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Vail opens Friday with skiing out of Lionshead, Vail Village

Vail opens Friday with skiing out of Lionshead, Vail Village

Thanks to recent snowfall and good snowmaking conditions, Vail will open Friday with more terrain than it typically offers on opening day, including lift access out of both Lionshead and…

Vail police to host meetings to address concerns about passenger transportation ordinance

Vail police to host meetings to address concerns about passenger transportation ordinance

Ahead of the coming winter season, the Vail Police Department will host meetings Nov. 21 and Dec. 4 to review and discuss implementation of the Vail Passenger Transportation ordinance. The…

Bruno leads all vote-getters in Vail Town Council election

Bruno leads all vote-getters in Vail Town Council election

Vail will have three new town council members after Tuesday’s municipal election, which saw businesswoman Jenn Bruno earn the highest number of votes at 568. Dave “Bone” Chapin, an owner…

USA Pro Challenge to feature Vail Pass Time Trial but no Beaver Creek finish

USA Pro Challenge to feature Vail Pass Time Trial but no Beaver Creek finish

The USA Pro Challenge cycling stage race will be back in Vail for the classic Vail Pass Time Trial again in 2014, but Beaver Creek will not host a mountaintop…

Eagle County sheriff seeks help solving recent burglaries

Eagle County sheriff seeks help solving recent burglaries

The Eagle County Sheriff’s Office is asking for help solving three burglaries in Edwards and Eagle last week. On Thursday, Oct. 24, deputies responded to three locations (two in Edwards…

Vail, Beaver Creek enjoy new snow, crank up high-efficiency snowmaking system

Vail, Beaver Creek enjoy new snow, crank up high-efficiency snowmaking system

Vail and Beaver Creek have both received about a half a foot of new snow this week, with a couple of more inches in the forecast through midday on Friday.…

Eagle County commissioners to weigh retail pot regs at Oct. 29 hearing

Eagle County commissioners to weigh retail pot regs at Oct. 29 hearing

The Eagle County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday will consider a draft amendment to the county’s land use regulations that would allow retail marijuana businesses to operate in certain zone…

Governor names replacement for retiring 5th Judicial District Judge Moorhead

Governor names replacement for retiring 5th Judicial District Judge Moorhead

Gov. John Hickenlooper Wednesday appointed Paul Dunkelman to serve as the district court judge in the 5th Judicial District, which includes Eagle, Lake and Summit and Clear Creek counties. Dunkleman…

Local legislator vows ‘harder questions’ about oil drilling in wake of flooding spills

Local legislator vows ‘harder questions’ about oil drilling in wake of flooding spills

A little more than one month after torrential rains and flood-swollen rivers ripped through the heart of Colorado’s drilling infrastructure along the state’s northern Front Range, it’s clear there will…

Signs of improvement in local housing market, but boom days still a distant memory

Signs of improvement in local housing market, but boom days still a distant memory

The number of real estate transactions in Eagle County is creeping back toward 2008 levels, and the number of foreclosure filings has slowed significantly, but local experts say the market…