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Planning a trip this summer? Choose your dates carefully - there are more than a few reasons to stick close to home instead. Comment?
The first bear spotted in our backyard last August had a thin, cinnamon-colored stripe down the back of its head and back. Comment?
A two-night course that was to offer Aspenites certification in mental health first aid has been canceled, due to a lack of interest. Comment?
An extra 1,000 feet of runway space at the Aspen-Pitkin County Airport has more than exceeded expectations for increasing commercial airline capacity, according to Jim Elwood, airport director. Comment?
No, I wasn't talking to a 4-year-old about to have a meltdown in the middle of a theme park. Comment?
A work crew from the Rifle Correctional Center has finished trimming chokecherry and serviceberry shrubs at a campground near Aspen in an attempt to prevent bear encounters this summer. Comment?
When Montgomery Chitty was arrested during the bust of a senior-citizen cocaine ring in 2011, there were more titters about an "over-the-hill" drug gang operating in this celebrity-studded, laissez-faire resort town than there was outrage over the smuggling of hundreds of kilos of cocaine. Comment?
With a concerted effort to attract another commercial airline to serve the resort already under way, the Aspen Chamber Resort Association board of directors agreed Tuesday to focus its efforts on lodging. Comment?
The Colorado towns that market themselves to the world based on their unique mountain opportunities and frequent parties are having a tough time reining in the collateral damage, writes Meredith C. Carroll. Comment?
This August's third annual USA Pro Challenge will feature a new route from Steamboat Springs to Beaver Creek, which will include a ride over Bachelor Gulch and a grade of up to 18 percent, race organizers announced Thursday. Comment?
Rising construction costs and the expanding scope of a road project slated this year at the Aspen Business Center have driven costs $800,000 over budget. Comment?
The Aspen City Council is considering a program to waive some development fees and lift certain building requirements for small lodges that renovate their properties and commit to remaining in business over the long haul. Comment?
A Basalt man is suing a skier after they collided while descending the Little Nell run on Aspen Mountain last month. Comment?
The Aspen City Council on Monday unanimously adopted a 20-mph speed limit for most streets, a 5-mph reduction from the norm. Comment?
Willits Town Center's rise in prominence as a shopping district continued to evolve last week with the opening of two consignment stores that have been fixtures in other towns. Comment?
As the snow at altitude begins to melt, preparations are being made for another season of Colorado mountain jazz festivals. Comment?
Pass sales will begin in early May, stations will be erected in the middle of the month and the system will make its official debut in late May, with 100 bicycles spread among 12 stations that offer 182 docking spaces. Comment?
It's no longer a secret: FirstBank Holding Co. will take over the entire first floor of 601 E. Hopkins Ave., currently the home of three small businesses. Comment?
The alley that runs between the Pitkin County Library and commercial buildings on Main Street will become a one-way road moving from North Mill Street toward the Pitkin County Courthouse and North Galena Street, according to direction the Aspen City Council gave city planners during a Tuesday work session. Comment?
Skiers were treated to a burst of new snow over the weekend, but a forecast for more this week won't do them any good at many locations in the Colorado high country. Comment?