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Battle MountainWarrior InvitationalBoys1,600 — 3. Alexis Aguirre, 4:40.61; 6. Jake Borel, 4:46.84.110 hurdles — 2. Demetrius Parrish, 15.72.300 hurdles — 2. Demetrius Parrish, 40.99.1,600 — 8. Battle Mountain, 3:38.773,200 — 3. Battle Mountain 8:20.01High jump — T3. Chance Archuleta and Demetrius Parrish, 5-8.Long jump — 7. Demetrius Parrish, 19-4.Shot put — 7. Jack Skidmore, 42-11.75.Girls400 — 5. Gabby Trueblood, 1:04.63.800
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EAGLE COUNTY — After a shaky start to the calendar year, real estate sales across the Vail Valley rebounded in March, according the market analysis done by Land Title Guarantee Co.The month of March doubled February’s sale volume with nearly $160 million. Transactions nearly doubled also, with 145 sales in March.“I think what happened is just because of the up
Published: April 30, 2016
You’ve been driving for a while and haven’t seen another vehicle in several minutes. You stop because it seems like a good idea.The “whump” of your car door echoes away as you step out and close it.Suddenly, you’re embraced by it.“Listen to that,” you say quietly.“What?” replies your traveling companion. “I don’t hear anything.”“Exactly,” you whisper. “Listen to how quiet
Published: April 30, 2016
EAGLE COUNTY — Attracting hundreds of 8- to 14-year-old boys and girls from all around the state, the Vail Lax Jam hits town next weekend. Tournament play will take place on Saturday and Sunday, May 8, in Edwards, Eagle and Gypsum. The tournament has been taking place for a while here in Eagle County, but this year is only the
Published: April 30, 2016
EAGLE-VAIL — There won’t be any “HAHA” or “LOL” if the Eagle County Sheriff’s Office catches the person involved in criminal mischief incidents involving graffiti during the past year.“Basically to us, they look like they’re from the same person because we’re finding the same style, colors and words in various places,” said Amber Mulson-Barrett, of the Sheriff’s Office.Most of the
Published: April 30, 2016
Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz identifies himself as “Ronald Reagan reborn.” His political record takes dark turns, however, compared to Reagan’s sunny presidential track record.Cruz, who honed legal skills as Princeton University’s debate champion before attending Harvard Law School and clerking at the Supreme Court, takes pride in not wavering from prior legal decisions. Like barnacles on a boat’s hull,
Published: April 30, 2016
That’s not moss, it’s lichen! Next time you are on the trail, you can easily distinguish moss from lichen by getting up close and making some simple observations. At the most basic level, moss is a plant and has plant systems such as leaves and roots, whereas lichens are not plants and therefore lack the basic plant components. So if
Published: April 30, 2016
So, you are thinking of getting a new member of your family, perhaps a new cat? Starting off on the right foot with the care for your feline friend is crucial for having a long-lived relationship, so before you bring Morris or Felix home to stay, please take note of a few suggestions for raising a healthy cat.In the United
Published: April 30, 2016
It’s a province in a foreign country, yet it’s safe, close by and politically stable and the exchange rate is 80 cents to the U.S. dollar. What’s not to like?Like the British who vanquished the French, Quebec, Canada — or Kebec, as it is pronounced from its Algonquin origins — has enticed North Americans since Revolutionaries attempted to lure volunteers,
Published: April 30, 2016
Dear Neil: Some people decide to not have sex with their spouse. So why do these same people get upset when their husband or wife has sex with someone else? Not Sure I UnderstandDear Not Sure: Some people have negative associations with sex. Although they desire to be married, they don’t desire sex or they’ve given up on having a
Published: April 30, 2016
Weather continues to plague the spring sports season, but that does not slow the track and field calendar.Battle Mountain’s trip to Valor Christian on Friday was postponed until Monday by snow, but the fact remains that there are only two weeks left in the regular season, only two more weeks to qualify for state.For 4A Battle Mountain and Eagle Valley
Published: April 29, 2016
My name is Christopher Pryor and I’m reaching out to you for support in the upcoming Western Eagle County Metropolitan Recreation District (WECMRD) board of directors election on Tuesday. For those of you who may not know me directly, I live in Edwards with my wife, Kristen, and our three children, Jack (9), Brady (5), and Peyton (6 months). We
