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Last week’s 10 most-read articles on AspenTimes.com

Without further ado, the articles with the most page views last week. Drum roll …

10. Season slightly better and stable for Aspen Skiing Co. ‘We’re not celebrating by any stretch of the imagination’. 9. Solar revolution coming to Roaring Fork Valley? Company plans to build solar farms, sell panels to Holy Cross customers. 8. Zinman makes unexpected exit from Aspen Music Fest Music director won’t be in Aspen for 2010 summer season. 7. Hanging Lake to close for summer It’s arguably one of the most unique and beautiful hiking trails in the state. 6. Clapper in medically induced coma Aspen native Tommy Clapper remained in a medically induced coma Thursday night at University Hospital in Denver after he suffered cardiac arrest Tuesday while dining at an Aspen restaurant. 5. Stalled Shadowrock project sells in midvalley New developer aims to restart construction this month on first of the remaining 70 units. 4. In the weeds: Cannabis Crown crests in Aspen Medical marijuana conference lights up this weekend. 3. Aspen jury hung on sexual assault, kidnapping charges Gonzalez-Loujun convicted for cocaine possession, intent to distribute. 2. Aspen native Tommy Clapper suffers heart attack Aspen native Tommy Clapper is in a Denver hospital after he suffered a cardiac arrest Tuesday night while dining at Little Annie’s Eating House. 1. That dust on the snow around Aspen is bad, researchers say The red dust blanketing area mountains and virtually every surface in Aspen is a result of oil and gas development and off-road vehicle activity in southeastern Utah, according to David Garbett, staff attorney with Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance.


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