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The Aspen Times
Finally — progress on Basalt’s Pan and ForkAfter 18 months of community debate that has turned steadily sourer, the Basalt
Finally — progress on Basalt’s Pan and Fork
The Aspen Times / Posted yesterday
After 18 months of community debate that has turned steadily sourer, the Basalt Town Council approved a “game plan” Tuesday night for resolving the Pan and Fork debate by November. It’s an effort to bring a close to a debate that’s divided the... Read more
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Business Wire
Ameriprise Financial and Its Employees and Advisors Give $13 Million and 80,000 Volunteer Hours to Nonprofitsthe Homeless), Pine Street Inn, Inc., Primavera Foundation, Project for Pride i
Ameriprise Financial and Its Employees and Advisors Give $13 Million and 80,000 Volunteer Hours to Nonprofits
Business Wire / Posted 3 days ago
the Homeless), Pine Street Inn, Inc., Primavera Foundation, Project for Pride in Living, Inc. (PPL), Prospera Community Development (formerly WAGES - Women's Action to Gain Economic Security), Rhode Island Community Food Bank, Sabathani... Read more
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Aspen Daily News
News in Briefour county unique and economically sustainable.” Newman serves on regional boa
News in Brief
Aspen Daily News / Posted 3 days ago
our county unique and economically sustainable.” Newman serves on regional boards that include RFTA, CORE and CDOT’s Intermountain Transportation Committee. He was also recently appointed to the BLM’s Northwest Resource Advisory Council. Two... Read more
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The Aspen Times
Candidates identify their key issues facing Basalt (Hint: Pan and Fork comes up big)Basalt has six candidates vying for three council seats in the April 5 election
Candidates identify their key issues facing Basalt (Hint: Pan and Fork comes up big)
The Aspen Times / Posted 3 days ago
Basalt has six candidates vying for three council seats in the April 5 election as well as two candidates squaring off in the mayor’s race. The lineup for the council race was finalized Tuesday, when two candidates decided to pull out by the... Read more
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The Aspen Times
Differences abound among Basalt mayoral candidates Whitsitt and Stevensso in this year’s Basalt mayoral race. The race pits the sitting mayor, Jacque
Differences abound among Basalt mayoral candidates Whitsitt and Stevens
The Aspen Times / Posted 7 days ago
so in this year’s Basalt mayoral race. The race pits the sitting mayor, Jacque Whitsitt, against former mayor and current Councilman Rick Stevens. They both have extensive track records in Basalt politics. Whitsitt has served for 16 years; Stevens... Read more
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Glenwood Springs Post Independent
Differences abound among Basalt mayoral candidates Whitsitt and Stevensso in this year’s Basalt mayoral race. The race pits the sitting mayor, Jacque
Differences abound among Basalt mayoral candidates Whitsitt and Stevens
Glenwood Springs Post Independent / Posted 8 days ago
so in this year’s Basalt mayoral race. The race pits the sitting mayor, Jacque Whitsitt, against former mayor and current Councilman Rick Stevens. They both have extensive track records in Basalt politics. Whitsitt has served for 16 years; Stevens... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Chamber Corner: Several new businesses welcomed to Middlesex CountyTavern last weekend at a very inopportune time. Fire at the Ridge and Ridgesid
Chamber Corner: Several new businesses welcomed to Middlesex County
The Middletown Press / Posted 10 days ago
Tavern last weekend at a very inopportune time. Fire at the Ridge and Ridgeside Tavern are critical pieces of the redevelopment effort underway at Powder Ridge Mountain Park and Resort in Middlefield. After the state building inspector and... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Mizel, Fulenwider family, Caulkinses are 2016 Business Hall of Famersby the city's first high-rise condos then complexes in Aspen, Vail and Breckenr
Mizel, Fulenwider family, Caulkinses are 2016 Business Hall of Famers
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 11 days ago
by the city's first high-rise condos then complexes in Aspen, Vail and Breckenridge. In the 1970s, Fulenwider led the development of Copper Mountain Ski Resort. Other notable projects include Greenwood Acres, Polo Club North, Polo Field West,... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Chamber Corner: Powder Ridge eateries closure hampers economic developmentTavern last weekend at a very inopportune time. Fire at the Ridge and Ridgesid
Chamber Corner: Powder Ridge eateries closure hampers economic development
The Middletown Press / Posted 12 days ago
Tavern last weekend at a very inopportune time. Fire at the Ridge and Ridgeside Tavern are critical pieces of the redevelopment effort underway at Powder Ridge Mountain Park and Resort in Middlefield. After the state building inspector and... Read more
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Denver Post
Rocky Mountain PBS looks to build new home in Denver's Arapahoe SquareDenver's Arapahoe Square neighborhood soon could be home to "Masterpiece," Big
Rocky Mountain PBS looks to build new home in Denver's Arapahoe Square
Denver Post / Posted 14 days ago
Denver's Arapahoe Square neighborhood soon could be home to "Masterpiece," Big Bird and Viewers Like You. On Thursday, as Rocky Mountain PBS marks its 60th anniversary at a Denver Central Library exhibit recounting the broadcaster's past, CEO Doug... Read more
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Vail Daily
Meetings to deal with school district fundinglow inventory of housing and people might look elsewhere to settle, said Rachel
Meetings to deal with school district funding
Vail Daily / Posted 15 days ago
low inventory of housing and people might look elsewhere to settle, said Rachel Lunney, director of the Northwest Colorado Council of Governments Economic Development District. We’ve been through this before. Eagle County’s population grew by... Read more
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Vail Daily
Schools’ town hall meetings to deal with maintenance, moneylow inventory of housing and people might look elsewhere to settle, said Rachel
Schools’ town hall meetings to deal with maintenance, money
Vail Daily / Posted 15 days ago
low inventory of housing and people might look elsewhere to settle, said Rachel Lunney, director of the Northwest Colorado Council of Governments Economic Development District. We’ve been through this before. Eagle County’s population grew by... Read more
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Salt Lake City Weekly
Let's All Go to the Legislature!that will protect beloved patches of the state, such as the San Rafael Swell an
Let's All Go to the Legislature!
