Last week’s 10 most-read articles on |

Last week’s 10 most-read articles on

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

10. Basalt wants changes to proposed river center Majority of town board seeks alterations in size, design, or both. 9. Aspen mayor’s on the mend He broke several bones that required surgery, including one to place a plate in his shoulder, punctured a lung and suffered extensive road rash on his arms, head and back. 8. Race for state Senate seat a backyard battle District 5 contest features two Aspen-Snowmass candidates. 7. Polis: No Hidden Gems legislation expected soon “This is our land. Let’s figure out how we can use it,” the freshman Democrat said. 6. Food & Wine puts Aspen summer in high gear Lodges report stronger bookings than in 2009. 5. Peeling the layers of the Red Onion’s nine lives in Aspen The Red Onion has nine lives – and each one, it seems, is filled with characters and stories that tell a tale of the times. 4. Teen dies while climbing 14er in southern Colorado An 18-year-old hiker has died in a fall while climbing 14,000-foot mountain in southern Colorado. 3. Chase ends with crash at Aspen golf course Mark Vandeleuv’s brief taste of freedom was long enough to allegedly crash a friend’s vehicle into the Aspen golf course, and go back to jail. 2. Body found near Carbondale A man was found dead west of Carbondale, just off Highway 82, Wednesday afternoon. 1. Date rape drink coasters will be distributed in Aspen By putting a few drops of a drink on to the coasters, users can see if their cocktail has been spiked if the coaster changes colors.

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