Eagle City Market expansion to begin May 1

By Pam Boyd EAGLE — It’s welcome news for downvalley residents and the community’s coffers — the expansion/remodel of Eagle’s City Market grocery story is slated to begin May 1.Eagle’s existing City Market is a 41,000-square-foot structure and the expansion plan will up size the grocery story to nearly 57,000 square feet. Additionally, the plan […]

No vote until April on Minturn land exchange

By Ross Leonhart MINTURN — The Town Council will not be voting Wednesday on whether or not it will send a letter of support to the U.S. Forest Service for a land exchange with Crave Community Co. However, the conversation will be continued at Wednesdays Town Council meeting at Town Hall at 6:30 p.m.The council […]

No vote this week on Minturn land exchange

By Ross Leonhart MINTURN — The Town Council will not be voting Wednesday on whether or not it will send a letter of support to the U.S. Forest Service for a land exchange with Crave Community Co. However, the conversation will be continued at Wednesdays Town Council meeting at Town Hall at 6:30 p.m.The council […]

Burton U.S. Open in Vail brings free concerts from GRiZ, Big Grams and more

By Krista Driscoll Just like a blue-sky powder day isn’t complete without your favorite playlist jamming through your headphones, the Burton U.S. Open Snowboarding Championships aren’t complete without some high-energy live concerts as a soundtrack to the competition.This year’s Open doesn’t disappoint, with a lineup that includes both established headliners and up-and-coming performers, including GRiZ, […]

VIDEO: Cruising under bridges at Beaver Creek

By Ross Leonhart On the Hill is brought to you by The Steadman Clinic and the Steadman Philippon Research Institute. VIDEO: Vail Daily On the Hill correspondent Ross Leonhart reports from Roughlock — the “Bridge Run” from Arrowhead to Bachelor’s Gulch — on a warm, sunny Sunday at Beaver Creek. Vail Daily reporter Ross Leonhart […]

Gagnon wins combined event, injured Vonn takes 13th

By Staff Reports SOLDEU-EL TARTER, Andorra — Hampered by a fractured left knee, Lindsey Vonn managed to extend her overall World Cup lead by placing 13th in an Alpine combined event on Sunday, while Marie-Michele Gagnon of Canada took the win. Wearing braces on both knees, the American led the competition after the super-G portion […]

Vonn leads combined event, day after fracturing left knee

By Staff Reports SOLDEU-EL TARTER, Andorra — Lindsey Vonn posted the fastest time in the first run of a women’s World Cup Alpine combined event, one day after fracturing her left knee in a super-G crash. Wearing braces on both knees, the American timed 57.04 seconds in the super-G run on the Aliga course to […]

The state skiing honor roll

By Chris Freud Boys Skimeister1 Quintin Cook, Battle Mountain2 Elliot Shaw, Middle Park3 Logan Ramsay, Summit4 Mike Skladnowski, Clear Creek5 Kyle Ciccarelli, Middle ParkGirls Skimeister 1 Haley Frischholz, Battle Mountain2 Natalie Platil, Evergreen3 Zoe Braun, Eagle Valley4 Brynn Mehan, Eagle Valley5 Angelina Inman, Clear CreekBoys classic league champs1 Middle Park 4662 Battle Mountain 463T3 Steamboat […]

Saints boys beat Hotchkiss; next stop regionals

By Chris Freud DEBEQUE — Happy bounce-back Saturday.Vail Christian boys basketball rebounded from a tough loss to Cedaredge during Friday night’s District 5 Tournament semifinals with a 52-45 victory over Hotchkiss on Saturday to take third place in the tourney.“Third place in this (district). I wouldn’t have guessed that at the beginning of the year,” […]