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Colorado lawmakers split on impeachment as state’s Dems play pivotal role

Colorado lawmakers split on impeachment as state’s Dems play pivotal role

As the full floor of the U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday debated the impeachment of President Donald Trump, Colorado lawmakers were in the spotlight in prominent roles. The state’s…

Western Slope groups push for tougher air quality regs for oil and gas drilling

Western Slope groups push for tougher air quality regs for oil and gas drilling

A push by a coalition of Western Slope conservation groups and elected officials – including the Eagle County Board of Commissioners – to expand limits on oil and gas emissions…

Eagle County Historical Society asks community to ‘Raise the Roof’ for historic Chambers Dairy Barn restoration

Eagle County Historical Society asks community to ‘Raise the Roof’ for historic Chambers Dairy Barn restoration

The Eagle County Historical Society museum, housed in a 120-year-old former dairy barn in Eagle, is in need of a new roof and a good paint job. The hard-working Society…

Vail Daily housing series goes in-depth on crisis unfolding for 50 years

Vail Daily housing series goes in-depth on crisis unfolding for 50 years

Editor’s note: A version of this story first appeared earlier this week in the Vail Daily as part of its Home Economics series. The front page of the very first…

Paradise paradox: Vail, Eagle County’s struggle with suicide, depression

Paradise paradox: Vail, Eagle County’s struggle with suicide, depression

By now, if you’re a regular RealVail.com reader, you’ve seen social media posts of my front-page story in Sunday’s Colorado Springs Gazette on mental health issues in mountain towns –…

Birds of Prey World Cup week at Beaver Creek

Birds of Prey World Cup week at Beaver Creek

It’s Birds of Prey Audi FIS Ski World Cup week in Beaver Creek, with training for the top male ski racers in the world during the week and actual races…

As winter returns, Vail remembers a true legend of snow sports: Jake Burton

As winter returns, Vail remembers a true legend of snow sports: Jake Burton

It’s fitting that winter returned to the Vail Valley on the day news broke that snowboarding giant Jake Burton, who called Vail his home away from his primary home of…

State, local providers pushing for more health insurance choice in Vail Valley

State, local providers pushing for more health insurance choice in Vail Valley

Editor’s note: A version of this story first appeared in the Vail Daily: While policymakers are celebrating a big drop in Colorado’s individual health insurance prices for 2020, they’re also…

Beaver Creek opening early on Saturday as more snow takes aim at Colorado

Beaver Creek opening early on Saturday as more snow takes aim at Colorado

Despite warm and dry weather the last three weeks following 4 feet of snow in October, Colorado ski resorts, including Beaver Creek, are still opening early for the 2019-20 ski…

Cold smoke: Busting out of Colorado’s ski-town booze rut on EagleVail’s Green Mile

Cold smoke: Busting out of Colorado’s ski-town booze rut on EagleVail’s Green Mile

In Colorado, alpine skiing and alcohol seem to go together like Saint Bernards and brandy barrels. In t-shirt shops from Aspen to A-Basin, snow riders can buy boozy souvenirs from…