Published: April 29, 2016
The Edwards Metro District is asking for a 1 percent sales tax increase to improve traffic conditions in Edwards. The argument is that shoppers should pay for these improvements, because they cause the congestion. But the improvements mentioned in the supporting documents seem short-term in nature, while the tax lasts until 2040. Riverwalk businesses already charge an additional “fee” of
Published: April 29, 2016
I am baffled by the political turmoil happening in Eagle-Vail right now. I have lived here with my family since 1998, and have served on the Design Review Board since 2010. I am currently chairman of the board. While I have been very involved with design review, I have not been involved with the joint boards. I have however observed
Published: April 29, 2016
The Eagle-Vail Metro District Board claims that the current group of candidates do not have the type of experience necessary to manage the Metro District in the same fashion they have. Let’s hope they are right. The new board members can do so much better.For the past eight years, the current board turned a deaf ear to looming financial issues
Published: April 29, 2016
EAGLE COUNTY — A reduced budget and limited personnel makes 2.3 million acres of White River National Forest a challenge for the U.S. Forest Service rangers to maintain.After watching this national trend for the past couple of years and seeing how other areas across the country attempt to cope with it, the Vail Valley Mountain Bike Association hatched the Adopt
Published: April 29, 2016
Religion and politics are again at the forefront of this year’s presidential race. Yet, in this campaign, self-described evangelicals don’t seem as concerned as they once were about a candidate’s personal faith. Otherwise, more of them might support the openly Christian candidate, Sen. Ted Cruz, rather than Donald Trump, whose familiarity with the Bible, not to mention the lifestyle it
Published: April 29, 2016
VAIL — For some fourth-graders at June Creek Elementary School, the annual overnight field trip to the Colorado National Monument can be a daunting experience away from home.“It’s a scary thing the first night,” said Thomas van Cleave, a fourth-grade teacher at June Creek and a member of SOS Outreach. “By the third night, they’re walking with confidence through the
Published: April 29, 2016
It was supposed to be the bookend on a dream season on Vail Mountain, but for ski instructor Myreh Luallen, Closing Day turned into a nightmare. No one is certain what happened, but when local Brian Little found her, it looked like she had hit a fence post.“She was in a bad situation,” Little said.He called Ski Patrol and assisted
Published: April 29, 2016
Ever since Super Bowl Sunday, TV viewers have seen a lot of advertisements from one of my competitors for a rocket loan in which one can allegedly apply for a loan with nothing more than a smartphone. This includes receiving all disclosures, uploading all documentation and with a click here and a swipe there, you’ll get your money in no
Published: April 29, 2016
Dear Joan, I keep hearing conflicting stories about how our local real estate market is doing. I read the paper, listen to hearsay and, of course, talk to various Realtors in the valley and I seem to get different information from each source. I am trying to make some decisions on investment properties that I own and on some that
Published: April 29, 2016
BEAVER CREEK — Police are asking for help identifying a suspect linked to three separate thefts of items totaling $5,371.On Sunday, Eagle County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to a report of three stolen items from sportswear store Kjus in Beaver Creek Village. Later that day, deputies received another report of several liquor bottles missing from the Golden Eagle Inn Restaurant.On
Published: April 29, 2016
SUMMIT COUNTY— In many homes, bringing natural light into the space can be a challenge. Here in the high country, the opposite is true. With more than 300 days of intense sunlight, the challenge is to temper the natural light. According to interior designer Tracey Egolf, of Egolf Interiors, “architects have done such a wonderful job of designing homes with
Published: April 29, 2016
VAIL — The Vail Recreation District’s special district election takes place on Tuesday. Voters will elect two directors to the district’s board to serve a four-year term.The polling place election will take place at the Grand View Room on the third floor of the Lionshead Welcome Center from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.Eligible voters include anyone registered to vote in
Published: April 29, 2016
