Week In Review
March 26, 2014
Locals gathered at Vail Christian High School to remember Kelly Hethcote, who died of cancer in December.
Hethcote was a popular radio personality and a long-time community member.
Bond man killed in car crash
A 21-year-old Bond man died in a single-car crash near State Bridge on Highway 131.
Dalton Mason was the only occupant of the Audi sedan, and he was not wearing a seatbelt.
Lady Devil best Delta
The Eagle Valley High School girls soccer team enjoyed a big win over Delta.
The girls won 3-1 against the well-respected Panthers.
Vail employee housing
The town of Vail announced that it will begin construction on one of the area’s biggest employee housing complexes at Timber Ridge Village.
The redevelopment of the apartment complex will create 113 housing units on the property’s eastern side, with groundbreaking slated for the beginning of May.
In Glenwood, work has begun on several downtown streetscape projects, beginning with new landscaping near the Cooper Avenue parking garage and additional parking improvements in the area, and culminating with the recently approved sidewalk expansion to allow for outdoor dining areas along Seventh Street.
A state epidemiologist has been called in to investigate a sudden rise in the number of fetal anomalies detected among pregnant women in the Glenwood Springs area recently, according to local and state health officials.