Last week’s 10 most-read stories on AspenTimes.com
Big Money leads to big hassles for Aspen Ski Co. and much more.
10.Snowmass couple claims negligence led to carbon monoxide poisoningA part-time Snowmass Village couple claims they were hospitalized with carbon monoxide poisoning because of a local firm’s negligence.9.Ski helmet use surging, but with some resistanceSki helmet use is surging overall and is particularly popular among kids and older folks, but there are still pockets of resistance among some age groups of skiers and riders, according to a national survey by the industry. 8.Charlie Sheen hearing in Aspen postponedA hearing to determine whether actor Charlie Sheen can have contact with his wife, Brooke Mueller Sheen, was vacated Monday.7.Aspen police blotterThe following Aspen police activity was recorded from Dec. 22 through Jan. 6. The arrests do not reflect an indictment or disposition in the cases.6.City officials get an earful about ‘Secrets of Aspen’The premier of VH1’s “Secrets of Aspen” reality TV series has sparked enough hatred of the show that some residents have complained to the city government and questioned how its production could have been allowed.5.Tragic Hwy 82 crash spurs new lawsuitsDamages sought from pilot-car drivers in car-semi accident that killed two.4.A-Basin instructor dies at Steamboat Ski AreaGrace Lynn McNeil, a 23-year-old ski instructor who taught at Arapahoe Basin, was found dead in a tree well at the Steamboat Ski Area Wednesday morning.3.Breaking news: Aspen Skico to purchase Limelight LodgeThe Aspen Skiing Co. will purchase the Limelight Lodge in Aspen from the local family that has run the establishment since the 1960s, the company announced Tuesday.2.Aspen Skico: Mistake made in firing of musicianGig will be offered again to Sheridan. 1.Aspen singer’s ‘Big Money’ hits sour note with SkicoThe song builds to the ultimate point that the loose, spontaneous sense of fun associated with Old Aspen is being squeezed out in favor of a more sterile, artificial social environment.
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