Last week’s 10 most-read stories on |

Last week’s 10 most-read stories on

What stories hit it big on last week? Which article got the most views and what else rounded out the top 10?Here’s a preview: Another tragedy on Quandary | The Dillon Walgreens, less than a month old, is robbed of drugs and money | Not paying a simple dog ticket comes back to bite woman | Have you ever seen what a wild bear can do to the interior of a car? | 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 email your favorite to

1.Wyoming man dies on Mount QuandaryThe Wyoming man, whose name has not yet been released, reportedly was in cardiac arrest before he died, according to a press release from Summit County Coroner Joanne Richardson.2.Cops seeking Walgreens robberPolice say the new Walgreens store in the Dillon Ridge Plazas was robbed Wednesday night by a lone male seeking cash and drugs. 3.Shirtless guy with rifle captures burglar”Third time’s a charm” for Bomber Industries owner Fin Doyle – he finally caught a burglar trying to make off with his aluminum chips early Tuesday morning. This was the third theft at Bomber Industries in a year. Kirk West, the burglar, was arrested red-handed.4.Joyride leads to tequila-infused mayhemAfter drinking at his home one night with two of his buddies and their friend, Chuck woke up to a man at the door who was wearing his jacket and holding the keys to his supercharged, 380-horsepower pickup truck.5.Unlicensed dog ticket comes back to bite womanBlowing off one’s court date for a small crime can lead to substantial inconvenience, as one woman recently found after a traffic infraction.6.Bear wrecks car in East VailA bear chomped on the steering wheel of Jeff Leistad’s car Sunday night. It defecated on his passenger seat. And it deployed the air bags.7.Breckenridge mayor takes action on post office satellite moveBreckenridge officials plan to meet today with representatives of local Congressional offices to share disgust and seek options regarding the U.S. Postal Service’s plans to move its satellite to Towne Street Mall.8.P.O. blinks on Breckenridge satellite moveThe U.S. Postal Service’s plans to move its Breckenridge satellite office to Towne Square Mall are now on hold. 9.Breckenridge fitness facility has family feelWhen fitness buffs – Scott Ferguson and Lee Chandler – met through work at the Breckenridge Recreation Center, they knew they were kindred spirits. 10.Breckenridge council gives $50,000 nod for Dew TourBreckenridge Town Council will likely dip into reserves to come up with the $50,000 requested to secure the 2009-10 Winter Dew Tour.

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