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Mountain Edition - December 4th, 2014

Dec 4, 2014

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Aspen City Council decides to take up lodging incentives again-- but much more cautiously.

Garfield County Commissioners suggest alternate routes for energy companies to reach leases on the contested Thompson Divide.

And the Glenwood Springs Police Department aims to crack down on people who don’t lock up their trash from bears.

The USA Pro Challenge announces Aspen will be included again in its route for 2015, only this time it won’t be the start.

Pitkin County is taking comments about how to manage a stretch of mid-Valley open space.

And, it’s not clear yet whether the county’s airport will be affected by a massive airport funding mistake by the state.

On the Front Range, Governor Hickenlooper apologizes for a bloody massacre of Native Americans at Sand Creek.