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David O. Williams is an award-winning energy, environmental, political, entertainment, outdoor and sports writer based in the Vail Valley. His work has appeared in publications such as The New York Times, Chicago Tribune, Denver Post, LA Weekly, ESPN.com, SKI Magazine, Powder and People Magazine. He also regularly contributes to The Colorado Statesman and Atlantic Media's RouteFifty.com.

Grand bargain on transportation funding crashes and burns in GOP Senate

Grand bargain on transportation funding crashes and burns in GOP Senate

A grand legislative bargain to ask voters for a sales tax increase to pay for Colorado’s badly crumbling roads and bridges was sent headlong into the ditch on Tuesday by…

Sources contradict sheriff, DA, allege big jump in ICE presence

Sources contradict sheriff, DA, allege big jump in ICE presence

Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents have been much more active in Eagle County courtrooms since February, sources say, disputing what the local sheriff and district attorney told RealVail.com last week.…

Colorado climate change and the incredible shrinking ski season

Colorado climate change and the incredible shrinking ski season

If you live and work in the Rocky Mountains mainly to ski powder during the winter months, then you’re probably as disappointed as I am in the current ski season,…

Sheriff, DA debunk ICE roundup rumors but express concern

Sheriff, DA debunk ICE roundup rumors but express concern

The Eagle County sheriff and district attorney say they’re not seeing increased Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) arrests locally, despite persistent rumors, but both are worried community concerns about a…

More snow on tap for Vail, Beaver Creek this week

After a few inches of new snow late last week, the Vail Valley is once again looking at some winter-like weather this week as Vail and Beaver Creek head into…

Ski conditions holding up nicely as winter set to return to Vail

Ski conditions holding up nicely as winter set to return to Vail

After an insanely warm March (thank you, global climate change, and you’re welcome, spring-breakers), winter is finally set to return to the Vail Valley later this week. Forecasters are calling…

As Shiffrin wins overall title, Aspen loses its usual World Cup event

As Shiffrin wins overall title, Aspen loses its usual World Cup event

Eagle-Vail’s Mikaela Shiffrin didn’t win a race over the weekend in Aspen, but she won the World Cup circuit’s most coveted trophy by claiming the season-long overall crystal globe. Aspen,…

Stuhec wins Aspen downhill as Vonn takes second

Stuhec wins Aspen downhill as Vonn takes second

Ilka Stuhec claimed the first ever downhill globe for the nation of Slovenia on Wednesday, dominating Aspen’s World Cup Finals downhill course from the first starting position and holding off…

Gubernatorial candidate Johnston ‘encouraged’ by bipartisan progress on transportation

Gubernatorial candidate Johnston ‘encouraged’ by bipartisan progress on transportation

Colorado Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mike Johnston, at a campaign event in Edwards late last week, told RealVail.com he’s encouraged by the bipartisan progress he’s seeing from the State Legislature on…

Eagle River Presbyterian Church honors local history with Pioneer Pew

Eagle River Presbyterian Church honors local history with Pioneer Pew

Dr. Kent Petrie had what could be described as epiphany recently when asked to serve once more as an elder in the Eagle River Presbyterian Church, where he has been…

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