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Conflict experts dispute impact of global climate change on national security

Conflict experts dispute impact of global climate change on national security

Global conflict experts say the Obama administration’s recent focus on climate change as a national security threat may be misguided. “The link between global warming and national security…

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Mexican delegation from San Miguel de Allende to visit Vail this week

Mexican delegation from  San Miguel de Allende to visit Vail this week

A delegation from San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, is headed to Vail this week to…

Ski & Snowboard Club Vail hires Burke Mountain’s Kirk Dwyer

Ski & Snowboard Club Vail hires Burke Mountain’s Kirk Dwyer

Ski & Snowboard Club Vail (SSCV) today announced the hiring of Kirk Dwyer, headmaster at…

Arapahoe Basin to extend ski season to June 14

Arapahoe Basin to extend ski season to June 14

Since Vail closed on April 19, nearly 7 feet of snow has fallen on Colorado’s…

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Remembering former Vail Mayor Paul Johnston

Remembering former Vail Mayor Paul Johnston

Former Vail Mayor Paul Johnston died Monday, eliciting this Facebook remembrance from his son, state Sen. Mike Johnston of Denver: “Yesterday my father Paul Johnston went home to…

From cradle to college: Melisa Rewold-Thuon expands scope of Youth Foundation

From cradle to college: Melisa Rewold-Thuon expands scope of Youth Foundation

Editor’s Note: This story first appeared in The Parents Handbook. In many ways, Melisa Rewold-Thuon has been a victim of her own success. She never wanted to leave…

Valbruna Vail: Connecting Italy, Latin America through culture, coffee

Valbruna Vail: Connecting Italy, Latin America through culture, coffee

Marco Tonazzi sells many things. His Valbruna Vail store sells unique, high-quality clothing – mostly Italian but also from Switzerland and other European countries. His Valbruna Inn in…

America’s first World Cup winner Cutter quit young for college, but Shiffrin to study and ski

America’s first World Cup winner Cutter quit young for college, but Shiffrin to study and ski

In February of 1968, when she was younger than Mikaela Shiffrin is now, Kiki Cutter became the first American ski racer to win a World Cup event. Just…

Vail developer Frampton doubts Colorado’s ‘political will’ to fund I-70 rail fix

Vail developer Frampton doubts Colorado’s ‘political will’ to fund I-70 rail fix

Harry Frampton, the Vail-based developer whose company revamped Denver’s iconic Union Station, is a skeptic when it comes to the concept of passenger rail connecting Colorado’s Front Range…

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