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Artist Tom Sachs and poet Tom Healy are back at Anderson Ranch

June 22, 2017 — When artist Tom Sachs and poet Tom Healy teamed up for a two-day workshop at Anderson Ranch Arts Center last July, they had one simple criterion for students to get in: give your entire life to your art. "You don't have to be a world-famous […]

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Photos: Cochon555’s Heritage Fire live fire culinary festival in Snowmass

June 21, 2017 —

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Snowmass history: Not their first rodeo

June 21, 2017 — The Snowmass Rodeo, now in its 44th year, was started and later directed by Doug McClain, among others, who also later ran an outfitting business with his wife, Holly McClain, from their Moon Run Ranch up Snowmass Creek. He reminisces to his fellow wrangler, Wade, […]

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Marolt: A different kind of fun

June 21, 2017 — I just finished a CrossFit session. It's the hardest workout I've ever done. I'm dead. Tomorrow morning is going to be hell! The day after will be even worse. I'll be so stiff I won't be able to tie my own shoes. Sounds awesome, but […]

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Big weekend of cycling in store for Snowmass Village

June 21, 2017 — Snowmass' cycling season shifts into high gear this weekend when vendors offer demo products, Aspen Skiing Co.'s bike park opens and a group ride will tackle 20 miles of single-track trail circling the village. While many trails around Snowmass Village have been open throughout the […]

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AREDAY brings solution-oriented documentaries to Snowmass Village

June 21, 2017 — There are now 7.4 billion people on Earth. More than a billion of them don't have any electricity. Many don't have enough to meet basic needs like educating children and feeding families. The documentary "Power," which screens Saturday at 2 p.m. at American Renewable Energy […]

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Photos: See-I kicks off Snowmass’ first Thursday concert on Fanny Hill

June 21, 2017 —

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Photos: First Wednesday night Snowmass Rodeo of summer

June 21, 2017 —

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Snowmass trail talks: Ensuring the future of your trails

June 21, 2017 — Editor's note: The Snowmass Sun and the town of Snowmass Parks, Recreation and Trails Department have partnered to launch "Trail Talks," a biweekly series that will explore trail issues, etiquette and rules for shared trail use in the village. Trails maintenance is not as glamorous […]

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Snowmass to host U.S. Grand Prix prior to 2018 Olympics

June 21, 2017 — For the first time in 20 years, Snowmass will be a stop on Olympic hopefuls' road to the PyeongChang Games. Snowmass Village, which celebrates the 50-year anniversary of its ski resort this winter, will host five Olympic-qualifying events via the U.S. Grand Prix from Jan. […]

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Snowmass’ Burnt Mountain trails open today

June 21, 2017 — Today marks the end to the Burnt Mountain wildlife protection closures. Popular Snowmass trails like Tom Blake, Government and more will be open for bikers to enjoy the summer. For more information on trails and trail conditions, visit http://snowmassrecreation.com/198/Trail-Conditions.

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Snowmass adventure center gets final approval from Forest Service

June 20, 2017 — Aspen Skiing Co. secured final approval Tuesday to build a summer adventure center at Snowmass Ski Area that will feature everything from a year-round alpine coaster ride to an expanded trail network for hiking and biking. Skico is calling the adventure center the Lost Forest. […]

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Renewable energy summit packs Snowmass with big thinkers, free events

June 19, 2017 — Roaring Fork Valley resident Chip Comins isn't buying a certain someone's concept that we have to make America great again. "We're already a great country. We don't have to make ourselves great again," said Comins, founder and CEO of the Aspen-based American Renewable Energy Institute. […]

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Introducing Western Daughters – butchers extraordinaire at Heritage Fire

June 17, 2017 — Heritage Fire is underway in Snowmass today, and Kate Kavanaugh and Josh Curtiss are no strangers to the meat-centric event. This is the third time the duo, who own Western Daughters Butcher Shop in Denver, has participated, and this year they are partnering with The Aspen Times […]

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Snowmass snowmaker honored by Colorado Ski Country

June 17, 2017 — Aspen Skiing Co.'s Drew Warren was recognized by Colorado Ski Country USA as the snowmaker of the year in the Colorado ski industry. The trade association for the state's resort presented awards for numerous accomplishments Thursday at its annual convention in Denver. Warren is quickly […]

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Snowmass fire calls: May 31 to June 7

June 13, 2017 — The Snowmass-Wildcat Fire Protection District responded to the following emergency calls from May 31 to June 7. JUNE 1 Gas alarm at a home on Serviceberry Lane. The alarm system was activated by a possible malfunction as no hazardous gas conditions existed. Medical call to […]

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Snowmass history: Striding up hill

June 13, 2017 — "Born with deformed feet, tripped and trampled in her first American road race, and barred for a time from amateur competition, New Zealand track star Anne Audain has come a long way to reach the summit of her chosen sport," The Aspen Times wrote on […]

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Gustafson: Notes from the road

June 13, 2017 — Familiarity isn't a bad thing, but when we drive or walk along the same paths and roadways day in and day out — to the bus, the store, to school and to work, and home again — we sometimes cease to see. We can begin […]

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Marolt: All things considered, Trump’s historically low poll numbers still seem too high

June 13, 2017 — "I could stand in the middle of Fifth Avenue and shoot someone and my supporters would still vote for me." It appears to be one of the few truths President Donald Trump has uttered. It happened a long time ago, before his supporters proved him […]

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Snowmass last shot: Run, Ragnar, run

June 13, 2017 —

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