Mountain Edition

  This week, on Mountain Edition:

  • Aspen lost two hall-of-famers this week….

  • Aspen Valley Hospital Board of Director candidates give their stump speech...

  • Carbondale officials are gearing up for pot talk…

  • and, we celebrate independent bookstore day

Hosts are Alycin Bektesh and Patrick Fort

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Colorado Mountain College is holding off on a plan to raise prices for ESL and GED classes.

It’s an especially tough time of year for homeless folks in the upper valley.

Five Point is back in Carbondale this weekend, with a lot more films by women.

  This week, on Mountain Edition:

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Spring elections bring fresh faces to the Basalt Town Council and Carbondale Board of Trustees, but voters shot down two new tax proposals in Carbondale.

Aspen is mourning the passing of Hansi Brenninger.

Congressman Scott Tipton holds a listening session today in the upper valley.

This week, on Mountain Edition:

  • Booze - specifically local booze - is a hit in the Valley

  • Carbondale voters will weigh in on a pair of tax measures this election

Good afternoon, it’s Mountain Edition.

After Tuesday’s attack in Belgium, there’s extra law enforcement at the Aspen airport.

 

The Basalt spring election keeps getting hotter.

The city of Aspen needs help deciding how to use a 400-acre public parcel.

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Aspen City Council puts the brakes on development downtown.

Aspen Film announces the ShortsFest lineup.

This week on Mountain Edition:

Winter is coming…… don’t let these spring days fool you.

The city of Aspen has a new community development director — a veteran city employee.

The launch of a cooking school and a weekend of cocktails are keeping residents on their culinary toes.

And big news, there is road work in Glenwood Springs.

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Democrats in the Roaring Fork Valley vote for Bernie Sanders as their early presidential pick.

A Pitkin County Commissioner is trying to figure out who left a wad of cash in front of her house.

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CDOT has opened up another lane for cars and trucks trying to get through Glenwood Canyon.

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CDOT aims to reopen I-70 in Glenwood Canyon this afternoon.

Officials say delays will continue for at least a month, after the interstate opens back up.

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And I’m Alycin Bektesh. Basalt voters could see the Pan and Fork parcel on the fall ballot.

More than two hundred workers in Parachute have an uncertain future.

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Consultants are checking which parts of Pitkin County have the slowest internet connection.

Habitat for Humanity is building affordable housing in Basalt.

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X Games begins in Aspen this week.

Basalt turns down putting a Pan and Fork measure on the spring ballot.

Speaking of which, Carbondale voters will consider two tax measures.

Good afternoon, it’s Mountain Edition. I’m Elise Thatcher.

A snowboarder gets shoved off a chairlift at Aspen Highlands.

Aspen and communities around the world are mourning the death of musician Glenn Frey, who had a colorful history in Aspen.

  It’s opening week for the Colorado Legislature, we check in with party leaders about their predictions for the session.

  Good afternoon, it’s Mountain Edition. I’m Elise Thatcher.

A man from Carbondale has died while ice climbing.

During this holiday week, Aspen is bursting at the seams, and the airport is barely keeping up.

Mountain Edition - December 17th, 2015

Dec 17, 2015

Good afternoon, it’s Mountain Edition.

There could be a lawsuit over plans for Aspen’s Old Power House.

Residents in Pitkin County could soon get a doctor’s visit at home.

Hundreds attend BLM events about the Thompson Divide.

Mountain Edition - December 10th, 2015

Dec 10, 2015

Glenwood Springs city government is experiencing a change at the top. We speak with the city manager on his last day.

Homeowners in Battlement Mesa say they didn’t know about an oil and gas agreement when they purchased their house.

Colorado’s marijuana industry has created some interesting jobs. We’ll introduce you to the latest - an odor ranger.

A new building for police in Aspen may improve their mental health.

And, much of the materials recycled in the Roaring Fork Valley are ending up across the Pacific.

Mountain Edition - December 3rd, 2015

Dec 3, 2015

Good afternoon, it’s Mountain Edition.

The Director of Aspen’s Development Office is leaving to start a private firm.

RFTA and its bus drivers are negotiating wages.

We say goodbye to a major figure in Aspen’s art community.

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