Devils late surge leads to 1st win of season

By Chris Freud GYPSUM — The defense, a punt, a rollout and some extra effort delivered Eagle Valley a huge 21-7 win over Lutheran on Friday night at John Ramunno Field in Gypsum.After two gut-wrenching losses in the last three weeks, the Devils (1-2) are finally in the win column.It’s great to be playing a […]

Regional summer lodging nears fifth occupancy, revenue record

By scott miller DENVER — Occupancy and revenue for western destination mountain lodging properties continues to go from strength to strength for the summer of 2016 according to the most recent data released by the Denver-based DestiMetrics in its monthly Mountain Market Briefing. The summary includes hundreds of participating lodging properties at dozens of resorts […]

Rittenhouse river access coming soon

By Pam Boyd GYPSUM — To the dismay of downvalley anglers, the Eagle River access at the Rittenhouse property in Gypsum has been barricaded for weeks. But the town of Gypsum hopes to reopen the access through a license agreement with the property owner.“It was a pretty good hit to our economy, especially with the […]

Vail Town Council ponders creating a drone ordinance

By scott miller VAIL — The Vail Town Council will review the first reading of an ordinance that would regulate the recreational use of unmanned aircraft systems, or more commonly called drones, within the town at its regular evening session on Tuesday. The discussion of Ordinance No. 21 is listed as action item 4.1 on […]

Vail council to consider drone ordinance

By scott miller VAIL — The Vail Town Council will review the first reading of an ordinance that would regulate the recreational use of unmanned aircraft systems, or more commonly called drones, within the town at its regular evening session on Sept. 20. The discussion of Ordinance No. 21 is listed as action item 4.1 […]

Regional summer lodging nears fifth record

By scott miller DENVER — Occupancy and revenue for western destination mountain lodging properties continues to go from strength to strength for the summer of 2016 according to the most recent data released by the Denver-based DestiMetrics in its monthly Mountain Market Briefing. The summary includes hundreds of participating lodging properties at dozens of resorts […]

Honoring those who serve

By Randy Wyrick VAIL — Most of the time we see our public safety people and we’re glad they’re there. Once a year, though, local Rotary Clubs shine the spotlight on those who walk in harm’s way so the rest of us won’t have to, said Steve Hatley, president of the Vail Rotary Club.Rotarians in […]

Gypsum works to reopen Rittenhouse river access

By Pam Boyd GYPSUM — To the dismay of downvalley anglers, the Eagle River access at the Rittenhouse property in Gypsum has been barricaded for weeks. But the town of Gypsum hopes to reopen the access through a license agreement with the property owner.“It was a pretty good hit to our economy, especially with the […]