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VAIL — The Steadman Philippon Research Institute and Vail Valley Medical Center brought some of the nation’s top scientists and physicians to speak at the inaugural Vail Scientific Summit Regenerative and Translational Medicine: A Collaborative Vision. The symposium was held at the Four Seasons Residences and Resort in Vail last weekend. The symposium focused on the latest regenerative medicine updates
Published: February 10, 2016
VAIL — It was almost a given that Koji Kawamoto would work in the pearl industry. He grew up in Mie Prefecture, a small village in Japan where the process of culturing pearls was first discovered in 1893. What set Kawamoto apart from others in the village who would go on to work in the industry was his innate, creative
Published: February 10, 2016
VAIL — A former team physician for the New England Patriots is joining the Steadman Philippon team.Dr. Matthew Provencher, chief of sports medicine service at Massachusetts General Hospital and medical director and head team physician the New England Patriots, last season’s league champions, is joining the staff at The Steadman Clinic and Steadman Philippon Research Institute. Provencher will focus on
Published: February 10, 2016
GLENWOOD SPRINGS — The Colorado Department of Transportation’s new and popular Bustang regional transit service that started in July may be on the chopping block if state legislators back a bill that would shift gas tax money away from the program.Sponsored by state Sen. Tim Neville, R-Littleton, Senate Bill 16-011, which was passed by the full Senate Feb. 3 and
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VAIL — The Vail Symposium will present Speaking Financially: The Economics of Transportation and Energy Policy, with guest speaker Federico Pena, today at the Sonnenalp Hotel in Vail.Pena, U.S. secretary of transportation from 1993 to 1997 and U.S. secretary of energy from 1997 to 1998 under the presidency of Bill Clinton, will discuss the challenges of producing major infrastructure projects
Published: February 10, 2016
AVON — From endothermic to exothermic, explore the science behind mixtures and see how chemistry can be explosively fun at Chemistry: Safety Goggles Required, with John McConnell Math & Science Center, at Walking Mountains Science Center on Saturday from 2 to 4 p.m. Through demonstrations and hands-on activities, participants will create fire bubbles, instant clouds, thermo-sensitive slime, elephant toothpaste and
Published: February 10, 2016
It has been three years since Vail has seen a performance by Buku, and the digital producer returns to Samana Lounge on Bridge Street in Vail on Thursday, Feb. 11. Behind a drum kit since age 8, Robert Balotsky, aka Buku, has an effortless grasp on sound design and music theory, combining deceptively simple and emotive melodies, laden with resounding
Published: February 10, 2016
Coming AttractionsFree Family Fun FairWhat: Mid winter break for kids and adults with lots of fun indoor activitiesWhen: Saturday, Feb. 13Time: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.Where: Eagle River Center at the Eagle County FairgroundsDetails: Free activities for kids and adults include bouncey castles, bungee jumpers, balloon animals and more.Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Big Game BanquetWhat: Eagle Valley chapter of the
Published: February 10, 2016
1 year agoWeek of Feb. 12, 2015The Eagle Town Board approved the building design proposal from Rocky Mountain Pure, a retail marijuana business that hoped to break ground in the spring.Gypsum native Cassidy Warner shared the story of her work as a race course volunteer during the 2015 FIS World Alpine Ski Championships.Eagle Public Works employees installed a large clock
Published: February 10, 2016
DENVER — Rich Perske’s decades long fascination with the ghost town of Fulford led him to write a meticulously researched history of the community and its founders.With the assistance of the Eagle County Historical Society, Perske’s book “Boom Town to Ghost Town: The Story of Fulford” was published last year and what started as a very personal project for the
Published: February 10, 2016
EAGLE — The Eagle Marketing and Events Committee is looking for five new members.The nine-member Marketing and Events Advisory Committee is appointed by the Eagle Town Board to make recommendations about event support and funding. The committee meets at 8:30 a.m. on the first Thursday of each month at Eagle Town Hall for approximately 90 minutes. The committee is supported
Published: February 10, 2016
EAGLE — For skiers and snowboarders, this past week’s snowfall has been epic. But for local deer and elk, not so much so.Recent heavy snow has animals migrating down to lower elevations in their search for food and shelter as they struggle to weather the toughest part of winter. That means residents are more likely to see animals closer to
Published: February 10, 2016
