Mountain Edition - March 12th, 2015

Mar 12, 2015

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The current superintendent of schools for the Roaring Fork School District will stay on board. The decision comes after contention in the community.

Since the recession, Basalt has gained back low-paying jobs. A report details a tough scenario for home ownership.

Dozens of people went before Aspen City Council this week, weighing in on their favorite proposal to occupy the former Aspen Art Museum.

Tension remains between animal advocates and the new owners of Krabloonik Dog Sledding in Snowmass Village.

State lawmakers have reached the half-way point of the legislative session. In the coming months, they will need to pass a balanced budget.

Congressman Scott Tipton says more should be done for Western Slope communities still grappling with tough economies.

Finally, it’s the second year professional snowboarders are throwing tricks on a one-of-a-kind double pipe at Buttermilk.