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  1. Witness says motorcycle, SUV collidedRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Aspen Times

    Colorado State Patrol Trooper Alisha Danko said the accident occurred at 1:49 p.m. at mile marker 14 when, according to a witness, an SUV turned left in front of the motorcycle, which was headed upvalley. The motorcycle caught fire.

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  2. RFTA bus gets rear-ended by drunken driverRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Aspen Times

    A 31-year-old Basalt woman who allegedly rear-ended a Roaring Fork Transportation Authority bus early Friday morning near the Aspen Business Center and fled was later arrested for drunken driving, according to a police report. Kristin Oda denied hitting the bus after she was pulled over near Basalt and said she hadn't been drinking, though she smelled of alcohol, slurred her speech and police found open alcohol containers in her car, the report states.

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  3. Sports Authority closing; Glenwood Meadows owner hopes for new major sports retail tenant | AspenTimes.comRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 24 | The Aspen Times

    The current Sports Authority store at Glenwood Meadows that's slated to close later this year due to the chain's bankruptcy, but where owners of the shopping center are hoping another sports retailer will move in. The decision last week by bankrupt sporting goods chain Sports Authority to close all of its remaining stores, including the one at Glenwood Meadows, could well leave Glenwood Springs and other West Slope markets without a general sporting goods outlet.

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  4. Sports Authority closing; Glenwood Meadows owner hopes for new major sports retail tenantRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 24 | The Aspen Times

    The current Sports Authority store at Glenwood Meadows that's slated to close later this year due to the chain's bankruptcy, but where owners of the shopping center are hoping another sports retailer will move in. The decision last week by bankrupt sporting goods chain Sports Authority to close all of its remaining stores, including the one at Glenwood Meadows, could well leave Glenwood Springs and other West Slope markets without a general sporting goods outlet.

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  5. AVH Foundation's Surgical Grand Rounds brings experts together on breast cancerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 24 | The Aspen Times

    Aspen Valley Hospital Foundation While breast cancer affects one in eight women in the United States, new advances are creating better outcomes for both early and late stages of the disease. Aspen Valley Hospital Foundation invites you to attend its third lecture in a series aimed at giving both clinicians and community members an overview of the latest approaches to preventing, diagnosing and treating a cross-section of surgical conditions.

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  6. Balancing end-of-life tensionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 20 | The Aspen Times

    The Aspen Center for Social Values will host a public conversation with renowned experts Thursday to discuss and challenge ideas on end-of-life decision-making and the right to die. The program is a continuation of last summer's "When Life Nears Death" and will offer fundamental information surrounding Colorado's terminally ill end-of-life decisions act, House Bill 16-1054.

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  7. Glenwood 19-year-old dies in I-70 crash; two women hurtRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 16 | The Aspen Times

    A 19-year-old Glenwood Springs man died Sunday morning in a head-on collision on Interstate 70 that also sent two women to the hospital with serious injuries. Driving a 2000 Acura Integra, Eduardo Ortiz-Muniz was traveling in the wrong direction on the westbound lane of I-70 just east of New Castle at about 5:20 a.m. when he crashed into a 2015 Toyota Corolla, said Trooper Nate Reid, Colorado State Patrol public information officer.

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  8. Aspen Times staff pick up 48 Colorado Press Association awardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 15 | The Aspen Times

    From left are Meridith Carroll, Rick Carroll, Ashton Hewitt, Samantha Johnston, Jill Beathard, Jeanne McGovern, Lauren Glendenning and Jim Morgan. The Aspen Times, Aspen Times Weekly and Snowmass Sun picked up a collective 48 awards Saturday night at the Colorado Press Association's annual convention.

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  9. Take a hike: Here's 10 options in Aspen and GlenwoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 11 | The Aspen Times

    Janet Urquhart/The Aspen TimesCathedral Lake, nestled high above the Castle Creek Valley, south of Aspen, is a popular destination. The lake shimmers from the trail toward Electric Pass.

