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Bret Hartman/Vail DailyEleven-year-old Lindsey Halverson, a fifth grader at Avon Elementary, joined her class for a field trip to the Bookworm in Edwards. The books students got to take home and read will become part of the school's library. See story online Monday and in print Tuesday.

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– County: Thousands of homes could be built.

– Vail delays vote on conference center funds.

– Expensive whitewater park proposed … again.

– Gypsum skate park threatened by vandals.

– Bear Cub’s Book Club takes strong fifth-grade readers and challenges them.

– Does Battle Mountain resort mean rising property costs in Minturn?

– ‘Steer tailing’ event won’t return to county.

– Pig-sized lizards once roamed Aspen area.

– Getting kids into the swing of golf.

– Vail’s decision on Crossroads Tuesday night could mean July election.

– Grassroots groups find support in Vail Valley.

– Couple married on Mt. Everest spending some time in Avon.

– Vail Resorts scheduled to release latest earnings report.

– Woman motivated by relatives’ disease.

– Where will Battle Mountain resort employees come from?

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