Last week’s 10 most-read stories on AspenTimes.com
December 7, 2009
Which article got the most views and what else rounded out the top 10?Here’s a preview: Juicy, juicy news about the White House Party Crashers’ visit to Aspen last year | The developer who promises to bring a Whole Foods to Basalt has lost control of a Chicago job | 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
10.Willits developer loses control of Chicago jobJoseph Freed & Associates remains optimistic about bringing Whole Foods to Basalt.9.Aspen’s Klaus Obermeyer turns 90Icon plans to celebrate his birthday, where else, on Aspen Mountain. 8.Snowmass landlord looks for new Base Village restaurant operatorViceroy may be a potential fill-in at Junk and Liquid Sky.7.Rockslide being cleared from I-70 in Glenwood CanyonA rockslide in Glenwood Canyon early Friday morning was expected to be cleared from the westbound lanes of Interstate 70 by about 7 a.m., according to the Colorado State Patrol. One lane was open to travel.6.Plum TV releases footage of party crashers in AspenThe Salahi couple’s stay in Aspen has turned into a media event in its own right – nearly one year after they came here for a snow polo tournament, and more than a week after they crashed a White House party.5.Aspen man finally removes the junk from his yardAfter a warning from city officials to clean up the junk in his yard, an Aspen man appeared before a municipal judge earlier this month for a ruling on the matter.4.One of the last of the valley’s old-time ranchers passes awayFreda Glassier spent most of her 93 years ranching in Emma area.3.Aspen-Snowmass ski season shaping up as uphill battleResort will have to fight just to match last ski season’s recession-racked performance.2.Austrian police arrest former Aspen socialite; she’s wanted on murder chargesAspen socialite-turned-fugitive Pamela Phillips has been captured. 1.White House party crashers made mark in AspenInfamous couple trotted out of Aspen with an alleged $19,500 snow polo bill.