Good afternoon and welcome to Mountain Edition.
So far it looks like the Roaring Fork Valley is holding off a nasty virus that’s raising concerns in Denver.
Bears are causing some problems, we hear what police in Basalt are doing about it.
One of the visible leftover structures from the recession in the Upper Valley may disappear later this year.
And more people are showing interest in farming Pitkin county open space land.
Climate change reports are frequent-- we check on one about water in the Valley.
We’ll get the details on how Aspen’s airport could get quieter and say “goodbye” to long time airport director Jim Elwood.