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. Reflecting on 2009 in Aspen There aren’t many Aspenites who will remember 2009 as a great year. 9. Aspen ready to party in March Aspen loves to party, and there will be plenty of opportunities throughout March. It tuckers a person out just looking at the schedule. 8. Ranger cites snowmobiler for allegedly poaching Aspen Wilderness The U.S. Forest Service’s Aspen-Sopris Ranger District issued its first ticket of the season to a snowmobiler riding in a Wilderness area last weekend, forest protection ranger Kevin Warner said Wednesday. 7. Snowmass man arrested in Glenwood after high-speed pursuit Police were surprised that the driver who crashed his sport-utility vehicle into a parked car Sunday night following a high-speed pursuit with Glenwood Springs Police sustained only minor injuries. 6. WIN Institute concept survives tough times Tenants ‘step up’ while founder tries to recover financial footing.5. Whole Foods inks new deal at Willits in Basalt Whole Foods Market has signed a new agreement to open a grocery store at Willits Town Center in Basalt, a source close to the negotiations said Friday. 4. Rescuers aid stranded skiers outside Snowmass Ski Area Rescuers helped a group of seven skiers find their way out of the backcountry Saturday after they became lost outside the Snowmass Ski Area..3.Young, malnourished bear rescued off Aspen Mountain An underweight, yearling black bear, found Monday on the back of Aspen Mountain, is now under the care of a wildlife rehabilitation center near Silt.2.No secret: ‘Secrets of Aspen’ reality show isn’t a hit Low ratings just one indicator that ‘Secrets of Aspen’ won’t be back. 1. Two skiers caught, one hurt in Aspen-area avalanche Two men were caught in a skier-triggered avalanche off the west side of Aspen Mountain Friday afternoon and one was seriously injured.
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