The week’s top 10 stories from the Vail Daily
Here are the top 10 most-read stories on vaildaily.com for the week:
A Missouri developer with a longtime love of Leadville has purchased the former rail yard at the city’s entrance with plans for a 250-home mixed-use community.
Both lanes of westbound Interstate 70 were reopen as of 8:40 p.m. Friday after a camper rollover between Wolcott and Eagle earlier in the evening. The accident was at westbound mile marker 151.
Firefighters drew high praise for their quick response to a Cotton Ranch house fire Sunday afternoon.
After a two-day trial last week, a Summit County jury ordered Ferguson to pay $263,454.44 in damages, which will cover Dubert’s medical expenses and compensate him for missing months of work as a paramedic due to the injury.
Two minutes after crews finished clearing a pickup truck/camper crash that had backed up westbound I-70 traffic for eight miles Friday evening, a semi truck hauling exotic cars slammed into the back of a CDOT truck parked on the shoulder in the same spot a few miles east of Eagle.
Skiers and snowboarders across the valley are gearing up for another winter season, and they’re also planning how they will get to Beaver Creek while waiting to see what the town of Avon and surrounding businesses decide to do.
A man was found dead on Oct. 25 at a camp site on Vasquez Road in Winter Park.
The man who fell 60 feet from a stair railing at Sports Authority Field at Mile High Monday night and died has been identified as a Johnstown man. Friends and family have started a GoFundMe account to help his wife and five children.
Thou shalt not destroy thy opponent’s campaign signs, says Eagle County Sheriff James Van Beek. It’s against the law, no matter how much you disdain someone else’s candidate.
On Monday, a hunter was doing his due diligence in tracking a large deer he shot in the wildlife area surrounding Avon, but the shot was critical, not fatal, and the animal began making its way toward town.
Mountainfilm On Tour brings 10 documentary shorts, focusing on equity, to two local high schools and two local movie theaters. “Brotherhood Of Skiing,” for example, is about African Americans who love skiing and want to pass that love to the next generation.