VMS soccer tops Vail Christian

By Chris Freud EDWARDS — Vail Mountain School soccer earned a season sweep of its local rivals, knocking off Vail Christian, 3-1, on Thursday at Freedom Park in Edwards.Tess Johnson scored all three goals and this time, we really mean it. Johnson allegedly had two goals against Coal Ridge, but one of those should have […]

Huskies try to make case with win vs. Ralston

By Chris Freud EDWARDS — It’s getting harder and harder for the world of Colorado high school girls lacrosse to ignore the Mountain Conference, and, more particularly, that silly little Battle Mountain team.Those silly little Huskies ladies, in the eyes of the Front Range, just beat Ralston Valley, 13-12, on Thursday afternoon in Edwards. The […]

Huskies try to make their case with win vs. Ralston

By Chris Freud EDWARDS — It’s getting harder and harder for the world of Colorado high school girls lacrosse to ignore the Mountain Conference, and, more particularly, that silly little Battle Mountain team.Those silly little Huskies ladies, in the eyes of the Front Range, just beat Ralston Valley, 13-12, on Thursday afternoon in Edwards. The […]

McCoy man killed in hit-and-run

By John LaConte WOLCOTT — A McCoy man was killed in a predawn hit and run, and police are looking for the driver of the vehicle that they believe hit him. Thomas Landauer, 76, died around 4 a.m. Thursday when he was struck by an unknown vehicle that left the area, said Josh Lewis, Colorado […]

McCoy man killed in hit-and-run Thursday

By Randy Wyrick WOLCOTT — A McCoy man was killed in a pre-dawn hit-and-run, and police are looking for the driver of the vehicle that they believe hit him.Thomas Landauer, 76, died around 4 a.m. Thursday when he was struck by an unknown vehicle that left the area, said Josh Lewis, Colorado State Patrol public […]

McCoy man killed in hit-and-run

By Randy Wyrick WOLCOTT — A McCoy man was killed in a predawn hit and run, and police are looking for the driver of the vehicle that they believe hit him.Thomas Landauer, 76, died around 4 a.m. Thursday when he was struck by an unknown vehicle that left the area, said Josh Lewis, Colorado State […]

Guilty plea to vehicular homicide gets local man seven years

By Randy Wyrick EAGLE — By all accounts, Anthony Chase is a delightful guy.Still, on the afternoon of July 23, 2015, Chase was legally drunk when he drove a 58,000 concrete pumper truck across the Highway 6 centerline near Wolcott, and head-on into Sergio Armando Ordonez Morales’ minivan.“Who will survive? The vehicle with the most […]

Finalist John Schneiger nabs Eagle manager job

By Pam Boyd EAGLE — It took about an hour and a half of additional executive session conversation, but members of the Eagle Town Board emerged from a closed door session Wednesday and unanimously voted to hire John Schneiger — the top candidate identified through a town manager search conducted by the previous town board.Schneiger […]

Switching gear into spring: Preparation for summer underway

By Ross Leonhart VAIL — With the local ski areas closed and many residents fleeing for warmer weather, employees of the town of Vail and Vail Recreation District aren’t having the same shoulder season experience.“A lot of people don’t realize the behind the scenes things that go on,” said Susie Hervert, of the Vail Public […]

Free Comic Book Day returns Saturday to Eagle Valley Music and Comics

By Randy Wyrick You remember how you gleefully ignored your high school English teacher as she droned on about “Great Expectations”?And how you read comic books instead of Charles Dickens’ work, because the expectations in “Great Expectations” aren’t that great?And how she took away your comic books as your shrieked that in 183,349 words, Dickens’ […]