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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. Rifle about to see a new energy industry Consortium, CMC plan to build ethanol plant. 9. Dalessandri to challenge Vallario Former Garfield County Sheriff plans to run against incumbent in November election. 8. Frank V. Gordon Sept. 13, 1953 – March 24, 2010. 7. Marvin M. Meyers May 23, 1930 – March 27, 2010. 6. Sheriff investigating death of 6-year-old in Glenwood The Garfield County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the death of a 6-year-old boy that occurred on Wednesday. 5. Climbers mourn loss of former Aspen guide Heidi Kloos found buried in avalanche near Baldy Peak. 4. Glenwood Springs pet shop owner to get cancer treatment Woman headed to An Oasis Of Healing in Mesa, Arizona. 3. Glenwood man faces 3 counts of sexual exploitation of a child A Glenwood Springs man arrested Saturday for alleged possession and distribution of child pornography appeared in district court in Glenwood Springs Monday. 2. Lost Carbondale skiers spend two nights in snow cave A Carbondale couple spent two cold, wet nights in a snow cave over the weekend, spurring a search by Aspen rescuers before the two individuals reached the hut that was their destination on Sunday. 1. Alpine Bank looks to shed troubled assets Alpine Banks of Colorado aimed to trim as much as $60 million in troubled assets from its books this month through sales of commercial mortgage loans that are no longer being repaid, according to President and Vice Chairman Glen Jammaron.


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