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Aspen Skiing Co. job fair Thursday

The Aspen Skiing Co. will host a job fair for open winter positions on Thursday at Bumps Restaurant at the base of Buttermilk from 2-6 p.m.   Seasonal positions being filled include hospitality, mountain food and beverage, lift operations, rental/retail and Ski & Snowboard School. For a full listing of jobs available and to apply online visit: www.aspensnowmass.com/jobs.

ABOR recognizes Community Banks as its 'Affiliate of Year'

ASPEN — The Aspen Board of Realtors last week selected Community Banks of Colorado as its 2013 Affiliate of the Year. The award is given to affiliate (non-realtor) members of ABOR who best demonstrate integrity, a commitment to excellence in their business and community, and who have an outstanding partnership with ABOR. 
 “We are honored to be recognized ...

Drilling and the American dream: Life in a gas patch

Aspen News | Drilling and the American dream: Life in a gas patchThomas Thompson worked 38 years consulting for hospitals and selling railroad materials with one goal in mind — to some day retire with his wife in a quiet mountain valley, watching the seasons turn. They met that goal when they moved from Texas to a 40-acre plot of wooded land in a box canyon ...

A peak inside the state's auction of Little Annie's Eating House

Aspen 82 — a live, locally owned, full-service TV production company — compiled the video above Tuesday to commemorate Little Annie's Eating House, which was seized by the state of Colorado this month for unpaid taxes. On Tuesday, the restaurant's assets were auctioned off to a firm controled by Nikos ...

Little Annie's may reopen this week after state asset auction

Aspen News | Little Annie's may reopen this week after state asset auctionLittle Annie's Eating House isn't going away after all. At least not without one last winter in Aspen. The institution on Hyman Avenue will reopen, possibly as soon as Thursday, after the owners of the building where the restaurant has been operating for 41 years was the highest bidder at Tuesday's ...

State hotel trade group honors Mackeller with lifetime award

Aspen News | State hotel trade group honors Mackeller with lifetime awardThe Colorado Hotel & Lodging Association recently recognized Peter Mackeller, front desk agent at the Limelight Hotel in Aspen, with its Lifetime Achievement Award. The Colorado Hotel & Lodging Association Lifetime Achievement Award is given to an individual who has dedicated their career to ...

Nature's Plate: Ploughboy in Salida state's best green eatery

Aspen News | Nature's Plate: Ploughboy in Salida state's best green eateryThe Nature Conservancy launched a contest in September asking foodies in Colorado and across the country to nominate their favorite green restaurants for Nature’s Plate, a second annual people’s choice contest to find consumers’ top green restaurants in each location. Ploughboy in ...

FirstBank ad campaign touts customers, not bank services

Aspen News | FirstBank ad campaign touts customers, not bank servicesLAKEWOOD — FirstBank Holding Co. has launched a new outdoor advertising campaign which, instead of touting the bank's services, is advertising local small business customers such as pharmacies, roofing companies and bakeries. The "We Help Business Get Big" campaign, which launched this week, features ...

Backbone Media partners with sports material maker

Aspen News | Backbone Media partners with sports material makerRogers Corp. a Connecticut-based designer and manufacturer of specialty materials has partnered with Carbondale, Colo.-based active lifestyle marketing agency Backbone Media. Backbone will manage public relations efforts for Rogers’ Poron product collection. Poron XRD Protection Technology is ...

United adding more flights to Colorado ski destinations

Aspen News | United adding more flights to Colorado ski destinationsUnited Airlines will add flights to popular U.S. ski destinations — including several in Colorado — for the upcoming winter and spring ski season, with three new routes and increased service on several existing routes. United will begin nonstop service from its Chicago hub to Gunnison/Crested ...

Simms joins Devlin Financial

Aspen News | Simms joins Devlin FinancialASPEN — Devlin Financial Services on Wednesday announced that it has hired Sarah Simms to its team. Simms grew up in the Grand Junction area and graduated from Colorado Mesa University with a bachelor's degree in business finance. She joins Devlin Financial Services as a registered representative ...

Winter bookings up in Western mountain towns, data shows

Aspen News | Winter bookings up in Western mountain towns, data showsDENVER — As early snowstorms and cold weather fronts moved across the California, Utah and Colorado mountains, bookings among participating resorts continued their upward trend in pacing and revenues. In the most recent data released by Denver-based DestiMetrics (formerly known as Mountain Travel ...

State shutters Little Annie's Eating House over unpaid taxes

Aspen News | State shutters Little Annie's Eating House over unpaid taxesThe state of Colorado seized Little Annie's Eating House in Aspen on Tuesday for delinquent taxes. "Well, the state has locked our doors. This is a SAD SAD day," reads a (now-deleted) status update from the restaurant's Facebook page. Sighs, outbursts of "Nooooooo!" and testimonies to the restaurant ...

Aspen Valley Hospital's first choice for CEO: Dan Bonk

Aspen News | Aspen Valley Hospital's first choice for CEO: Dan BonkDan Bonk is the Aspen Valley Hospital board's choice to replace departed CEO David Ressler. Bonk, who runs Aurora Medical Center in Summit, Wis., was one of two finalists. The opening at Aspen's hospital came about in April when Ressler announced he was resigning to return to Arizona, from which he ...

Iconic beer fest bigger, better

Aspen News | Iconic beer fest bigger, betterDENVER — It could be home field advantage, or just that Colorado brewers are really good at what they do, but this year's medal haul at the 32nd Great American Beer Festival was bodacious by almost any measure. Veteran Colorado brewers and rookies alike took home a total of 46 medals in a competition ...
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