A fire Monday morning in the Fryingpan River Valley destroyed a shed that was being used as a coop for pheasants, killing chicks and causing an estimated $5,000 in damage, according to a press release sent out by Roaring Fork Fire Rescue.

At the pond skim at Snowmass' closing party, plenty of people showed grace and control while cruising across the pond.

The Eagle County Aging Well Program in El Jebel will host “Total Brain Health Memory Level 2.0” classes every Wednesday from 3:30 to 4:45 p.m., May 8 through June 25. The classes will take place at the Eagle County Community Center, 0020 Eagle County Drive in El Jebel.

This week marks the beginning of construction on 45 new affordable rental units in Aspen. The projects are set to be complete by May of 2020 and will feature a mix of one- and two-bedroom, pet-friendly apartments at 517 Park Circle, 802 W. Main St. and 488 Castle Creek Road.

Residents watch and wait as Pitkin County proceeds slowly with development plans for Phillips property

Molly Owens has been hired as the new human resources director for the Aspen School District, it was announced this week. Owens, who will earn $120,000 annually, begins her new role on May 1.

Aspen Center for Environmental Studies and Forum Phi announced Wednesday that there will be a free community Earth Day celebration on Monday, April 22, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at ACES at Hallam Lake.

Beth Hoff Blackmer, president of Aspen Rent-All, based in Basalt, has been elected by her industry peers to fulfill the role of president-elect for the American Rental Association (ARA), an international trade association serving the equipment and event rental industry, it was announced recently.

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