AVON — The Eagle River Fire Protection District extinguished flames behind the firebox of a wood-burning fireplace in a residence on East Wildridge Road on Thursday. Crews responded to a report of a structure fire in a single-family residence at about 10:30 a.m. and found working flames that had extended inside the wall and up the chimney chase toward the
Published: February 10, 2016
DENVER — A bill requiring adequate tires or chains in bad weather cleared Colorado’s House of Representatives on Tuesday and is headed for the state Senate.Diane Mitsch Bush’s bill would require that motorists have adequate tires or chains, or other traction devices such as chains when the weather gets bad between Oct. 1 and May 15, between Dotsero and Morrison
Published: February 10, 2016
EDWARDS — Soup and sandwiches will generally get people to turn out on a Thursday night. But it takes talk about housing to fill a room.Last week, the Eagle County commissioners hosted the first of what they say will be several community conversations about housing and other topics. A group of people ranging from long-term locals and various government officials
Published: February 10, 2016
Eagle, CO – Three Eagle self-care instructors have created a unique personal growth program for women of all ages that begins Feb. 28. Weaving Mind, Body, and Spirit is an interactive, fun and practical journey for women at every stage and transition in life; for women who seek to deepen their potential power, strength and confidence with the support of
Published: February 10, 2016
James Hockett Stephens died on Jan. 31.Stephens is survived by his wife, Jean Gates Stephens; daughters, Cindy Webb, Deborah Burford and Lynn Laramore; brother, William A. Stephens; grandchildren, Jacob, Christopher and Travis Webb, Kane and Austin and Taylor, Laramore, James and Leslie Burford; and seven great-grandchildren.Memorial services were held last week at First Presbyterian Church, 3940 1/2 Road, Grand Junction.
Published: February 10, 2016
Roseline Ransom, 70, of Gypsum, passed away on Jan 30 at Larchwood Inns.She was born on July 13, 1945, to Epifano and Mary Garcia in Taos, New Mexico. Roseline was a daycare provider.She is survived by her husband, Bert Ransom; daughters, Jackilie Leyba and Annie Burnham; two brothers; three sisters; and two grandchildren.Services will be at a later date in
Published: February 10, 2016
Cordillera 3 KM ClassicGirlsTeam results1 Vail Mountain School 1742 Aspen 1583 Battle Mountain 1484 Summit 1455 Steamboat 1386 Middle Park 1277 Evergreen 1238 Eagle Valley 1199 Lake County 10910 CRMS 10611 Clear Creek 8112 Nederland 44Local state qualifiers1 Bridget Donovan VMS 9:253 Maddie Donovan VMS 9:445 Annie Blakslee VMS 9:58 8 Megan Rossman BMHS 10:289 Emma Blakslee VMS 10:3913 Kaela Fahrney BMHS 10:5817 Allie Sands BMHS
Published: February 9, 2016
EDWARDS —Steamboat Springs boys basketball may start to wear its red uniforms at home.The Sailors proved themselves to be road warriors again, knocking off Battle Mountain, 65-47, in Edwards, for an Eagle County sweep in 2016.The Sailors are 5-2 on the road in the Slope and that portends well as they punched their ticket to the district tournament in Grand
Published: February 9, 2016
EDWARDS — A home near Cordillera was extensively damaged after a late-night fire broke out on Monday.Nearly 30 firefighters labored into the early morning hours in an attempt to extinguish a fire in a home on Colorow Road that was reported at approximately 10 p.m. on Monday night. A neighbor called 911 after seeing flames approximately 30 feet high emanating
Published: February 9, 2016
EAGLE — The Eagle County commissioners say climate change is a “slow moving catastrophe” and are investing $52,000 in a plan to do what they can.“This is important, and what we can impact, we should impact,” said County Commissioner Jill Ryan.Walking Mountains Science Center will create the climate action plan, based on input and data from Eagle County residents and
Published: February 9, 2016
OK, so you want to change your name. That ugly moniker your parents stuck you with no longer fits. Or, maybe, it’s just time to upgrade your tarnished image. Maybe that appellation reminds you too much of the spouse you left behind and would just as soon forget. Or, perhaps, you like your name, have gotten sort of cozy with
Published: February 9, 2016
Joyce Gedelman-Viers was born on Jan. 1, 1948, and quietly slipped away at home on Groundhog Day, Feb. 2, (which Joyce would have found humorous) after a long-fought battle with cancer.Joyce is survived by her husband, Lyle Viers; sister, Carol French; brother-in law, Jerry French; nephew, Matthew French; niece, Jennifer Napier; and her beloved poodle, Macallen (Mac).She was born in
Published: February 9, 2016
Board: Minturn Town Council, evening meeting, Jan. 20. Present: George Brodin, Shelley Bellm, Earle Bidez, Matt Scherr and Mayor Hawkeye Flaherty. Jason Osborne and John Rosenfeld had excused absences.Issue: South Minturn Exchange development.Who they talked to: Tom Glass, Tim McGuire and Cliff Thompson, of Crave Community Co. What they talked about: Crave Community Co. is continuing its conversation with the
Published: February 9, 2016
