1. Mountain Rescue Aspen to host workshop on staying safe on backcountry tours

    Mountain Rescue Aspen wants to get the winter off on the right foot by holding a free, public workshop to train or refresh skiers on how to plan a trip in the backcountry. MRA will...

  2. CPW uncovers several hunting violations during check-station at Yampa River State Park

    Charges and warnings issued during day-long check station included illegal possession of mule deer, transfer of hunting licenses, and hunting without proper or valid licenses.

  3. Readers Say Thanks

    Ramirez acknowledges help with campaign As I come into this new role of school board director, I would like to thank those of you who supported me with encouragement, those of you who endorsed me,...

  4. Car destroys closed winter gate, opens Maroon Creek Road

    A speeding car on Tuesday morning crashed into and destroyed part of the winter closure gate on Maroon Creek Road.

  5. Purcell column: America, let’s talk this Thanksgiving… after the mashed potatoes fly

    America could use a good food fight this Thanksgiving. Every day in our country, factions grow and battle lines harden. Americans are spending more time with like-minded people, their “tribes,” and less with people holding...

  6. Flowers column: Disney+ ruins classics with new trigger warnings

    I adored the story of “Cinderella” as a child. The prospect of having a man so in love with me that he’d crisscross the Kingdom searching for my size 6 1/2 foot, was heady stuff....

  7. Agnes Grange (July 4, 1929 — November 13, 2019)

    Agnes passed away peacefully, Wednesday, 11-13-19. She was 90. Born in Brooklyn, New York, lived in Broad Channel and went to school in Queens, New York. She moved to Glenwood Springs in 1949, where she...

  8. Tamara Hill-Zimmerer (October 21, 1964 — October 30, 2019)

    Tamara was born in Washington, D.C., to Cynthia Bellini and Robert Hill. Colorado became home to Tamara at a young age; at 55 Tamara earned her wings. She passed peacefully in her sleep on October...

  9. Crime Briefs: Burglar takes state patrol on high-speed pursuit; man denies having ever been arrested to officer that arrested him

    An alleged thief took Colorado State Patrol on a 110 mph high-speed pursuit while another man denied having ever been arrested to the officer that arrested him 2 years ago.

  10. Glenwood, Roaring Fork soccer coaches join players in top 3A, 4A league picks

    Area prep soccer players and their coaches were well-represented in the 3A and 4A All Western Slope League selections announced this week.

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