The U.S. Forest Service will delay implementation of a fee and reservation system for overnight visits to parts of the Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness until summer 2023.
The Roaring Fork Valley Regional Planning Commission listened to two hours of public comment during a three-hour hearing Thursday but it delayed a vote on the proposal for 135 residences in the midvalley.
The city of Aspen is having a hard time finding child care operators to fill classrooms at the Yellow Brick building, where tenants are offered subsidized rents.
After spending most of Friday afternoon deliberating the fate of a Basalt man charged with attempting to rape an Aspen visitor in the bathroom of a downtown bar last summer, jurors were sent home after 5 p.m. without coming to a verdict.
Drivers going through Silverthorne should expect to face night work near the 205 Exit for the next few months, starting on Monday, April 11.
The Aspen Fire Protection District celebrated the arrival of two new fire engines with a traditional “wetdown” ceremony on Saturday at its fire station in downtown Aspen.
Every year, NASTAR National Championships is the kind of grassroots ski and snowboard event where pint-sized ski racers can end up on the podium alongside seasoned veterans of the sport and can ski the same course as the professional speedsters.
Aspen Skiing Co. is reporting a ‘steady increase’ in its summer business. That’s part of the strategy to diversify and to adapt to a warming climate that threatens the ski industry.
November 5, 1947 – February 27, 2022 Terry Harpe passed away peacefully on February 27, 2022 in Hamilton, New Zealand. Terry Lee Harpe was born November 5, 1947, in Charlotte, NC, to Donnie O’Neal and...
The Bob Beattie Foundation is celebrating Spider Sabich’s induction into the U.S. Ski & Snowboard Hall of Fame with a tribute film and party in Snowmass Village.
The final stage of a $5 million renovation to the Pitkin County Courthouse that just began last month is already $250,000 over budget.
With Jeff Gorsuch and his attorney seated footsteps away, Aspen resident Peter Fornell pleaded guilty Wednesday to the municipal offense of injuring public/private property, apologized to city officials and the court for spray-painting the messages “Liars Go Back to Vail” on the exterior of Gorsuch Ski Cafe, and vowed not to commit a similar offense in the future.
This episode of The Drop-In is something special. Join us as we make the hike up Highland Bowl with Tony Drees, who in his own words is "a one-legged guy out here celebrating my 101st day skiing."
Aspen’s new museum, dedicated to the work of Herbert Bayer, will open its doors to the public for an April 14 open house. Its opening exhibition “Herbert Bayer: An Introduction,” runs through Dec. 3, 2022.
A preliminary hearing is scheduled for next month in the case of a Glenwood Springs woman accused of killing her children.
A juvenile defendant charged as an adult for attempted murder in a March 8 stabbing incident at a south Glenwood Springs home had his first hearing in adult court Thursday.
The British birding documentary “Skyward” is among the titles making world premieres this weekend at Aspen Shortsfest.
A Roaring Fork Valley man with at least six prior drunken driving convictions was arrested again Monday at the Aspen-Pitkin County airport and charged with felony DUI.
COVID-19 testing sites at the Aspen-Pitkin County airport and in Snowmass Village will end free PCR testing for the public at the end of the month.