Flying Colorado’s 14ers

By Randy Wyrick Garrett Fisher is one of the few people on God’s green earth who sees eye-to-eye with 14ers. He published a book about flying his 65-year-old Piper Cub PA-11 over and around all of Colorado’s 14ers — mountains that rise to more than 14,000 feet above sea level. Few in this world will […]

Vail Daily column: Ski in peace, Ronnie and Bryce

By Edward Stoner Ronnie Berlack and Bryce Astle grew up almost a continent apart. Ronnie was raised in a ski racing family in Franconia, New Hampshire, as a kid watching hometown hero Bode Miller make his rise to ski stardom. He later moved to Burke Mountain Academy, where his dad was a ski coach. Born […]

New valley restaurants open their doors

By Melanie Wong EAGLE COUNTY — Vail Valley diners, grab your forks. It looks like 2015 is the year of the new restaurant. Since the beginning of the ski season, a number of new restaurants have opened their doors from Vail to Eagle. In Vail, there’s the newest Bridge Street addition, Solantro’s, in the location […]

Pyles-Knutzen, Buxman nominated to Ski Club Vail’s Wall of Excellence

By Edward Stoner Ski & Snowboard Club Vail is naming six people to its first Wall of Excellence in the Athlete Category and four people to its Leader Category on Feb. 7 at the Four Seasons Resort Vail. Among the Athlete Category nominees from the early years of Vail are Rudd Pyles-Knutzen and John Buxman. […]

Bode: From ’99 to ’15

By Edward Stoner Editor’s note: This article first appeared in 2015 magazine. Vail/Beaver Creek is hosting the Alpine World Ski Championships Feb. 2-15. Bode Miller said last week he is still not sure if he will compete at Beaver Creek as he works his way back from back surgery. As he prepares for the 2015 […]

Will I-70 underpass project include walls?

By scott miller VAIL — Vail’s elected officials and residents continue to wrestle with the details of a proposed underpass beneath Interstate 70. If the project clears several more hurdles, then it will be the biggest public-works project in town since the Vail roundabouts were built in the 1990s. Since the 1980s, town and state […]

Slifer Smith & Frampton remodels its offices in Vail

By scott miller VAIL — Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate has teamed up with the talented design team at Slifer Designs to give a few offices a facelift. The company has also set up a new office in the Four Seasons Resort and Residences in Vail. “It was such an enjoyable and collaborative experience […]

Accounting firm employees earn accounting certificates

By scott miller AVON — Bethann Brown, Ashley Schneider and Yadira Chavira of McMahan and Associates, LLC have successfully passed the state requirements to become Certified Public Accountants (CPA) in Colorado. Brown is a graduate of University of Utah, Schneider earned her undergraduate degree at Sam Houston State University in Texas and a Master’s of […]

Slifer Smith & Frampton remodels offices

By scott miller VAIL — Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate has teamed up with the talented design team at Slifer Designs to give a few offices a facelift. The company has also set up a new office in the Four Seasons Resort and Residences in Vail. “It was such an enjoyable and collaborative experience […]