Coming Up: Menconi recall update
See Vail Daily stories before they hit the street. Here’s a list of articles that will appear on http://www.vaildaily.com in the coming days. The stories generally appear in the print edition the following day, though it’s all subject to change.
– NEWS: Update on the effort to recall county commissioner Arn Menconi.
– NEWS: Latest version of West End project in Edwards is ready for the public.
– NEWS: Can the achievement gap be closed in local public schools?
– OPINION: After being buried with comments about his column about conservative talk radio, Butch Mazzuca responds.
– SPORTS: Mountain Bikers take a shot at the Lost Lake Loop in the race rescheduled from last week.
– SPORTS: Check out all the local happenings in Sports Around the Town
– BUSINESS: The final installment of Rohn Robbins series about kids and the law.
– NEWS: Kids going to the New America won’t be taking the CSAP next year. Will this have much of an effect on future scores?
– NEWS: Progress on Eagle River Preserve, the big park planned for Edwards?
– OPINION: Zalaznick ” Can we have open space and big-city conveniences?
– NEWS: Grand County has about seen the worst of the pine beetle problem ” will Eagle County resemble it someday?
– SPORTS: Marc and Vicky Keleske are a local couple playing in national tennis tournaments.
– ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT: TraMonti restaurant in Beaver Creek has a new chef. Read all about him.
– REGION: Inner-city smarts honed at summer-school program in Carbondale.
Aug. 3: Share one woman’s experience with gastric bypass surgery. Also, who’s using Vail’s new WiFi service?
Aug. 10: Thirteeners are the new fourteeners when it comes to Colorado mountain climbing.
Also look for: Renowned hip surgeon Dr. Mark Philippon operates; Is green the new political uniter? The 10 most influential people in Vail.
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