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

10.Foreclosure steps taken on Snowmass lotsThe 17 free-market lots at Sinclair Meadows have gone into foreclosure, according to public records. 9.University looking to sell Given Institute in AspenVice chancellor says university can no longer afford to subsidize think tank.8.Police release description, image of Basalt robberBasalt police on Tuesday released the image and description of a robbery suspect who held up a manager of the Basalt 7-Eleven at knifepoint early Dec. 19.7.Valley loses another link to its ranching rootsAlmeda Duroux, mother of Basalt mayor, grew up on farms in Emma.6.Aspen’s Limelight Lodge seeks capital for survivalMoney problems at Aspen’s Limelight Lodge has prompted its owners to look for more financing.5.Frozen coyote found near SiltIt might be called the Mystery of the Stiff Coyote, if it were a suspense novel.4.Carbon monoxide poisoning nearly claims Basalt coupleMan, woman found unconscious in bed by another couple sharing unit.3.Aspen cops blotter: DUIs and drugsThe following Aspen police activity was recorded from Dec. 10-22. The arrests do not reflect an indictment or disposition in the cases.2.Mariah Carey gives neglected kids a big gift in AspenSinger rents Aspen rec center to throw a holiday party for 35 kids from Denver. 1.Charlie Sheen jailed in Aspen after alleged domestic disputeActor catches plane to L.A. after hearing.


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