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EDWARDS — Vail Mountain School soccer earned a season sweep of its local rivals, knocking off Vail Christian, 3-1, on Thursday at Freedom Park in Edwards.Tess Johnson scored all three goals and this time, we really mean it. Johnson allegedly had two goals against Coal Ridge, but one of those should have been credited to Anwyn Urquhart on Tuesday.Meanwhile, it’s
Published: May 5, 2016
EDWARDS — It’s getting harder and harder for the world of Colorado high school girls lacrosse to ignore the Mountain Conference, and, more particularly, that silly little Battle Mountain team.Those silly little Huskies ladies, in the eyes of the Front Range, beat Ralston Valley, 13-12, on Thursday afternoon in Edwards. The Mustangs are ranked no. 9 in the CHSAA poll
Published: May 5, 2016
Between growing security lines, shrinking seat sizes and paying extra for everything from carry-ons to window seats, there’s plenty to grumble about in modern air travel. However, for many Colorado families flying with young children adds an additional level of complexity, making for an especially stressful and often expensive experience. That’s why last month, we sponsored an amendment to the
Published: May 5, 2016
WOLCOTT — A McCoy man was killed in a pre-dawn hit-and-run, and police are looking for the driver of the vehicle that they believe hit him.Thomas Landauer, 76, died around 4 a.m. Thursday when he was struck by an unknown vehicle that left the area, said Josh Lewis, Colorado State Patrol public information officer.The Colorado State Patrol was called at
Published: May 5, 2016
We as a nation have finally found ourselves at edge of an abyss we never imagined, not at least in several generations. We as a nation have heard the news of the suspension of Cruz’s presidential bid and allowing Trump to become the presumptive Republican presidential nominee. It was a gallant effort by many to organize and formulate a response
Published: May 5, 2016
Over 40 years ago the idea for Earth Day was originally conceived by Wisconsin Sen. Gaylord Nelson to heighten awareness around industrial practices that were destroying our natural environment. While there are still an overwhelming amount of environmental threats and disasters, it brings me great pleasure that on this past Earth Day, Eagle County Commissioner Kathy Chandler-Henry and Summit County
Published: May 5, 2016
The Denver Post’s article regarding elected District Attorney Bruce Brown’s “vacation days” mischaracterizes his work ethic. District Attorney Brown is committed to his community: Victims, accused, constituents and employees. The Fifth Judicial is a huge jurisdiction requiring long-distance travel between four offices. That doesn’t slow down District Attorney Brown, who is available to each office and each employee nearly 24
Published: May 5, 2016
On behalf of the board of directors, our 84 Paramedics, emergency medical technicians and administrative staff, we wish to thank the voters for their support of Eagle County Paramedic Services. We promise to continue to be good stewards of your money and deliver the exceptional paramedic services you have come to expect. It is clear that public safety is well
Published: May 5, 2016
EAGLE — By all accounts, Anthony Chase is a delightful guy.Still, on the afternoon of July 23, 2015, Chase was legally drunk when he drove a 58,000 concrete pumper truck across the U.S. Highway 6 centerline near Wolcott, and head-on into Sergio Armando Ordonez Morales’ minivan.“Who will survive? The vehicle with the most lug nuts,” said Trooper Jeremy Tice with
Published: May 5, 2016
EAGLE — It took about an hour and a half of additional executive session conversation, but members of the Eagle Town Board emerged from a closed-door session Wednesday and unanimously voted to hire John Schneiger — the top candidate identified through a town manager search conducted by the previous town board.Schneiger will earn $126,000 annually and begin work May 16.
