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Q&A: Mental Health and Covid-19

This week’s live webinar features mental health professionals and advocates to talk about some of the issues surrounding mental health in the current conditions. Our panelists are: Dr. Matt Wong, a clinical psychologist in South Lake Tahoe, Calif.; Deanna Rhodes, executive director of CONNECT Summit County in Park City, Utah; and Phebe Bell, Director of Behavioral Health for the Nevada County Health Department in Grass Valley, Calif.

Q&A: COVID-19 and the Economy

This week’s live webinar focuses on common questions about COVID-19 and its impact on the economy. Our panelists are Martin Shields, professor and Director of the Regional Economics Institute at Colorado State University, and Kat Papenbrock, Rural Opportunity Representative for Western Colorado with the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade.

Coronavirus Webinar, March 19, 2020

Swift Communications newspapers across the Mountain West partnered to host a webinar answering commonly asked questions about coronavirus on Thursday, March 19 at 2 p.m. Mountain Time/1 p.m. Pacific Time.

The webinar featured Glen Mays, chair and a professor in the Department of Health Systems, Management and Policy in the Colorado School of Public Health at University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus.

The Drop-In: Skiing Aspen Mountain and Talking about Skico’s Precautions

The Drop-In: AVSC mogul team takes over

Lots of laughs with the goofy and talented AVSC mogul team, in this Wednesday’s episode of The Drop-In.

The Drop-In: Spring skiing has arrived

There were a fresh 2 inches of snow on Aspen Mountain this morning, but things were still a little funky. Spring skiing has definitely arrived and while the fresh snow was soft and light (for the most part) the stuff underneath was firm and crusty.

Check out the conditions for yourself in today’s episode of The Drop-In.

The Drop-In: Ruthie’s Run on a Bluebird Day

Kelsey takes a couple laps off of Ruthie’s on another beautiful day on Aspen Mountain, in this Friday’s episode of The Drop-In.

The Drop-In: Powder Monday

Mother Nature started things off right in March with a Monday powder day, and the best part … the crowds were low and the snow was light! Aspen Mountain registered 5 inches, Aspen Highlands 6 inches, Buttermilk 3 inches and Snowmass 7 inches.

The Drop-In: friendly competition on the NASTAR course

A little smack talk, some skiing, and a whole lot of fun on today’s episode of The Drop-In. Rose and Kelsey race down the NASTAR course at Aspen Mountain while it’s free!

The Drop-In: Nordic Skiing with Snowmass Tourism

Snowmass Tourism’s Allie and Sara take us Nordic skiing at the cross country center in this takeover episode of The Drop-In.