Mountain Edition - September 25th, 2014
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The Roaring Fork Valley is awash with fall colors this week.
Basalt puts together a commission to decide on a way to revitalize old town.
Health insurance rates are going down next year for some residents in the Glenwood Springs area. And that’s partly because some doctors and hospitals have agreed to get paid less.
U.S. Senate candidates in Colorado battle it out for the women’s vote in the November election.
And we look at the 35th annual Aspen Film Fest, opening this weekend.