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  10. $2 to $4 fare hike proposed for Maroon Bells busRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 10 | The Aspen Times

    Passengers get off a Roaring Fork Transportation Authority bus at the Maroon Lake facilities. Last year a record 174,202 passengers took the bus.

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  11. Aspen Santa Fe Ballet's Folk rico gave a special performance at the Creative Industries Summit.Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 6 | The Aspen Times

    Despite a late night of fiery festivities, hosts and visitors alike hit the ground running Friday morning for the second and final day of the Colorado Creative Industries Summit. If any latecomers to the fifth annual event were expecting a run-of-the-mill conference, the notion was dispelled before the keynote breakfast even began thanks to Alya Howe's "Vacuum."

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  12. Glenwood Canyon summer work starts Tuesday with 30-minute holdsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 5 | The Aspen Times

    Interstate 70 through Glenwood Canyon will have lane restrictions this summer as crews work to reduce the risk of further rockfall at the site of February's recod-long slide. If you have questions or concerns or to be added to the Glenwood Canyon rockfall mitigation email list, call, text or email: Permanent rockfall mitigation in Glenwood Canyon following February's slide begins Tuesday, the Colorado Department of Transportation said.

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  13. Whitsitt, Stevens spend $16,000 in Basalt mayoral raceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 5 | The Aspen Times

    Basalt's two mayoral candidates combined to spend $15,980 in the April 5 election, making it the mostly costly race in the town's history. Incumbent Jacque Whitsitt spent $8,957.05 in the race.

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  14. Habitat ReStore scores amazing haul from former Peter Guber estateRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 5 | The Aspen Times

    Habitat For Humanity's ReStore is accustomed to reaping large donations of furniture, electronics and such when Aspen-area hotels decide to remodel. But the Roaring Fork chapter's stores in Basalt and Glenwood Springs have never seen anything quite like the estate belongings that were donated in late April.

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  15. Silverpeak fails to stave off new cannabis competitorRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 3 | The Aspen Times

    The downtown building at 520 E. Cooper Ave. soon will house its third-marijuana related business, Best Day Ever, which will sell recreational cannabis. Other tenants building are Silverpeak Apothecary, which sells cannabis, and the head shop One Love Aspen Smokeshop & Oxygen Bar.

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  16. Aspen cop kicker could withdraw guilty pleaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 2 | The Aspen Times

    The 51-year-old chronic thorn in the side of area law enforcement was on the verge of being sentenced earlier this month after pleading guilty in February to two counts of felony assault on a police officer when he decided to fire his public defender. District Judge Chris Seldin appointed an alternate lawyer, but she had to recuse herself because of a public defender.

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  17. Basalt clinic scrambles to serve low-income patientsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 2 | The Aspen Times

    An estimated 700 uninsured, low-income, Medicaid and Medicare patients of a Basalt medical care clinic can no longer use its services because of tightening space at the facility. The patients are being referred to the clinic's Glenwood Springs offices, and the ones who still use the clinic are on waitlists as long as four or five months, said Ross Brooks, the agency's executive director.

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  18. Pitkin County Senior Services gives seniors hope with volunteer driving programRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 1 | The Aspen Times

    Joanna Belmont has lunch with friends at the Aspen Senior Center. She is one of many seniors who benefits from Pitkin County's senior service program.

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  19. Part 3: Leadership key issue for AVH board candidatesRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 28, 2016 | The Aspen Times

    Editor's note: This is the final installment in a three-part series featuring questions for the candidates for Aspen Valley Hospital's board of directors. There are numerous issues facing AVH at this time.

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  20. Flames and smoke rise from the south Glenwood Springs home destroyed Monday afternoon.Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 25, 2016 | The Aspen Times

    A house was destroyed by fire Monday afternoon on Three Mile Road above Midland Avenue on the south edge of Glenwood Springs, causing school officials to scramble to get students home from nearby Sopris Elementary School. Glenwood Fire Chief Gary Tillotson said it was unclear how many people were in the home when the fire started, but as many as four families might have been living there.

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