• News, February 14th ‘WEE HOURS’ BAR BILL ADVANCES AT STATE CAPITAL DENVER (AP) – Bars could bars stay open past 2 a.m. under a bill moving forward in the Colorado House. Lawmakers advanced the bill Friday with an unrecorded voice vote, setting up a final vote next week to send the proposal to the Senate.  The proposal would let ...
  • News, February 13th VAIL (AP) – All the new snow in Colorado's mountains that has raised the avalanche danger likely helped save the lives of two people whose car plunged down Vail Pass off Interstate 70 earlier this week. Fire Chief Mark Miller told the Vail Daily that 8 feet of snow acted as a cushion, likely preventing ...
  • News, February 12th GARCO THREATENS TO SUE STATE Glenwood Springs—If Garfield County ends up taking the state of Colorado to court over the health insurance zone dispute, County Attorney Frank Huftless believes he has a strong case.  County Commissioners say the exorbitant resort region rates set up by the State Division of Insurance are discriminatory.  GARCO / MESA CO ...
  • Adam Rothberg Joins Coldwell Banker Mason Morse ASPEN, Colo…Coldwell Banker Mason Morse is excited to announce Adam Rothberg as a broker associate with the Aspen office.     Long time broker and developer, Rothberg brings a unique perspective to the Coldwell Banker Mason Morse team. He orchestrated a five-way land exchange between the City of Aspen, the Aspen Valley Land Trust, the BLM, the ...
  • Colorado Supreme Court announces censure of Larimer County Court judge DENVER – The Colorado Supreme Court today announced the Public Censure of Judge Robert A. Rand, County Court Judge in Larimer County.  Judge Rand tendered his resignation as part of the agreement to end the formal proceedings against him brought by the Commission on Judicial Discipline. On July 3, 2013, the Supreme Court granted a request ...
  • Glenwood Springs Carpet One Floor & Home Announces 2014 Home Décor Trends for Flooring Glenwood Springs Carpet One Floor & Home has released their 2014 Flooring Trends based on data compiled from sales trends as well as expert insights from industry partners. Although flooring trends tend to be more subtle than the trends for more replaceable home décor items such as paint and furnishings; this year’s flooring trends offer ...
  • 315 Drivers Penalized with a DUI over Super Bowl Weekend Super Bowl weekend offered more to be upset about than just the outcome of the game, as the number of Heat is On DUI arrests throughout the weekend hit a total of 315. Law enforcement increased enforcement throughout the state to keep Colorado’s roads safe during the Super Bowl celebrations, which ran from Jan. 31 ...
  • News, February 11th GARCO THREATENS TO SUE STATE Glenwood Springs—Garfield County is prepared to take the state of Colorado to court over insurance rates and the alleged misuse of county sales tax revenue.  The Board of Commissioners directed County Attorney Frank Huftless to notify the Division of Insurance of the intent to file a lawsuit if nothing is done ...
  • BLM Seeks Nominations to NW Colorado Resource Advisory Council SILT, Colo. — The Bureau of Land Management’s Northwest Colorado District is seeking public nominations for five open positions on its Resource Advisory Council, which advises the District on public land issues. The Northwest Resource Advisory Council consists of 15 citizens with diverse interests in public land management, including conservationists, ranchers, outdoor recreationists, state and local ...
  • Michael Steiner Joins Coldwell Banker Mason Morse Steiner is the former broker/co-owner of Rothberg & Steiner in Aspen.  He started his real estate career in Center City Philadelphia before moving to Aspen 18 years ago. Today, he manages and advises some of the world’s wealthiest clients.   “To expand his network and resources, Steiner chose to join with one of the most powerful ...