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Top 5 most-read stories: Parents frightened after message in elementary school bathroom; ex-deputy accuses jail’s ...

Aspen Times 06 Feb 2023
1.) Scrawled threat on Aspen Elementary School bathroom wall last week frightens parents ... In his X Games debut, Sallinen finished third in the men’s halfpipe skiing contest that closed out the festivities at Buttermilk, behind silver medalist Birk Irving of Winter Park and Nevada’s David Wise, who won Aspen gold for the fifth time.
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Billing battle over Limelight renovation

Aspen Times 06 Feb 2023
The remodel of Limelight Hotel Aspen took about six months to complete, but settling more than $3.4 million in overdue debts related to the project has taken twice the time so far. The disputes involving project contractors and Limelight owner Aspen Skiing Co.
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Rogers: What is yours and what is ours in commentary

Aspen Times 06 Feb 2023
It’s election season, as good a time as any to talk about letters to the editor and column submissions ... I’m thinking about a column submission I read on a plane at the Aspen airport while ... Time is tight, besides ... Aspen Times Editor Don Rogers can be reached at [email protected]
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RHIANNON GIDDENS, CURTIS STONE, ARI SHAPIRO, SELEMA MASEKELA JOIN WONDRIUM PROGRAMMING LINE UP

Victoria Advocate 06 Feb 2023
For the first time, Giddens will take her art and life's work to screen in the 10-part limited series, The Banjo ... After taking a 10 year hiatus to pursue other projects, he returned to Aspen in January 2023, for the first time in a decade, to join X Games again as host, talent coach, and consulting producer.
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Aspen Thrift Shop empowers women while supporting community since 1949

Aspen Times 06 Feb 2023
In a little building nestled on Hopkins Avenue downtown lives a part of the “heart and soul” of Aspen in the form of a thrift shop ... “The friendship part is really a huge piece of (volunteering),” said Aspen Thrift Shop Co-Treasurer Lynda MacCarthy, who began volunteering at the shop in the 1980s ... Aspen Thrift Shop, circa 1966.
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Tweet All About It: ‘The most Colorado wall I’ve ever seen’

Aspen Times 05 Feb 2023
Each week, we pick out our favorite and not-so-favorite tweets (at least, those that are printable) about Aspen and display them (usually) on Sunday. The Aspen Times is available on Twitter, as well.
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Willoughby: A census snapshot of Aspen, 1950

Aspen Times 05 Feb 2023
The 1950 census showed Aspen gained a couple hundred residents, growing to 904 ... Aspen hosted the FIS championships ... After the Aspen Skiing Co ... An American caught Aspen eyes, Andrea Mead (Lawrence) ... Both Meadsheand Eriksen lived in Aspen in the 1960s. The FIS was a huge success for Aspen with radio and media coverage ... Aspen was catering to tourists.
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A&E Agenda: Some of what’s upcoming

Aspen Times 05 Feb 2023
Aspen’s Explore Booksellers events ... Aspen City Council candidate forum ... Aspen’s Adam Frisch, running against incumbent Lauren Boebert in Colorado District 3, talks to his supporters at a watch party at Belly Up Aspen on Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022, in Aspen. (Austin Colbert/The Aspen Times). Austin Colbert/The Aspen Times.
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Aspen Journalism: State officials draft bill regulating stream restoration

Aspen Times 05 Feb 2023
Colorado officials have drafted a bill aimed at addressing a tension between stream-restoration projects and water-rights holders ... Jackie Corday/Courtesy photo ... A beaver dam on Maroon Creek near Aspen ... Brent Gardner-Smith/Aspen Journalism ... State Sen ... Aspen-Journalism-logo. Aspen Journalism covers water and rivers in collaboration with The Aspen Times ... .
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WineInk : Bars, nooks and crannies

Aspen Times 04 Feb 2023
That question is posed hundreds of times each week here in Aspen during the ski season as guests in our local watering holes slide into the bespoke booths and belly up to bars at the end of each ski day ... Anna Stonehouse/The Aspen Times . ... Randy, a long-time Aspen favorite, sold his ...
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Obituary: George W. “Bill” Murphy

Aspen Times 04 Feb 2023
Bill,” “Murph,” “T-man,” and “Gruncle”) passed away at his home in Aspen on January 23, 2023 due to heart issues ... Shortly after passing the California Bar exam, Bill headed to Aspen, Colorado. As a long-time Aspen local, Bill was well known in town ... He was also a long time member of Aspen’s Liquor Licensing Board.
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Rent’s due at Centennial; some paid less, some paid as much as in January

Aspen Times 04 Feb 2023
One tenant, who has lived in Aspen for decades and moved into their current Centennial unit in 2004, was notified in December of an impending 32% increase in her rent ... The Times is withholding tenants’ identities, as they have said they fear repercussions from APCHA or Birge & Held.
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State officials draft bill regulating stream restoration

Post Independent 04 Feb 2023
Colorado officials have drafted a bill aimed at addressing a tension between stream restoration projects and water rights holders.  ... A beaver dam on Maroon Creek near Aspen ... Brent Gardner-Smith/Aspen Journalism ... State Sen ... Aspen Journalism covers water and rivers in collaboration with the Glenwood Springs Post Independent and The Aspen Times ... .
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A pure soul with a bright smile: Summit County community reminisces on the life and ...

Summit Daily 04 Feb 2023
26, after being involved in a skiing accident at Aspen Snowmass Ski Resort ... According to reporting by The Aspen Times, Snowmass ski patrol received a report of the crash at 2.24 p.m., found Updegraff unresponsive and began lifesaving measures that continued while they transported him to the Snowmass Clinic.

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