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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.

Colorado lawmakers still working on commonsense immigration reforms

Colorado lawmakers still working on commonsense immigration reforms

Commonsense and bipartisanship are two things seemingly in short supply in Congress these days, but Colorado lawmakers at least are trying to keep the focus on practical policy making when…

Gubernatorial candidate Polis takes to Reddit to let voters ‘ask him anything’

Gubernatorial candidate Polis takes to Reddit to let voters ‘ask him anything’

U.S. Rep. Jared Polis made his millions as an Internet entrepreneur, and in his eight years in Congress he’s never really avoided a good fight — whether on the floor…

Healthy Vision Month underscores importance of vision care plans

Healthy Vision Month underscores importance of vision care plans

May is Healthy Vision Month, but most people past the age of 40 – especially those of us who make our livings staring at computer screens — already know the…

Tipton votes in favor of controversial American Health Care Act; Polis blasts bill

Tipton votes in favor of controversial American Health Care Act; Polis blasts bill

Congressman Scott Tipton, a Republican who represents much of Eagle County in the sprawling 3rd Congressional District, voted in favor of the controversial American Health Care Act (AHCA) on Thursday.…

Polis blasts lack of state regs that might have prevented fatal Firestone explosion

Polis blasts lack of state regs that might have prevented fatal Firestone explosion

U.S. Rep. Jared Polis, a Boulder Democrat who’s considering a run for governor in 2018, called a fatal April 17 home explosion in Firestone caused by an abandoned gas line…

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…

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