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Aspen Starts Search For City Manager

Aspen is kicking off the process of hiring a new city manager. Drew Gorgey from the recruitment firm Peckham & McKenney will present at a city council work session Tuesday. He’ll provide an overview of how the firm will recruit and select candidates.

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Three weeks ago, Gov. Jared Polis stood outside Denver Health’s downtown hospital and made a long list of promises about improving health care.

Lawmakers from both sides of the aisle stood next to him and cheered him on, while a glossy, 10-page road map to lowering health care circulated through the crowd.

Rob Routledge, Bugwood.org

Garfield County is holding a photo contest for its 2020 calendar.  The theme? Noxious weeds.

Take the purple loosestrife. Its bright flowers might make a great shot in any calendar.  But Sarah LaRose, Garfield County’s Vegetation Program Coordinator, says, don’t let noxious weeds like the purple loosestrife fool you with their good looks.

 

 


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The Roaring Fork Transportation Authority, or RFTA, will test electric buses in Aspen, Snowmass and Pitkin County late this summer.

 

RFTA isn’t quite sure how the battery-powered vehicles will operate on the valley’s steep inclines.

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The Aspen Public Radio news team recently won three awards of excellence and two certificates of merrit from the Colorado Broadcaster's Association for work done in 2018.

Morning newscast for Tuesday, April 23, 2019. 


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Aspen is kicking off the process of hiring a new city manager. Drew Gorgey from the recruitment firm Peckham & McKenney will present at a city council work session Tuesday.

He’ll provide an overview of how the firm will recruit and select candidates.

Erika Meitner was born and raised in Queens and Long Island, New York. She is the author of five books of poems: Inventory at the All-Night Drugstore, Ideal Cities, Makeshift Instructions for Vigilant Girls, Copia, and Holy Moly Carry Me

Meitner is currently an Associate Professor of English, and the Director of the MFA Program in Creative Writing and the undergraduate Creative Writing at Virginia Tech.

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Morning newscast for Monday, April 22, 2019. 


Aspen Valley Land Trust

The town of Carbondale and a group of nonprofits want to repair a stretch of the Crystal River, just downstream of the fish hatchery.

 

On Wednesday, the public can learn about the project and give feedback.

 

This half-mile stretch of river is “severely degraded,” according to consultants, due in part to generations of agricultural use.


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Rob Routledge, Bugwood.org

Garfield County is holding a photo contest for its 2020 calendar.  The theme? Noxious weeds.

Take the purple loosestrife. Its bright flowers might make a great shot in any calendar.  But Sarah LaRose, Garfield County’s Vegetation Program Coordinator, says, don’t let noxious weeds like the purple loosestrife fool you with their good looks.

 

 


Erika Meitner was born and raised in Queens and Long Island, New York. She is the author of five books of poems: Inventory at the All-Night Drugstore, Ideal Cities, Makeshift Instructions for Vigilant Girls, Copia, and Holy Moly Carry Me

Meitner is currently an Associate Professor of English, and the Director of the MFA Program in Creative Writing and the undergraduate Creative Writing at Virginia Tech.

Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes.


Welcome to another week in the Roaring Fork Valley! This is Week in the Arts, a curated list of upcoming events.


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Three weeks ago, Gov. Jared Polis stood outside Denver Health’s downtown hospital and made a long list of promises about improving health care.

Lawmakers from both sides of the aisle stood next to him and cheered him on, while a glossy, 10-page road map to lowering health care circulated through the crowd.

For Mitchell Byars and other breaking news reporters around the country, the police scanner might be just as important as a laptop computer.

Byars, who covers everything from wildfires to mountain lion sightings for the Boulder Daily Camera, said the radio traffic helps him answer important questions from residents.

Colorado Democrats are backing a heavily-amended version of a bill to create a paid family leave program.

The bill stalled in the Senate Finance Committee last month over concerns from business leaders and some Democratic. But a series of 24 amendments have gotten some of the Democratic holdouts on board, and the committee voted along party lines to advance the proposal.

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