Last week, Brandon Busteed, executive director for Gallup Education (an extension of the famous public opinion polling and research organization) spoke to a group of school administrators in the Denver area. The gist of Busteed’s remarks was that many of the measures we’ve come to rely on so heavily in rating and evaluating schools, teachers and students actually turn out
Published: February 9, 2016
The older I get the more life seems to be a Saturday Night Live parody skit. In Sunday’s Vail Daily, the Rev. Jack Van Ens wrote a column that mightily contributed to that illusion. Had he just written, “Personally, I don’t like Donald Trump,” he could have saved the reader slogging through another 800 words of ad hominem personal attacks.
Published: February 9, 2016
EAGLE COUNTY — Big cities have power couples, and Vail has powder couples. Playing on the familiar saying about people playing together and staying together, Signature Colorado has taken it a step further with the sentiment that couples that ski together, stay together.Just in time for Valentine’s Day, the company’s newest collectible print — aptly named “Powder Couple” — is
Published: February 9, 2016
VAIL — The Vail Valley Mountain Bike Association is seeking trail enthusiasts to help the organization raise $50,000 to fund an Adopt-A-Trail program. Currently, Eagle County has more than 600 miles of U.S. Forest Service trails in Eagle County and a two-person ranger trail crew. The fundraising campaign will provide funds for an additional seasonal Forest Service ranger and an
Published: February 9, 2016
GLENWOOD SPRINGS — After 20 years in limbo, a stretch of canyon southeast of the Flat Tops Wilderness is getting a fresh chance for federal protection.In 1995 the Bureau of Land Management and U.S. Forest Service deemed Deep Creek eligible to be designated a Wild and Scenic River. Congress created this as a type of public lands protection with the
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EAGLE — Work by Eagle County students who’ve been prepping for the ACT college entrance exam is not for naught.The Eagle County school district is offering free ACT prep classes for school district students, and high school juniors will take the ACT this spring, instead of the SAT that the state will switch to next year.The local school district has
Published: February 8, 2016
EAGLE COUNTY — Shane R. Fleury, an associate wealth management advisor with Northwestern Mutual in Eagle, recently passed the exam for Level 1 Chartered Financial Analyst. Only 43 percent of the more than 52,000 people who took the latest exam, held in December, passed the course.According to a press release, the Chartered Financial Analyst Program is a globally recognized, graduate
Published: February 8, 2016
VAIL — Residents and town officials will make most of the decisions about what gets built at the Chamonix property in West Vail. But federal lending rules may take some decisions out of the town’s hands.The town has already asked for bids for street and utility work on the 3-acre site. And the units will be for-sale, with appreciation caps
Published: February 8, 2016
The following is part of a series of articles compiled by the Colorado Ski & Snowboard Museum and Hall of Fame that will take a closer look at the sport of alpine ski touring. The museum is located atop the Vail Village Parking Structure and features a treasure trove of ski history and heritage.The well-worn adage tells us to expect
Published: February 8, 2016
If you’ve had the opportunity to explore the trails this season, then you have probably seen a network of footprints decorating the blanket of snow around our valley. Although winter can seem quiet and lifeless, these footprints remind us that the winter environment is thriving with life, out on the hunt to find their next meal, searching for a springtime
Published: February 8, 2016
The Donald trumpets his tune. In bold letters he titles it “Trump.” The sound of this word proudly fills his universe. When FOX News anchor Megyn Kelly horned in, Trump muted her upsetting questions. He boycotted a debate against Republican presidential competitors. Bellowing lyrics laced with self-congratulatory hyperbole, The Donald is offended when “stupid” critics play desultory political melodies other
Published: February 8, 2016
DENVER — More than four dozen kids spent a weekend thanking one of the snowsports industry’s most tireless youth programming advocates.SOS Outreach kids were in Denver for the Snowsports Industries of America’s annual confab, and to thank Snowsports Industries of America president David Ingemie for his decades of support for youth snow sports programming.Together with the Chill Foundation, SOS presented
Published: February 8, 2016
VAIL — Signifying that a win was on its way, a blue and orange sunset shone over the Eagle River Valley as halftime approached on Sunday. It capped off the daylight hours in what was a fun and festive Super Bowl Sunday, which started with an equally beautiful sunrise as first tracks seekers gathered at the base of Vail Mountain.
