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Readers see the lights, like them

The newly lighted Aspen School District athletic field have garnered criticism from residents who think they’re turned on too often, but online readers of The Aspen Times had little simpathy for the naysayers.

Online comments posted by readers included this advice:

There was also this:

Another had plenty to say. An excerpt:

But one reader offered this counterpoint:

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A Sport section article regarding local participation in the 24 Hours of Moab mountainbike race prompted this:

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Regarding news of an open-space deal to preserve Grange Ranch bordering Basalt, one reader offered praise:

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The Roaring Fork Transportation Authority board’s decision to close a new section of the Rio Grande Trail during the winter, and prohibit dogs year-round, sparked response. Said one reader:

On the topic of a Basalt referendum to fund a new library, one reader offered this, in part:

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