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Sheriff identifies skier who died in avalanche near Beaver Creek

Sheriff identifies skier who died in avalanche near Beaver Creek

The Eagle County Sheriff’s Office on Tuesday issued the following press release identifying the victim of a side-country avalanche Monday near Beaver Creek as 37-year-old local Gary Smith. His death…

Neguse on Boulder: ‘We must have the willpower to act and to pass meaningful gun reform’

Neguse on Boulder: ‘We must have the willpower to act and to pass meaningful gun reform’

U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse, a Lafayette Democrat who represents Vail, issued the following statement Monday night after the murder of 10 people, including a Boulder police officer, at a King…

Forest Service approves Whitney Creek drilling project to assess Homestake reservoir feasibility

Forest Service approves Whitney Creek drilling project to assess Homestake reservoir feasibility

The White River National Forest on Monday issued the following press release on its approval of the controversial Whitney Creek geotechnical drilling project to assess the feasibility of possible new…

Boebert promotes QAnon-linked conspiracy theory, defends extremists

Boebert promotes QAnon-linked conspiracy theory, defends extremists

Congresswoman Lauren Boebert put a Q-flavored cherry atop an already controversial town hall last Monday night, when she claimed to have insider knowledge of a QAnon-linked conspiracy theory promoted by The Epoch Times that secret…

GoPro Mountain Games set to return June 10-13

GoPro Mountain Games set to return June 10-13

In a press release, Vail Valley Foundation officials on Friday announced the GoPro Mountain Games will return to action June 10-13 after a one-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic:…

Shiffrin stings Vlhova with come-from-behind second run for slalom win in Jasna

Shiffrin stings Vlhova with come-from-behind second run for slalom win in Jasna

Mikaela Shiffrin of Edwards turned the tables on Slovakia’s Petra Vlhova on Saturday, recording the fastest second run to win a World Cup slalom in Jasna, Slovakia. Shiffrin’s chief slalom…

Shiffrin calls out ‘legitimate proof’ of human rights issues ahead of Beijing 2022

Shiffrin calls out ‘legitimate proof’ of human rights issues ahead of Beijing 2022

Mikaela Shiffrin of Edwards, who’s back in action this weekend with World Cup tech races in Jasna, Slovakia, told CNN it’s “a real bummer” because there’s “legitimate proof” of human…

Police say off-duty Vail worker said he had a gun after mask argument in lift line

Police say off-duty Vail worker said he had a gun after mask argument in lift line

Things got a little tense – and the chairlift line got a little longer – at Vail on Friday after an off-duty Vail Resorts employee was asked by an on-duty…

Shiffrin takes bronze in slalom as Austria’s Liensberger dominates at Worlds

Shiffrin takes bronze in slalom as Austria’s Liensberger dominates at Worlds

Austria’s Katharina Liensberger dominated the women’s slalom at the World Alpine Ski Championships in Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy, on Saturday, beating Slovakia’s Petra Vlhova by a full second and Edwards’ Mikaela…

Shiffrin captures silver medal in World Championship GS

Shiffrin captures silver medal in World Championship GS

Mikaela Shiffrin of Edwards won her American record-shattering 10th World Championship medal on Thursday — a silver by just two-hundredths of a second behind Lara Gut-Behrami of Switzerland in the…