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Local Newscasts

Local Newscasts

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.
  • On today's newscast: Grand Valley High School offered Latine students a serape to wear for graduation, Pitkin County and the White River National Forest are expanding some of their agreements on watershed health to studying beavers, Aspen Skiing Company is nearing a settlement agreement with a restaurant employee over a lawsuit he filed last year, and more.
  • On today's newscast: Memorial Day marks the unofficial start to summer for many people, and local watershed advocates are watching to see if this year will be a wet year, or a dry one, Major traffic delays are coming to Highway 82 next month due to road work in Snowmass Canyon, Grand Junction’s Dr. Barbara Zind talked about her experience in Gaza, and more.
  • On today's newscast: Three cultural organizations hope to build deed-restricted housing on the Aspen Meadows campus, Glenwood Springs High School seniors are preparing for graduation this weekend, but many are still undecided about what they’re doing next year, Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials are warning people to be extra cautious when they head out to recreate on the water this Memorial Day weekend, and more.
  • On today's newscast: The EPA says that the level of heavy metals in Lincoln Creek can be poisonous to aquatic life and habitat, The Roaring Fork School District Board approved the school district’s collaborative bargaining contract with the local teachers’ union last night, A celebration this weekend will honor the 40th anniversary of the grand reopening of the Wheeler Opera House, and more.
  • On today's newscast: Basalt voters have rejected the Midland Avenue project ballot measure, Grand Junction pediatrician Barbara Zind will be giving a talk in Glenwood Springs tomorrow about her time in Gaza, the Aspen/Pitkin County Airport is scheduled to reopen tomorrow at 7 p.m. after a three-week closure for pavement maintenance, and more.
  • On today's newscast: Marshall Eanes, a 23-year old resident of Carbondale, died Sunday after a motorcycle accident on Highway 82, a paddleboarder died at Harvey Gap this weekend, The Aspen School District and Aspen Education Association reached an agreement in contract negotiations for the teacher union’s compensation and collective bargaining agreements and more.
  • On today's newscast: Glenwood Springs City Council will not approve changes to city zoning for duplexes in residential neighborhoods, a mudslide shut down Highway 82 on Sunday, Roaring Fork Schools Chief Financial Officer Nathan Markham has announced his resignation, and more.
  • On today's newscast: Roaring Fork School District announced it’s cutting its music programming next year, Aspen Film’s Isis Theatre continues its series of movies in Spanish this month, three final candidates are running for the next fire chief in Glenwood Springs, and more.
  • On today's newscast: Pitkin County officials hope for “Outstanding Waters” designation for four streams, Aspen High School celebrates College Decision Day, two candidates are running for one open seat on the Holy Cross Energy Board, and more.
  • On today's newscast: Colorado is poised to outlaw cellphone use while driving, officials are warning boaters at Ruedi Reservoir to be aware of invasive species to prevent a future infestation, a revamped version of the “Mount Sopris Run-Off” will take place this Sunday, it's "Bonedale Bike Week" in Carbondale, and more.