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10. Truckee skier C.R. Johnson killed in ski accident at Squaw ValleyHe was 26.9. Powder daze in AspenSnows bring out crowds, boost February snowfall totals to near average. 8. Promoter trying to land Phish for TellurideReady your Hula-Hoops.7. Aspen avalanche victim ‘lived to ski the backcountry’Body of John Kelley recovered above Ashcroft.6. Polecats in CarbondaleLocal women get fit, get wild.5. Two skiers caught, one hurt in Aspen-area avalancheTwo men were caught in a skier-triggered avalanche off the west side of Aspen Mountain Friday afternoon and one was seriously injured.4. Lawsuit: Rapper went psycho on Aspen nightclub patronCognac, whiskey, a hip-hop artist and an Aspen nightclub are at the heart of a personal injury lawsuit filed Thursday in Aspen.3. Aspen-area avalanche victim ID’d as local carpenterThe backcountry skier who died Tuesday in an avalanche south of Aspen has been identified as local carpenter John Joseph Kelley.2. Team recovers skier’s body from avalanche near AspenThe individual was found Wednesday by a canine search team in the debris field of a large avalanche. 1. Local skier missing after avalanche near Aspen-area hutA local skier was missing after an avalanche occurred Tuesday afternoon near one of the Aspen area’s most popular backcountry huts.
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