Recent Stories | VailDaily.com

Recent Stories in News

Vail Daily column: Summer paid parking in Vail?

May 28, 2017 — To charge or not to charge for summer parking: The Vail Town Council established a Parking Task Force to examine this issue, including how much to charge ($5, $10, $15), who it would affect, whether it would affect businesses both on the income side and […]

Learn more »

Vail bus service begins expanded summer schedule Memorial Day, May 29

May 28, 2017 — VAIL — Town of Vail buses will transition to summer service beginning Monday, May 29, which includes increased frequency on targeted outlying routes to encourage additional ridership. Residents and visitors serviced by the East Vail, Golf Course and Sandstone routes are being challenged to leave […]

Learn more »

New Eagle City Market compiles positive comments, sales tax numbers

May 28, 2017 — EAGLE — Edith Taylor's shopping cart contained some fresh produce, toiletry items and a loaf of Bavarian Bakery Farmer's Rye Bread as she negotiated the aisles of the Eagle City Market last week. She was particularly excited about the bread. "This was the first time […]

Learn more »

Vail Daily column: Past presidents’ advice on coping with heavy criticism

May 28, 2017 — In his speech to the graduates of the U.S. Coast Guard Academy on May 17, 2017, President Donald Trump declared of himself, "No politician in history, and I say this with great surety, has been treated worse or more unfairly." But just as "there is […]

Learn more »

Vail Daily column: A personal Memorial Day remembrance

May 28, 2017 — Memorial Day is the day of the year set aside for the nation to remember and honor the men and women of the armed forces who paid the ultimate price in the service of their country. And while all combat losses are tragic, for me […]

Learn more »

Vail Daily letter: Promote Colorado River conservation

May 28, 2017 — Our names are Abril Arenales and Tristin Book from Eagle Valley High School. As a part of our environmental science class, we were encouraged to research an environmental issue and advocate for it. Through this, the threat to the Colorado River was brought to our […]

Learn more »

Vai Daily obituary: Gretta Burdick Parks, Oct. 8, 1928, to March 16, 2017

May 27, 2017 — Gretta was already a licensed pilot when she was still a teenager growing up in Kalamazoo, Michigan. That independent streak drove her life. After graduating from the University of Michigan, she took off for Europe alone, determined to learn to ski, a sport she had […]

Learn more »

Vai Daily obituary: Gretta Burdick Parks, Oct. 8, 1928, to March 16, 2017

May 27, 2017 — Gretta was already a licensed pilot when she was still a teenager growing up in Kalamazoo, Michigan. That independent streak drove her life. After graduating from the University of Michigan, she took off for Europe alone, determined to learn to ski, a sport she had […]

Learn more »

Farmers’ market on Sundays this summer

May 27, 2017 — When Sunday mornings roll around, locals and tourists know to grab their market bag, water bottle, furry friend and head to the Vail Farmers' Market & Art Show to get the freshest, local and seasonal produce from around our beautiful state. From Olathe corn to […]

Learn more »

Plants for sale

May 27, 2017 —

Learn more »

Check out Ludwig’s

May 27, 2017 —

Learn more »

Have Coffee with a cop

May 27, 2017 —

Learn more »

New players welcome

May 27, 2017 —

Learn more »

Botanist Classes

May 27, 2017 —

Learn more »

Way to go

May 27, 2017 —

Learn more »

We need you

May 27, 2017 —

Learn more »

Finance Class

May 27, 2017 —

Learn more »

Curious Nature column: Spraying for pine beetle may be boon for another pest

May 27, 2017 — It is a relief to many in Colorado that the recent epidemic of mountain pine beetle infestations has now ended. After killing approximately five million acres of trees and dominating headlines for a decade, new infestations have not been seen in Vail for several years. […]

Learn more »

Eagle boarder cited for unlawful acts in case of dog killed by mountain lion

May 27, 2017 — EAGLE COUNTY — Jason Hershman paid a $450 penalty this month, closing the case on the rottweiler apparently killed by a mountain lion after escaping his shelter. Hershman is the owner of Wanderlust Dog Ranch, a boarding facility in Eagle. In November, the rottweiler escaped […]

Learn more »

Vail Daily obituary: Ludwig ‘Louie’ Jordan: A life well lived

May 27, 2017 — Editor's note: The following was written by a longtime friend who didn't want to be named. Many fond memories of Louie came to my mind when I was asked to write a few words in his memory after his passing on May 14. The one […]

Learn more »