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Suspect in El Jebel double homicide in custody

Suspect in El Jebel double homicide in custody

Police arrested William A Amaya, 33, early Sunday morning. He’s a suspect in the double murder of his aunt and uncle in El Jebel late Saturday night. Eagle County Coroner…

Suspect sought in double fatal shooting in El Jebel

Suspect sought in double fatal shooting in El Jebel

Police are searching for a 33-year-old El Jebel man suspected of fatally shooting a man and woman at their home in El Jebel Saturday night. William Anderson Amaya, 33, is…

Remembering Aspen ski school, ski patrol pioneer Curt Chase

Remembering Aspen ski school, ski patrol pioneer Curt Chase

Curt Chase, a member of the Colorado Ski and Snowboard Museum Hall of Fame as a Sport Builder and Innovator since 1989, passed away recently. A longtime resident of Aspen…

A-Basin extends ski season into summer with weekend-only riding until June 22

A-Basin extends ski season into summer with weekend-only riding until June 22

Arapahoe Basin Ski Area recently announced it will extend Colorado’s 2013-14 ski and ride season with three bonus weekends in June. The ski area, originally slated to close on June…

Aspen to open for skiing and riding on Memorial Day Weekend

Aspen to open for skiing and riding on Memorial Day Weekend

Aspen Skiing Company announced Tuesday that with the start of summer operations, the top of Aspen Mountain will be open for skiing and riding on Memorial Day Weekend, May 24-26.…

Independence Pass set to open May 22, but winter weather could cause delay

Independence Pass set to open May 22, but winter weather could cause delay

Independence Pass between Leadville and Aspen is slated to open May 22, weather permitting, according to Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) officials. CDOT tries to have the pass open on…

Environment Foundation pumps $55,000 toward responsible drilling policies

Environment Foundation pumps $55,000 toward responsible drilling policies

The Environment Foundation, funded by donations from Aspen Skiing Company employees and guests, last month released four grants totaling $55,000 to Wilderness Workshop, Thompson Divide Coalition, Western Environmental Law Center…

Aspen Mountain to extend ski season two more weekends

Aspen Mountain to extend ski season two more weekends

Aspen Mountain will extend its season and reopen for the weekends of April 26-27 and May 3-4, Aspen Skiing Company officials announced today. The mountain was originally scheduled to close…

In wake of Sochi controversy, Aspen’s Klug talks about alpine vs. freestyle snowboarding

In wake of Sochi controversy, Aspen’s Klug talks about alpine vs. freestyle snowboarding

Aspen’s Chris Klug was born in Vail, learned to ski at age 2 in Lionshead, first started snowboarding after moving to Oregon at age 7, and realized his lifelong dream…

Aspen woman arrested in Nancy Pfister murder case

Aspen woman arrested in Nancy Pfister murder case

Police on Friday arrested an Aspen woman in connection with the murder last month of longtime Aspen resident Nancy Pfister, bringing the total number of arrests in the case to…