Best-Sellers at The Bookworm of Edwards1. “Democracy Now!” by Amy Goodman.2. “We Are Called to Rise,” by Laura McBride.3. “One and Only Ivan,” by Kathy Applegate.4. “Man Called Ove,” by Fredrik Backman.5. “Little Paris Bookshop,” by Nina George.6. “Alchemist: 25th Anniversary Edition,” by Paulo Coelho.7. “My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She’s Sorry,” by Fredrik Backman.8. “It’s All Easy,”
Published: April 29, 2016
NEW YORK — When it comes to emojis, the future is very, very ... Face with Tears of Joy. If you don’t know what that means then you: a) aren’t a 14-year-old girl. b) love to hate those tiny pictures that people text you all the time. Or c) are nowhere near a smartphone or online chat. Otherwise, here in
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EDWARDS — God has been kind to Jadon Lavik. He lives in San Clemente, California, where his avocation is surfing. His vocation is writing and performing Christian music, which is how he ended up in Vail, playing a concert at Calvary Chapel for a screening of “Beyond Sight: The Derek Rabelo Story.”They packed the place out. Lavik, by the way,
Published: April 29, 2016
AVON — Cover Rock Festival on Thursday confirmed that former Grateful Dead member and Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Tom Constanten would perform with Colorado’s own Shakedown Street, along with Dave Herbert, lead guitar and vocals in JGB, in celebration of Shakedown Street’s 30th anniversary. The festival takes place June 25 and 26 at the Avon Performance Pavilion at
Published: April 29, 2016
Men’s Expert1 Jay Henry 2 Ezra Velez 3 Brad Zoller 4 Dan Findley 5 Jason Russell6 Tyler Eaton 7 Wyatt Moehring 8 Samuel Bennett 9 Todd Foral 10 Matt Johnson 11 Adam Plummer 12 Wayne Thebeau 13 Tim Mt Pleasant 13 Miles Gentry 14 Craig Campbell Men’s Sport 1 Miles Gentry 2 Tim Mt Pleasant 3 Shayne Methvin 4 Robert Moehring 5 John Maclellan 6 David Sanders-Kulesza 7 Hank Esperan 8 Grant SmithMen’s Beginner 1 Michael Wheeler Women’s Beginner 1 Michelle Stone 2 Jamie Woodworth 3 Maddy Trtanj 4 Juiya ChapmanBoys 10-14 1
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EDWARDS —The feeling is somewhere between disbelief and heartbreak, perhaps in equal parts.Vail Christian soccer lost to Grand Valley, 2-1, on Thursday, but the bigger story was that Saints sophomore Jessie Raitt went down with an apparent knee injury … again.And in answer to the next question, no, it wasn’t the right knee she injured last spring and rehabbed so
Published: April 28, 2016
EAGLE COUNTY — Saturday provides an opportunity to clean out medicine cabinets of all unwanted, expired or unused medications and dispose of them safely.The Vail Police Department will again participate in National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. Collected items will be incinerated in an environmentally-friendly manner by the Drug Enforcement Agency, which spearheads the national event.The service is free and
Published: April 28, 2016
EAGLE COUNTY — While many locals are getting out the bikes, rafts and skateboards, backcountry enthusiasts are coming upon the prime of their season. The deep snowpack has been stable this spring, keeping avalanche risk low and the stoke high. Avalanche forecaster Spencer Logan, with the Colorado Avalanche Information Center, has been forecasting avalanche conditions for the past 12 years
Published: April 28, 2016
AVON — The dirt may be fun, but when you’re in a rush, there’s nothing like pavement.It’s a truth bikers know well, and for Wildridge resident Scott Prince, the choice between dirt and pavement is one he’s often forced to make. Juggling work as a banker, public service as an elected official and family life as a husband and father,
Published: April 28, 2016
EAGLE — Karen Iuele admitted she committed welfare fraud in Eagle County while she was in custody in Garfield County for forgery and theft.Iuele decided she didn’t need preliminary hearing Tuesday.Instead, she pleaded guilty Wednesday morning and faces between six and 12 years behind bars, where she already resides for stealing money from an Aspen insurance agency, and two other
Published: April 28, 2016
You remember the old arcade game in which players use a mallet to hit randomly-appearing toy moles back into their holes? So much of running a chamber of commerce is similar to the old Whack-a-Mole game.Let me explain. Much like Whack-a-Mole, chamber professionals never know where the next opportunity is going to be, and to be successful you have to
Published: April 28, 2016
