Rever fuels motorcycling passion

By scott miller EAGLE — Motorcyclists are always looking for their next great ride. A new social network aims to help riders do just that.Mark Roebke and Justin Bradshaw are the partners behind Rever (pronounced “revver”), a new web platform that encourages users to share and discover favorite rides, join groups and take challenges. The […]

Keith Brown, original Vail partner, dies

By Randy Wyrick Editor’s note: The quotes from Keith Brown were drawn from Vail Daily stories Brown part of over the years.VAIL — Keith Brown was among the greatest of The Greatest Generation: diplomat, entrepreneur, World War II veteran, scholar. He even wrote a small book about his big life, “A Conversation with Ambassador Keith […]

Keith Brown, original Vail partner, dies at 91

By Randy Wyrick Editor’s note: The quotes from Keith Brown were drawn from Vail Daily stories Brown part of over the years.VAIL — Keith Brown was among the greatest of The Greatest Generation: diplomat, entrepreneur, World War II veteran, scholar. He even wrote a small book about his big life, “A Conversation with Ambassador Keith […]

Vail pioneer Brown diesKeith Brown, original partner in Vail, dies at 91

By Randy Wyrick EDITOR’S NOTE: The quotes from Keith Brown were drawn from Vail Daily stories Brown was kind enough to be part of over the years.VAIL — Keith Brown was among the greatest of The Greatest Generation: diplomat, entrepreneur, World War II veteran, scholar. He even wrote a small book about his big life, […]

Gypsum hires Jeremy Rietmann as economic development director

By Pam Boyd GYPSUM — To shepherd its new economic development push, the town of Gypsum has hired someone who knows a thing or two about this valley’s financial assets and drawbacks. Jeremy Rietmann, business development director for the Vail Valley Partnership for the past five years, has been hired as Gypsum’s new economic development […]

How to handle senior hoarding and self-neglect

By scott miller Do you have an elderly parent or relative whose living conditions seem to be deteriorating? Are you met with mountains of clutter when you enter their living space? Does your loved one seem to be neglecting their own well-being? If so, your loved one may be suffering from Diogenes syndrome, also known […]

Handling senior hoarding, self-neglect

By scott miller Do you have an elderly parent or relative whose living conditions seem to be deteriorating? Are you met with mountains of clutter when you enter their living space? Does your loved one seem to be neglecting their own well-being? If so, your loved one may be suffering from Diogenes syndrome, also known […]

Gypsum hires economic development director

By Pam Boyd GYPSUM — To shepherd its new economic development push, the town of Gypsum has hired someone who knows a thing or two about this valley’s financial assets and drawbacks. Jeremy Rietmann, business development director for the Vail Valley Partnership for the past five years, has been hired as Gypsum’s new economic development […]

U.S. Economic growth remains worrying

By scott miller A strong month for stocks closed with a soft week as investors weighed the Federal Reserve’s latest decision to stand pat. Last week also brought mixed earnings reports and some downright disappointing news about United States economic growth. Overall, in a month when the Brexit might have sent stocks plummeting, the Dow […]

Photo: Dorrance Dance brings tap dancing to Vail International Dance Festival

By Krista Driscoll Artistic director and tap dance ambassador Michelle Dorrance and her company present an evening of tap dance, live music, original choreography and sonic creation on Tuesday, Aug. 2, at the Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater in Vail. Dorrance Dance aims to honor tap dance’s history in a new and dynamically compelling context, not […]