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. Aspen boys come up short in state title game Eyes fixed on the hardwood and hands clutching his shorts, Andrew Papenfus lingered near the foul line as a group of Aspen players headed for the scorer’s table. 9. Aspen pet store owner’s dog banned from CB Paws An Aspen pet store owner’s dog is on a tight leash these days – so tight that the canine can’t visit CB Paws for the next year. 8. Study: Humans are too noisy for nature Loss of habitat, chemical pollution and physical changes to habitat get the lion’s share of attention when it comes to human impacts on wildlife, including extinction. 7. Former Aspen police officer gets $10K in severance, agrees not to sue city Valerie McFarlane, the Aspen police officer who left her post last month, resigned and was given $10,000 from the city as part of a severance package, according to records released Wednesday. 6. Aspen’s Hotel Jerome quietly changes hands Investors who acquired bank note from Lehman Brothers ended up owning hotel. 5. Girl gravely injured in ski crash at Beaver Creek A 13-year-old girl has been declared brain-dead after colliding with a tree while skiing on Beaver Creek Mountain on Sunday, officials said. 4. Snowmobiler crashes, dies near Lenado A 31-year-old Portland, Ore. man died Thursday evening in a snowmobile accident near Lenado, about five miles northwest of Aspen. 3. 35 lawsuits later, judge sends Aspen woman, 68, to jail An Aspen woman who is involved in a combination of 35 local lawsuits and restraining orders was jailed Tuesday following a hearing in Pitkin County Court. 2. Aspen doctor, wife seek order to prevent alleged peeping Housing eligibility feud between former neighbors escalates to the courts. 1. Gary Hubbell: Redneck Tree Hugger The government is really worried about race.

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