The Drop-In host Anna Stonehouse heads over to Snowmass today to check out conditions over there. Don’t miss the Thanksjibbing rail jam competition at 2:00 today! A local skier previews the course in this edition of The Drop-In but you should check it out!
#AspenOnTheHill-March 9 Sunshine
https://vimeo.com/207671378 Sunny Thursday up on Ajax. Anna Stonehouse enjoys snowboarding in the hot temperatures this morning on the mountain but see for yourself in today’s edition of #AspenOnTheHill.
Anna Stonehouse heads up Ajax on this sunny Saturday to check out the snow conditions. Lots of fun weaving through trees and enjoying the sun with some snow forecast for tomorrow. See for yourself in today’s edition of #AspenOnTheHill.
#AspenOnTheHill-Tuesday, January 3
Happy 2017 everyone!!! We’re starting the year out right with some fresh snow! Aspen Mountain reported 2 inches today but Anna Stonehouse discovered there was much more powder to be found. See for yourself in today’s edition of #AspenOnTheHill.
#AspenOnTheHill – Tuesday, Dec. 27
Michael Bennet, Darryl Glenn spar over bipartisanship, trade and working with constituents
GRAND JUNCTION — Colorado's U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet on Saturday night sparred with Republican challenger Darryl Glenn over bipartisanship and who meets most often with state residents.
Bennet and Glenn were taking part in their first debate with each other at the Club 20 fall meeting here.
If Glenn needed a knockout blow, he got in a few jabs. Bennet "has done a good job representing Washington," Glenn said. "He has not done a good job of representing you."
Bennet challenged Glenn on his statements about refusing to cooperate with Democrats.
The incumbent stepped from behind the lectern to approach the audience in his opening, stressing his efforts at bipartisanship, citing examples such as a federal farm bill, immigration reform and energy development.
"I look forward to continuing our work together," he said. "It's not done yet."
Darryl Glenn’s challenge: Rival Michael Bennet boasts $6.1 million on hand to start July
Democratic U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet starts the race against his Republican rival with more than $6 million in the bank, a huge cash advantage exacerbated by Darryl Glenn's poor fundraising to date.
The Bennet campaign will announce Monday that it raised $2.7 million in the second quarter, boosting the Denver lawmaker's cash-on-hand to $6.1 million as of July 1.
The fundraising total is $1 million more than Bennet posted through June 8 in the pre-primary report, but he continued to spend big dollars. His cash-on-hand June 8 stood at $5.7 million.
Glenn starts July essentially broke. His campaign reported June 8 that it only raised $106,510 since April 1 and had just $50,198 on hand with $16,500 in debt, according to federal campaign finance filings.
In the final days before the June 28 GOP primary, however, he received a $50,300 boost from major donors of $1,000 or more, thanks to support from political allies of Sen. Ted Cruz and Sarah Palin. Only $6,400 of that money came from Colorado.