Published: May 5, 2016
Business, much like life, is less what you do and more why you do it.Simon Sinek, author of “Start With Why,” explains this concept well in his famous TED Talk. Your why is your purpose, your belief, your motivation for action. The concept is explained well in the parable about the three bricklayers. They story goes like this:“Once there were
Published: May 5, 2016
Charlie Stone, 78, of Vail and Denver, passed away April 26 as a result of complications from a broken hip after a recent fall.The second son born to his family in Cambridge Springs, Pennsylvania, Charlie lived with his mother and father and five siblings. The family had a couple of “drop-off brothers” who also lived with them on a small
Published: May 5, 2016
VAIL — Vail Mountain School’s 24th annual garage sale is today and Saturday.The event includes items donated by Vail Mountain School families and local stores Nest, Holy Toledo and Ritzy Recalls.The event is held at Vail Mountain School and fills a gymnasium.“We have lots of great things ready and waiting,” said Sue Franciose, Vail Mountain School parent and event organizer.
Published: May 5, 2016
Mother’s Day is almost here, so start shopping for the flowers or candy for Mom. But this year, why not also go beyond the traditional?Here are a few suggestions:• Contribute to her IRA. As long as your mother is employed, she can contribute to an IRA, and she may already have one. You can’t contribute directly to her IRA, but
Published: May 5, 2016
AVON — The Children’s Garden of Learning is hosting its fourth annual Vail Derby Party to celebrate Saturday’s 142nd Run for the Roses.This year, they’ll be at Maya restaurant at The Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa in Avon from 3 to 6 p.m.The annual event is a benefit for the Children’s Garden of Learning.Along with food and games, they’ll be
Published: May 5, 2016
VAIL — With the local ski areas closed and many residents fleeing for warmer weather, employees of the town of Vail and the Vail Recreation District aren’t having the same shoulder season experience.“A lot of people don’t realize the behind the scenes things that go on,” said Susie Hervert, of the Vail Public Works Department. “It’s really not an offseason
Published: May 5, 2016
Best-sellers at The Bookworm of Edwards1. “Feed Zone Table,” by Biju K. Thomas and Allen Lim.2. “Little Paris Bookshop,” by Nina George.3. “Feed Zone Portables,” by Biju K. Thomas and Allen Lim.4. “Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up,” by Marie Kondo.5. “Luckiest Girl Alive,” by Jessica Knoll.6. “Pat the Bunny,” by Dorothy Kunhardt.7. “Dead Wake,” by Erik Larson.8. “Boys in the
Published: May 5, 2016
The 142nd running of the Kentucky Derby will be held Saturday at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky, which means it’s time for big hats, bets and mint juleps. The mint julep is probably one of the most well-known traditions of the Kentucky Derby. According to the Kentucky Derby website, each year almost 120,000 mint juleps are served during the two-day
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You remember how you gleefully ignored your high school English teacher as she droned on about “Great Expectations”?And how you read comic books instead of Charles Dickens’ work, because the expectations in “Great Expectations” aren’t that great?And how she took away your comic books as your shrieked that in 183,349 words, Dickens’ “Great Expectations” should have been able to come
Published: May 5, 2016
RANCHO DEL RIO — On Tuesday, Campout for the Cause will announce the full event lineup of live music, yoga and lifestyle workshops, open registration for the festival’s inaugural Stand Up Paddle Colorado Invitational and release single-day festival tickets. Tuesday also marks the end of $99 early bird ticketing, when $119 full event and camping passes will be available for
Published: May 5, 2016
EAGLE — District Attorney Bruce Brown says he took 26 days off last year, not the six-and-a-half weeks asserted by a Front Range newspaper.Brown took issue with a Denver Post story, and said he has taken 68 days off in the 39 months since January 2013, when he was sworn in as the 5th Judicial District Attorney.“As the DA, when
Published: May 2, 2016
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LEADVILLE — A manhunt is on for a murder suspect in a Leadville slaying on Monday.A warrant for first-degree murder has been issued for Matthew James Haley, 30, in connection with the stabbing death of Jordan Gausman.About 11:30 p.m. Monday, an argument between Haley and Gausman turned physical at the Silver Dollar Saloon, where Gausman worked, according to the Colorado
Published: May 4, 2016
EDWARDS — Battle Mountain hockey’s Hunter Fox is the only junior to earn first team all-state honors, but it’s what he did off the ice that has him earning more praise.The junior was recently presented the Hobey Baker Foundation award, recognizing a high school hockey player for outstanding performance on and off the ice. Players are selected based on integrity,
Published: May 4, 2016
GYPSUM — Zeth Ramsay and his close family spent three agonizing days watching every single minute of last week’s National Football League Draft and at the end of it all, they were all feeling pretty deflated when not one of the 32 teams called his name.That feeling lasted for about five minutes, when Ramsay got a call from the offensive
Published: May 4, 2016
The American media under-reported a story several months ago that might directly impact the United States via various means — A key summit between the United Kingdom and the European Union. British Prime Minister David Cameron met his Brussels’ counterparts with demands for the United Kingdom’s remaining in the European Union’s ranks. Both parties reached an agreement surrounding the issue.
