Greg Daly named police chief in Avon

By John LaConte AVON — Greg Daly has been promoted to chief of police, the town announced Friday. Daly has been with Avon for eight years, and previously served as deputy chief and interim chief of police. Daly said he was honored with the privilege of serving as the next chief of police.“I am proud […]

Will 2016 Vail Valley real estate match 2015 numbers?

By scott miller EAGLE COUNTY — About a year ago, real estate brokers across the valley were talking about having a remarkable sales month in June. The sixth month of 2016 shows just how remarkable that month was.According to the most recent figures from Land Title Guarantee Company, June transactions in 2015 and 2016 were […]

Will 2016 real estate match 2015 numbers?

By scott miller EAGLE COUNTY — About a year ago, real estate brokers across the valley were talking about having a remarkable sales month in June. The sixth month of 2016 shows just how remarkable that month was.According to the most recent figures from Land Title Guarantee Company, June transactions in 2015 and 2016 were […]

Camp Hale preservation part of effort to protect more public lands

By Kaeli Subberwal As the posse of hikers gathered by the sunny trailhead, the early morning stillness was shattered by a harsh, thrumming whine, and a young boy on a dirt bike sped by in a puff of dust, leaving the group coughing in a cloud of foul-smelling diesel smoke. “That,” said Susie Kincade, “is […]

Dispatcher helps deliver baby on I-70 near Dotsero

By scott miller VAIL — Vail Public Safety Communications Supervisor Tina Mojzer Friday morning took a call from a man whose wife was in labor. The couple was attempting to drive to Valley View Hospital in Glenwood Springs when it became apparent that the baby was arriving more quickly than planned, and they pulled over […]

Government Tracker: State Rep. Diane Mitsch Bush visits Minturn Town Council

By Ross Leonhart Board: Minturn Town Council, evening meeting, Wednesday.Present: Terry Armistead, Sidney Harrington, Harvey Craig, Sage Pierson, John Widerman, Earle Bidez and Mayor Matt Scherr.Issue: State representative Diane Mitsch Bush gives legislative wrap-up.What they talked about: With the legislative session ending in May, Mitsch Bush is making the rounds to governments in the district […]

Results from Boneyard Brawl race on Wednesday

By Edward Stoner Women’s Expert 35 and younger1 Anna Martin 1:12:532 Ayse Manguoglu 1:18:513 Nicole Martin 1:21:524 Kari Bangtson 1:41:13Men’s Expert 35 and younger 1 Sam Brown 1:29:042 Wyatt Moehring 1:29:483 Jacob Bangtson 1:31:044 Calvin Trudeau 1:33:135 Kyle Wilcox 1:34:186 Michael Sherven 1:34:557 Dan Findley 1:38:098 Grant Gipson 1:51:47Women’s Expert 35-44 1 Dawn Vogeler 1:11:082 […]

Results from Wednesday’s Boneyard Brawl mountain-bike race

By Edward Stoner Beginner Women 1 Izzy Sargent 50:472 Jennifer Weintraub 53:113 Nancy Mires 53:174 Bayli McSpadden 53:225 Natia Luck 1:01:006 Angela Osborne 1:01:577 Katie Houchin 1:07:468 Emily Mires 1:14:28Beginner Men 1 Eli Smith 39:492 Andrew Rogers 40:243 David Sanders-Kulesza 41:214 Aiden Duffy 41:385 Liam Clevenger 42:076 Chris Gleeson 45:027 Bryan Reveles 45:548 Miles Henson […]

Beaver Creek Art Festival draws a wide range of artists to the Vail Valley, Aug. 6-7

By Krista Driscoll BEAVER CREEK — Jennifer Buchanan, of Keystone, and Lisa Bernal, of Denver, met while both were working at a mental health clinic in Denver. Each had been designing jewelry as a hobby — Buchanan in leather and stone and Bernal in metal — so they combined the elements and began creating pieces […]

VIDEO: Astroturf throwback at Vail

By John LaConte On the Hill is brought to you by The Steadman Clinic and the Steadman Philippon Research Institute. VIDEO: In a flashback episode to 2015, Vail Daily On the Hill correspondent John LaConte reports from Adventure Ridge at the top of the Lionshead gondola and shows viewers the new Astroturf summer mountain tubing. […]