Last week’s 10 most-read stories on AspenTimes.com
10.Ski resorts creep closer to $100 lift ticketAspen says it won’t top the mark; Vail hasn’t determined holiday pricing yet.9.Review: Astounding ‘Avatar’ sets new standardhave seen the future of movies, and it is “Avatar.” 8.A unique look for El JebelEl Jebel is a unique place, and now it’s going to get a unique look.7.Hotel Jerome foreclosure in Aspen off the tableThe Hotel Jerome will not be sold in a foreclosure auction because of a settlement made between the downtown Aspen landmark’s owner and lender, according to an announcement made Wednesday.6.Aspen burglary victim nabbed on drug suspicionAn Aspen man whose home was burglarized in September was arrested Tuesday, two months after police went to his home to return some stolen items and unearthed an alleged stash of illegal drugs.5.Former Aspen residents accused of loans scamCourt order freezes Florida couple’s accounts.4.Alleged abuse at Krabloonik in Snowmass will go to DASnowmass Village police will forward the results of an investigation into an allegation of animal cruelty at Krabloonik, a commercial dogsledding operation, to the district attorney’s office, Police Chief Art Smythe said Monday.3.New grocer opens doors at Aspen Business CenterThe eagerly anticipated Roxy’s grocery store opened for business this week at the Aspen Business Center, giving locals another option for food selection that ranges from products produced in the valley to specialty items that can’t be found at other Aspen markets.2.Viceroy: A new cornerstone at SnowmassNew hotel part of an aging resort’s renaissance. 1.Frozen coyote found near Siltt might be called the Mystery of the Stiff Coyote, if it were a suspense novel.
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A management plan for the Marolt Open Space guides the city to largely leave it alone, although a feasibility study will be done for a potential bike park on the south side of the property.