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BASALT – The Roaring Fork Club in Basalt has hired Greg Bryan as head golf professional and promoted Lauren Salzer to director of sales and marketing.

Bryan comes to the Roaring Fork Club from the Kauri Cliffs Resort and Lodge in New Zealand. Prior to Kauri Cliffs, he was at Medinah Country Club outside of Chicago and Ardsley Country Club in New York. Bryan is a PGA professional and a graduate of the golf management program at New Mexico State University.

Salzer has been involved in marketing and sales at the Roaring Fork Club since 2005. Prior to her involvement with the club she worked in sales and marketing at Gannett News. Most recently Salzer was the marketing manager for the club, involved in the creation of web strategies, print advertisements, promotional materials, club member communication programs and general marketing. In her new role as the director of sales and marketing she is a part of the membership sales team in addition to her ongoing responsibilities relating to marketing and the overall image of the club.

For more information on the Roaring Fork Club visit

ASPEN – Aspen-based Ryan Investment Management has hired JP Pedinielli as portfolio manager. Pedinielli previously worked for Morgan Stanley (Denver) as a financial advisor.

Pedinielli earned his bachelor’s degree in business and his master’s in finance from the University of Denver. He recently completed Level I of the Chartered Financial Analyst program as well as Level I of the Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst program.

Visit or call 429-1100 for more information.

ASPEN – Premier Care has opened a new office on East Durant Avenue.

The office will be run by Dr. Tim Kruse, former chairman of the department of medicine at Valley View Hospital. Premier Care will have an emphasis on private medicine, also referred to as concierge medicine.

“The major benefit of our private medicine practice is time spent with the physician. Our patients enjoy an unhurried appointment with ample time to cover all medical concerns,” Kruse said in a statement. “Lack of time requires shortcuts. It breeds mediocrity. There is no substitute for time when medical excellence is the goal.”

For more details call 927-8563 or visit

ASPEN – Local FM radio station KNFO announced that it’s replacing the Sean Hannity Show with the Ed Schultz Show. Schultz, a liberal talk show host, will be aired daily from 1-3 p.m.

KNFO also announced the return of Bach Talk, produced by David Bach, daily from 3-4 p.m.

The station has also launched a new e-mail address where listeners can send their feedback:

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