Last week’s 10 most-read stories on AspenTimes.com
November 23, 2009
Which article got the most views and what else rounded out the top 10?Here’s a preview: A local woman’s very mysterious death leaves few clues and has authorities following diverging theories | The Aspen Skico is learning just how weak the dollar is as it puts together a cash purse for this week’s World Cup ski race | AND MUCH MOREFrom the joyous to the tragic, the AspenTimes.com Top 10 is a weekly recap of our best local stories. Check out the complete list and e-mail your favorite to email@example.com.
10.Plea deal reached in fired Aspen cop’s caseCrowley pleads guilty to reckless driving; DWAI and weapons charges are dropped.9.Aspen’s Louis Vuitton lights upCity official says lit window display complies with code. 8.Aspen man gets plea deal in federal pot trafficking caseAs part of a plea deal with the federal government, an Aspen truck driver pleaded guilty to one charge of conspiring to distribute marijuana for a drug trafficking ring that spanned from Arizona to Wisconsin.7.A dollar isn’t what it used to be for Aspen Skiing Co.Let’s be franc – the weak dollar isn’t what it used to be, as the Aspen Skiing Co. is learning.6.Woman found dead in AspenA citizen reported the woman at about 10:30 a.m., according to Aspen police. 5.Carbondale man dead, 3 injured in Vail bar shootingWitness says ‘irate’ man opened fire.4.Probe into Aspen woman’s death shifts focus after discoveryThe investigation into the recent death of an Aspen woman took a twist Friday night when a detective discovered traces of blood on a sprinkler head in close proximity to where her body was found.3.Woman found dead in Aspen died of head injuryPolice chief: ‘We can’t rule out anything’.2.Police looking for clues in Aspen woman’s deathLurie, 54, made Aspen home about 35 years ago, friends said, working as a waitress and cook at the Elks Lodge and previously holding down stints at the Hickory House and the now-defunct O’Leary’s pub, among other jobs. 1.Empty spaces in Aspen Vacancy rate in Aspen’s commercial core reaches an all-time high.