Charges filed against man in I-70 police chase

By Edward Stoner VAIL — Charges have been filed against the 35-year-old man Edwards man who was arrested on Wednesday after reportedly fleeing authorities as they attempted to make a traffic stop on Interstate 70. Justin Aubry Hammond, the owner of a 1997 Dodge sedan, was detained by authorities at 3:10 p.m. Wednesday following a […]

Duct tape heals one woman’s cancer

By Edward Stoner VAIL — Duct tape does not cure cancer. But in the case of Anne Trumpower, it has healed hers. Trumpower is known as the “duct tape lady” to those who have attended Pink Vail, the world’s biggest ski day to conquer cancer. Since the event’s inaugural year in 2012, Trumpower has donned […]

Meet Your Forest: Camp Hale’s return to glory through restoration

By Krista Driscoll Camp Hale is a major all-season recreational destination in the White River National Forest. Camp Hale is nestled in the high-elevation headwaters of the Eagle River, a prominent tributary of the upper Colorado River, running along the Western Slope of the Continental Divide in central Colorado between Leadville and Red Cliff. These […]

Steamboat runs away from Eagle Valley lax

By Chris Freud STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Maybe there isn’t anything better as a coach than the Steamboat Springs boys lacrosse team’s season opener, a 14-2 win against Eagle Valley on Friday.The Sailors looked sharp for much of the game, dominated through for a stretch through the middle of the game and came away with a […]

Huskies girls lacrosse takes down Eagle Valley

By Chris Freud EDWARDS — And now a rarity.Battle Mountain and Eagle Valley girls lacrosse went at it on Friday, and both teams came away happy. The Huskies won, 10-4, so there was much rejoicing. Meanwhile, the Devils looked much improved, so there was much rejoicing.“It’s very exciting. If you look at last year, I […]

Huskies girls lax takes down Eagle Valley

By Chris Freud EDWARDS — And now a rarity.Battle Mountain and Eagle Valley girls lacrosse went at it on Friday, and both teams came away happy. The Huskies won, 10-4, so there was much rejoicing. Meanwhile, the Devils looked much improved, so there was much rejoicing.“It’s very exciting. If you look at last year, I […]

Beaver Creek patrol tryouts March 22, 28

By Edward Stoner BEAVER CREEK — Beaver Creek Ski Patrol is seeking ambitious expert skiers and telemark skiers to participate in the annual ski test, being held March 22 and March 28. The team is comprised of experienced skiers who like to help people in an active outdoor work environment and the ski test provides […]

Government tracker: Congressman, county commissioners meet

By scott miller Board: Eagle County Commissioners.Meeting: March 9 work session.Present: Jill Ryan, Jeanne McQueeney, Kathy Chandler Henry.Who they talked to: Rep. Scott Tipton. Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District includes much of Eagle County.What they talked about: Tipton and a pair of aides — along with an video camera-toting tracker from a Democratic political action committee […]

Eagle County considers paid airport parking

By Randy Wyrick EAGLE — You may soon have the option to pay to park at the Eagle County Regional Airport.But you won’t have to, said Greg Phillips, airport manager.The county commissioners are considering Tuesday whether to charge to park close to the terminal — $8 a day or $6 a day, depending on where […]

#VailLive: Cool clouds over Vail

By John LaConte March 13, 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 […]