Published: May 4, 2016
No matter your background or your ZIP code, every Coloradan deserves a fair shot at affording a quality health care plan. Unfortunately, those of us in the high country are all too aware of the ever-rising cost of health care. While it is true that our state’s total uninsured rate has dropped dramatically in recent years, the reality is that
Published: May 4, 2016
Think of law as a swimming pool. It can be a large one or a small one, as you choose. It can be a classic kidney shape, a rectangle or guitar-shaped like a rock star’s. It doesn’t matter. The concept to focus on is one of filling up. A pool can be more full or less full; the shallow end
Published: May 4, 2016
VAIL — Betty Ford Alpine Gardens is gearing up for a busy summer, and volunteers are needed to make it all possible. A volunteer spring kickoff and potluck lunch will be held from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Monday at the Gardens’ Education Center.“It takes an enormous effort to run the gardens, and we couldn’t do it without the
Published: May 4, 2016
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Girls Softball Players NeededAre you a 13- to 15-year-old girl who is interested in playing softball this summer? We are trying to put together a team to complete in the Valley League (Eagle Valley, Aspen, Rifle and Basalt) this summer and still need players. The league runs from the end of May until July 16. Games will be held in
Published: May 4, 2016
AVON — The Art of the Valley Gallery in Avon, in conjunction with the Vail Valley Art Guild, will hold a reception on Friday for its “Arbor Day” exhibit. There will be more than 50 paintings, photographs and ceramics on display through Tuesday, May 31. Arbor Day is celebrated in various countries around the world and is reputed to have
Published: May 4, 2016
VAIL — The Vail Symposium’s annual end-of-year survey was completed by 130 program patrons and indicated a successful winter season, with 79 percent of those surveyed indicating they were “very satisfied” with the events attended. From Jan. 4 to March 28, the Vail Symposium organized 22 events, featuring 29 speakers. Four events were free to attend, and three were $10
Published: May 4, 2016
Ain’t no mountain high enough if you’re Lucas Onan.The Vail ski instructor is spending his summer riding his bicycle coast-to-coast for Bike & Build, which does what the name suggests — bicycle expeditions are arranged around helping build affordable housing projects.Appalachian StateOnan, 25, graduated Appalachian State University and headed to Vail, but he took the scenic route.He was born in
Published: May 4, 2016
EDWARDS — There are thousands of stories to be discovered at The Bookworm of Edwards. There are lands to visit, characters to meet and countless adventures to experience from the page. One of the lesser-known stories to discover begins with a coffee farm and ends with your morning cup of joe.On Saturday morning, the local indie bookshop is hosting Coffee
Published: May 4, 2016
EAGLE-VAIL — This neighborhood elected two new members to its metropolitan district board and returned an appointed incumbent, who received the most votes of any of the eight candidates running.Voters elected Chuck Toms, who had been appointed to fill a board vacancy, and David Warner to four-year terms. Kim Bell Williams led a field of four people seeking a two-year
Published: May 3, 2016
EDWARDS — Nine candidates ran for four Western Eagle County Metropolitan Recreation District board of directors seats during the polling place election across the county Tuesday.Mikayla Curtis (93 votes), Christopher Pryor (83) and Elizabeth Jones (82) earned four-year terms, and Michael McCormack (90 votes) won the two-year term, based on unofficial results.John McCaulley (68 votes) was appointed to a seat
Published: May 3, 2016
