TWO ARRESTED IN ASPEN MURDER INVESTIGATION
Aspen—There’s been a breakthrough in the murder investigation of Aspen native Nancy Pfister. A husband and wife who rented Pfister’s home on West Buttermilk Road have been arrested in connection with her murder. According to a news release from the Pitkin County Sheriff’s Office, 65 year old Doctor William Styler and 62 year old Nancy Styler were taken into custody last night at the Aspenalt Lodge. They had been staying there since moving out of Pfister’s home almost two weeks ago. Pfister’s body was found by a friend in an upstairs closet of the home last Wednesday. The Stylers were advised of the charges in court and include first degree murder and conspiracy to commit first degree murder.
PROGRESS REPORT DUE ON GARCO AIR STUDY
Parachute—A progress report will be given this Thursday on the three-year study of air quality and emissions in Garfield County by Colorado State University Atmospheric Scientist Dr. Jeffrey Collette. Collette will give an update to the Garfield County Energy Advisory Board at the public library in Parachute beginning at 5:30 pm. The meeting is open to the public. The study, funded through the county, the industry, CSU and private donors ix expected to be wrapped up sometime next year.
GLENWOOD SPRINGS MIDDLE SCHOOLER TO BE FEATURED IN NBC NEWS REPORT TONIGHT
Glenwood Springs—She’s enterprising, caring, loving and visionary. She’s also 13 years old. Glenwood Springs Middle School Student Chandra Starr’s grassroots effort to raise one million pennies to provide garden-fresh produce to needy people has gained national attention. A feature on Chandra’s Million Penny Project was scheduled to be aired tonight on the NBC News with Brian Williams but due to coverage of other breaking stories, had to be postponed.A crew with NBC, led by former Today Show anchor Anne Curry came to Glenwood Springs to shoot footage and interview Chandra about her amazing project and her inspiration to help others.