Salt Lake City Weekly / Posted 15 days ago
that will protect beloved patches of the state, such as the San Rafael Swell and Cedar Mesa, while expediting drilling and development in other areas. But wilderness advocates blasted the bill as being too friendly to development interests. While... Read more
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Summit Daily News
Breckenridge’s Grand Colorado sells $49M in shares, eyes potential expansionus so different is our location,” Vietti said. “Our price point is a lot higher
Breckenridge’s Grand Colorado sells $49M in shares, eyes potential expansion
Summit Daily News / Posted 16 days ago
us so different is our location,” Vietti said. “Our price point is a lot higher than most timeshares, too, but being on a mountain like that is hard to beat.” The property will be smaller, more modern and pricier than Grand Vacations’ other... Read more
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Broomfield Enterprise
Upcoming: For the week of Jan. 243 Community Park Road. Free. No registration required. Information: broomfieldc
Upcoming: For the week of Jan. 24
Broomfield Enterprise / Posted 19 days ago
3 Community Park Road. Free. No registration required. Information: broomfieldchildrenslibrary.org or c 720-887-2315. Teen Council meeting Meets at 5:30 p.m. on Jan. 25 in the lobby conference room at the City and County building, One DesCombes... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Madwire confirms move to Fort Collinsand Joe have strong ties to this community, and we still plan to be a big part
Madwire confirms move to Fort Collins
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 21 days ago
and Joe have strong ties to this community, and we still plan to be a big part of it." The city of Loveland's Economic Development Department has been trying to keep the homegrown company at home. In July 2013, Madwire asked the city for... Read more
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The Aspen Times
Legal dispute brews over Basalt’s Pan and Fork citizens’ initiativeA citizens’ committee that wants the town of Basalt to purchase land and limit
Legal dispute brews over Basalt’s Pan and Fork citizens’ initiative
The Aspen Times / Posted 22 days ago
A citizens’ committee that wants the town of Basalt to purchase land and limit development at the Pan and Fork site made a direct appeal to the Town Council on Tuesday to send the controversial issue to the ballot. Despite the plea, a legal dispute... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Chamber Corner: Middlesex County volunteers honor tradition of MLK Jr.are many celebrations around Middlesex County that will honor Dr. King’s life a
Chamber Corner: Middlesex County volunteers honor tradition of MLK Jr.
The Middletown Press / Posted 25 days ago
are many celebrations around Middlesex County that will honor Dr. King’s life and legacy. I am proud that chamber Workforce Development Director Lorenzo Marshall will represent our organization at the Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship Committee of... Read more
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Park Record
Bonanza Park developers win key townhouse voteenvisioned on land at The Yard The Bonanza Park partnership on Wednesday won a
Bonanza Park developers win key townhouse vote
Park Record / Posted 27 days ago
envisioned on land at The Yard The Bonanza Park partnership on Wednesday won a preliminary vote at City Hall that allows a development proposal in a high-profile location along Kearns Boulevard to advance into a more detailed municipal planning... Read more
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The Brown and White
5 takeaways from Phillipsburg's rocky transition of powerfour-term GOP incumbent Harry Wyant as mayor — quickly ran into a speed bump. (
5 takeaways from Phillipsburg's rocky transition of power
The Brown and White / Posted 28 days ago
four-term GOP incumbent Harry Wyant as mayor — quickly ran into a speed bump. (The first sign of trouble was the outgoing council's attempt in December to cut the mayor's salary from about $70,000 to $40,000; it later was rescinded when Councilman... Read more
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Missoula Independent
Rockies Today, January 7finds state Rep. Ken Ivory did not commit fraud on counties' land workUtah stat
Rockies Today, January 7
Missoula Independent / Posted 1 months ago
finds state Rep. Ken Ivory did not commit fraud on counties' land workUtah state Rep. Ken Ivory founded the American Lands Council to assist counties interested in gaining control of federal lands, and the state Attorney General conducted a... Read more

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