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Past articles by Maddie:

Snowmass Mayor Markey Butler leaves legacy as first female mayor, strong facilitator

Fierce. A strong facilitator. Passionate. Extremely hard-working. A true community leader. These are just a few of the characteristics and phrases used to describe Markey Butler, the town of Snowmass Village’s first female mayor. → Read More

Five Snowmass council candidates face off in squirm night

The five Snowmass locals competing for the two open Town Council seats discussed what they feel are the top two major issues facing Snowmass elected officials. → Read More

Snowmass Balloon Festival celebrates 45th anniversary this weekend amid pandemic

The festival will still feature three days of 7 a.m. hot air balloon launches from Snowmass Town Park, it will not include mingling with pilots and neighbors on the softball field. Instead, Snowmass Tourism is encouraging people to view the colorful spectacle from area trails or drive-in style in their vehicles due to the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

County confirms death of man pulled from overturned vehicle in Fryingpan River

The man extricated from the vehicle that missed a curve on Fryingpan Road on Thursday and landed upside down in the river died later that evening, the Pitkin County Coroner’s Office confirmed Sunday morning. The... → Read More

Snowmass Chapel offers self-guided, meditation walk on village grounds

From reading the weekly scripture selection in the garden to guided contemplation on the chapel river deck, the walk aims to offer locals and visitors a way to find spiritual connection and meaning in a safe, socially-distanced way, according to Lisa Aanonsen, the chapel’s ministry coordinator. → Read More

Town Talk: Make your dog count!

Any dog that is 6 months or older and has been living in Snowmass Village for more than 15 consecutive days needs to be registered with the animal services department. → Read More

Taster’s owners opening Daly Diner at Snowmass Center

The Daly Diner is opening in the former Village Tavern space at the Snowmass Center and will serve up American comfort foods for breakfast and lunch. → Read More

Pitkin County public health order extended through Sept. 30

The current Pitkin County Public Health order that mandates wearing masks outside when social distancing can’t take place and keeps the informal gathering limit at 10 people has been → Read More

New proposed parking program in Snowmass centered on managing access

Every fall, town staff brings the coming season’s paid winter parking program plan to Town Council for review and approval. Some years there are more changes and tweaks than → Read More

Snowmass Town Council reviews Base Village amendment, proposed parking plans

“We’ve got all of these great things going on in (Base Village),” Andy Gunion, managing partner of East West Partners, said to council. “But it is not sustainable if we don’t get the rest of this village built and we’re not going to build it under a plan that makes no sense.” → Read More

Snowmass Town Council to review mandatory mask ordinance next week

The mandatory mask ordinance would require people in public areas of Snowmass Village, such as the Snowmass Center, Snowmass Mall and Base Village, to wear a mask whether they are inside or outside. → Read More

Local Spotlight: Mike Metheny, Snowmass’ new chief building official

For a bonus Local Spotlight this month, the Snowmass Sun sat down with Mike Metheny, the new chief building official for the village and former chief building official for → Read More

Coffey Place affordable housing starts to take shape in Snowmass

On a recent afternoon in the Rodeo Place neighborhood, an array of construction was in the works. Toward the entrance, workers were in the early stages of establishing and → Read More

Public health official: Only half of Snowmass businesses have submitted required safety plan

Pitkin County public health officials briefed Snowmass Town Council on Monday about what data it has on confirmed COVID-19 cases and public health order compliance in the village, and → Read More

Aspen homelessness during the pandemic: What happens when staying at home isn’t an option

On a recent evening at the Brush Creek Park and Ride, many locals began to make their end-of-day commutes home. Some jumped on buses headed downvalley or into Aspen. → Read More

Utility usage down in Aspen area nearly 20% as residents stay at home

For nearly six weeks, Pitkin County residents have been forced to spend more time in their homes to help stop the spread of COVID-19. The ski lifts stopped running → Read More

EOTC discusses improvements to Brush Creek Park and Ride

During a three-hour meeting Thursday, the Elected Officials Transportation Committee gave direction on how to move forward with a handful of long-term and near-term improvements to the Brush Creek → Read More

Bears are out in Snowmass; police encourage starting wildlife safety practices

Bears in the Snowmass area are starting to grow more active with the warmer spring weather, Snowmass police officials confirmed Tuesday. According to Brian Olson, Snowmass police chief, officers → Read More

Village Voices: What’s up with the tiger in Base Village?

If you’ve driven through the P2 level of the Base Village parking garage, chances are you’ve met the #BaseVillageTiger. A life-sized big cat made of solid wood with its → Read More

‘Everyone there is for everyone else’: Snowmass Chapel offers more virtual support for locals during COVID-19

In the wake of the social-distancing measures implemented to combat COVID-19, local businesses and governments aren’t the only groups getting creative with how they both carry out their services → Read More