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Coming Up: Red Canyon graduation

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Preston Utley/Vail DailyDevolper Peter Knobel says he stops by the Crossroads demolition site about once a day to check on its progress.
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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: Red Canyon high school students graduate. NEWS: Crossroads demolition Knobel takes turn in the backhoe. NEWS: Mountain Mischief weekly crime report. NEWS: The continuing life story of longtime valley resident Frank Doll. NEWS: Green city guide created by students in Roaring Fork Valley. NEWS: Laborers making $20-an-hour in Steamboat. OPINION: Who rules the roads: cyclists or motorists? BUSINESS: Advice from 1st and Main Investments owners Fraser Horn and Dudley Irwin. Investment news with a twist from Motley Fool. SPORTS: Ian Cropp previews a new event to this year’s Teva Mountain Games the ultimate mountain challenge. We’ll also be checking out the freeride and bouldering venues. ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: Clothing designer Pamela Ferrari visits her store in Edwards June 6.

NEWS: Seniors graduate from Battle Mountain and Eagle Valley high schools. NEWS: The continuing life story of longtime valley resident Frank Doll. NEWS: Will valley get share of state funds to fight pine beetles? OPINION: Avon’s Dana Jurich weighs in on local issues. ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: A local biker cycles through Colombia and relays his adventures to readers.



NEWS: The continuing life story of longtime valley resident Frank Doll. NEWS: Ski resort planned in Fort Worth, Texas. STATE NEWS: Colorado Springs’ priests 68 Mustang is reborn. ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: Learn how to deal art on Ebay.

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: Learn how to create a creative space with expert advice from designers and regular people who have actually done it.

Participate in The Longevity Project

The Longevity Project is an annual campaign to help educate readers about what it takes to live a long, fulfilling life in our valley. This year Kevin shares his story of hope and celebration of life with his presentation Cracked, Not Broken as we explore the critical and relevant topic of mental health.



NEWS: Why isn’t Vail psychic open for business? NEWS: Vail makes a streetscape mistake. NEWS: Some restaurateurs angry about new delivery system in Vail Village. NEWS: What will Red Cliff get from private ski resort next door? NEWS: What is it about Minturn that keeps resident there for so many years? NEWS: 5,000-mile canoe trip at 50.


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