The blizzards of January and February seem like distant dreams to Colorado water managers. What started as a promising year for water supply — with above-average snowpack as of April 1 — ended Sept. 30 with the entire state in some level of drought.
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How do you feel about the weather outlook for this ski season?
- So so. It'll probably be an average year. (35%, 6 Votes)
- Panicked. And the ski industry should be, too. (35%, 6 Votes)
- A little concerned. It needs to start snowing now. (18%, 3 Votes)
- Good. There has to be some redeeming quality to 2020, right? (12%, 2 Votes)
Total Voters: 17
A local movement protesting systemic racism and oppression in America marched into its third weekend in Aspen on Saturday. Led by the local group Roaring Fork Show Up, demonstrators issued calls of “Black Lives Matter,” “white silence is violence,” “no justice, no peace,” and “defund the police.”
COVID-19 has disrupted our education system, how schools are meeting student needs, and what’s being put in place to address gaps in resources. Featuring Phil Qualman, superintendent of Eagle County Schools, and Jay Hamric, Director…