Elise Thatcher

APR Local News
10:37 pm
Wed April 16, 2014

Snowmass Resident Aims to Help Veterans With Wheelchair Treads

A wheel chair using Freedom Trax.
Credit Larry Spatz

A part time Snowmass Village resident is working to revolutionize wheelchairs for veterans. The idea is to make it easier for vets to get around places that don’t have smooth pavement, to improve quality of life and expand their access to the outdoors. 

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APR Local News
2:33 pm
Wed April 16, 2014

Coroner Releases Report in Pfister Case

Pitkin County Courthouse
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There’s lots of questions surrounding the death of Nancy Pfister. The Aspenite passed away in February, and details have been locked up tight so far… by the Pitkin County Sheriff’s office and the courts. The Pitkin County Coroner released a report Wednesday, April 16th, about how Pfister died. Coroner Steve Ayers says a forensic pathologist did the autopsy, and described the findings in a short statement.

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APR Local News
9:30 pm
Tue April 15, 2014

Comcast: Verizon Service Shouldn't Drop Out Again

Credit Verizon

Verizon users in Aspen and Glenwood Springs were stuck without service for much of Monday. Turns out the problem wasn’t with Verizon’s equipment, but with another communications company-- Comcast. 

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APR Local News
10:21 pm
Mon April 14, 2014

Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars in Pfister Investigation, Charges

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The murder in February of Aspen native Nancy Pfister was unusual in many regards, chief among them that murders are very rare in Aspen.  It has been unusual in how the prosecution and law enforcement refused to reveal details of the arrests of three people charged in the homicide.  As the case moves slowly forward it will could also stand out for how much money is being spent to find justice for Nancy Pfister.  Initial review shows the costs are already into the hundreds of thousands of dollars.

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APR Local News
6:00 am
Mon April 14, 2014

CDOT, Firm Closer to Finalizing New Grand Ave Bridge Design

Proposed design for new Grand Avenue Bridge and pedestrian bridge.
Craig Gaskill/Tsiouvaras Simmons Holderness

Getting around Glenwood Springs can be tricky in places. The main bridge on Grand Avenue across town is narrow. And intersections getting on and off Interstate 70 can be confusing. Plus, the bridge isn't safe… that's according to the Colorado Department of Transportation, or CDOT. So a new bridge and interchange are in the works. 

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