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Read it First Vail: Heavy snow, more fires?

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Bruce Walker/Hoover InstitutionCamp Hale, as it looked in the 1950s when the CIA trained the Tibetan resistance to fight the Chinese army. See story online Saturday.

See Vail Daily stories before they hit the street. Here’s a list of articles that will appear on in the coming days. The stories generally appear in the print edition the following day, though it’s all subject to change, and not all stories that appear on the Web appear in print.

– NEWS: Will heavy snow result in an intense fire season in the Vail Valley?

– NEWS: All the fourth graders in the Eagle County School District get a tree to plant for Arbor Day.

– NEWS: Part II of series on CIA’s training of Tibetan resistance fighters at Camp Hale.

– HIGH LIFE: Travel story: Ideas on what you can do to help entertain your children in the car.

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.

– DOWNVALLEY: Eagle residents still grumpy about gravel pit.

– SPORTS: Battle Mountain soccer calls on Eagle Valley in the second round of the Eagle County rivalry.

– SPORTS: Eagle Valley baseball hosts Delta for a pair when the Panthers, last year’s co-league champs, come to Gypsum.

– SPORTS: Vail Christian soccer continues it’s road trip with a game at Grand Valley.

– SPORTS: Battle Mountain and Vail Christian track heads to high altitude with a meet in Gunnison.

– NEWS: Meet three Vail Valley Medical Center nurses who have done medical mission work in Third World countries.

– NEWS: Mountain Mischief weekly crime report.

– NEWS: Tell Eagle County what bugs you about local roads, road signs, traffic lights and speed limits.

– NEWS: Eagle County commissioners hold hearings on forming a housing authority and on its affordable housing guidelines.

– NEWS: Friends of Eagle’s Nest Wilderness looking for volunteers to help take care of the backcountry.

– HIGH LIFE: Jazz Goes to School participants perform at the Vilar Center on Monday.

– HIGH LIFE: Benefit concert for Eagle County resident Mylissa Eckdahl at the Vilar Center on Wednesday.

– REGION: Summit County street preacher still smiling and waving.

* SPORTS: The Olympic torch relay is a farce, says sports writer Ian Cropp in his weekly croppaganda column

– SPORTS: Check out which locals will be running in the 112th Boston Marathon, and how you can watch them.

– NEWS: Do you have ski-accident insurance?

– DOWNVALLEY: Crime victims calls for help answered.

– PET TALK: Pet dentists ” few and far between ” can be crucial to good health

– SPORTS: Ready to hit the links? Eagle Ranch is open and ready to play.

– NEWS: First of three profiles of candidates running for Vail Recreation District board of directors.

– SPORTS: The two Eagle County baseball teams meet for the second time this season. Can Battle Mountain earn a split with Eagle Valley?

– SPORTS: Eagle Valley and Battle Mountain tee it up at the Devils’ home golf tourney at Cotton Ranch

– SPORTS: Welcome home Saints. Vail Christian soccer hosts its first-ever game.

– SPORTS: Vail Mountain soccer hosts Colorado Rocky Mountain School.

– NEWS: Second of three profiles of candidates running for Vail Recreation District board of directors.

– NEWS: Third of three profiles of candidates running for Vail Recreation District board of directors.

– SPORTS: Can they stay perfect? Battle Mountain soccer hosts Palisade, looking to extend its perfect record.

– SPORTS: Will more records fall for Battle Mountain track and field? The Huskies and Devils each have Friday night meets.

– SPORTS: Eagle Valley baseball looks to extend its winning ways, this time against Summit County.

– SPORTS: Another league title may be in store for Battle Mountain soccer when the girls head to Rifle

– SPORTS: Vail Christian Soccer hosts Olathe.

– SPORTS: Battle Mountain track and field heads to Cherry Creek.

– NEWS: If Minturn votes against Battle Mountain ski resort developer, will Ginn Company strike a deal with Red Cliff or Eagle County?

– NEWS: How intense will campaign be in Minturn with residents set to vote on private ski resort?

– NEWS: Eagle County School District will have to make some final decisions about the new Battle Mountain High School and renovations at Eagle Valley High.

– NEWS: Controversy continues over money county spends on early childhood programs.

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