Eagle Valley basketball split at Glenwood Springs on Saturday

By Chris Freud GLENWOOD SPRINGS — The Demons were finally exorcised.Eagle Valley High School girls basketball went into Glenwood Springs and defeated the Demons, 48-34, on Saturday afternoon. That hasn’t happened often, people.“I think that brings my record to 2-13 while I’ve been the coach,” said Sam Bartlett, who has a memory like an elephant.The […]

Devils split at Glenwood Springs

By Chris Freud GLENWOOD SPRINGS — The Demons were finally exorcised.Eagle Valley girls basketball went into Glenwood Springs and defeated the Demons, 48-34, on Saturday afternoon. That hasn’t happened often, people.“I think that brings my record to 2-13 while I’ve been the coach,” said Sam Bartlett, who has a memory like an elephant.The last time […]

Eagle Valley, Battle Mountain wrestlers compete at Eagle Valley Invitational

By Chris Freud GYPSUM — The Eagle Valley Invitational welcomed nearly 20 high schools to Gypsum on Saturday, and the Devils finished the home meet in fourth place, while Battle Mountain finished seventh.Eagle Valley finished with two wrestlers winning their weight classes, and two freshmen worked their way onto the podium with third-place finishes.The Devils’ […]

Vail Christian hoops takes two from Hayden

By Chris Freud EDWARDS — And that shot will get longer with every telling.“Remember when Bryan Trujillo hit that shot from the other team’s baseline?”“Remember when Bryan made that shot from the other side of Highway 6?”“Remember when Bryan made that shot from the other side of Highway 6 … to win the state championship […]

Vail travel feature: Glenwood Springs celebrates new openings and historic anniversaries

By Kim Fuller GLENWOOD SPRINGS — Ski season is here, which also means hot-tub time in the mountains is on the rise. Glenwood Springs is an easy escape for a good soak and a memorable overnight stay. SOAK Glenwood has always been known as the home of the world’s largest hot springs pool, but now […]

January is Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month; improve your skiing and riding skills with a lesson

By Krista Driscoll Every winter, your buddies plan a ski and snowboard trip, and each year, you are a no-go. January is Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month, and it’s about time you discover what the fuss is all about. Imagine floating on pure powder with bluebird skies above and sun-kissed afternoons as you glide […]

Ski Mountaineering racing takes skiers up and down the mountain

By Edward Stoner The following is part of a series of articles compiled by the Colorado Ski & Snowboard Museum and Hall of Fame that will take a closer look at the sport of alpine ski touring. The museum is located atop the Vail Village Parking Structure and features a treasure trove of ski history […]

Vonn wins downhill to match all-time record of 36 wins

By By ERIC WILLEMSEN Associated Pr ALTENMARKT-ZAUCHENSEE, Austria — Watched by Annemarie Moser-Proell, whose many World Cup records she has been breaking one by one, Lindsey Vonn joined the Austrian great as the world’s best female downhill skier on Saturday. With her 36th victory in the discipline, the American matched the record set by Moser-Proell […]

Eagle Town Board petitions now available, due Jan. 25

By Pam Boyd EAGLE — It promises to be a lively municipal election season in Eagle this spring, and candidate petitions are now available for residents interested in running for a seat on the Eagle Town Board.There will be five openings on the seven-member board this spring — the mayor’s seat and four town board […]

Nappy Roots bring Southern hip-hop to Agave in Avon on Saturday, Jan. 9

By Krista Driscoll There are challenges and rewards that arise from severing ties with a major record label, but after a decade of independence, the Nappy Roots have managed to navigate the sometimes-turbulent waters of the music industry and stay afloat.They’re celebrating the milestone with a new album, “The 40 Akerz Project,” fourth in a […]