The 50 most-read Aspen Times stories from 2022: #10-1
From December 27th to New Year’s Eve, we’ll be counting down the 50 most read online stories of 2022. This is the final part of the series and features stories that made the top 10 most read spots.
March 12, 2022
Officials from the Miami-based OKO Group, which was behind the $76.25 million acquisition of nearly 1 acre at the base of Aspen Mountain, were unwilling to publicly discuss the new owner’s vision or plans for the property when it was contracted for sale, or how the community-disrupting deal came about.
March 23, 2022
After paying $30.945 million for a 7,150-square-foot home at 550 Aspen Alps Road in December 2021, fashion power couple Tommy Hilfiger and Dee Ocleppos TCM1 LLC sold the same property for $50 million.
After spending two years in the Colorado correctional system for embezzling millions of dollars in a ski equipment program, Johnson was back in town in February.
August 24, 2022
A family of bears was euthanized after a home burglary near Maroon Creek Road.
February 5, 2022
At least two people suffered serious injuries and several others were injured after an explosion at a mansion under construction on McLain Flats Road.
August 6, 2022
Granby resident Tim Daniel caught a record-breaking brown trout that weighed 7.84 pounds, was 23 and 1/4 inches long and 15 and 3/8 inches in circumference.
March 5, 2022
A Miami-based development company founded by a Russian-born billionaire paid $76.25 million for nearly 1 acre of land at the base of Aspen Mountain where the sellers planned to build a hillside hotel called the Gorsuch House.
January 21, 2022
“It’s still pretty painful to think about, so I don’t think about it too much,” Shiffrin said in a video interview with The Associated Press. “I can imagine there will be some really, really difficult moments. And some of it will be fine too. Well, it’s like everything in life. So the hard moments hit when they want. It’s not when you choose to be sad or upset.”
July 9, 2022
The Bureau of Reclamation revised its data on the amount of water stored in Lake Powell, with a new, lower count accounting for a 4% decline in the reservoir’s total available capacity between 1986 and 2018 due to sedimentation.
February 21, 2022
A departing business jet that skidded off the end of the Aspen Airport runway late that night closed the facility for about nine hours.