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This week: The dos and don’t of a camping getaway, the potential to shut down Aspen streets to cars in order to accommodate more dining this summer, how ski areas are handling social distancing, and affordable housing is opening up to locals in need. Host Alycin Bektesh is joined by editor …

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This week: Pitkin County is still chasing a variance from state public health protocols, and the economic fallout from an early end to the ski season is already showing up in the valley. Also, the Aspen Skiing Company announced credits to season passholders, CMC has graduated a new class of…

This week: Friday May 8, marks the final day of the “Stay at Home” phase of public health orders in Pitkin County. Host Alycin Bektesh is joined by reporters Megan Tackett and Erica Robbie to examine what the next iteration - Safer at Home - Looks like for the community, restaurants, bars, …

This week: We get our first glimpse of a road map to reopening business in Pitkin County, masks are now mandatory in Aspen, and only one additional COVID-19 positive case has come out of the swab-based testing strategy that the county returned to last week. Host Alycin Bektesh is joined b…

This week: Pitkin County is reverting back to swab tests after two weeks of chasing an antibody system, while officials say that our biggest threat to a spike in COVID-19 cases is visitors, there is little law enforcement can do to keep them away, and with public health orders phasing out in…

This week: A local skier survived an avalanche on Highland Bowl Friday. The Pitkin County Board of Public health has already rescinded some of it’s restrictions from a March 24th stay-at-home order, and a task force convened to determine how to best use 1000 antibody tests, has not yet made…

This week: There will soon be two ways community members can get tested for COVID-19, one through a private medical practice - for a fee - the other is a free test through the Public Health Department but it is not known yet who will be eligible. Also, a look at life’s big moments during t…

This week: Pitkin County extends a stay-at-home order, updates on the reliability of COVID-19 testing, and when more might be coming to the valley. We hear from editor Curtis Wackerle about the decision not to run the satirical Aspen Daily Planet on April Fools Day this year amid the outbre…

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…

This week: A one-one-one with Dr. Daniel Pastula, MD, MHS, Pastula is a practicing physician and an Associate Professor of Neurology, Medicine (Infectious Diseases) and Epidemiology; Director, Neuro Infectious Diseases Fellowship at the Colorado University School of Medicine. Host Alycin Be…

The Upload

This week: The dos and don’t of a camping getaway, the potential to shut down Aspen streets to cars in order to accommodate more dining this summer, how ski areas are handling social distancing, and affordable housing is opening up to locals in need. Host Alycin Bektesh is joined by editor …

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