One of downtown Aspen’s oldest restaurants and a local’s favorite will close for good on Nov. 5, according to social media posts.
With human-bear conflicts on the rise - in just the past year, three people were injured by black bear attacks in the Aspen area alone - Colorado Parks and Wildlife is preparing to update its bear management plan, and they are asking for public input on the proposed management alternatives.
Vaccine will be needed to enter some of Aspen Skiing Co.’s indoor properties, but not for lift access
Because of rising COVID cases in Pitkin County and the state, proof of vaccination will be required this ski season for guests in certain indoor Aspen Skiing Co. venues and certain activities, Skico announced Wednesday, but not for lift access.
The parents of the 6 year old killed at Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park while riding the Haunted Mine Drop earlier this year filed a wrongful death civil action lawsuit seeking “economic and non-economic” damages.
The number of COVID-19 cases in Pitkin County has not dropped in the past two weeks, despite the fact that offseason is in full effect and most tourists have gone home.
Roaring Fork Valley residents have an opportunity to give their opinion on the current level of tourism activity in surveys being conducted for the local tourism offices.
Snowmass Village officials are urging pet owners to practice extra caution with their pets this season after a series of recent wildlife conflicts, according to Animal Services Officer Lauren Martenson.
A local man who admitted to his role in a burglary and a string of car thefts earlier this year was given a significant chance to turn his life around Tuesday.
The Pitkin County Sheriff's Office is taking the lead in trying to close a gaping hole in the investigation of crimes in the upper Roaring Fork Valley by purchasing license plate-reading cameras likely to be used at the chokepoint entry and exits to Aspen.
There are a number of factors in play for a huge spike in project costs assocated with the Snowmass transit center.
Skiers will be issued one of six limited edition passes of Paolo Pivi’s polar bear sculptures. Sculptures will also be installed on Aspen Mountain and Snowmass Ski Area.
Summer in Snowmass may have felt busier than usual this year because of increased weekday visitation.
Two years have passed since the AHS mountain bike team has had the chance to defend its championship. But the wait ends this weekend in Durango, the final races of the Colorado Cycling League season. Competing as a composite team with Basalt, there is belief a repeat championship is within reach.
Plans underway to make newly acquired Sweetwater Lake area newest Colorado state park; first state-federal partnership of its kind
The recently acquired land around Sweetwater Lake in remote northeastern Garfield County is set to become the newest Colorado state park, the first state-federal partnership of its kind.
Aspen nonprofit aims to boost exposure by attending major international climate conference in Scotland.
A look back at the homecoming heyday of make-believe college for the “perennial college kids of Aspen.”
A brief check-in on a proposed roundabout during budget review talks veered into a half-hour detour into the details of proposed intersection improvements at Owl Creek and Brush Creek roads during a long-haul Snowmass Village Town Council meeting on Oct. 18.
A documentary about Crow artist Earl Biss, of Aspen, leads the lineup of the 2021 Shining Mountains Film Festival.
A ‘sweet spot’ for Sweetwater Lake: Polis unveils plans to make newly-acquired area newest state park
Standing atop a rocky overhang with snowcapped peaks behind him, a pristine mountain lake below and an impossibly blue sky overhead, Gov. Jared Polis quoted American naturalist Henry David Thoreau as he announced Colorado’s newest state park at Sweetwater Lake.