Last week’s 10 most-read stories on AspenTimes.com
December 1, 2009
Which article got the most views and what else rounded out the top 10?Here’s a preview: A bizarre twist brings seemingly resolves a tragic mystery | The Krabloonik dogsled operation is again making negative headlines | 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.Abuse alleged at Snowmass dogsled operationSnowmass Village police are investigating a report of animal cruelty at Krabloonik, the embattled commercial dogsledding operation at the resort.9.Aspen falls to Faith ChristianAspen gave the state’s best team a stiff test Saturday. 8.Aspen’s Hotel Jerome going back in time with 120th birthday galaNever mind what Jack Nicholson used to do in the Hotel Jerome’s kitchen, Hunter S. Thompson’s rituals on the tables of the J-Bar, or the pick-up scene that carries on to this day.7.Aspen cops blotterThe following Aspen police activity was recorded Nov. 13-24..6.Aspen election commission under fire over e-mail exchangesPrivate communications raise ethical and legal questions.5.High on hoops in AspenCoach Steve Ketchum expects another big year.4.Basalt retailer digging deep to surviveOwner of green department store relies on extra effort, humor to ride out recession.3.Aspen home, dubbed ‘Stonehenge,’ draws ire of neighborsOngoing construction of home prompts city to change its regulations.2.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. 1.Police: Aspen woman’s death was likely accidentalA new autopsy report will recommend that the death of longtime Aspen resident Cheryl Ann Lurie was an accident, police said Monday.