EDWARDS — The valleywide ambulance district won its tax increase election by 24 votes, missing an automatic recount by 10.“People sometimes think their vote does not mean anything, but yes, it does,” said Veronica Ross, the district’s administrative manager and designated election official. “We are elated.”Eagle County Health Service District faced a $1.8 million annual operating deficit because, under Obamacare,
Published: May 3, 2016
AVON — Voters on Tuesday approved moving both the police and fire stations in town to a combined facility on Buck Creek Road.It is a complicated deal that started last spring with a land swap and culminated Tuesday with separate voter approval on both the police and fire plans. The Eagle River Fire Protection District received 1,744 votes in favor,
Published: May 3, 2016
EDWARDS — Voters on Tuesday approved a proposal for a 1 percent sales tax increase for most of the businesses in the community. The sales tax is a way for Edwards to help pay for improvements to the state highways that make up the main thoroughfares in the community.Those roads — U.S. Highway 6 and the spur road that links
Published: May 3, 2016
GYPSUM — The third time was the charm for the Gypsum Fire District’s tax proposal.Gypsum voters approved the proposed property tax increase by a 2-1 margin, bringing desperately needed cash to their local fire district.This was the fire district’s third run at a tax increase in recent years. It lost by a 2-1 margin in 2012 and by 70 votes
Published: May 3, 2016
FRUITA — Battle Mountain girls lacrosse kept its drive alive for a playoff spot on Tuesday with a 16-15 win at Fruita Monument.The Huskies are 11-1 after Tuesday’s win, which they led all the way.Katie Kessenich, Maggie Berger, Marti Schmidt, Natalie Berger, Haley Frischholz and Lindsay Sierant were all in on the scoring. Meanwhile, goalie Siena Miller got a serious
Published: May 3, 2016
EVERGREEN — As Scarlett O’Hara reminded moviegoers that “tomorrow is another day,” so it was for Battle Mountain soccer.After a devastating 3-0 defeat to Steamboat Springs on Tuesday at home, tomorrow came on Wednesday as the Huskies bounced back in a big way with a 2-1 win at Evergreen.Whatever frustrations Battle Mountain has had with the Sailors, this win says
Published: May 3, 2016
Dear Madame Secretary Penny Pritzker,As a billionaire, current commerce secretary and regular speaker at the Aspen Institute, you stated recently on NPR that President Barak Obama wants the feds to encourage “competition.”Great! If the president is really sincere, then start with telling White River National Forest bigwig Scott Fitzwilliams to allow multiple competing ski schools here at Vail, Beaver Creek,
Published: May 3, 2016
VAIL — Two open seats on the Vail Recreation District’s board of directors will be filled by Bill J. Suarez and Roland J. Kjesbo after the special district’s polling place election held Tuesday.“I ran for the VRD board because after living in Vail for 40 years, I wanted to give back to the community that had given so much to
Published: May 3, 2016
Hardly a day, week or month goes by when it isn’t “national (something) (day, week or month).” This week happens to be National Travel and Tourism Week. According to the U.S. Travel Association’s website, this week was established in 1983 by a congressional resolution. The idea, apparently, is to recognize and promote the impact travel and tourism have on the
Published: May 3, 2016
“The quality of an education system cannot exceed the quality of its teachers.” This was the bold proclamation issued by the internationally-renowned business consulting firm McKinsey and Co., in an influential 2007 report which looked at the world’s best education systems from an international benchmarking perspective.As strong as this statement is, it is difficult to validate from a scientific perspective.
