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Aspen Public Radio Staff

  • Today's newscast explores the omicron variant in Colorado, a late season fire in Montana, a contested Lithium mine in Oregon, and the recent sale of the Aspen Meadows.
  • Today's newscast explores the county's approval of a liquor license for Buckhorn Cabin, repairs on I-70, snow conditions, and the disappearance of the ski bum.
  • Today's newscast explores the Aspen Times recent sale to Ogden Newspapers, the first draft of a wolf reintroduction plan, a possible liquor license for Buckhorn cabin, and how the new federal infrastructure law could help firefighters.
  • Today's newscast explores the Aspen School District's upcoming meeting, the cost of oil and gas drilling on federal lands, the impact of myths about alcoholism and Native Americans, and more.
  • Today's newscast explores a staffing crisis at Aspen Valley Hospital, road work on I-70 in Glenwood Canyon, the UN acknowledges climate change as a public health threat, and more.
  • Today's newscast explores the first day of the ski season at the top of Aspen Mountain, an update on recent COVID-19 outbreaks at local schools, a new report showing employment in our region is still lagging behind, the latest climate and drought data, and more.
  • Today's newscast explores the latest on opening day at Aspen Mountain and Snowmass, expected delays on I-70 in Glenwood Canyon over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, why cutting down your own Christmas tree this year could help avoid supply chain issues, the latest on wolf reintroduction in Colorado, and more.
  • Today's newscast explores Denver's new mask mandate, COVID-19 case numbers in the Roaring Fork Valley, a significant increase in local lodge bookings from this time last year, a new study that shows snow levels can have a big impact on wildfire recovery, and more.
  • Today's newscast explores the latest COVID-19 forecast as Thanksgiving travel picks up, new funds from Biden's infrastructure bill aimed at preventing wildfires, why cannabis taxes are slowing down, a Boulder high school graduate soon-to-be the first black woman to live and work at the international space station, and more.
  • Today's newscast explores what ski terrain is officially opening at Aspen Mountain and Snowmass on Thursday, the agenda for the Aspen City Council work session tonight, an update on a controversial civil war monument at the state Capitol, why electoral maps in many Western states are leaving Latinos behind, and more.