Improvement demands sidetrack local preschool

By Pam Boyd EAGLE — When Anne Helena Garberg purchased the property at 409 Brooks Lane, she envisioned located her Rocky Mountain School of Discovery preschool at the site.But after months of review by the town of Eagle, which included completion of a traffic study and consultation with the Colorado Public Utilities Commission, Garberg opted […]

Cordillera plan set for Eagle County hearing

By Randy Wyrick EDWARDS — Noah Nordheimer and his firm want spend up to $80 million to transform The Lodge & Spa at Cordillera into a health/wellness and high-end addiction treatment center.The Cordillera Property Owners Association wants to stop him.Nordheimer, who operates Baltimore-based Concerted Care Group, says Cordillera’s founding documents allow medical facilities, and that […]

Age delaying research gets underway in Vail

By John LaConte VAIL — The Steadman Philippon Research Institute and The Steadman Clinic have long been known around the world for their research into the causes, prevention and treatment of orthopedic disorders. Locals might recognize the work of Dr. David Karli, who has been with the Steadman Clinic since 2003 and has been ahead […]

Vail Mountain blanks Basalt

By Chris Freud EAST VAIL — Ho-hum, the Vail Mountain School soccer team won another game on Saturday.VMS rang up a 4-0 win against Basalt at venerable Bandoni Alumni Field.Gore Rangers coach Pete Petrovski said that his team possessed well, but it wasn’t until the second half that VMS found the net.And the really big […]

Cedaredge too much for Saints at Homecoming

By Chris Freud EDWARDS — In college football, Homecoming is usually scheduled for a weekend when Southern Northeastern Middle State comes to town for a ritualistic beating.In high school, Homecoming happens when a school’s teams are home, and for Vail Christian football on Saturday, that unfortunately was No. 10-ranked Cedaredge.The Bruins took it to the […]

Devils cross-country shines at home invite

By Chris Freud GYPSUM — They’re just one or two of the guys.Eagle Valley cross-country’s Joslin Blair and Avery Doan are obviously two nice young ladies, but when it comes to practice, they run with the gents.“Joslin and Avery both encourage each other and compete against each other,” Devils coach Melinda Brandt said. “Both of […]

Devils cross-country shines at home invitational

By Chris Freud GYPSUM — They’re just one or two of the guys.Eagle Valley cross-country’s Joslin Blair and Avery Doan are obviously two nice young ladies, but when it comes to practice, they run with the gents.“Joslin and Avery both encourage each other and compete against each other,” Devils coach Melinda Brandt said. “Both of […]

Americans take podium at World Fly Fishing Championships

By John LaConte EAGLE COUNTY – The fly fishermen of Spain defended their crown at the 36th annual FIPS-Mouche World Fly Fishing Championships this week, with France taking second and the U.S. finishing third. In the individual standings, Americans Lance Egan and Pat Weiss took third and fourth, respectively, with Julien Daguillanes of France winning […]