On the Hill: Join in the cleanup

By John LaConte On the Hill is brought to you by The Steadman Clinic and the Steadman Philippon Research Institute. VIDEO: The U.S. Forest Service and Vail Mountain are inviting community volunteers to the annual mountain cleanup, scheduled for June 11. Vail Daily reporter John LaConte gives us a taste of what it’s like to […]

Moses Gonzales retiring from Vail police

By scott miller VAIL — After 14 years with the Vail Police Department, officer Moses Gonzales is retiring effective today. Gonzales has been a code enforcement officer since 2001 and also served with the Vail Recreation District. He’s known for his community service efforts throughout the years, including:• Organizing the annual county-wide Make a Difference […]

Biliteracy becomes a star in local schools

By Randy Wyrick EAGLE COUNTY — Chase and Taylor Keep spent years schlepping up and down the Interstate between Gypsum and Edwards, so they could be part of Berry Creek Middle School’s Spanish immersion program.OK, every parent who has ever schlepped knows that really means they drove the kids, which is good because it’s time […]

Vail Symposium’s lineup includes adventure and nutrition programs, film screenings and more

By caramie schnell Lifelong learning sums up the goals of The Vail Symposium quite succinctly. This summer, curators, best-selling authors, award-winning filmmakers, doctors, nutritionists, physiologists and consciousness experts — among others — will lead programs that cover a variety of topics: adventure, geopolitical hot topic issues, nutrition, film screenings, alternative approaches to health and wellness, […]