Uphill racers climb to victory

August 16, 2014

The Aspen Times wrote about UCCS graduate and cross country standout Megan Lund Lizotte, now a professional runner and how she won the women’s division of the 20th Annual Aspen Mountain Summer Uphill Race this weekend. (Read More)

How much blood needs to be spilled?

December 17, 2012

Meredith C. Carroll: Meredith Pro Tem December, 17 2012 The Aspen TImes Aspen, CO, Colorado Editor’s note: The following column originally was printed Nov. 18 in The Denver Post. It has been updated in light (Read More)

Basalt sophomore runner ready for encore

August 28, 2008

By Jon Maletz The Aspen Times Aspen, CO Colorado, BASALT — One year. A mountain’s worth of accolades. Basalt’s Annette Stenstadvold had a freshman year like no other. First came a 2007 regional cross country (Read More)

Mountain life depressing

August 1, 2008

ASPEN — Clinical depression in the mountains is more likely to lead to suicide. That, according to Dr. Robert Freedman, chairman of the psychology department at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, is cause (Read More)

Council honors three Girl Scouts

July 11, 2008

BASALT — Three Basalt Girl Scouts became the first from their troop to win the Gold Award, the highest honor bestowed by the venerable organization. Theresa Gerdin, Megan Southward and Karlie Zajac, all 18 years (Read More)

Trio of local runners ready for Olympic trials

April 12, 2008

——————————————————————————– Click to Enlarge Browse Aspen Times Photos Caroline Cretti pulls ahead to win the 10,000-meter run at the May 2006 NCAA Division III Track and Field Championships at Benedictine University in Lisle, Ill. Cretti (Read More)

Benson’s blues as new CU president

February 28, 2008

Paul Nitze Aspen, CO Colorado February 28, 2008 (Editor’s note: Our regular Thursday columnist Thomas Friedman is on book leave.) Chalk up a win for ideological tolerance and good governance. Last week the University of (Read More)

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