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10.Aspen looks for buy-in at Burlingame RanchFinancial partners sought to fund 167 units in project.9.Sheriff Braudis back home from hospitalPitkin County Sheriff Bob Braudis was released Friday from Aspen Valley Hospital and is expected to return to work in at least three weeks, Undersheriff Joe DiSalvo said. 8.Rahlves goes down hard in Winter X Games wreckAustrian released from hospital after boardercross wreck.7.Snowboarder Kevin Pearce moved to Denver hospitalSnowboarder Kevin Pearce has been transferred to a Denver hospital specializing in brain injuries.6.Skier sues skier over incident at SnowmassA Florida man is suing a Pennsylvania man for allegedly skiing into him at Snowmass Ski Area last year.5.Aspenites finding a way to get bySecond jobs are becoming all too common for locals trying to make ends meet.4.Stage set for yoga instructor sex trial in AspenThe attorney for an Aspen yoga instructor accused of having unlawful sexual contact with two of his clients refused to cut a deal Tuesday with prosecutors because the suspect faces a lifetime on the state’s sex offender registry.3.One bad trip: Aspen Hyatt owner wins at trialSometimes, a vacation in Aspen isn’t all that it’s cracked up to be.2.Living large in Aspen at no chargeThere is such a thing called a free lunch. 1.The worst spot on Highway 82Responders, statistics: east entrance to Snowmass Canyon is icy nightmare.
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The Aspen High School girls soccer team fought off a couple of key injuries to finish in a 1-1 draw with visiting Roaring Fork on Thursday night on the AHS turf. Over in New Castle, Basalt girls soccer edged out Coal Ridge for a 1-0 win.