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  • These stories are part of a series looking at where water and wildfire intersect in the West, produced by Aspen Public Radio, KUNC, KJZZ, KHOL, Wyoming Public Radio, and supported by a grant from the Walton Family Foundation.
  • 00000176-6d2a-dc2f-ad76-6d2a4fb10001La misión de la radio pública de Aspen es ofrecer noticias e información confiables para todos los oyentes del valle Roaring Fork. Estamos dando más noticias en español para nuestra comunidad gracias a un subsidio de la Iniciativa de Ayuda de Emergencia al Periodismo de Google News y a través de una asociación con la estación de radio en idioma español Radio La Tricolor.Servicios de traducción son proporcionados por Elizabeth Velasco con Global Language Services.
  • Aspen Public Radio takes you there - whether you are in the Valley or miles away. With special coverage of breaking news events.
  • The Grand Traverse is a ski mountaineering race, from Crested Butte to Aspen. Beginning at midnight, racers ascend 7800 vertical feet and trek 37 miles... crossing the finish line at the base of Ajax. Ahead of the March 25th event, Aspen Public Radio’s Alycin Bektesh caught up with teams that are hoofing it for a bigger cause. To check out the full story on these teams, click here.
  • Valley Voices is your source for ideas, arts, culture and more from local bloggers, journalists and writers.There is currently no content classified with this term.
  • There are two candidates for mayor and six for three council seats. The election is April 5. The candidates all answered a series of questions posed by Aspen Public Radio. Here are their responses.If you would like to ask any of the candidates a question, please email it to us by clicking here.
  • For this primary election, voters can only choose one candidate. The two with the most votes advance to the November election, according to the Home Rule Charter. Greg Poschman, Scott Writer and Hawk Greenway, all longtime valley residents, are vying for the seat. It is currently held by Michael Owsley, who has to step down because of term limits.A polling place will be set up at the Aspen Jewish Community Center for early voting from June 20 to June 27. Ballots returned in the mail should be sent eight days prior to the election deadline — 7 p.m. on Tuesday, June 28.
  • Aspen Public Radio partners with the Aspen Ideas Festival to broadcast select events and speakers to our listeners everywhere!
  • This is the first contested race for the board of directors at the hospital in six years. Aspen Valley Hospital (AVH) canceled two previous ones because no one applied, except the incumbents. For this election, there are seven candidates running for two open seats.The candidates all answered a series of questions posed by Aspen Public Radio. Here are their responses.Ballots must be returned to AVH's administration office by 7 p.m. on May 3. They can be mailed or dropped off in person.
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