Published: May 3, 2016
Born in San Mateo, California, most of his youth was spent in Eagle. Art graduated from Eagle Valley High School in Gypsum in 1982. He was in the Army for three months and was honorably discharged in April of 1985.Art worked for Rocky Mountain Casting in Eagle from 1985 to 1988. From May, 1988 to May, 1997, he worked for
Published: May 3, 2016
Jane M. Martinez ended her journey in life on Monday. She passed away peacefully in Littleton at the age of 90.Jane was born in Pueblo on Nov. 10, 1925. She was the second child of Joe and Rachel Lucero.She is survived by her children, Cynthia (Chris) Trujillo, of Littleton; Michael “Mickey” (Becky) Martinez, of Monroe, Washington; Robert Martinez, of Minturn;
Published: May 3, 2016
It’s that time of year. Spring is here, and everybody needs to do a little spring cleaning, maybe get rid of some stuff in the basement. Even billionaires.William I. Koch, better known as Bill to those who know him — and those who don’t — has decided it’s time to part with a few things below his house(s) and clean
Published: May 3, 2016
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Editor’s note: High altitudes make cookies spread in the pan, cakes fall and few baked goods turn out as they do at sea level. This twice-monthly column presents recipes and tips that make baking in the mountains successful. This bread is pleasing and understated, with no strong tastes or heavy textures. Instead, it’s well balanced, with a light crumb and
Published: May 3, 2016
That’s me in the picture, picking a bunch of early radishes last May. That’s right, harvesting in May, when there can still be snow in the air on some years. If you get an early start on your garden, in March or April, you can be harvesting early-season vegetables by May and certainly in June. My favorite radish variety is
Published: May 3, 2016
Jeremy Thiesen is committed to eating local food, and he wanted to help others eat the products of local artisans.“It was really quite difficult in many aspects to buy local, especially in Colorado when in winter all the farmers markets close down,” he says.While a good number of food entrepreneurs have made it into Whole Foods markets, and smaller producers
Published: May 3, 2016
AVON — Maya at The Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa will celebrate Cinco de Mayo on Thursday, with happy hour all night long, including margaritas and sangria for $6.50, beers for $4, tacos for $3 and small plates for $5. On Sunday, Maya will host a special Mother’s Day brunch from 10 a.m. to 2 pm. The buffet features a
Published: May 3, 2016
BASALT — This had been a bit in coming, to say the least.Battle Mountain baseball returned from spring break and got a much-needed and deserved 6-4 win at Basalt on Monday, snapping a five game skid.The Huskies (5-9 overall) tied the game at one in the top of the second with a Nick Williams single. Peyton Kellerman brought him home
Published: May 2, 2016
EDWARDS — It wasn’t as a dramatic as President John F. Kennedy declaring that “a torch has been passed,” but it was a changing of the guard on Monday in Edwards.Steamboat Springs soccer defeated Battle Mountain, 3-0, wresting the 4A Slope title from the three-time defending champion Huskies.“It’s fantastic,” Sailors coach Rob Bohlmann said. “We’ve talked a lot about those
Published: May 2, 2016
GLENWOOD SPRINGS — After all the ups and downs, Battle Mountain boys lacrosse is right where it was a year ago — back in the Mountain Conference title game.The Huskies knocked off Glenwood, 12-9, on Monday to win the Mountain’s Northern Division for the second year in the row. They will host the South winner — Aspen, Fruita Monument or
Published: May 2, 2016
Dear Robert Ticer, chief of the Avon Police Department,First, I would like to say that I have always been and still am a supporter of police officers. I truly appreciate the men and women who put their lives on the line every day for me and others.With that said, I have to say I am very saddened with how my
Published: May 2, 2016
Springtime is here and what does that mean? Backcountry skiing! Who says it’s time to put away your skis just yet? Colorado mountain weather is unpredictable, and snow in May is always a possibility (There’s a storm rolling in as we speak), so why not get some last-minute runs before it all melts off?[iframe width=”640” height=”360” src=”https://www.youtube.com/embed/Y5n-AzQYNxw” frameborder=”0” allowfullscreen></iframe]Birth of
Published: May 2, 2016
