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If you are hiking with kids, plenty of chocolate is always a good thing, says Jim Kravitz, the chief naturalist at the Aspen Center for Environmental Studies and the father of two young sons. Kravitz took us out on a six-mile hike that started right
Two prolific Aspen real-estate brokers are at odds over an estimated $80 million in property listings, according to a complaint filed in Pitkin County District Court. Realtor Gary Feldman is suing Joshua Saslove and his firm, Joshua & Co. of Aspen,
Traveling doctors are being asked to fill a void at Aspen Valley Hospital while Dr. Bill Rodman finds a surgeon to replace Dr. John Schultz, who was fired last month...He was abruptly forced out of the practice effective May 2 over a personality
Colo.One the most expensive real estate deals in Pitkin County's history has closed with the $41 million sale of the Jigsaw Ranch on the backside of Aspen Mountain. The deal involves separate transactions for the ranch's upper and lower portions.
Expectations are high that the summer of 2013 is going to be a big one in Aspen perhaps better, in terms of sales, than the blockbuster season of 2012. "We are definitely expecting bigger numbers than we did last year," said Debbie Krigel, director
Colo.The White River National Forest is ordering campers to properly secure food and trash at some recreation sites to keep bears away. The Aspen Daily News reports ( http://bit.ly/1b06xgI ) the food storage order was issued Sunday for all developed
A judge has ordered the town of Basalt to release numerous records to The Aspen Times regarding former Police Chief Roderick O'Connor's departure. The Aspen Times reports ( http://bit.ly/18TcCix ) Eagle County District Judge Mark Thompson also
An organization that looks out for Western Slope water interests is challenging a Front Range city's diversions from the Upper Fryingpan River. The Colorado River Water Conservation District, better known as the Colorado River District, contends that
A former attorney for the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority pleaded guilty Tuesday to one count of felony theft and one count of misdemeanor theft for using a company credit card for personal benefit last year. Judicial District Attorney's Office,
The Roaring Fork Transportation Authority is laying giant eggs at its bus stations...Bus stations that will serve the speedier, new bus system are under construction along Colorado 82 between Aspen and Glenwood Springs; the eggs are a recent addition.