The editor-in-chief, Curtis Wackerle, talks with Oliver Sharpe about some city updates, the decision to not produce the traditional April Fools edition of The Daily Planet, and the state of local journalism. "We know what a solemn responsibility and what an honor it is to be in these jobs at…

Dave Baugh, current superintendent of the Centennial School District, logged into a Zoom meeting from Conshochoken, Pennsylvania to accept the Aspen School District superintendent role during a special board of education meeting Tuesday afternoon.

From now through Friday, April 17, the Roaring Fork School District is providing up to two free meals per weekday to all school-aged kids. The program kicked off Monday and pick-up locations vary. 

In response to concerns about increased mental health needs in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Mind Springs Mental Health has started a new support line to provide help and guidance to community members on the Western Slope.

Aspen Daily News reporter, Alycin Becktesh, sits down with The Daily Update to talk about Aspen City Councils latest meeting where discussions focused on ways Aspen can finance local economic recovery efforts.

The Daily Update speaks with Rachel Brenneman, campaign director for the Aspen to Parachute Complete Count Committee, about the importance of the US Census in our area and how to make sure you're counted. 

In this episode of the Daily Update, Oliver speaks with president and CEO of Clark's Market, Tom Clark, about their stores in Aspen and Snowmass, what they are experiencing, how you can shop safely and a new way to shop online. 

The Daily Update sits down with Sheriff Joe DiSalvo, who is currently self-quarantined in his home. Oliver Sharpe and the Sheriff discuss the importance of heeding the shelter-in-place order and doing your part to contain the spread of the COVID-19.

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This week: Pitkin County leads the state in issuing a stay-at-home order, the first reported death associated with COVID19 is reported. Mainstay summer events Food & Wine and the Ideas Festival are canceled, and area businesses grapple with the forced halt to daily operations. Members of the…

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