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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. Aspen musician Bobby Mason recovering after heart attack Longtime local musician Bobby Mason is in University Hospital in Denver after suffering a heart attack Sunday following a performance at the Easter service on top of Aspen Mountain. 9. No one hurt in multiple crashes on icy Owl Creek Icy conditions led to multiple accidents Wednesday morning on Owl Creek Road, including one three-car crash. 8. Fresh snow in Aspen, and a brown undercoating Thick dust, whipped up by high winds and probably blown in from Utah, gave parts of the Roaring Fork Valley a red, muddy rain late Monday, and left Aspen-area ski slopes sporting an off-color layer beneath Tuesday’s powder. 7. Aspen-area elk herd numbers are strong, health is not Habitat, recreation issues a concern, says DOW official. 6. Aspen eyes deterrents to keep commuters out of West End Afternoon rush hour a drain on area residents. 5. Heidi Kloos Experienced alpine guide Heidi Kloos died in an avalanche on Tuesday, March 30, 2010. 4. Aspen-area couple makes two employee units into one Housing board endorses remodeling arrangement. 3. Guitarist Stu Allen debuts with Dark Star Orchestra in Aspen Filling the shoes of Jerry Garcia, the late guitarist of the Grateful Dead, is a tall enough order. 2. Zinman makes unexpected exit from Aspen Music Fest Music director won’t be in Aspen for 2010 summer season. 1. Aspen’s venerable Steak Pit, Double Dog set to close 50-year dining tradition ends in Aspen.


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