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Vail Daily Town Talk: Homestead Kids Camp was a success

July 22, 2017 —

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Complete Camp Hale running results from Saturday

July 22, 2017 — 5K results Male juniors Jason Macaluso 24:06:00 Dave Navarro 27:14:00 Mike Thebeau 28:10:00 Colby Saunders 33:58:00 Avery Smith 45:01:00 Nicholas Navarro 53:08:00 Female juniors Bianca Lipton 38:59:00 Lucy Bennett 39:57:00 Mariana Vivanco 41:52:00 Savannah Desportes 42:08:00 Jocelyn Smith 42:15:00 Barrett Trumbo 43:09:00 Zoe Sulliven 48:00:00 […]

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Vail Daily Town Talk: Veterans Go Fishing

July 22, 2017 —

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Vail Daily Town Talk: Veterans Rock Climb

July 22, 2017 —

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Vail Daily Town Talk: Bocce Tournament Second Place Winners

July 22, 2017 —

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Vail Daily Town Talk: Bocce Tournament Winners

July 22, 2017 —

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Vail Daily Town Talk: Happy Birthday, Robert

July 22, 2017 —

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Riders turn out for Colorado-Eagle River Ride

July 22, 2017 — BEAVER CREEK — Doing the 16th annual SOS Outreach Colorado-Eagle River Ride and then heading to hear the New York Philharmonic makes for a good day. "I'm going to go take a nap and then I'm going to Bravo! (Vail) and listen to the symphony […]

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Vail Curious Nature column: Lesson in community from a night heron

July 22, 2017 — The community is bustling, as herons, egrets and ibises come and go from a large cottonwood tree. While most birds nest in mated pairs, a few nest communally, sharing the warmth and protection of the roost with other birds, usually of the same species. But […]

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Shifting silt soil moved to build Eagle school foundation on bedrock

July 22, 2017 — EAGLE — The new Eagle Valley Elementary School is being built where glaciers deposited shifting clay and silt soil. The soil is fine, generally, but it won't stand up to anything as heavy as a school building and is being replaced before crews can build […]

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Dwindling Obamacare funds could hurt regional Medicaid transit program

July 22, 2017 — EAGLE — As Medicaid expansion costs increase and Obamacare reimbursements decrease, a regional program providing medical transportation may be on the chopping block, advocates say. The Northwest Colorado Council of Governments books trips through local transportation companies for a surprising number of Medicaid enrollees and […]

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Wolverine returning to Colorado? Federal bureaucracy stands in the way

July 22, 2017 — Much like the Canada lynx, the North American wolverine is elusive and taciturn by its very nature and is partial to isolated, high-elevation habitats — not unlike those in the Colorado high country. In fact, the omnivorous predator is native to the state, though one […]

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Vail Daily letter: Thanks for supporting Gypsum Daze 5K

July 22, 2017 — Our thanks goes out to the businesses that work with and provide services to our community for their donation of time, merchandise and money to make this year's Gypsum Daze 5K Run/Walk another success. The following sponsors made this happen: Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture, Big […]

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Vail Daily letter: Consider Alzheimer’s a terminal illness

July 22, 2017 — According to the Alzheimer's Association's chief scientific officer, Dr. Maria Carrillo, Alzheimer's disease is set to cost the United States $1.1 trillion dollars annually by 2025. There is no known cure for this illness; however, lifestyle factors such as diet, stress and sleep are considered […]

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Vail Daily letter: Brava from Vail Friends of Dance

July 22, 2017 — Thank you, Randy Wyrick, for your recent article in the July 9 Vail Daily, "I did it my way," about Hannah Geisman, dancing queen. I would like to say brava from Vail Friends of Dance, Vail Youth Ballet Company and Vail Valley Dance Academy students. […]

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Vail Daily column: Classic fight over who gets economic boost

July 22, 2017 — Recent battles in health care are part of an economic war our nation has fought since its founding. Alexander Hamilton, the first treasury secretary, supported economic winners. He believed wealthy people should be rewarded with more riches, and then they would stimulate and direct booming […]

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Vail Daily column: How federal heath care reform affects Eagle County

July 22, 2017 — Editor's note: Find a cited version of this column at http://www.vaildaily.com. Colorado counties are the front door to the state's health system, investing significant limited local resources in community health systems. These local governments help provide financial support to local hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, behavioral […]

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Episcopal Church of the Transfiguration adds new youth minister to its team

July 21, 2017 — VAIL — Rebecca Cotton has joined the staff of the Episcopal Church of the Transfiguration as youth minister. Cotton will craft, lead and oversee a total ministry program for the church's youth in middle and high schools, as well as serving students beyond its own […]

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Roaring Fork Valley man arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting a child

July 21, 2017 — EL JEBEL — A Roaring Fork Valley man has been arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting a child. Jose Hernan Delcid Guzman, 29, was arrested late Wednesday following an investigation by the Eagle County Sheriff's Office. Detectives were responding to a report of a sexual assault […]

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Town of Vail sponsors neighborhood picnics, July 25 and Aug. 15

July 21, 2017 — VAIL — The town of Vail will hold its annual Celebrating Community neighborhood picnic series Tuesday, July 25, at Bighorn Park in East Vail and Tuesday, Aug. 15, at Donovan Pavilion in West Vail. Each picnic will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., […]

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