Coming Up: Locals celebrate fourth |

Coming Up: Locals celebrate fourth

See Vail Daily stories before they hit the street. Here’s a list of articles that will appear on in the coming days. The stories generally appear in the print edition the following day, though it’s all subject to change.

NEWS: Locals celebrate the Fourth of July in their own way. ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: Cancer survivor Linda Ellerby visiting Vail as a speak for a breast cancer luncheon. OPINION: Columnist Butch Mazzuca offers his ideas for dealing with Iran. SPORTS: The Fourth of July means the finals of the Vail Lacrosse Shootout, with Go Fast and Lax Grip meeting in the men’s title game, while the Outlaws and Gang Green face off for the women’s crown. BUSINESS: Investment advice from Jeffrey Apps and Tracy Tutag.

NEWS: Ibrahim Garcia has been fighting in Iraq for a couple years and has just a week at home before he has to go back again. OPINION: Matt Zalaznick wonders how our most useless president will try to cement his legacy. ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: The new iPhone is here. Is it really worth all the hype? ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: Fourth of July means art in the valley. Find out which galleries are hosting special exhibits this weekend. BUSINESS: Bizwatch, MovetoLearn; investment advice from the local financial advisers with Edward Jones. SPORTS: Check out what all the locals have been doing in Sports Around the Town

NEWS: Difficult times ahead due to housing, report says. OPINION: BMHS Coach Dave Cope says the new high school athletic fields could be better. ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: Local artists decorate violins to raise money for the Bravo Vail Valley Music Festival. BUSINESS: Investment advice from Fraser Horn and Dudley Irwin. SPORTS: With summer finally here, the Vail golf course is in full swing.

NEWS: More details on the new gondola to Beaver Creek. NEWS: Are some speed limits too high in Eagle County? NEWS: Beaver Creek is asking Avon to find a way to pay for a skier shuttle to the mountain. NEWS: The county school district budget is approved. What will your taxes fund this year? NEWS: A hike up Notch Mountain too look for evidence of global warming. NEWS: What is the local reaction to the current version of the immigration reform bill in Congress? OPINION: What a recall campaign will really do for Arn Menconi and for his opponents. ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: Fourth of July means art in the valley. Find out which galleries are hosting the artists over the holiday. SPORTS: After a three-week break, the Vail Rugby squad is back in action this weekend against Glenwood

Friday Jerry and Betty Ford are auctioning off all the stuff in their Beaver Creek house. Your adventures: Education in Malawi Live Your Life: Living with AlzheimersJuly 13 Were richer than Aspen, the survey says. July 20 Older women in the valley are getting pregnant. July 27 Local philanthropists are making big donations to local causes.

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