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Government turf war over oil and gas drilling bubbles up to Colorado’s U.S. Senate race

Government turf war over oil and gas drilling bubbles up to Colorado’s U.S. Senate race

Federal officials this week reaffirmed their authority over oil and gas drilling in the controversial Thompson Divide area near Carbondale even as the fierce debate in Colorado over which government…

Officials unearth 70 percent of human skeleton from Vail building site

Officials unearth 70 percent of human skeleton from Vail building site

More than two-thirds of a skeleton has been recovered after forensic experts using cadaver dogs unearthed many more bones Monday at a dirt collection site in Edwards where material from…

Cadaver dogs on site as coroner’s probe for skeletal remains continues in Vail

Cadaver dogs on site as coroner’s probe for skeletal remains continues in Vail

The Eagle County Coroner’s Office investigation into human skeletal remains found Thursday in Vail and Edwards will continue Saturday with the help of detection dogs trained in finding human remains.…

Online buying trends are shaping commercial real estate in the Intermountain West

Online buying trends are shaping commercial real estate in the Intermountain West

If the dark, early days of the internet are defined by the weird screeching sound of a dial-up modem, the current internet age can probably be defined by the sound…

Skeletal human remains discovered on Lionshead Inn demolition site in Vail

Skeletal human remains discovered on Lionshead Inn demolition site in Vail

Construction has been suspended at the site of Vail’s Lionshead Inn after the discovery of skeletal human remains launched a police and coroner’s office investigation on Thursday. A partial human…

Local doctor touts regenerative benefits of stem-cell therapy for strengthening joints

Local doctor touts regenerative benefits of stem-cell therapy for strengthening joints

The Kentucky Derby showcases some of the most fit thoroughbreds in racing. Up until just a few years ago, however, the average race horse career was well under three years.…

Gypsum boy arrested for murdering father

Gypsum boy arrested for murdering father

A 13-year-old Gypsum boy was arrested Monday for the first-degree murder of his father. Police say Kai Kelly is suspected of shooting his 50-year-old father, Joseph Kelly, Jr., twice in…

Polis vows to keep fighting as local control oil-and-gas bill crumbles

Polis vows to keep fighting as local control oil-and-gas bill crumbles

Democrat Jared Polis, who represents the Vail Valley in Congress, won’t back down on ballot initiatives that could lead to greater regulatory control over oil and gas drilling by Colorado’s…

CDOT working on plan to deal with Interstate 70 closures between Denver, Vail

CDOT working on plan to deal with Interstate 70 closures between Denver, Vail

Incredibly, there were actually fewer hard closures along the Interstate 70 corridor this past ski season compared to the season before, but state highway officials say the duration of those…

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…