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Vail Resorts CEO Rob Katz says ‘We are part of the problem’ regarding death of George Floyd

Vail Resorts CEO Rob Katz says ‘We are part of the problem’ regarding death of George Floyd

Vail Resorts CEO Rob Katz on Tuesday sent a letter to the employees of the company saying “we are part of the problem” in reference to the George Floyd police…

Astronomical health insurance rates likely to drive CD3 debate for June 30 primary

Astronomical health insurance rates likely to drive CD3 debate for June 30 primary

Geographically one of the largest congressional districts in the United States, Colorado’s 3rd, which includes roughly the western two-thirds of Eagle County, stretches from Pueblo in the south to Steamboat…

Vail Congressman Neguse decries ‘fear and anguish’ felt by African-American men, calls for reform

Vail Congressman Neguse decries ‘fear and anguish’ felt by African-American men, calls for reform

Congressman Joe Neguse — a Boulder-area Democrat who represents the eastern third of Eagle County, including Vail — issued a press release on Monday on the “fear and anguish” felt…

Donovan defends against GOP attack as state’s black, Latino lawmakers speak on death of George Floyd

Donovan defends against GOP attack as state’s black, Latino lawmakers speak on death of George Floyd

State Sen. Kerry Donovan, D-Vail, fired back at Republican critics who accused Democrats of siding with violent protesters Sunday. And on Monday, black and Latino lawmakers issued a lengthy statement…

Peaceful protest for George Floyd, against police brutality Sunday in Vail Village

Peaceful protest for George Floyd, against police brutality Sunday in Vail Village

A peaceful demonstration against police brutality and the “unjust murder of George Floyd” by police in Minneapolis on May 25 will be held near the Covered Bridge in Vail Village…

Polis calls for peace as Denver protests of George Floyd killing turn violent

Polis calls for peace as Denver protests of George Floyd killing turn violent

Colorado Gov, Jared Polis Thursday night said “senseless violence will never be healed by more violence” in response to protests at the state capitol in Denver over the killing of…

Arapahoe Basin set to reopen for limited snow riding May 27 as rest of state watches

Arapahoe Basin set to reopen for limited snow riding May 27 as rest of state watches

After shutting down abruptly in mid-March due to the COVID-19 outbreak, along with the rest of the state’s ski industry, Arapahoe Basin announced on Sunday it will reopen for spring…

Eagle County gets state approval to begin Blue Phase reopening May 25

Eagle County gets state approval to begin Blue Phase reopening May 25

Eagle County issued the following press release on state approval of its request to move to Blue Phase reopening on Monday, May 25: Eagle County has received its official variance from the…

Vail Resorts CEO Rob Katz says he hopes to have lifts running by late June, early July

Vail Resorts CEO Rob Katz says he hopes to have lifts running by late June, early July

Vail Resorts CEO Rob Katz on Thursday issued a letter saying he hopes to have lifts running at all of his North American resorts by late June or early July.…

An in-depth look at how Dillon Reservoir works during spring runoff season

An in-depth look at how Dillon Reservoir works during spring runoff season

Editor’s note: This story was produced by RealVail.com with funding from Aspen Journalism and was first posted on the Summit Daily News website on May 14 and published in their…