Aspen-area residents felt a small earthquake Saturday night that occurred nearly nearly 8 miles away, south of Ruedi Reservoir, an official with the U.S. Geological Survey said Sunday morning.
Myths and misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines are rampant and Pitkin County public health officials are trying to get out the truth in an effort to convince more people to be vaccinated and better protect the community.
It’s a seller’s market in the used vehicle industry.
Aspen firefighters want more leadership and communication in the organization, based on results of an internal survey.
The Little Nell in Aspen announced Friday it will host a Culinary Fest from June 17-20. The four days of food- and wine-centered events run over what has historically served as the kick-off to summer…
Helicopter operations, traffic holds set for I-70 in Glenwood Canyon to repair damage from Grizzly Creek Fire
The Colorado Department of Transportation will oversee helicopter operations in Glenwood Canyon on Wednesday and then again April 21 to repair damage from the Grizzly Creek Fire.
Before the pandemic hit, Ana Posada, 60, decided to take English lessons in preparation for interviews to obtain her U.S. citizenship. She started classes with English in Action, a local nonprofit in the Roaring Fork…
Sometimes, to grind out a win, a team has to be a bit stubborn and stick to its principles. That was the approach for coach Pat Engle and Glenwood Springs, which rallied late to upset top-ranked Basalt on Friday, winning 21-14.
RFTA is offering its 385 employees a $500 bonus to get the COVIDS-19 vaccine. So far, only about 60 percent have got their shot or shots.
The National Standard Racing’s Platinum division finals were a family affair at Snowmass on Saturday. Siblings appeared on the start lists for the head-to-head, bracketed finals and families linked up to form intergenerational cheer squads.
After a quiet 2020 amid the novel coronavirus pandemic and the historic cancellation of last summer’s in-person season, the Aspen Music Festival and School announced a 52-day, 150-event lineup for July and August.
Pitkin County will demobilize the weekly mass vaccination clinics its been holding in another month in favor of smaller, more accessible sites.
Rockfall mitigation work will impact traffic on Highway 133 between Carbondale and McClure Pass throughout 2021.
UPDATE: The Garfield County Sheriff’s Office reports shortly after 10 p.m. that the accident on eastbound 1-70 near Dotsero has been cleared. Traffic is starting to move at exit 116 in Glenwood Springs. As of…
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Once the Aspen High School defense woke up — random 4 p.m. kickoffs need some getting used to — the Skiers were able to dictate Saturday’s football game en route to a 22-7 victory over visiting Steamboat Springs on the AHS turf.
Aspen School District Superintendent David Baugh is “exploring a number of meeting options” to gather community input on proposed changes to the 2021-22 academic calendar after the Board of Education tabled a vote on the calendar.
The Glenwood Springs Fire Department quickly contained a brush fire with high potential to spread near the Three Mile footbridge Friday afternoon.
Oregon’s Laurenne Ross and New Castle’s Alice McKennis Duran both announced their retirement in recent days and celebrated together during Saturday’s downhill. McKennis Duran is a local namesake who grew up skiing at Sunlight in Glenwood and formerly trained with the AVSC.