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When Donald Trump was elected president in November 2016, immigrant families feared a sudden, massive immigration crackdown. Recognizing this anxiety among local students and families,... [Read More]
As an educator of 40-plus years, nearly 30 of those in the Aspen School District, I support Suzy Zimet as an excellent candidate for the... [Read More]
I have served on the Colorado Mountain College Foundation board for eight years, having also been elected to the Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees... [Read More]
A young woman had altitude sickness so severe while hiking outside of Aspen that rescue crews had to respond to the trailhead. [Read More]
A chill pill. A deep breath. A time out. Let's step back before squaring off in a generational conflict over housing that nobody will win,... [Read More]
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Carbondale's Steven Fotion won every event he competed in, on his way to a 1st-place title, winning the 2017 title of America's Strongest Man 50-plus. [Read More]
Carbondale Board of Trustees unanimously approved rezoning of a vacant 6.4-acre property at the northwest corner of Main Street and Colorado 133 for mixed use. [Read More]
Aspen Police Chief Richard Pryor on Sunday told Aspen resident Lee Mulcahy that he would be "setting boundaries for future interactions" after Mulcahy allegedly hugged... [Read More]
Last year at this time, Matt Pine had just answered the call from a generation of locals who wanted a hardware store in Snowmass Village.... [Read More]
The FIS Alpine World Cup tour won't stop in Aspen this season, nor the next. That's a tough reality not only for ski race fans... [Read More]
Dear Jeff and Lori,I love my girlfriend and thought I might want to marry her. We've been together for two years, and she moved in... [Read More]
More than 1,200 area high school students will head to Rifle High School on Wednesday with an eye to what happens when they are no... [Read More]
Those living in an Aspen neighborhood have two new furry neighbors. [Read More]
I try to make my note as snotty as possible. A nameless, faceless property management company has written threatening to jail me for back dues on... [Read More]
As Aspen locals know too well, offseason in town means empty streets, changes in business and construction galore. At 121 S. Galena St., construction dominates... [Read More]
Working in Pitkin County's road and bridge department requires long hours, made longer by the fact that much of the staff commutes from Glenwood Springs,... [Read More]
There's something about creating art that can transcend time and leave an artist in the perpetual "now" in the process of creation. Or at least... [Read More]
I've always found it curious that people will spend fifty bucks or more on a shirt that they'll wear maybe six times, but they'll scoff... [Read More]
A few weeks back, before the fires hit and consumed every ounce of my wine-writing-wine-making-wine-consulting life, I participated in a new event put on by... [Read More]