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Ski industry veterans say I-70 bottleneck is hurting entire state

Ski industry veterans say I-70 bottleneck is hurting entire state

Vail Mayor Andy Daly’s youngest son is ski patrolling in France this ski season and he and his wife went over to visit. On their way home they flew the…

Rescuers searching for man lost on Eiseman Hut trip near Vail

Rescuers searching for man lost on Eiseman Hut trip near Vail

Search and rescue crews were in the field all day Monday looking for an Indiana man missing since Friday evening in the area of the Eiseman Hut north of Vail.…

Vail Town Council set to discuss retail marijuana policies again

Vail Town Council set to discuss retail marijuana policies again

The Vail Town Council will once again discuss retail marijuana policies at its evening meeting on Tuesday, March 18. The issue is listed tenth on Tuesday’s meeting agenda which begins…

Despite market volatility, poll shows Colorado investors ‘confident’ about long-term financial goals

Despite market volatility, poll shows Colorado investors ‘confident’  about long-term financial goals

The stock market’s been on a bit of a rollercoaster ride so far in 2014, but a recent Morgan Stanley Wealth Management poll shows that Colorado’s high net worth (HNW)…

In wake of $51 billion Sochi ‘extravaganza,’ experts weigh 2026 Winter Olympics in Colorado

In wake of $51 billion Sochi ‘extravaganza,’ experts weigh  2026 Winter Olympics in Colorado

Former Colorado Gov. Dick Lamm, who spearheaded the rejection of the 1976 Denver Winter Olympics, says he’s not opposed to a future Colorado bid but advocates a rethinking of the…

Northwest flow continues to pump snow into Vail Valley

Northwest flow continues to pump snow into Vail Valley

The same storm that made Saturday’s NFL playoff game between the Seattle Seahawks and the New Orleans Saints such a sloppy affair and dumped 18 inches of new snow on…

Tony Seibert, grandson of Vail founder, dies in slide in East Vail Chutes

Tony Seibert, grandson of Vail founder, dies in slide in East Vail Chutes

Tony Seibert, the 24-year-old grandson of late Vail founder Pete Seibert, died in an avalanche while skiing the East Vail Chutes just outside the Vail ski area boundary on Tuesday.…

Vail Valley Rep. Polis applauds regulation of marijuana, pushes for federal legalization

Vail Valley Rep. Polis applauds regulation of marijuana, pushes for federal legalization

Recreational marijuana is now legal in Colorado, and U.S. Rep. Jared Polis, D-Colo., now wants to see pot regulated like alcohol nationwide. “Today Colorado becomes the first state to implement…

County health officials warn of spike in severe flu cases, including one death

County health officials warn of spike in severe flu cases, including one death

The Eagle County Public Health Department is warning residents of an increase in severe cases of influenza in recent days, including five hospitalizations and one flu-related death. Officials are urging…

Eagle County aims to capitalize on real estate’s ‘walkability’ trend

Eagle County aims to capitalize on real estate’s ‘walkability’ trend

The trend toward walkable neighborhoods seems to be gaining strength, according to a new report from the National Association of Realtors released October 31. Sixty percent of respondents to the…