Let’s call this the gratitude column.I know, I know. How many goodbye pieces is this fool going to write anyway? You’re not the only one to think this, believe me. During one of my last meetings, someone, actually my boss, got up and wrote on a white board: “Rogers, you can leave at any time.” He’s a Southern gentleman and
Published: April 28, 2016
Do you love Eagle-Vail like I do? If you live in Eagle-Vail, I hope you will cast your ballot for new board members in the Eagle-Vail Metropolitan District election. There are eight people who volunteered for three open board seats. All would make good board members. The primary role of the Eagle-Vail Metro District Board is to care for the
Published: April 28, 2016
When someone has an emergency and calls 911 they need help immediately. Callers expect the phone will be answered and help is on its way. But what happens when the expected help doesn’t come or is delayed? Emergency responders and planners position fire stations to best serve the community. But as a community grows, the volume and complexity of calls
Published: April 28, 2016
Let’s correct the record regarding several assertions made in Mike Kieler’s letter to the editor (Thursday’s Vail Daily). The essence of his comments were “Carl Luppens’ comments not true.” These hollow assertions, without factual support, should be ignored by the residents of Eagle-Vail. Readers that are interested in the truth can easily verify the following:• Has significant financial information been
Published: April 28, 2016
My name is Elizabeth Jones and I am running for a four year term on the WECMRD board this Tuesday. My family has been involved with WECMRD for 11 years and I know that the WECMRD facilities are by far some of the greatest assets of our valley. As a parent of three great kids that grew up in WECMRD
Published: April 28, 2016
My name is Patti Sills, and I’m running for a seat on the Eagle-Vail Metro District Board. I’m eager to bring a fresh perspective and open mind to the key issues facing our community. The most important element I can offer is honesty and a determination for broad community input and open processes.We, as a community, expect our money to
Published: April 28, 2016
So many people in Eagle-Vail seem to want to be outraged by governance issues these days but are being shielded from an issue that should cause them legitimate pause. The recently reconstructed Property Owners’ Association board has agreed to settle a matter regarding the non-payment of dues by a community member that has lasted for close to 10 years. This
Published: April 28, 2016
I am a very selfish person. Presently, the fire station in Avon is located about a block away from the building in which I live. Moving it to the frontage road, next to Northside Kitchen near the Interstate 70 roundabout, will mean that it will be much closer to the Wildridge area, much closer to the building on Nottingham Road
Published: April 28, 2016
EYE IN THE SKY | “Eye in the Sky” stars Helen Mirren as Col. Katherine Powell, a U.K.-based military officer who is commanding a top-secret drone operation to capture terrorists in Kenya. Events escalate when news of a deadly suicide mission spreads, and American pilot Steve Watts (Aaron Paul) is conflicted when a 9-year-old girl walks into the kill zone.
Published: April 28, 2016
World War II was a massive conflict that spelled death for millions of people from all around the world, and behind every soldier who fought against the Axis nations were countless others who helped make the final outcome successful. Many of them were individuals who worked in the shadows, hidden behind vows of secrecy. The scientists and engineers who worked
Published: April 28, 2016
the first time I went fly-fishing I was wearing borrowed waders. The person — guy — from whom I’d borrowed them had to have been at least twice my size. I cinched the shoulder straps as tightly as possible, fit my feet into the massive boots and looked, with slight dismay, at the amount of waterproof fabric that ballooned from
Published: April 28, 2016
KEYSTONE — As music has evolved, it is no longer easy to categorize a band’s genre. Music reflecting different artists’ influences meshes together to create variations of every genre. In bluegrass, the style has now branched from traditional to include progressive, jamgrass and even newgrass. It’s no different for up-and-coming Colorado band Coral Creek, whose music blends together Americana, country,
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May the Fourth Be With You Party at Vail Public Library this Wednesday! Join us for Star Wars fun as we have a special showing of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.” The fun begins at 4 p.m. with Star Wars themed food, an intergalactic photo booth and coloring. The movie will start at 4:30 p.m.
