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U.S. Olympic Committee leaning more toward 2030 Winter Games bid

U.S. Olympic Committee leaning more toward 2030 Winter Games bid

Increasingly, it’s looking like the United State will go nearly three decades — and possibly even longer — between Winter Olympic Games hosted on American snow. In a conference call…

Mitsch Bush, Hanlon weigh in as Kennedy drops out of CD3 primary race

Mitsch Bush, Hanlon weigh in as Kennedy drops out of CD3 primary race

And then there were two. Grand Junction City Councilor Chris Kennedy, a former U.S. Marine and telecom worker, dropped out of the Democratic primary race to take on incumbent Republican…

Polis votes to move forward with Trump impeachment

Polis votes to move forward with Trump impeachment

Rep. Jared Polis, a Boulder Democrat who represents the upper Vail Valley in Congress, voted to start impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump on Wednesday, opposing a motion to table…

Shiffrin crushes Killington course, claims first World Cup win this season

Shiffrin crushes Killington course, claims first World Cup win this season

Eagle-Vail’s Mikaela Shiffrin dominated in the flat light and snow of Killington, Vermont, on Sunday, claiming her first World Cup win of the season and moving all alone into 9th…

Happy Thanksgiving from Real Vail

Happy Thanksgiving from Real Vail

Happy Thanksgiving from Real Vail, where every year we say, “Forget Black Friday. Go skiing!” Then we don’t take our own advice, because most years we’re down in Tucson, where…

Vail delays opening until Thanksgiving Day

Vail delays opening until Thanksgiving Day

Vail on Tuesday announced it’s delaying its opening day until Thanksgiving Day. Recent warm, dry weather has not been conducive to snowmaking operations, and while a snowstorm is in the…

Snowstorm in forecast for Vail’s opening day on Friday

Snowstorm in forecast for Vail’s opening day on Friday

A significant snowstorm is in Vail’s forecast for opening day on Friday, Nov. 17, and with it colder temperature better suited to snowmaking efforts. That’s some very good news for…

Another blast of Vail Valley snow as Beaver Creek gears up for Birds of Prey

Another blast of Vail Valley snow as Beaver Creek gears up for Birds of Prey

OK, now I’m getting pumped for ski season. The Vail Valley on Saturday received its third blast of snow so far this fall, with a few inches of fresh all…

Hickenlooper says Colorado set to join other states suing to block Trump’s DACA repeal

Hickenlooper says Colorado set to join other states suing to block Trump’s DACA repeal

Republican Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman last week said the DACA debate belongs in Congress, not in a courtroom, but now Democratic Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper has contradicted that position…

Bipartisan support for DACA, Dreamers grows as Trump poised to end program

Bipartisan support for DACA, Dreamers grows as Trump poised to end program

With rumors and reports of its imminent demise at the hands of the Trump administration swirling fast and furiously, there’s a mad bipartisan dash in Congress to save the DACA…

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