Devils fall at Steamboat

By Chris Freud STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Eagle Valley soccer suffered its first loss of the season on Thursday night, a 2-1 decision at Steamboat Springs.While, of course, the Devils want to win every game they play, this is improvement. Last year, Eagle Valley went up north for its fourth game of the season and fell […]

Huskies soccer zooms past Summit, 7-0

By Chris Freud EDWARDS — Battle Mountain girls soccer scored the touchdown and the extra point against Summit County on Thursday in Edwards.OK, so it’s the wrong kind of football, but the Huskies’ 7-0 victory over the Tigers did the trick in many ways.Logan Nash and Morgan Croke both had hat tricks with Emily Cope […]

Huskies soccer zooms past Summit

By Chris Freud EDWARDS — Battle Mountain girls soccer scored the touchdown and the extra point against Summit County on Thursday in Edwards.OK, so it’s the wrong kind of football, but the Huskies’ 7-0 victory over the Tigers did the trick in many ways.Logan Nash and Morgan Croke both had hat tricks with Emily Cope […]

On the Hill: Heavy clouds over Vail, snow on the way?

By John LaConte On the Hill is brought to you by The Steadman Clinic and the Steadman Philippon Research Institute. VIDEO: Vail Daily on-snow correspondent John LaConte reports from the run entitled “Gandy Dancer” on Vail Mountain, where grey skies overhead could be the first sign of possible snowfall on the way. VAIL OFFICIAL REPORT: […]

Colorado, Utah driving Vail Resorts

By scott miller BROOMFIELD — The current ski season is a strong one for Vail Resorts, with the company reporting solid second-quarter growth across its skiing and lodging operations. The company also announced an ambitious capital improvement plan for both winter and summer operations, including a new chairlift at Vail and the start of the […]

Government Tracker: Avon gives $7,000 to Man of the Cliff

By John LaConte Board: Avon Town Council, March 10 regular meeting.Present: Council members Buz Reynolds, Matt Gennett, Jennie Fancher, Megan Burch, Scott Prince, Sarah Smith Hymes and Jake Wolf.The issue: The Man of the Cliff fall festival at Nottingham ParkWho they talked to: Festival organizer Adam Williams, Avon special events supervisor Danita DempseyWhat they said: […]

‘Jump, Jive and Wail’ kicks off the Vail Performing Arts Academy’s 20th season celebration

By Randy Wyrick Two decades ago Annah Scully found herself surrounded by off-the-scale extrovert kids — because it takes one to know one — wondering what to do with them all summer.And that, more or less, is why she launched the Vail Performing Arts Academy.They celebrate their 20th anniversary this weekend with an ambitious and […]

Kyle Hollingsworth Band brings new music and beer to Avon

By caramie schnell AVON — Kyle Hollingsworth has been making music for 30 years, and brewing beer for 20, and it took about a decade before he figured out how to combine two of his favorite things in life: music and beer. He considers them both an art form and for years now, Hollingsworth has […]

Seeding the economic clouds

By Randy Wyrick EAGLE — An airport remains a hole in the sky through which money falls, although sometimes you have to seed those clouds.Air Canada landed a $120,000 flight guarantee — $95,000 from Eagle County and $25,000 from Vail — for its flights from Toronto this ski season.Data from the Eagle County Regional Airport […]

Vail Valley Bizwatch: Alpine Flight Training offers flight training

By scott miller • Business name: Alpine Flight Training.• Location: Eagle County Airport.• Date opened: June, 2010.• Owners: Loren and Jennifer French. (Loren provided the following information.)• Contact info: Call 970-401-5105 or email info@alpineflighttraining.com.• What goods or services do you provide? We can provide any level of flight training, from a person’s first flight in […]