I have lived in Eagle-Vail for 3 1/2 years. During that time, I have gotten to know Moses Gonzales and his wife, Cindy. Moses and Cindy are both longtime residents of Eagle-Vail and the valley. Moses is a selfless individual who puts the needs of others above his own. He has a passion for serving this community. He worked many
Published: May 2, 2016
As I predicted, the old Eagle-Vail cronies, the tax and spend 5A proponents, will say anything to try to keep me from representing you on the Metro District board. They credit me, and a few others, for the defeat of 5A. They know that I will protect taxpayers and voters. I have, and will continue, to challenge illegal or improper
Published: May 2, 2016
Vote “yes” for police in Avon. The existing police facilities are undersized and outdated. The new public safety facility will house both police and fire at a more convenient location at the intersection between Buck Creek and Swift Gulch roads, behind the new medical office building. This collaboration between the town and Eagle River Fire Protection District will save both
Published: May 2, 2016
I have a very sweet 5-year-old cocker spaniel poodle mix who loves one thing, playing fetch. I also have a very rambunctious 4-year-old who loves playing at the park. So, on one of the first few nice and warm days we’ve had, I take my pup and daughter to our neighborhood Nottingham Park to stretch my dog’s winter legs playing
Published: May 2, 2016
I have known Steve Connolly for a number of years and have been impressed with his interest and concern for the town and his willingness to listen to people before making a decision. He is also a strong proponent of transparency. I feel these are important qualities and ones that will serve him well on the Vail Recreation District Board.Mark
Published: May 2, 2016
Sunday, April 17, I was hiking with my dog, Cowboy (a 9-month-old golden retriever), and my dear friend in West Lake Creek. After an unfortunate series of events involving a skier on the trail, Cowboy became spooked and took off bolting toward the trailhead. Immediately following after him, my friend, the skier and I spent the next several hours searching
Published: May 2, 2016
AVON — Michael Dunahay wants to bring his business savvy to county government and is running for county commissioner.The former business executive announced Friday he will run against Jill Ryan for the District 1 seat, representing the eastern end of the valley. Commissioners are elected at-large by the entire county.“I feel it’s my civic duty. I have the time, I
Published: May 2, 2016
VAIL — The Bessie Minor Swift Foundation, formed by the owners and founder of Swift Communications, awards grants to programs that promote literacy, reading and writing skills as well as programs that focus on the arts, languages and sciences. Since 2008, more than $375,000 has been awarded to 145 organizations in the communities where Swift Communications conducts business.The deadline for
Published: May 2, 2016
EAGLE COUNTY — Tim Garton passed away in Kansas City, Missouri, in the early morning hours of April 25, succumbing to Myelodysplastic syndrome. His beloved wife and best friend, Mara, was by his side. He was 73. As a husband, father, swimmer, outdoorsman, entrepreneur and scholar, Tim was known for his larger-than-life persona, his boundless love for family and friends, his
Published: May 2, 2016
EAGLE COUNTY — Special district elections often pass without much notice. But this year, in this valley, is different.Several of the valley’s biggest special districts are holding elections today. Four of those districts are asking voters to tax themselves. Here’s a look at what districts are voting and how to cast ballots — it’s too late to mail a ballot,
Published: May 2, 2016
Every single one of us, regardless of age, have been forced at one time or another to consume a sheep sandwich.Some call them turd burgers or poop paninis, but by any definition the word “sheep” is a euphemism for having to feign acceptance of an extremely disagreeable situation.It’s basically making an unpleasant thing more palatable by surrounding it with a
Published: May 2, 2016
John B. Schofield, 67, died April 22 at his home in Edwards. He was surrounded by his wife of 46 years and his three children.John was born and raised in Shaker Heights, Ohio, a Cleveland suburb, on Feb. 11, 1949. He graduated from Colorado State University in Fort Collins in 1972. After graduation he owned and managed the operation at
Published: May 2, 2016
AVON — Roads and businesses are open again after crews repaired a cut a gas line at the corner of Nottingham Road and Buck Creek Road at the new medical center construction site.The Eagle River Fire Protection District responded to a call around 9:30 a.m. on Monday, and by 11 a.m. things were moving again after all surrounding homes and
