This report isn't even about physics. Still, they managed to make a minor but embarassing mistake:
Wednesday night, Challenge Aspen rented a small meeting room for volunteer training. On Thursday, a conference titled "Flight School" attracted 80 pilots to discuss all things aviation. Ester Dyson, daughter of Nobel Prize-winning physicist Freeman Dyson, led the conference.
As far as I know, and a quick scan of the Nobel prize website, Dyson has not been awarded a Nobel prize of any kind. This is not to say that he isn't deserving of one.
Aspen Times needs to pay a closer attention to details like this.