Last week’s 10 most-read articles on SummitDaily.com
Without further ado, the articles with the most page views last week. Drum roll …
10. Breckenridge police seek white man in fountain case Police are seeking an unidentified white man recorded on surveillance video destroying a water fountain and flooding the Breckenridge Transit Center after it was closed in the early-morning hours of March 30, according to a Breckenridge Police Department press release. 9. Summit Stage lays off 14 drivers among changes for summerservice The 22 percent reduction in drivers from 65 to 51 won’t affect the summer schedule, which is to remain intact from 2009, according to Summit Stage director John Jones. 8. Crashes have kept Vail Pass closed since noon Another spring storm put a halt to travel along Interstate 70 on Vail Pass Thursday, leaving motorists stranded along the South Frontage Road from Mid-Vail to East Vail. 7. Texas woman found dead in Dillon Angela O’Neill had arrived in Summit County April 1. 6. How the health care bill may impact local services inSummit County Providers weigh in on potential changes to county care options. 5. Cops step up ‘Gaper Day’ enforcement Folks going overboard with their “Gaper Day” celebrations could lose their ski passes for two years or more, according to a flier from the Breckenridge Resort Chamber. 4. Wyoming man busted for ski pass fraud goes after witness A man in his late 20s was busted for ski pass fraud and later tried to stomp the Keystone Resort employee serving as a witness, according to a report from Summit County Sheriff’s Office. 3. Interstate 70 closed both directions on Vail Pass Mass collision prompts closure from MM 195 to MM 180. 2. Local man found dead in Frisco Body tentatively identified as that of local cook Jeffrey Dearmin. 1. Montezuma home burns to ground as fire hydrants fail Firefighters truck 10,000 gallons of water from Keystone.
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