March 14, 2018 — EAGLE — The word's most famous nanny will be landing at Eagle Valley High School this weekend when students present the musical "Mary Poppins." It's no small feat to stage such an iconic show, but faculty director James Overcash says his cast is up to
March 12, 2018 — EAGLE — Calling all local anglers. Bonfire Brewing and Vail Valley Anglers are partnering for a night of beer drinking and fly-tying on Wednesday, March 14, at the brewery in Eagle. Local angler Ray Kyle will give some pointers and supply his countless years of
March 7, 2018 — VAIL — Jon Sheppard's life looks like an adventure novel, except it's not fiction — Sheppard has lived it. You can see for yourself. His photos, award-winning books, stories and photography are the centerpiece of a show at the Vail Public Library. The opening reception
March 4, 2018 — As a mom of two kids involved in "gear intensive sports," Celena Olden knew there was a need for a local good quality used sports and outdoor gear shop. But it wasn't until she got serious about opening A Good Sport Co. that she uncovered
February 28, 2018 — "It is rare when a Lakota family is willing to share their family's oral history in detail, even more so when the family is that of great Lakota leader, Crazy Horse," writes William Matson. Hear just that on Thursday, March 1, at The Bookworm of
February 6, 2018 — Rob and Gaye Steinke will be bringing Olympic hardware back from South Korea. The Vail couple has been collecting both friends as well as Olympic and World Cup pins for decades. Among the pins they'll take to South Korea when they leave Thursday, Feb. 8,
January 31, 2018 — This week, for the first time, Battle Mountain High School presents a student-written and student-directed play. The play, "Air Raid Lemonade," written by high school senior Katie Bellerose, is a one-act play directed by fellow senior Berit Kirchner, both of Eagle-Vail. Performances take place Thursday
January 28, 2018 — Former Eagle Valley High School teachers Ralph and Janice Starr didn't plan to spend their entire careers in the same school district they attended as students. Things just worked out that way. During their long careers with Eagle County Schools, the Starrs touched the lives
December 30, 2017 — When they bundle up and head out to the 12th Night Christmas tree bonfire Saturday night, Jan. 6, Eagle residents will be the latest participants in a community holiday tradition that dates back 65 years. Just as the town's people did back on Jan. 6,
December 27, 2017 — GYPSUM — There's a cold, hard reality that accompanies the delights of the holiday season — kids are out of school for the next 13 days and some time in that span, they are going to complain about how they are bored. Not to worry.
December 26, 2017 — GYPSUM — There's a cold, hard reality that accompanies the delights of the holiday season — kids are out of school for the next 13 days and some time in that span, they are going to complain about how they are bored. Not to worry.
December 15, 2017 — For more than 30 years now, the Vail Dickens Carolers have been an iconic part of the local holiday scene. Clad in their Victorian costumes as they stroll the streets of Vail and pop into various pubs and restaurants, members sing Christmas cheer. "It's fun
December 9, 2017 — for many of us, the countdown to Christmas means we need to get serious about shopping. But for many of our neighbors, the challenge isn't about getting to the store, it's about finding a way to put something — anything — under the tree. Or
November 25, 2017 — The community is invited to come together at The Bookworm of Edwards on Tuesday, Nov. 28, supporting the book "Inertia" that was transformed into the Vail Mountain School fall play. At the event, meet local teacher and author Kim Cope Tait, hear from the theater
November 13, 2017 — Fernando Almanza is a passionate community advocate, inspired to action by his participation in the Family Leadership Training Institute of Colorado. "I feel I have something of value to give back to the community," Almanza said. "Usually people look at problems. This program teaches you
November 6, 2017 — As soon as the jack o' lanterns disappear from downvalley porches, locals gear up for Christmas as the big trifecta of holiday craft fairs hit during November. The first of the big three events happened last weekend at Gypsum Creek Middle School's Holiday Market and
November 4, 2017 — Anthony’s annual fundraising event for his youth project has always been good. The format is simple — show a film about a spectacular sporting event and invite a person associated with that event to attend and talk about it — sell tickets, auction off prizes and use the money to bring skiing to underprivileged kids.
October 17, 2017 — for high school cyclists from all across Colorado, this weekend marks the culmination of their competition season. For residents of Eagle, the weekend of Oct. 21-22 represents arguably the community's biggest marketing success story. "We definitely fill the hotels and people also camp and are
October 12, 2017 — Halloween is still a couple of weeks away, but the downvalley communities of Eagle and Gypsum are getting into the spirit of the holiday a bit early with a pair of kid-friendly celebrations on Saturday.