Published: February 8, 2016
EAGLE COUNTY — Broncos fans are uniting in orange one last time this season, as Denver squares off against the Carolina Panthers today in Super Bowl 50.The game features storylines about the top defense of Denver facing the top offense of Carolina, Peyton Manning’s last hurrah and the now infamous dab dance by Cam Newton.“All I gotta say is, ‘Here,
Published: February 8, 2016
If a wellness practice isn’t sustainable for life, it’s not worth sustaining for 30 days. We need to get back to basics within our dietary practices and throw away our diet books. Sensible eating requires commitment and planning that rewards the individual with satisfying culinary experiences and a slim waistline. Today, I want to discuss a few planning and cooking
Published: February 8, 2016
One of Ski & Snowboard Club Vail’s key initiatives during my time with the organization has been providing opportunities for children to fulfill their snowsports dreams regardless of financial means. In the past nine years, more than $1.3 million in financial aid has been awarded to Ski & Snowboard Club Vail athletes. In the current season, Ski & Snowboard Club
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Upcoming events• Today: Vintage Vail, Avon Recreation Center, 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Free. Join the Avon Afternoon Club following the joint relief water class for a weekly gathering of card and board games, socializing, coffee and soup. Exercise the body, then the brain. Call 970-748-4060 for more information. • Today: Caregiver/Memory Loss Support Group, Eagle River Presbyterian Church (across
Published: February 8, 2016
VAIL — Ski & Snowboard Club Vail hosted a Rocky Mountain freestyle mogul event on Cookshack on Saturday and Sunday. After a week of consistent, heavy snowfall, freestyle athletes took advantage of the blue skies and warmer weather to compete against one another on sun-softened bumps. More than fifty competitors participated in Saturday’s event, and more than forty-five athletes competed
Published: February 8, 2016
EAGLE-VAIL — Two months ago, Mikaela Shiffrin was just hoping to be back on skis before the snow melted. A week from now, she will return to World Cup racing on a knee that healed much faster than even she anticipated. The Olympic and world slalom champion announced she will compete next Monday in Crans-Montana, Switzerland, for the first time
Published: February 8, 2016
MINTURN — A rebranded Battle Mountain Development Co. is seeking town support on a plan in its infancy stages to build hundreds of houses in town, while preserving Meadow Mountain and land near Beaver Creek via a recreation easement. Battle Mountain Development Co., now known as Crave Community Co., has rehashed its development plan from June, focusing closer to U.S.
