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Eagle’s Hoop House offers agriculture shares program for food certainty in these uncertain times

Eagle’s Hoop House offers agriculture shares program for food certainty in these uncertain times

A national movement toward understanding where our food comes from has been on the rise for some time. Now, in this unprecedented and uncertain time as Coloradans navigate the global…

Eagle County gears up for next phase of reopening — from green to blue terrain

Eagle County gears up for next phase of reopening — from green to blue terrain

Eagle County officials, in conjunction with Vail Health and local business leaders, outlined a roadmap for the next phase of reopening the local economy — from green/beginner to blue/intermediate. In…

Rifle’s Shooters Grill open for in-person dining as CD3 candidate Boebert takes on Tipton, Polis

Rifle’s Shooters Grill open for in-person dining as CD3 candidate Boebert takes on Tipton, Polis

Editor’s note: Shooters Grill was reportedly closed back down and only doing take-out service on Wednesday after the county obtained a cease-and-desist order. On Friday, May 15, Shooters Grill posted…

Health officials closely monitoring Castle Peak senior center for COVID-19

Health officials closely monitoring Castle Peak senior center for COVID-19

Health officials in the Eagle River Valley are reportedly closely monitoring the situation at the Castle Peak senior center in Eagle after the death of a resident last week who…

Billionaires with Vail ties, Bloomberg, Kravis do $44.79 million deal for Colorado ranch

Billionaires with Vail ties, Bloomberg, Kravis do $44.79 million deal for Colorado ranch

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, a billionaire media mogul and recent Democratic candidate for the presidency, has reportedly purchased a nearly $45 million Colorado ranch from former Vail…

Owners of Park Hyatt Beaver Creek to return federal PPP funds

Owners of Park Hyatt Beaver Creek to return federal PPP funds

The company that owns the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort and Spa, Ashford Inc., will return at least $70 million it received through the federal government’s Paycheck Protection Program, according…

Governor keeps Colorado ski areas closed through at least May 23

Governor keeps Colorado ski areas closed through at least May 23

Gov. Jared Polis issued a slew of executive orders late Thursday, including one keeping Colorado ski areas shuttered through at least May 23, all but ending any hope of more…

Air ambulance services stress role of transport during COVID-19 crisis

Air ambulance services stress role of transport during COVID-19 crisis

Air ambulance services are playing a critical role in far-flung rural areas of Colorado during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, but operators are increasingly concerned about their own viability due to…

Vail Resorts provides update on COVID-19 season pass plans for 2020-21 ski season

Vail Resorts provides update on COVID-19 season pass plans for 2020-21 ski season

Vail Resorts on Monday offered a minimum 20% discount on 2020-21 season ski passes as compensation for closing all of its North American ski areas at least a month early…

COVID-19, DACA concerns roil local Latino community

COVID-19, DACA concerns roil local Latino community

Rita Gutierrez came to Eagle County from Mexico when she was six months old, graduated from Battle Mountain High School in Edwards, Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction and for…