Last week’s 10 most-read stories on |

Last week’s 10 most-read stories on

What stories hit it big on last week? Here’s a preview: Silt and New Castle are taking a wait-and-see approach to medical marijuana | Garfield County still not certain what to do with mining pit liners | AND MUCH MOREFrom the joyous to the tragic, the Top 10 is a weekly recap of our best local stories. Check out the complete list and e-mail your favorite to

10.New Castle church mission becomes community missionThe River Center opening doors to those in need.9.More medical marijuana moratoriumsSilt, New Castle want to see what state does. 8.Garfield County still wondering how to handle pit linersOne gas company is looking into recycling possibilities.7.Vail murder suspect advised of chargesProsecutors say Moreau blames shooting, which claimed life of Carbondale man, on PTSD, perhaps stroke or seizure.6.Three-hour power outage hits RifleMuch of the city lost electricity for three hours on Monday morning, following a construction mishap at the site where the town’s new library is being built.5.Hestia to replace ella restaurant in CarbondaleOne Main Street Carbondale restaurant is no longer, but plans are already in the works for another restaurant bearing a familiar mid-valley name to take its place soon.4.Rock slide temporarily closes Glenwood CanyonInterstate 70 through Glenwood Canyon was briefly closed around 3:30 a.m. Friday following a rock slide, but has since been reopened to traffic, according to the Colorado State Patrol.3.Contract for Glenwood’s wastewater project must include Davis-Bacon ActEPA: Provision must be included on projects using state revolving fund programs.2.Aspen socialite suspected in car-bombing death of ex-husband arrested in AustriaPamela Phillips apprehended on a money laundering charge on Thursday, being extradited to Pima County in Arizona. 1.White House party-crashers left mark in region tooNew Castle rancher says now infamous Washington D.C. couple didn’t pay up at polo event back in 2008.

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