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Coming Up: Vets raft the Rockies

Dominique Taylor/Vail DailyWoodrow Gamboa, 6, plays along with the rest of the Donna Davis's cello class using the Suzuki method in which students learn music with sheet music and by simply hearing the notes. See story online Monday and in print Tuesday.
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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: Disabled veterans go rafting in the Rockies. NEWS: Mother of all crises coming quickly? NEWS: Does Eagle County have a dental problem? NEWS: Local woman raising funds to work with India’s poorest. OPINION: What goes on in Washington affects your medical care here at home. ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: Colombia biking tour an intrepid local pedals his way across the land of Juan Valdez. ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: Luc Pols in Siberia Our local world traveler makes his way to the frozen wastes. SPORTS: After a tough loss to Steamboat Springs, the Vail Rugby Footballl Club looks to rebound at Breckenridge. SPORTS: Eagle Valley’s Michael Medsker and Miranda Hicks are the recipients of the Pete Nolan athletic scholarship

NEWS: How is Lt. John Vaughan’s family dealing with his death in Iraq one year later. NEWS: Some people go a long way to find child care after school lets out. NEWS: Minturn may no longer give new water bill discounts. NEWS: Avon sixth-grader out of the hospital and recovering from heart transplant. OPINION: Forcing auto makers to build more fuel efficent vehicles makes sense. SPORTS: Read about the men’s and women’s finals of the King of the Mountain Volleyball Tournament. ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: Two ladies from Ground Works teach hoticulture therapy at Betty Ford Alpine Gardens. Digging in the dirt and being one with nature, they say, can heal both the mind and body. REGION: Double the sun at Western Slope greenhouse.



ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: Colorado Suzuki institute teaches young musicians in Beaver Creek how to play even better. PET TALK: Dog-wash tips.

NEWS: How does the town of Vail’s Leonard Sandoval keep track of all the construction going on in town? BUSINESS: Coming in Tuesday’s High Country Business Review: Local businesswomen are contributing to programs in the developing world that help women start their own businesses. Also: Columns from the Vail Valley Partnership, the Vail Chamber & Business Association, and management advice from Mike Hawkins.



NEWS: Health fears persist on Western Slope. NEWS: Ancient home has answers underground. NEWS: Turning buses bothering some at Miller Ranch. NEWS: Local kids help migrant workers recover from Florida hurricanes. NEWS: Vail Resorts is on the hook for 144 more beds of employee housing. NEWS: Vail may put solar panels on the roof of its bus station. NEWS: Avon returns to negotiations with Village at Avon developer.


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