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Elizabeth Ferrill is the new artistic director of painting, drawing, and printmaking at the Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Snowmass Village. She discusses her goals in her new position, as well as her personal work and inspiration. Ferrill recently did a study of fences along the U.S. / Mexico border. 

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

A news story about a missing Aspen native has created a  ruckus among longtime residents.

As summer sets in, so does the homeless population in Glenwood Springs, which is angst in the business community.

Meanwhile, a custody dispute involving a Snowmass Village father has garnered international attention.

When is a service dog a legitimate reason to take the pet into a restaurant or live in affordable housing?

Rochelle Schoppert

Part time Snowmass Village resident Beth Malone was onstage at the Tony Awards Sunday, with the rest of the cast of “Fun Home.” The Broadway play won Best Musical. In it, Malone plays Alison Bechdel, a middle-aged cartoonist who sets out to uncover the story of her father - a funeral home operator who was secretly gay. Aspen Public Radio's Marci Krivonen spoke with Malone who says Sunday’s awards held meaning for personal reasons.

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The Snowmass Club has announced it will submit a plan to town council requesting a redevelopment of its 217 acre property in Snowmass Village. The plan includes new residential and employee housing and a re-positioning of a portion of the Club’s land.

If approved, some land would be donated to the Anderson Ranch Arts Center, so the organization can expand their campus and increase parking. Nancy Wilhelms is Executive Director of Anderson Ranch. She says much needed student housing would be added.

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

A couple that lives in a penthouse in downtown Aspen now has to share the building’s entrance with their neighbors. As a result, their property value decreased $1.3 million, a judge has ruled.

There’s more debate around the live debate that Aspen Public Radio broadcast with city council candidates Bert Myrin and Mick Ireland.

Marci Krivonen

The head of of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs was in Snowmass Village Thursday. Secretary Robert McDonald visited vets at the National Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic. Aspen Public Radio's Marci Krivonen reports.

Flanked by his handlers, V.A. Secretary Robert McDonald makes his way toward the Snowmass ski area where veterans are preparing to ski. He stops to speak with David Williams from Florida.

Marci Krivonen

Hundreds of disabled veterans are in Snowmass Village this week for the National Disabled Veterans Sports Clinic. The vets arrived in droves over the weekend at the Aspen airport. Aspen Public Radio’s Marci Krivonen reports.

Crystal Hughes stands on the tarmac at the Aspen airport. She’s wearing military fatigues.

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

The Aspen City Council this week chose a brewery/business incubator/TV station to be the new tenant at the old art museum.

The long dormant Buffalo Valley property outside of Glenwood Springs looks like it will become an apartment complex.

A new aerial fire center is coming to the Rifle airport. And the citizens of that town may just get a dose of fluoride in their water.

An Aspen City Council member is leaving his day job at the end of the month. Related Colorado, which is the developer behind Snowmass Base Village, says Dwayne Romero will be replaced as company president on April first. In a company announcement, Romero says he’s proud of the work he’s done at Related over the past seven years. Romero will be replaced by Jim D’Agostino who is coming back to the firm following his departure in 2012.

Elise Thatcher

Planning officials with Snowmass Village have finished their review of the latest with Base Village. Developers are proposing changes to the project, which require another round of oversight. Commissioners finalized recommendations on Wednesday for key issues to keep in mind on the project,  as well as directives for what the applicant should do now.

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