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Here’s a look at the stories that will be posted on http://www.vaildaily.com this week. Stories generally appear the following day in print. All days are subject to change.
Nursery at June Creek Elementary allows teen mothers to attend high school across the street at Red Canyon in Edwards, Colorado
Town, resort leaders talk about how to keep Vail’s economy healthy.
Vail Town Council discusses plan to cut trash and energy use.
Neighbors hear about plan to renovate low-income Riverview Apartments in Eagle-Vail.
It’s time for the soccer playoffs. Ian Smith breaks down Wednesday’s first-round game between Eagle Valley and Evergreen, while Chris Freud preps you for Battle Mountain Longmont. Also, check out a preview of Vail Christian football’s return to the playoffs.
Coyote Cafe in Beaver Creek has long been the unofficial office for ski patrol. The local eatery turns 25 this fall.
The Vail Daily’s annual bachelor/bachelorette competition is back. The first nomination event takes place at Loaded Joes on Wednesday. Have a fabulous, single friend? Nominate them!
The annual Harvest Festival at Colorado Mountain College is set for Thursday. Enjoy free chili, live music, a pie contest and more from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Edwards campus.
Five-year reunion of Level II nursery at Vail Valley Medical Center.
We’ll recap all the soccer playoff action and get you ready for the District 7 Volleyball Tournament. One reminder, folks. This year Eagle Valley, the 2008 Slope champs, are hosting it.
Ian Smith gives you more information about the Devils-Huskies annual football tilt. We also preview state cross country and Battle Mountain, Vail Mountain and Vail Christian at their respective district tournaments.
We’ll have a full recap of the big football game between Eagle Valley and Battle Mountain.
Got preps? We do. The Saints host their first playoff game since 2003. We’ve got all four local teams at districts, inclduing Eagle Valley playing host to the District 7 Tournament. We’ll catch up with Round 2 of the soccer playoffs and don’t forget the state cross country meet.
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