aspen city council is ready to sign a lease with a new organization.

 

 

Elizabeth Stewart-Severy and Wyatt Orme bring you all the news from the week here in the Roaring Fork Valley. 

Christin Kay and Elizabeth Stewart-Severy bring you all the news from the week here in the Roaring Fork Valley.

Aspen Mayor Steve Skadron meets with our neighbors to the north about climate action, and we’ll hear an update on Sandra Lopez, the woman currently in sanctuary in Carbondale.

Christin Kay and Wyatt Orme bring you all the news from the week here in the Roaring Fork Valley.

We have stories about the federal decision to delist the Canada lynx, a training from Indivisible Roaring Fork meant to help people bridge the partisan divide and the recommendation from the Pitkin County commissioners for what should move into Justice Snow’s space.

This week on Mountain Edition, Christin Kay and Alycin Bektesh bring you the biggest local news stories from the Roaring Fork Valley. 

Mysterious bottles are turning up along the Roaring Fork River, the City of Aspen says going au natural at the ARC pool is healthy and government officials say it’s time to re-think the management of affordable housing.

This week on Mountain Edition, Christin Kay and Elizabeth Stewart-Severy bring you all the news from the week here in the Roaring Fork Valley.

More details were released about the permitting system for Conundrum Hot Springs, Glenwood Springs is looking to fill an open council seat, and it’s winter Bike to Work day tomorrow.  

Christin Kay and Claire Woodcock bring you the biggest local news stories of the week.  

Carbondale approved a contract to acquire land at the base of a popular hiking area. We check in on what avalanche conditions are like in this low snow year with the Colorado Avalanche Information Center.

Christin Kay and Wyatt Orme bring you the biggest local news stories of the week.

 

We talk about medical aid in dying in Colorado, which is now an option for valley residents. Also, two congressional Democrats want to see more wilderness along the Continental divide, and the outdoor industry will learn from tribal leaders in a meeting scheduled for this summer.  

Christin Kay and Alycin Bektesh bring you the biggest stories from the week here in the Roaring Fork Valley.

We have a little bit of an animal theme this week. The Canada lynx was removed from the federal Endangered Species list. And, it may sound like a terrible idea to have wolves in an airport, but don’t worry, it’s just a photo exhibit, and it's actually part of a campaign to familiarize Coloradans with wolves.  

Alycin Bektesh and Elizabeth Stewart-Severy bring you the biggest local news stories of the week.

 

Eagle County wants to get the ball rolling on new mental health services, even before the new pot tax starts trickling in.  And a new assessment shows that catastrophic wildfire is likely in Pitkin County, and the county has new plans to reduce that risk.

Also, there’s a new minimum wage in Colorado, and we’ll talk about the effects here in the Roaring Fork Valley.  Plus, female veterans who were here for Military Ski Week have a new mission...helping each other negotiate the challenges of being a woman home from war.

 

Christin Kay and Claire Woodcock host the first Mountain Edition of 2018.  And there's already lots of news this year.  

Eagle County -- with the help of Colorado State University -- is changing the way it helps abused children. Also, we take a winter hike up Red Hill in Carbondale, where The Aspen Valley Land Trust is looking to improve safety for hikers and bikers.

 

Christin Kay and Wyatt Orme bring you the biggest local news stories from the week.

On this week's Mountain Edition, Christin Kay and Alycin Bektesh bring you all the news from the week here in the Roaring Fork Valley.

Christin Kay and Elizabeth Stewart-Severy bring you the biggest local news stories from the week. 

The meager early season snow could spell trouble for avalanches in the backcountry later on this spring, and Challenge America is hosting its first ever military ski week.  

Also, some local businesses are actually winners because of the bare mountains.  

People might have their rock skis out on the hill, but there’s nothing but smooth sailing ahead on Mountain Edition.

 

 

 

On this snowy afternoon, hosts Christin Kay and Claire Woodcock bring you the week's biggest local news stories.

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