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Construction resumes at site after remains found

By Edward Stoner EAGLE COUNTY — Construction has resumed Monday at the Lionshead Inn redevelopment site at 705 W. Lionshead Circle after a search of the site, led by the Eagle County Coroner’s Office, yielded no additional human remains. The investigation continues. Construction was suspended on Thursday following the discovery of a human s

Plane crash at Loveland Ski Area kills 3 people

By Edward Stoner CLEAR CREEK COUNTY — Investigators with the National Transportation Safety Board said Monday afternoon they found another body at the Loveland Ski Area plane crash site, upping the number of fatalities to three. Capt. Randy Long, of the Clear Creek County Sheriff’s Office, made the announcement at about 2:30 p.m. Monday fro

Vail Daily column: An insight to intermittent fasting

By Edward Stoner “When a wild predator such as a lion hunts and eats its kill, it eats in safety and only to the point of satiety. Then it leaves, and the surviving prey know that the lion is no longer a threat, at least for the time being, simply because lions don’t hunt when […]

Photo: Fire in Gypsum

By ANTHONY THORNTON A charred tree and bushes remain as firefighters work to quell a tree fire in the heart of Gypsum on Sunday afternoon. While no one was injured in the blaze, officials are still investigating the cause of the fire. … Source: Vail Daily Feed     

On the Hill: Horseback riding and yoga at Beaver Creek

By John LaConte On the Hill Summer, brought to you by The Steadman Clinic and the Steadman Philippon Research Institute, brings you a video report about a different High Country adventure every weekday. Today’s activity: Horsing around on the way to mountaintop yoga [iframe src=”″ width=”

Fourth of July week: ‘It’s like Christmas’

By scott miller EAGLE COUNTY — We all talk about the Christmas through New Year’s holiday period, Presidents Day weekend, spring break and Easter — all high points on the ski season calendar — as peak times in the Vail Valley. But summer has one of those “full-up” holidays, and it’s the Fourth of July. […]

River series: The toll of drought

By Randy Wyrick Editor’s note: This is the third of a three-part series on the future of water in the West and the Colorado River. It’s from the State of the River meeting, presented by the Eagle River Water & Sanitation District. Wendy Ryan stood in front of a room packed with water professionals and […]

The Vail Summer Bluegrass Series debuts Wednesday with a lineup of old pros and burgeoning talent

By caramie schnell For an afternoon of sultry bluegrass, few venues are better than a wide, sun-drenched patio in the Colorado mountains. Just ask native grass god Drew Emmitt. As the founding mandolin player for Boulder jam legends Leftover Salmon, Emmitt has the chops to weigh in on summer sonic debates. It comes with the […]

Town of Avon swears in new councilman

By John LaConte AVON — For Matt Gennett, now is a perfect time to join the town council. The Wildridge resident and former town planner is now an official member of Avon’s government after Judge Buck Allen swore him in on Tuesday. Gennett, who is now a planner for the town of Silverthorne, ran for […]

PR specialists introduce real estate-focused firm

By Melanie Wong EDWARDS — For public relations specialists Patricia Peeples and Jens Werner, the big realization came while working on The Ascent, a luxury development at the base of Beaver Creek. The development had been a victim of the economic crash, and the brand new residences sat vacant for a few years until a […]