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Last Saturday afternoon ...“You gonna watch the GOP debate Saturday night?”Why bother? I already know what they’re going to say, how they’re going to say it and then what they will claim to have really meant right afterwards.“That’s quite the cynical approach.”Don’t confuse cynicism with pragmatism. Every answer is well-rehearsed, and the ad-libs will make the highlight reel for a
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EAGLE COUNTY — The Bessie Minor Swift Foundation has announced it is accepting grant applications from nonprofit organizations in Eagle County. Grants will be awarded to programs that promote literacy, reading and writing skills and programs in the arts, languages and sciences. Applications will be accepted through Monday, and recipients will be announced May 2. The foundation will consider applications
Published: February 8, 2016
As Eagle-Vail Property Owners cast their ballots for Property Owners’ Association Board, it is important to consider three candidates who will collectively strive to uphold and protect property values while considering all important fiscal efficiencies.John “Jake” Jacobson, my longtime neighbor, is retired from a well known local company. Jake knows the issues, can get to the bottom of them, and
Published: February 8, 2016
This is in response to the letters going back and forth between the snowboarders and the skiers.More than many years ago, my children and I were walking on a sidewalk down in Santa Fe. Someone was coming upon us on a bike and we heard him shout to us, “On your left.” We laughed because it was such a “skier”
Published: February 8, 2016
Not skiers vs. snowboardersIn response to the letter written by M. Kell published on Feb. 1 titled “Dangerous snowboarders” and others like it — you’ve got to be outside of your mind if the issues that you’re detailing are limited exclusively to snowboarders. Going out of your way to identify snowboarders as the lone perpetrators of accidents on the mountain
Published: February 8, 2016
“Our World” (Wednesday’s Vail Daily) had a picture of Hillary and a story about her win in Iowa, then at the end of the article a mention of Ted Cruz’s win. I think you need to be fair and balanced. A picture of Ted would have made the article more informative and would not reveal your bias. So tired of
Published: February 8, 2016
EAGLE — If a dog is man’s best friend, an Eagle County animal services manager is this dog’s best friend.Daniel Ettinger, manager of Eagle County Animal Shelter and Services, waded into the icy Eagle River to rescue a dog stranded on some ice in the middle of the river.Ettinger was on his way to the animal shelter to start his
Published: February 8, 2016
The premise of reversing roles as our parent’s age is simple: Parents’ decline in their ability to perform certain activities of daily living and we, as their adult children, step in to perform those functions for them (or have a caregiver handle that role). However, if we look a bit closer at this topic, that simple premise is loaded with
Published: February 8, 2016
EAGLE-VAIL — Part of this neighborhood’s leadership could change this month.Three of the five seats are up for election on the Eagle-Vail Property Owners Association board of directors. Ballots have been mailed to property owners and are due at the Eagle-Vail administrative offices no later than 5 p.m. Friday. The results will be revealed at the association’s annual meeting, to
Published: February 8, 2016
AVON — The Athletic Club at The Westin is launching its newly renovated Movement Studio with new programming — including AIReal Yoga, TRX and KO — on Wednesday, with a special Love is in the AIR event.From 6 to 8 p.m., Athletic Club members and the public are invited to demo the new Movement Studio class concepts, meet the Athletic
Published: February 8, 2016
Astronaut Mountain will play a free Fat Tuesday show at Main St. Grill in the Riverwalk at Edwards today. Astronaut Mountain is a blues, jam, funk trio based out of Denver, with Niek Velvis on bass and vocals, Justin Ernest on guitar and vocals and Jake Herman on drums. The show starts at 9 p.m., and there’s no cover. For
Published: February 8, 2016
BEAVER CREEK — Modern wildlife artist Ewoud de Groot will visit Colorado for the first time over Presidents Day weekend. Growing up in the Netherlands, de Groot spent time exploring, from coastlines to mudflats, thus many shorebirds are depicted in his paintings. He attended the Minerva Academy of Art in Groningen, receiving an art degree in painting and illustration. His
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BEAVER CREEK — If ballet were football, BalletBoyz would be in the Super Bowl. Big, strong, athletic and inspiring, the BalletBoyz bring their astounding interpretation of ballet to the Vilar Performing Arts Center today at 7:30 p.m. Directed by former Royal Ballet dancers Michael Nunn and William Trevitt, BalletBoyz has become one of the hottest dance tickets around, boasting rave reviews
Published: February 8, 2016
VAIL — Join Aria Athletic Club & Spa for Yogi’s Lounge, Hallelujah! Hamstring, Hips and Heart, a first-ever collaboration between instructor Nicola Farrer and guitarist Erik Williams, on Saturday at 5:30 p.m. It is often said in yoga that open hips and hamstrings equal an open heart. This all-levels, 90-minute aroma-flow yoga class with live music is designed around these
Published: February 8, 2016
Jazz is truly a unique form of music, the hallmark of which is improvisation. But this article is not about what sets jazz apart from other forms of popular music. Instead, we focus on what it has in common with all popular music. No, it is not melody, harmony and rhythm; it is the need for an audience. Yes, many
Published: February 8, 2016
There’s nothing that can fulfill an Italian craving quite like a family recipe of vitello picatta, especially when each bite seems to melt in your mouth alongside sips of a bright and structured red rosé wine from Montepulciano. Toscanini has mastered this signature veal and pappardelle dish, but there’s so much on the menu to get excited about. The restaurant
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Executive chef Bill Greenwood is “showing 25 new people 25 new things” in the kitchen at Beano’s Cabin to get the winter season under way, and the wait staff, many of whom have been at the restaurant for more than a decade, are settling into a familiar groove. Summer at Beano’s was heavily focused on harvesting from the on-site garden
Published: February 8, 2016
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Beaver Creek Village | Park Hyatt Plaza Women’s Clothing 970.949.7733 | qboutiquebeavercreek.com
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Beaver Creek Village | Park Hyatt Plaza 970.748.5001 | tonynewlin.com Providers of Lasting Memories for Our Guests
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Beaver Creek Village | Park Hyatt Plaza 970.949.6036 | paderewskifineart.com Specializing in traditional and contemporary sporting and wildlife artwork.
