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This video of Colorado's mascot shooting himself below the belt with a t-shirt cannon is A LOT

Hello, this video of Colorado's Buffalo mascot shooting himself with a t-shirt cannon has put me in tears for over five minutes, and I think you all need to watch this, too: A couple big takeaways here - poor Chip the Buffalo - the official name for Colorado's mascot (not Ralphie, the real, live bu

SB NATION - 2018-09-19 21:12:41

Prosecutors aim to keep how Colorado mom, girls died secret

"Shanann Watts, Bella Watts and Celeste Watts were murdered and their bodies moved from the initial crime scene," Rourke wrote in the request. "There is a great deal of interest surrounding this case and at this time, the cause of the deaths has not been made public. Consequently, the observations a

ABC13 HOUSTON - 2018-09-19 11:07:00

Why an ‘industrial hemp’ question on Colorado’s ballot is important to a fledgling agricultural industry - The Colorado Independent

Imagine if Colorado, a pioneer in the nation for legalized marijuana, ended up locked out of a competitive advantage if the federal government relaxes its own rules for growing hemp. You can almost hear Alanis Morissette adding a verse to her famoussong.

COLORADOINDEPENDENT.COM - 2018-09-18 18:45:06

Bear injures hiker walking dog at state park in Colorado

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RADIO EGYPT - 2018-09-20 00:00:00

Man loses home in RV fire

After a fire engulfed an RV in Carbondale, a Carbondale & Rural Fire Protection District firefighter explains what happened to a young onlooker Monday evening. Carbondale resident Fred Smith, who had been living in the vehicle, said he was trying to replace the radio when sparks ignited the fire aro

ASPEN DAILY NEWS - 2018-09-19 08:00:00

Teen with three felony incidents gets four years’ probation

Kaden GustinKaden Gustin — a teenager who was arrested in November for stealing thousands of dollars’ worth of high-end items from his employer and then again in March for taking thousands in cash from a woman who befriended him — was sentenced Monday in Pitkin County District Court to four years of

ASPEN DAILY NEWS - 2018-09-18 09:00:00

Colorado Rockies: The top 5 Rockies games from the 2018 season (so far)

While the Colorado Rockies have had (so far) one of their worst road trips of the season at seemingly the worst possible time, there are still been plenty of good things to look back upon this season.AsColorado Rockiesfans, it feels like we need something good right now, so I decided to look back at

ROXPILE.COM - 2018-09-19 14:32:53

City of Aspen's office space shuffle begins

The city of Aspen’s office space shuffle is about to begin, thanks to Pitkin County’s community development department moving out of city hall and into the county’s newly remodeled and expanded administration building on Main Street.That leaves open roughly 1,800 square feet on the third floor of th

ASPEN DAILY NEWS - 2018-09-18 09:00:00

Appraisal shows that city of Aspen would pay premium for space at 517 Hopkins

An appraiser has valued a Hopkins Avenue property the city of Aspen may purchase for office space at $3 million to $5 million less than the contract price negotiated with developer Mark Hunt.Randy Gold of the Aspen Appraisal Group concluded that the 21,400 square feet the city would buy in a new bui

ASPEN DAILY NEWS - 2018-09-19 01:08:00

Aspen on the Hill: Zombie people of the Rio Grande Trail

People-watching is a time-honored tradition in Aspen, where man furs and high-heel hikers are seasonal species. But a mystery presented itself to me in recent months, as I found myself people-watching at sun-up on the Rio Grande Trail.This summer I got in the habit of going for a dawn run. I'd wake


90 Seconds of Aspen - Jeremy Swanson

Ever wondered what it takes to capture beautiful, unique views of the valley? On this episode of 90 seconds of Aspen, Jeremy Swanson tells us his tricks for getting off the beaten path.

ASPEN DAILY NEWS - 2018-09-18 08:00:00

Bull moose, mama moose and babies

A bull moose waits in the wings (left) as a mother moose and her two yearlings slumber in the shade just out of sight east of Aspen Male moose are in rut between mid September and early October, hoping to mate before the fall weather turns. These photos were taken from a safe distance with a zoom le


Menter: ‘Build soil or die,’ or get your priorities in order

Paul MenterSustainable. It’s a word we frequently use offhandedly. It gives us a good feeling. If we are involved in something “sustainable” we have our priorities in order. We are part of something good. The resources we are using are being replaced at a rate sufficient to guarantee perpetuity, or

ASPEN DAILY NEWS - 2018-09-19 10:00:00

Man pulls gun on Colorado deputies during traffic stop, dramatic body camera video shows

TheDouglas County Sheriff's Office saidthe incident happened Aug. 31, when a vehicle was pulled over on Highway 85 in Sedalia, located about 20 miles south of Denver.

FOX NEWS - 2018-09-18 15:52:59

Aspen Parent Action Committee Demands Culture Change at ASD

Though it was a standing room only crowd, the board was read a list of reasons why others feared attending to speak against the ASD administration. Those who did take the stand during public comment raised concerns regarding test scores, teacher turn over, and an administration that has a reputation


Study: Colorado has one of best anti-bullying programs in country

A recent report on state anti-bullying policies and practices ranks Colorado’s anti-bullying laws as the third best among those surveyed and fourth best for its bullying impact and treatment practices.According to consumer financial website WalletHub, one child in the U.S. is bullied every seven min

WATCHDOG.ORG - 2018-09-18 15:41:00

Aspen man accused of killing pedestrian on Highway 82 makes initial appearance

An Aspen man who police saystruck and killed another manlate last month in Basalt is facing two felony charges and one traffic misdemeanor in connection with the incident, according to court documents.Christopher Fish, 49, made his initial appearance in Pitkin County District Court on Monday on char


Trial set for woman opposing APCHA eviction

The trial for a local woman facing eviction from public housing is scheduled for next month, but the defendant said Monday she intends to seek a judicial decision in her favor before that.The Aspen-Pitkin County Housing Authority in June sued Amanda Tucker to evict her and her adult son from the two

ASPEN DAILY NEWS - 2018-09-18 09:00:00

Parents to appeal rulings in son’s Vail skier death case

The Vail Daily reported Sunday that Dr. Louise Ingalls and Dr. Steve Conlin, the parents of Taft Conlin, say judges in Broomfield and Eagle counties erred in several rulings.


Aspen Snowmass' 'Give A Flake' Campaign Brings Focus On Contentious Issues

ASPEN, Colo. (CBS4) –It’s part vulgar pun, and part cry for action, but this season Aspen Snowmass is making clear in its advertising where its priorities are with a campaign called “Give a Flake.”