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Aspen Public Radio broadcasts live local and regional news throughout the daily broadcast of Morning Edition, exploring topics and issues which affect the lives and interests of those who live, work, and play here in the Roaring Fork Valley. Below you can find a compilation of each morning’s newscasts presented as a single file, which is generally posted daily by 10 a.m. You can also subscribe to the “Aspen Public Radio Newscast” as a podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or Stitcher.

Wednesday, November 2

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On today's newscast, we’ve got updates from Pitkin County’s budget process, a tax proposal in Glenwood Springs, public health updates from around the region and more.

Here’s some of the highlights: Pitkin County will continue paying into a local nonprofit’s program that provides grants, rebates and other energy efficiency advice for residents and businesses. Voters in Glenwood Springs are deciding whether they want to increase the city’s lodging tax to fund workforce housing. The federal government has approved nearly $70 million to cover some of Colorado's pandemic costs. And the CDC wants to survey the mental health of teenagers nationally.

Tune in for these stories and more every weekday morning on our website, or wherever you get your podcasts.

Also posted today: Aspen Public Radio’s Halle Zander sat down with two Pitkin County Sheriff candidates to chat about their platform and their plans. You can find those interviews with incumbent Joe DiSalvo and challenger Michael Buglione on our website and podcast platforms everywhere.