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Beaver Creek Village | Park Hyatt Plaza 970.748.5001 | tonynewlin.com
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Beaver Creek Village | Park Hyatt Plaza A tradition for over 50 years 970.949.7115 | gorsuch.com
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Vail | 500 East Lionshead circle | 970.476.8083 Scandinavian Gifts and Imported Foods, adult and children’s Tessa clogs and clothing handmade in Vail
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Kids clothing from the sea to the mountains Vail | SOLARIS | 141 E. Meadow Dr. | 970.470.4380 skipperscoutvail.com | #coolkidsvail
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The Ski Boot Specialist VAil | 278 hansen Ranch Road | top of bridge street | 970.476.8890 Beaver CreeK | One Beaver Creek | 15 Thomas Place | 970.949.4545 SUREFOOT.COM Specializing in custom ski boots, allowing better fitting and enhanced performance when skiing, Warm and friendly, our staff at Surefoot has a passion for skiing, transcending to exceptional customer service.
Published: February 5, 2016
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Specialty Sportswear & Apparel Vail | 30 e. meadow dr. | 970.476.3350 Off Piste “Piste” (pi–st) – N (ski) Run a Pathway Off Piste – off the beaten path. To breakaway from the crowd! To find something fresh and unique.   Sometimes you have to go “off piste.”
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Vail | 183 Gore Creek Drive | 970.476.4809 ninamclemore.com Designer clothing expertly crafted in the U.S. with luxurious fabrics.   Suitings, better casual and evening in sizes 00 thru18.
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Italian Fashions Vail | on meadow dr. | 970.479.0050 | 970.476.1667 lucabruno.com
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Buy, Sell, Trade Vail | 160 E. Gore Creek Dr. | 970.949.7717 Austin | 2808 Bee Caves rd. | 512.263.3235 SELL925@aol.com
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SANTA CLARA, Calif. — A reborn Orange Crush might have sent Peyton Manning into retirement with a Super ending to his career. Von Miller and the impenetrable Denver defense harassed Panthers quarterback Cam Newton all game Sunday, and the Broncos made enough big plays for a 24-10 victory, Manning’s 200th and perhaps his last before retirement. He wasn’t the star
Published: February 7, 2016
America has long been a melting pot where people from diverse cultures have assimilated and worked to create better lives for themselves and their children. So instead of preaching diversity, our public schools would make much better use of taxpayer dollars if they focused on making better citizens. C’mon, do we really need school-sponsored activities based on differences such as
Published: February 7, 2016
EAGLE COUNTY — The Vail Valley has long battled problems with illegal drugs, both as a trafficking corridor and with usage, but now local law enforcement are working together to create an anti-drug task force that they hope will help combat the problem.The new task force is a combined effort between all of the county’s law enforcement agencies and the
Published: February 7, 2016
I have heard that there are factions in the Legislature who want to cut out the Bustang. Speaking as a senior citizen who no longer drives, I see this as one more case of some wanting to push those of us who are less able or less affluent out of the way. We of older ages need to keep our
Published: February 7, 2016
Let me start by saying that I am an unabashed fan of Eagle-Vail. It is the only neighborhood my wife and I have lived in since moving here in 1998. Our kids have grown up here. From 2006-2012 my company had its office in the Eagle-Vail commercial district and I am pleased that after three-plus years away we are moving
Published: February 7, 2016

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