Last week’s 10 most-read stories on |

Last week’s 10 most-read stories on

Which article got the most views and what else rounded out the top 10?Here’s a preview: The Colorado health board delays a medical marijuana ruling | An early season snow slide puts a 17-year-old skier in the hospital | 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.Colo. health board suspends medical marijuana ruleColorado health officials have decided to temporarily eliminate a regulation involving medical marijuana caregivers, putting off a final decision until next month.9.Avy victim in stable condition at Vail Medical CenterExperts warn of early season slide danger after a slew of close calls. 8.The upslope phenomenonWhy sometimes big storms hit the Front Range, skip the mountains.7.It’s Election Day in Summit CountyIt’s Election Day in Summit County, and locals can hit one of five locations to weigh in on important community issues like who’s going to be on Summit County’s school board, ‘de-Brucing’ in Silverthorne or marijuana decriminalization in Breckenridge.6.Voter turnout high in Breck for marijuana questionBreckenridge has been the Election Day hot spot in Summit County as voters decide whether to decriminalize marijuana.5.Skier rescued from avalancheA 19-year-old skier was buried up to his neck but survived a weekend avalanche near Copper Mountain.4.Summit County clerk & recorder resigns unexpectedlyThe sudden and unexpected resignation of Summit County clerk and recorder Cheri Brunvand won’t affect the election process today, according to county manager Gary Martinez.3.Snowplow catches blade on Dam Road barrier FridayA Summit County snow plow caught its plow blade on the lip of a pop-up barrier on Dillon Dam Road shortly after it opened Friday morning.2.This is Michael JacksonIt’s too bad how sometimes people have to die before the world truly realizes how great they were. 1.Breckenridge voters OK marijuana decriminalizationUnofficial results show 71 percent of voters approved the initiative.

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