Published: April 28, 2016
EAGLE — Leonard Loomis told the judge he just wanted to make sure the facts were correct.That’s why, as prosecutors hit the highlights of his 35-page criminal record, he interrupted to say he has been convicted of six felonies — not just three, as prosecutors had said.He also blurted out that the charges were (a euphemism for bovine byproduct) and
Published: April 27, 2016
EVERGREEN — And, finally, Battle Mountain lacrosse got a laugher.The Huskies have been playing a Murderers’ Row of non-Mountain Conference teams, and got a well-deserved breather with a 20-5 thumping of Evergreen on Wednesday.Think we’re joking about Murderer’s Row? Dawson, Windsor, Valor Christian and Thompson Valley, all of whom have been on the Huskies’ schedule, are a combined 34-13. And
Published: April 27, 2016
EAGLE — Trevor Story and the Colorado Rockies have cooled off and the Avalanche are watching the NHL playoffs from home, but, thankfully for football fans, the Broncos are still riding high off hoisting the Lombardi trophy at Super Bowl 50 in February. The ride continues as the fourth annual Mile High Salute to Fans Tour is coming to Eagle
Published: April 27, 2016
Throughout the past year, the Town Council and I have worked hard to find the right solution for Avon’s main municipal building, which is in poor shape. When the voters did not support the price and financing for the Skier Building, we hired an independent consultant to study the current building and options. The consultant found that renovating Town Hall
Published: April 27, 2016
EDWARDS — The first anniversary of the initial Nepal earthquake came and went on Monday, with media reports that millions of aid dollars have not reached the victims, whose lives remain mired in rubble.That’s not the case with the money you donated, Eagle County.The Sherpa Foundation raised more than $100,000 in a few months and spent every dime rebuilding homes
Published: April 27, 2016
In response to Carl Luppens’ Monday letter to the editor, perhaps it would be helpful for the good folks of Eagle-Vail to get the truth. Mr. Luppens’ desperate attempts to try and convince the voters that he is a worthy candidate for a board seat on the Eagle-Vail Metro District is really beneath any of us, including him. Mr. Luppens
Published: April 27, 2016
In the April 19 edition of the Vail Daily, you ran an article announcing me as the new campus administrator for Castle Peak Senior Life & Rehabilitation in Eagle Ranch. I had stated that “I am proud to be part of an exciting new chapter in Eagle history by providing the first senior living community in the area.” A couple
Published: April 27, 2016
If you are a qualified voter in the Edwards Metro District, I urge you to vote “yes” on Ballot Initiative 5A. The increased sales tax will help fund much-needed improvements to our area infrastructure, providing better access for vehicles, pedestrians and cyclists. This is a great way to leverage local resources (10 percent of cost) with Colorado Department of Transportation
Published: April 27, 2016
Please vote “yes” on the ballot initiatives for the Avon Police Department and the Eagle River Fire District. Not only will the construction of the proposed joint public safety facility ensure better police and fire service for our community, it will also free up land by Nottingham Park for better uses for everyone who lives in and visits Avon.We can
Published: April 27, 2016
EAGLE-VAIL — The race for three seats on the Eagle-Vail Metropolitan District Board of Directors has become personal.Several candidates for metro district seats came to Saturday’s meeting to complain about an email they attributed to outgoing board president Louise Funk. That email, which runs to three pages of printed text, expressed Funk’s opinions of most of the candidates in the
Published: April 27, 2016
DENVER — Sen. Kerry Donovan’s bill to designate the third Saturday in May as Public Lands Day passed the house on Tuesday. The bill, which the Senate Democratic Caucus has called one of their legislative priorities, now heads to the Senate for consideration. The bill would honor the impact public lands have on Colorado’s economy and way of life, said
Published: April 27, 2016
AVON — There is no question about McCoy resident John Comer’s commitment to preserving local history. Comer, 84, has restored the landmark waterwheel on his ranch three times since 1976, with the most recent restoration last year. If spring run-off on the Colorado River cooperates, the waterwheel, undoubtedly one of the county’s most prominent historic landmarks, should be around for
Published: April 27, 2016
EDWARDS — A local narcotics team arrested a California man wanted for attempted murder.Raymond Morales, 22, had been living in Eagle-Vail and Avon for about a month when citizens told police where he was, said the Eagle County Sheriff’s Office.Officers with the Gore Range Narcotics Interdiction Team found Morales in his car as he was driving around the Edwards area.Eagle
Published: April 27, 2016
All human endeavor asks the question, “How do we get there?”The answer probably is, “Over a bridge.”Local storyteller, author and historian Kathy Heicher’s “The Bridges of Eagle County” is a delightful account of the people and places that built Eagle County, from Dotsero to Red Cliff. Heicher uses historic bridges — both existing and some that have been replaced —
Published: April 27, 2016
When I wrote about Santa Fe, New Mexico, five years ago, I used the word sojourn. That’s because it was an autumn girls’ trip with a friend from college and it was just that, complete with leisurely meals, decadent spa visits and plenty of quiet, introspective time spent wandering galleries and museums and absorbing the city’s mesmerizing energy. Much has
