Vail Daily column: Teen leader passionate about serving others

By Edward Stoner Living in the Vail Valley, we quickly learn that most people come here to consume our beautiful and pristine mountain playground, and as quickly as they come, they’re gone. But, how can we blame them for taking advantage of the mountains when most of us came here for the same thing? As […]

The Riverwalk Backyard hosts first events

By Melanie Wong EDWARDS — Edwards’ newest community space has opened its gates, and through the rest of the summer and into the fall, it will be hosting everything from concerts to brunches to wizard birthday parties. On Friday, the venue hosted its concert debut, a midday performance by Gipsy Moon. The five-piece group from […]

Ascent Sotheby’s brings on new broker associates

By Edward Stoner VAIL — Tapping more than 30 years of combined international banking, finance, marketing and luxury residential expertise, Ascent Sotheby’s International Realty recently added to new broker associates, Kent Petersmeyer and Mary Pope. With more than 20 years of luxury residential real estate experience including serving as chief marketing officer for one of […]

Judge orders man to pay for repairs to apartment in Avon

By Randy Wyrick AVON — Brent Schoen holed up all night in an apartment during an armed standoff with the local SWAT team. Among the problems: It wasn’t his apartment. Schoen said in court Wednesday that he didn’t hear the sirens or SWAT team, saying he was on medication for jaw surgery. The April 22 […]

Vail makes new rules after two recent major gas leaks

By Melanie Wong VAIL — After two major gas leaks caused by construction drilling this month, the town of Vail will require the company that caused the line breaks to follow strict guidelines for the remainder of the project. The town ordered Slick Underground Inc., of Elbert, to halt work Tuesday after crews caused two […]