Published: May 2, 2016
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On Wednesday, May 4, at 7:15 p.m., the Conscious Transformation Group will meet at Align Vail, located at 210 Edwards Village Blvd., B202, in Edwards. The Eagle group will meet on Tuesday, May 17, at 7:15 p.m. at a new, larger location, Yeti’s Grind Coffee Shop, located at 330 Broadway Street in downtown Eagle. The topic this month will be
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though he cannot speak, Benjamin Alexander has much to say, one typed word at a time.Ben was diagnosed with nonverbal autism and epilepsy a few months before his third birthday. Now 22, he is a writer and a student at Tulane University in New Orleans with a grade-point average of 3.7. In his essays, he returns repeatedly to the “fiend”
Published: May 2, 2016
Angelina Jolie Pitt’s open discussion about her choices to lower her 87 percent risk of breast cancer and her 50 percent risk of ovarian cancer has been inspirational and helpful to many women. Jolie Pitt outlined her treatment strategies in two New York Times opinion pieces, “My Medical Choice” on May 14, 2013, and “Angelina Jolie Pitt: Diary of a Surgery”
Published: May 2, 2016
EAGLE-VAIL — An Eagle-Vail resident awoke in his second floor apartment early Saturday to find a baby bear rummaging through the refrigerator.First, here’s what you really want to know — no injuries (to humans or bear) were reported. Mama bear was not around.The call rolled in about 4:45 a.m. Saturday, when the resident reported a bear in the living room,
Published: May 1, 2016
Thank you to all of you who helped Mountain Valley Horse Rescue celebrate Help a Horse Day. For those who couldn’t make it to 4 Eagle Ranch, pictures of the event can be found on Mountain Valley Horse Rescue’s Facebook page.
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What Americans think they know — and really don’t know — about lawn care might surprise you. Up to 64 percent of Americans who have a landscape believe faulty information about lawn care. And since about 81 percent of us do most of the work ourselves, the majority of our lawns are probably getting less than optimal attention. It’s no
Published: May 1, 2016
Thinking about gardening? Love to see vegetables popping up? Don’t let the snow put you off! In fact, there are many vegetables you can start growing right now, at high altitude, even when it is still snowing in May. You’ve got to love spring in the Rockies. It seems almost every other year we get a late snow in May
Published: May 1, 2016
VAIL — Colorado lawmakers unanimously made federal water grabs almost impossible.The Colorado Water Rights Protection Act passed both the Colorado House and Senate without a single dissenting vote. The bill thwarts federal efforts to control or own water that begins on or passes through federal land, and to do so without paying for it.That’s important in our region because about
Published: May 1, 2016
EAGLE COUNTY — This spring, the National Forest Foundation has awarded more than $400,000 to eight different local nonprofit stewardship organizations to support projects on the White River National Forest. For the 10th year in a row, these investments were made possible by skiers and visitors at the National Forest Foundation’s partner ski resorts — Arapahoe Basin, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge,
Published: May 1, 2016
EAGLE COUNTY — While golf courses upvalley are waiting for the snow to melt, courses downvalley are open and ready for play.Gypsum Creek Golf Course and Eagle Ranch Golf Club have been open for a few weeks now. The Eagle-Vail Golf Club is set to open 10 holes on May 7 while Vail Golf Club anticipates opening May 15.DOWNVALLEYGypsum Creek
Published: May 1, 2016
AVON — It’s a conflict once unthinkable in the deep green South. Three states are locked in battle over the diminishing fresh water that saw Atlanta go from a small town to the largest growing city in the United States. In the stunningly shot, award-winning documentary film “Who Owns Water,” brothers Michael and David Hanson return to the source of
Published: May 1, 2016
As you star gaze through your Instagram feed, one celebrity after another is daring to show off the vibrant hair color trend. From the most recent Kylie Jenner rainbow braid at Coachella to Gwen Stefani’s post-divorce dipped locks to Keke Palmer’s baby blue bangs, this hair color trend has been making its way into the salons of real women and
Published: May 1, 2016
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
Published: April 30, 2016

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