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EAGLE — Vendor registration is now open for the seventh annual 4 Corners Fencing Western Slope Home & Recreation Expo, which returns to the Eagle River Center on Saturday, May 14, and Sunday, May 15. The expo is the region’s largest event of its kind, featuring companies from around Colorado and beyond, showcasing remodeling and repair products, renewable windows and
Published: April 27, 2016
EDWARDS — This time of year is usually when parents search for good ideas for summer camps and activities for their kids.Look no further than the Eagle River Youth Coalition’s Family Jam and Summer Plan, taking place on Saturday, May 7, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Brush Creek Pavilion in Eagle. Slifer Smith & Frampton and US
Published: April 27, 2016
EDWARDS — This time of year is usually when parents search for good ideas for summer camps and activities for their kids.Look no further than the Eagle River Youth Coalition’s Family Jam and Summer Plan, taking place on Saturday, May 7, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Brush Creek Pavilion in Eagle. Slifer Smith & Frampton and US
Published: April 27, 2016
Roller derby is more than women with cool nicknames duking it out on the rink. For the 10th Mountain Division Roller Dolls, it’s a way of life.The team in Eagle formed in 2011 and is starting to get serious in the world of roller derby. In March, the team graduated from its apprenticeship with The Women’s Flat Track Derby Association
Published: April 27, 2016
VAIL — Changes to the ecosystem as a result of the effects of global warming over time can be difficult to see with the naked eye. “Then & Now: The Changing Arctic Landscape” is a multimedia exhibit that allows one to do just that. The exhibit, sponsored by RA Nelson and the town of Vail, will be shown at the
Published: April 27, 2016
CRAIG — Don’t say it.Really, please no talking about it.Sure, it would be nice to go to the 2A state thingamajig, but even after four wins in a row, including a 2-1 win at Moffat County on Tuesday, Vail Christian soccer is not thinking about the thingamajig. (It rhymes with layoffs, if you’re confused.)“We’re not focusing on that,” Saints coach
Published: April 26, 2016
It’s the perennial question among anglers in Eagle County — When will the caddisfly hatch this year?Mother’s Day is used as a benchmark date to watch for caddisflies on the Eagle River; the holiday is celebrated on the second Sunday in May every year and this year, with the first Sunday also being the first day of the month, Mother’s
Published: April 26, 2016
AVON — The Sweetheart City has earned its nickname this year.After being courted by Loveland Fire Chief Mark Miller, Avon Police Chief Bob Ticer has decided to leave Avon to become the chief in Loveland, otherwise known as the Sweetheart City.Of course, says Ticer, there were many other factors.“I was drawn to the size of the department,” he said. “Also,
Published: April 26, 2016
The 2016 legislative session has been relatively quiet on the education policy front. Frankly, for most associated with our schools, this has been a welcome change.Perhaps the biggest education legislation put forth this year comes with the introduction of Senate Bills 187 and 188, which collectively contain provisions to equalize funding for charter schools in the state with traditional district
Published: April 26, 2016
EAGLE COUNTY — Police are looking for a 34-year-old man wanted in a high speed pursuit who has multiple arrest warrants from several different counties throughout the state.On Sunday at 1 a.m., local law enforcement was notified that Colorado State Patrol tried to stop a vehicle in Summit County when the vehicle fled in excess of 100 mph and entered
Published: April 26, 2016
I went to law school in southern California. Not surprisingly, so did my law school classmates, every one. Southern California being… well… southern California, most of them stayed there after law school and hung out their shingles. Even most of the hardened New Yorkers and Jerseyites who claimed they would never, ever stay in the land of fruits and nuts
Published: April 26, 2016
Jonathan Herwig passed away at home on Friday from complications of cancer.Jon was born and raised in western Pennsylvania. He backpacked around the United States for a couple of years after college and loved the mountains of Colorado most. Jon eventually returned to Colorado and made it his home. He worked for Vail Resorts on Vail Mountain for 18 years.He
Published: April 26, 2016
In safe towns like Avon, we don’t give much thought to police.We may give them more attention when we’re pushing the speed limit or driving home after a drink, but 74 percent of the people who participated in the 2015 Avon community survey expressed satisfaction with police services, and 93 percent said they feel safe in their neighborhood.On April 2,
Published: April 26, 2016
Chances are you haven’t needed your cat removed from a tree lately, or a fire in your house extinguished, or CPR administered to you or a loved one. If you have, chances are you can stop reading this, as you’re most likely already in support of the upcoming ballot initiative to improve the infrastructure for Eagle River Fire Protection District.
Published: April 26, 2016
Firefighters are not firefighters because they need to be. They do it because they want to help people, and make someone’s day a little brighter than it may be at that point. But it’s not always as cool as some people make it sound. It takes hard work and dedication beyond compare. They put their lives at risk to help
Published: April 26, 2016
Where does your wine come from? Well, when you buy an American wine, the answer is almost always on the label.Say you buy a wine from California. On the label it will say where the grapes in that wine were sourced. If they came from a number of vineyards in different parts of the state, the label will simply say
Published: April 26, 2016

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