Last week’s 10 most-read articles on PostIndependent.com
Without further ado, the articles with the most page views last week. Drum roll …
10. Bitter 16: Spartans top Glenwood Thomas Jefferson advances to Class 4A’s round of eight. 9. Devereux brothers made an agricultural experiment out of West Glenwood For the Devereux brothers, the vast expanses of undeveloped land to the west of Glenwood Springs seemed to provide unlimited agricultural possibilities. 8. Front Range couple excel as singles Husband, wife each place first in solo category at Sunlight Mountain’s Endurance Challenge. 7. Cheyenne Mountain ends Rifle’s run Sophomore duo scores 39 to lead Indians past Bears. 6. Two skiers caught, one hurt in Aspen-area avalanche Injured man was flown to St. Mary’s Hospital in Grand Junction. 5. Glenwood Springs man helps launch adventure wear line using yak wool from Himalayas Aaron Pattillo didn’t set out to be in the clothing business per se, but his interest in the growing arena of “social entrepreneurship” led him in that direction after a recent visit to the Himalayan region of southwest Asia. 4. Two men appear in court for their part in Silt auto break-ins A Rifle man received probation and a deferred judgment for his role in a series of automobile burglaries in Silt last October. 3.Young, malnourished bear rescued off Aspen Mountain An underweight, yearling black bear, found Monday on the back of Aspen Mountain, is now under the care of a wildlife rehabilitation center near Silt.2. Snowmass man arrested in Glenwood after high-speed pursuit Suspect was apprehended after vehicle crashes at 7th and Blake. 1. Battlement Mesa’s David and Goliath story Residents battle oil, gas industry.
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