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Valley Roundup: Dec. 15, 2017


This week, Basalt's Pan and Fork property is back in the news: The developer is out, the landowner is angry, and the town council is shaking its head. Latino families in the Roaring Fork Valley are discovering public education isn’t their only choice here. Also,Snowmass turns 50 this weekend.

Joining host Wyatt Orme are Scott Condon, reporter for The Aspen Times, Cindy Hirschfeld, the editor-in-chief of Aspen Sojourner Magazine and John Stroud, reporter for the Glenwood Springs Post Independent.  



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