Brody Kellogg, 18, of Glenwood Springs kayaks in the play wave at the whitewater park on the Colorado River on Monday afternoon. The river was flowing at just above 7,000 cubic feet per second in this section Monday.
by Madeleine Osberger, Special to the Aspen Daily News
Tuesday, May 26, 2015
A permanent home for Snowmass’ ice age fossils is expected to be unveiled this week when developer Related Colorado submits its preliminary plan application for Base Village to the town. The museum space would be offered as a community benefit for the base area development, according to sources that spoke on condition of anonymity.
The New York City doctor being sued over an alleged ski collision on Aspen Mountain involving her and another woman who died filed a motion this month that says the victim’s boyfriend caused the crash.