Mountain Edition - April 21st, 2016
Good afternoon, it’s Mountain Edition.
Colorado Mountain College is holding off on a plan to raise prices for ESL and GED classes.
It’s an especially tough time of year for homeless folks in the upper valley.
Five Point is back in Carbondale this weekend, with a lot more films by women.
A Basalt woman requests a review of the town’s spring election.
New data show a childcare shortage in Pitkin County is going to get worse.
Once again, Aspen says goodbye to Little Annie’s.
And longtime Forest Service spokesman Bill Kight signs off.
That’s coming up on Mountain Edition.