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As Trump takes office, Donovan poised for battle on public lands, climate issues

As Trump takes office, Donovan poised for battle on public lands, climate issues

State Sen. Kerry Donovan was carrying her skis through Vail Village during a rare December rainstorm when RealVail.com interviewed her to preview the 2017 Colorado legislative session and talk about…

Vail Valley lawmakers, colleges, tech industry rally behind undocumented students

Vail Valley lawmakers, colleges, tech industry rally behind undocumented students

Even as president-elect Donald Trump ratchets up talk of a Mexican border wall, Republican South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham has cobbled together a bipartisan group with support from Colorado to…

Vail Town Manager Stan Zemler stepping down in March

Vail Town Manager Stan Zemler stepping down in March

Vail’s longest-tenured town manager, Stan Zemler, is stepping down in March, Town of Vail officials announced on Thursday. Here’s the official press release from the town: Vail Town Manager Stan…

YouthPower365 Parent Mentor Program boosts immigrant pride, learning, understanding in local schools

YouthPower365 Parent Mentor Program boosts immigrant pride, learning, understanding in local schools

As school budgets were slashed in Eagle County and across Colorado in the wake of the Great Recession, parent volunteerism in public schools transitioned from the right thing to do…

Vail, Park City officials look to ease citizen concerns in wake of Trump election

Vail, Park City officials look to ease citizen concerns in wake of Trump election

Officials in cities and ski towns across Colorado and Utah are reacting to last week’s stunning election of Republican Donald Trump, assuring residents they will be protected from violence and…

Vail’s own Mike Johnston weighing Colorado gubernatorial run in 2018

Vail’s own Mike Johnston weighing Colorado gubernatorial run in 2018

Editor’s note: On Tuesday, Jan. 17., former state Sen. Mike Johnston, whose term ended at the end of 2016, officially announced his candidacy for the Colorado governor’s office. Back in…

Experts say more women must run for elected office in order to shatter glass ceiling

Experts say more women must run for elected office in order to shatter glass ceiling

Experts who study women in politics say the lack of female representation in the White House and Congress is not necessarily a function of voter sexism, but instead can be…

Schwartz cites deep divide on American economy in decisive loss to Tipton

Schwartz cites deep divide on American economy in decisive loss to Tipton

The 3rd Congressional District race that at one point appeared to be increasingly competitive wound up being another blowout win for incumbent Republican Scott Tipton of Cortez, who has promised…

Eagle County bucks national trend, rejects Trump and most other Republicans

Eagle County bucks national trend, rejects Trump and most other Republicans

Republican Donald Trump may have shocked the popular-vote majority of the nation with his electoral college victory over Democrat Hillary Clinton Tuesday, but Eagle County continued its trend toward supporting…

Eagle County Clerk Simonton complains to state about voter obstruction by GOP poll-watchers

Eagle County Clerk Simonton complains to state about voter obstruction by GOP poll-watchers

Eagle County Clerk and Recorder Teak Simonton sent a strongly worded email to the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office over the weekend accusing Republican poll-watchers of obstructing voters and making…

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