Aspen Public Radio

Good afternoon, it’s Mountain Edition.

Aspen’s second lifeline to the world is up and running again, as Independence Pass reopens.

A judge dismisses a case against an elderly Carbondale driver who killed a Basalt motorcyclist.

Two Aspen City Council candidates carefully duke it out on the Aspen Public Radio airwaves.

Turns out, you cannot buy exclusive access to your condo building, especially if you share the building with affordable housing residents.

Childcare in the Roaring Fork Valley is getting harder to find.

Welcome to Valley Roundup, a review of the top news stories in the valley in the past week. 

Aspen High School principal Kim Martin resigned after only three years on the job.

More complaints are surfacing about the proliferation of pot shops in family friendly Glenwood Springs weed.

Meanwhile, a major commercial development proposal for one of the last big open space in the valley has been pulled by the developer.

And, with summer comes traffic. Residents in the West End neighborhood of Aspen say keep it on Main Street and not on theirs.

Good afternoon, it’s Mountain Edition.

The embattled principal of Aspen High School announces her resignation.

A tax in Aspen is generating an extra $2 million annually. The public is getting a chance to decide how to spend it.

Finding affordable housing is always a challenge, but right now, Mid-Valley residents are facing significant hurdles.

A mentoring organization is seeking men, especially in Basalt and Carbondale.

And, a Carbondale resident is in the middle of Nepal’s aid effort. We talk to him about the latest earthquake to hit the area.

Welcome to Valley Roundup, a review of the top news stories in the Roaring Fork Valley in the past week. 

The City of Aspen municipal election made history this week, with voters stripping some power away from their elected officials. And, two candidates vying for an open council seat are headed to a runoff election in June.

A prominent downtown Aspen landlord is eyeing more properties and has two more under contract to buy.

Basalt Listeners: APR is on the MOVE!

May 5, 2015

Aspen Public Radio is making a change to our frequencies this week. Starting Wednesday, May 6th, 2015, you can hear your news, your music, your station on 91.5FM in Basalt as well as Aspen.

For a complete list of frequencies - click here.

Join Us for a Throwback Thursday APR Member Party!

Apr 28, 2015

Please join us for a Throwback Thursday APR Member Party! As Aspen Public Radio approaches its mid-thirties, let’s have some fun with the past. Bring a retro/classic photo of yourself to add to a display of other photos that take us back.  Besides, it’s a good excuse to get together for a party.

Date: Thursday, May 14

Time: 5-7pm

Where: Riverside Grill, 181 Basalt Center Cir

Ticket prices: $91.5 per couple (APR’s Aspen frequency) or $45.75 individual

NOTICE: Aspen Public Radio Board Election

Apr 20, 2015

Notice of Aspen Public Radio Board Election

Aspen Public Radio is a member organization whose members elect the station’s board of directors. Election ballots will be tabulated at the Aspen Public Radio annual meeting at 2pm on Wednesday, June 17, 2015 in the conference room at the Red Brick Center for the Arts, 110 East Hallam St., Aspen, Colorado. 

Election Rules and Regulations

Today on CrossCurrents - Annie Denver and Karmen Dopslaff on John Denver's Aspenglow Fund, which has been quietly supporting environmental and educational causes in the Roaring Fork Valley and around the world.

http://www.rmi.org/winter_2014_esj_rmi_in_brief_john_denver_aspenglow

Also, Aspen Public Radio is pleased to announce the receipt of a grant from The John Denver Aspenglow Fund at the Aspen Community Foundation to support news coverage, outreach, and education on the environment.

Tune in to Aspen Public Radio on Thursday March 12th at 6pm as Michael Lewis presents during Winter Words. Lewis is the author of “Flash Boys”, “Moneyball”, “The Big Short”, and several other best sellers. He’ll talk about his work during the event presented by Aspen Words.

Lewis will present at Paepcke Auditorium starting at 6pm and it will be carried live on Aspen Public Radio.

Tune in to Aspen Public Radio Tuesday evening March 10th at 5:30pm for a live broadcast from the Basalt Regional Library as NPR’s International Correspondent Jackie Northam will talk about “A World in Crisis” with Pulitzer Prize winner Loren Jenkins.

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