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Polis powers to Dem win in governor’s race primary; will face Stapleton

Polis powers to Dem win in governor’s race primary; will face Stapleton

The congressman who represents the eastern Vail Valley in Washington, Boulder Democrat Jared Polis, will take on Colorado Treasurer Walker Stapleton for governor in the Nov. 6 general election after…

Trump zero tolerance, family separation policies stir heated response in Eagle County

Trump zero tolerance, family separation policies stir heated response in Eagle County

At its closest point, Vail is more than 650 miles from the Mexican border, but ripple effects from the chaos over family separations and the Trump administration’s zero-tolerance immigration policy…

Can Mitsch Bush catch a women’s wave with EMILY’s List nod?

Can Mitsch Bush catch a women’s wave with EMILY’s List nod?

Editor’s note: This story was written before Tuesday’s state primary election, which Mitsch Bush won with nearly 70 percent of the Democratic vote. Democratic gubernatorial candidate Cary Kennedy, also an…

Hickenlooper signs executive order on Trump family separation policy

Hickenlooper signs executive order on Trump family separation policy

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper on Monday signed an executive order blocking the state from using any resources “to separate children from their parents or legal guardians on the sole ground of…

Vail businesses connect with Facebook at Community Boost

Vail businesses connect with Facebook at Community Boost

Why should Vail Valley businesses consider sending someone down to Denver on Monday to attend Facebook’s Community Boost event? Vail Valley Partnership President & CEO Chris Romer sums it up…

Governor addresses explosion of wildfires near Vail, across Colorado

Governor addresses explosion of wildfires near Vail, across Colorado

Wildfires are burning just to the west of Vail and now just to the east after an approximately 100-acre fire erupted on the flanks of Buffalo Mountain just above Silverthorne…

Xcel’s Colorado Energy Plan viewed as key to cutting emissions, boosting renewables

Xcel’s Colorado Energy Plan viewed as key to cutting emissions, boosting renewables

Minnesota-based Xcel Energy – Colorado’s largest electricity provider with 3.1 million customers – wants the state to approve its massive “Colorado Energy Plan” that would dramatically increase renewable energy consumption…

Federal officials kick in $25 million for westbound I-70 express lane into mountains

Federal officials kick in $25 million for westbound I-70 express lane into mountains

The federal government is kicking in $90 million to fix two brutal bottlenecks for traffic on Colorado’s key east-west and north-south interstate highways — I-70 and I-25 — Colorado Department…

Frampton praises Olympic bid process, questions mountain rail concept

Frampton praises Olympic bid process, questions mountain rail concept

Ski resort real-estate developer Harry Frampton praised the process that could one day bring the Winter Olympics to Colorado — lauding the efforts of the Denver and Colorado Winter Games…

Vail’s Johnston reaches out to NRA members on gun safety, red flag law

Vail’s Johnston reaches out to NRA members on gun safety, red flag law

SILVERTHORNE, Colo. — Vail native and former state Sen. Mike Johnston says he’s the only Democrat in a crowded Colorado governor’s race for his party’s nomination in the June 26…