Fenninger closing on Maze, Hirscher closer to overall

By Chris Freud The big winners from last week on the World Cup were the fog in Bansko, Bulgaria; Anna Fenninger; Marcel Hirscher; Marco Sullivan; and Austria in general.We’ll explain as we have three weeks in the season left, including the World Cup Finals in Meribel, France.Fantastic FenningerFor the second week, Austria’s Anna Fenninger continued […]

Fenninger closing on Maze and Hirscher closer to overall

By Chris Freud The big winners from last week on the World Cup were the fog in Bansko, Bulgaria, Anna Fenninger, Marcel Hirscher and Marco Sullivan and Austria in general.We’ll explain as we have three weeks in the season left, including the World Cup Finals in Meribel, France.Fantastic FenningerFor the second week, Austria’s Anna Fenninger […]

VMS students interview stars of snowboarding

By John LaConte VAIL — As far as interviewing a pro snowboarder goes, you can’t do much better than Mark McMorris, Kelly Clark and Danny Davis. And a handful of lucky Vail Mountain School students got to fire questions at all three of the star riders on Tuesday.“I was really excited when I heard I […]

Competition starts Wednesday at the Burton US Open

By John LaConte VAIL — The the longest-running snowboarding competition in the world returns to Golden Peak today as competition kicks off at the Burton US Open.After making its way to Vail from Vermont a few years ago, the US Open now attracts the best halfpipe and slopestyle snowboarders to Vail every year, a change […]

Chill program introduces 13 kids to Vail Mountain

By Melanie Wong VAIL — Gabe Hamilton reacted like many high school seniors would when he found out he was headed to Vail for the Burton U.S. Open. He jumped around, whooping and hollering when he received the call from his mom telling him the news. What makes Hamilton different from many of the other […]

Chill introduces 13 kids to Vail

By Melanie Wong VAIL — Gabe Hamilton reacted like many high school seniors would when he found out he was headed to Vail for the Burton U.S. Open. He jumped around, whooping and hollering when he received the call from his mom telling him the news. What makes Gabe different from many of the other […]

Purim celebration is Wednesday in Vail

By Edward Stoner VAIL — Chabad of Vail is hosting “Purim in Times Square,” a New York City-themed Purim bash.Feast on a delicious New York deli dinner, masquerade in New York City costume, Big Apple-style crafts for the kids, dance to DJ Jeff, New York City L’chaim, Hamantaschen, Megillah and lots more city entertainment and […]

Mitsch Bush’s bill advances

By Edward Stoner VAIL — A bill from Rep. Diane Mitsch Bush, D-Steamboat Springs, to cut red tape and help Colorado Mountain College passed the Education Committee Monday with unanimous support. Under current law, CMC is required to keep two separate operating budgets, one for its two-year programs and one for its four-year programs. HB14-1224 […]

Police seek dogs stolen from animal shelter

By Randy Wyrick EAGLE — A burglar broke into the Eagle County Animal Shelter and stole three dogs.Authorities are looking for Auggie, Coyote and Cash, who were stolen during what local authorities are calling the animal’s shelter’s first-ever break-in.It happened during the night late Sunday/early Monday, according to the Eagle County Sheriff’s Office.When the animal […]

#VailLive: Live blog from Vail

By John LaConte March 3, 2015 — Send your text, photo or video updates on weather, conditions and more from Vail and Beaver Creek mountains using #VailLive and #BCLive on Twitter or Instagram and see them published here on our live blog as well as tomorrow in the Vail Daily newspaper. … Source:: Vail Daily […]