Huskies rally past Thompson Valley, 9-7

By Chris Freud EDWARDS — The song “Shout” simply must be played after a Battle Mountain boys lacrosse win. It’s a rule, people. The buzzer went off after the Huskies’ 9-7 win over Thompson Valley on Wednesday and the gents simply would not leave the field until someone scrambled to the press box and played […]

#VailLive: Social media from Vail, Beaver Creek mountains

By John LaConte April 8, 2015 — Use #VailLive and #BCLive on Twitter or Instagram to send in your text, photo or video updates on weather, conditions and more from Vail and Beaver Creek mountains and see them published here on our live blog as well as tomorrow in the Vail Daily newspaper. … Source:: […]

On the Hill: Clouds rolling in over Vail

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 reporter John LaConte reports from the front side of Vail Mountain where cloudy, windy weather has created quite a change in conditions from what we’ve been seeing over the last few […]

Grand jury indicts Breckenridge man on attempted first-degree murder charge

By Elise Reuter Breckenridge resident Sky Johann Wodraska was indicted by a grand jury on sixteen charges, including “attempted first-degree murder after deliberation,” on Wednesday April 1. The charges stemmed from a March 7 incident, involving a break-in in unincorporated Summit County and the brutal assault of three young girls.The full list of charges includes […]

Vail Daily column: A tale of two businesses

By Edward Stoner No doubt there is some heavy duty competition taking place these days. Many businesses are fighting for a little bigger piece of the pie each and every day. And this holds true for the single entrepreneur, the small and medium size business, and the large enterprise organizations. We see the competition play […]

First Descents returns to Vail with nonprofit’s first skiing trip

By Melanie Wong VAIL — When Edwards resident Alix Berglund first heard about First Descents while undergoing cancer treatment at the Shaw Cancer Center in 2007, she didn’t see herself as a candidate for the nonprofit’s work. Instead, she promptly signed up as a volunteer.A fellow cancer patient who was involved with First Descents told […]

Ten tips for Taste of Vail

By caramie schnell VAIL — With the 25th anniversary of Taste of Vail in full force, food and wine enthusiasts take to the streets of Vail Village for world-class sips and nibbles. For first time attendees, there are a number of tips that board members, locals and longtime festival goers have learned over the years […]

Traci Cunningham murder trial postponed, moved

By Randy Wyrick EAGLE — Another murder trial has been postponed and moved out of Eagle County because of problems seating a jury.Traci Cunningham’s murder trial was supposed to run three weeks beginning Monday. She’s charged with murder in the shooting death of her adoptive mother.However, problems seating a jury of 14 — 12 jurors […]

Photos: Lindsey Vonn watching Tiger Woods at the Masters

By Edward Stoner AUGUSTA, Ga. — Vail’s Lindsey Vonn is in Augusta this week watching her boyfriend, Tiger Woods, compete in the tournament. She has been accompanied on the course by Tigers kids, Sam and Charlie. The tournament begins Thursday. … Source:: Vail Daily Feed