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LG Tri returns to Eagle on July 12

By Edward Stoner EAGLE — Laura Genelin passed away in 2008 from colon cancer and every year her friends and family gather to remember her in the most unique way. Join them this year for the sixth annual LG Tri in Eagle to remember Genelin. “Time has flown by,” said Robye Nothnagel, organizer and founder […]

Vail Valley families give thanks to Habitat

By Randy Wyrick GYPSUM — Habitat for Humanity dedicated five more homes Sunday with a prayer that God make homes of those houses. The prayer has already been answered. These five new homes bring the number of homes and families for the local Habitat affiliate to 50 — 48 new homes and two rehabs — […]

Woman accused of murder pleads not guilty

By Randy Wyrick EAGLE — An Aurora woman accused of driving her mother to a remote part of Eagle County, killing her and leaving the body lying in the middle of a gravel road has pleaded not guilty. Traci Cunningham, 28, pleaded not guilty to first degree murder charges. If convicted, she’ll spend the rest […]

British invasion lives on in Beaver Creek

By Andrew Travers Fifty years after the British invasion changed pop music, one of the movement’s most prominent groups, Herman’s Hermits, comes to the Vilar Performing Arts Center in Beaver Creek Tuesday. Frontman Peter Noone was 15 years old when he began performing as “Herman,” singing the enduring mid-60s hits “I’m Into

Acoustic yoga returns to the Vail Vitality Center

By caramie schnell VAIL — Bringing music to the practice of yoga encourages expression and movement while brightening the experience. On Wednesday, from 6 to 8 p.m., Vail Vitality Center yoga director Julia Clarke leads a fluid two-hour vinyasa yoga flow accompanied by international musician Kevin Paris. Clarke says the class will be a meditative

Vail Veterans Program alumni Kyle Carpenter awarded Medal of Honor

By Randy Wyrick VAIL — A Vail Veterans Program alumni has ascended mountains and now has ascended to the nation’s highest military honor. Kyle Carpenter was awarded the Medal of Honor for heroism in Afghanistan. “I know that whatever comes, really I just want to use (my Medal of Honor) to make a positive impact […]

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The mission of the Vail Chamber & Business Association is to responsibly and professionally advocate for economic development and communication capacity for the Vail merchant community that will foster collaborative and solid relationships and revenue development opportunities for its membership. Board of Directors: Mike Dunlap – President Op

Eagle County senior community calendar

By Edward Stoner Upcoming events Wednesday: Free lunch at the Maloit Park Senior Wellness Center, 11:30 a.m. Call 970-328-8831 to make a reservation. Thursday: Strong People weight training class, Golden Eagle Senior Center, 11 a.m. $2 per class. Friday: Fourth of July barbecue and potluck, Golden Eagle Senior Center, 12 p.m. Call 970-328-8896 to s

Vail Daily column: Planning health care for those over 40

By Edward Stoner On July 31, we will host the Preventative and Planning Symposium. The intent of this event is to educate those who may have the onset of a medical issue that could possibly be addressed now to defer imminent consequences. This event addresses more than elderly issues. Areas covered include education and planning […]