Theft in Eagle leads to chase in stolen vehicle

By Randy Wyrick EAGLE — A Michigan man drove a truck allegedly stolen in Lakewood to Eagle, where he was arrested after trying to steal things from vehicles in a bank parking lot.Brandon Hill, 22, of Jenison, Michigan, did not rob the Alpine Bank in Eagle, but he did try to steal items from vehicles […]

Theft in Eagle leads to I-70 chase in stolen vehicle

By Randy Wyrick EAGLE — A Michigan man drove a truck stolen in Lakewood to Eagle, where he was arrested trying to steal things from vehicles in a bank parking lot.Brandon Hill, 22, of Jenison, Mich., did not rob the Alpine Bank in Eagle, but did try to steal items from vehicles in the bank […]

Summit County again solicits public insights on Lake Hill project

By Kevin Fixler SUMMIT COUNTY — Work on the blueprint for Summit County’s hallmark workforce-housing project continues, and the primary decision-makers and their design firm are again coming to the community for advice.County officials have called the almost 45-acre Lake Hill property — located northeast of Frisco between Dillon Dam Road and Interstate 70 — […]

Caitlyn Jenner in Aspen: ‘Girls, I’m on the team and I’m not leaving.’

By Andrew Travers ASPEN — When Caitlyn Jenner took a brief walk in downtown Aspen over the weekend, more than 70 people stopped the most famous transgender woman in America for selfies and small talk.Jenner, who closed the Aspen Institute’s Spotlight Health festival Sunday morning in conversation with journalist Buzz Bissinger, said those kinds of […]

State group offers resources for voters

By scott miller EAGLE — Facing what’s sure to be a lengthy state ballot this fall, it would be easy for a voter to just skip over a lot of it. Lots of people do just that — who knows anything about voting to retain judges? The people behind Count Me In Colorado believe it’s […]

Now comes the reckoning

By scott miller Back in January of 2013, Great Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron pledged that, should his Conservative Party win reelection, he’d give voters a “simple choice” about whether or not to stay in the European Union, long a divisive topic. But even with three-and-a-half years to get ready, the world, and even Brits, […]

Sustainability event today

By Edward Stoner VAIL — The Town of Vail will sponsor the second in a series of lunch and learn symposiums at noon Wednesday at the Lionshead Welcome Center. Attendees will enjoy a free lunch while listening to Nicola Ripley, executive director of Betty Ford Alpine Gardens, give a presentation on landscaping with native plants […]

Vail sponsors lunch and learn series

By Edward Stoner VAIL — The Town of Vail will sponsor the second in a series of lunch and learn symposiums at noon Wednesday at the Lionshead Welcome Center. Attendees will enjoy a free lunch while listening to Nicola Ripley, executive director of Betty Ford Alpine Gardens, give a presentation on landscaping with native plants […]

Bravo! Vail announces free events for the summer

By Krista Driscoll VAIL — Bravo! Vail presents several free event series this summer, which aim to make world-class music accessible throughout the Vail Valley. Highlights of the free events include the Free Concert Series, with solo recitals and chamber music performances in intimate settings; a family-friendly event at the Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater; musical […]

VIDEO: Ride Vail’s new alpine coaster

By John LaConte On the Hill is brought to you by The Steadman Clinic and the Steadman Philippon Research Institute. VIDEO: Vail Daily On the Hill correspondent John LaConte takes viewers for a ride on Vail Mountain’s new alpine coaster, the Forest Flyer, at the new Epic Discovery center on top of the Eagle Bahn […]