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Roll Call
Take Five: Jared Polisto the Hill. Q : Are you a skier or a snowboarder? A : I’ve been a skier sinc
Take Five: Jared Polis
Roll Call / Posted an hour ago
to the Hill. Q : Are you a skier or a snowboarder? A : I’ve been a skier since I was four years old. I love skiing up in Vail, Colorado . But, since being elected to Congress I haven’t gotten the chance to ski very much. It’s ironic that I get to... Read more
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Aspen Daily News
City mulls cap as pot shop proliferation continuesa pot proprietor, for example, she said. Competition is also good for consumer
City mulls cap as pot shop proliferation continues
Aspen Daily News / Posted 3 hours ago
a pot proprietor, for example, she said. Competition is also good for consumers, Maytin said. Skadron, though, brought up Vail cannabis entrepreneur Peter Knobel, who is trying to build a massive retail empire. How would a small shop like Funky... Read more
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Glenwood Springs Post Independent
Pet ownership near forests means dangersif he can’t be off the leash here, then where can he be?” said Shump, who manag
Pet ownership near forests means dangers
Glenwood Springs Post Independent / Posted 6 hours ago
if he can’t be off the leash here, then where can he be?” said Shump, who manages an outdoor sporting goods shop near the Vail Ski Resort. Shump has had a succession of pets since then, the latest an 11-year-old chocolate Labrador, and now... Read more
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Vail Daily
2A championship game turns into a coronationThe Vail Mountain School soccer team painted everything at Dick’s Sporting Good
2A championship game turns into a coronation
Vail Daily / Posted 8 hours ago
The Vail Mountain School soccer team painted everything at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in orange on Tuesday with a 7-0 shellacking of Dawson School during the 2A title game as the Gore Rangers repeated as state champions. “It’s the best final game I... Read more
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Vail Daily
The 2A championship game turns into a coronationThe Vail Mountain School soccer team painted everything at Dick’s Sporting Good
The 2A championship game turns into a coronation
Vail Daily / Posted 9 hours ago
The Vail Mountain School soccer team painted everything at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in orange on Tuesday with a 7-0 shellacking of the Dawson School during the 2A title game as the Gore Rangers repeated as state champions. “It’s the best final... Read more
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Vail Daily
Managed summer parking returns to Vail garages, lotsVAIL — Managed parking operations are returning for a new season in Vail and ar
Managed summer parking returns to Vail garages, lots
Vail Daily / Posted 10 hours ago
VAIL — Managed parking operations are returning for a new season in Vail and are being implemented for commencement ceremonies at the Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater in Ford Park, which will continue with Friday’s Vail Mountain School graduation. Parking... Read more
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Vail Daily
Local guiding companies Sage, Nova expanding rolesand fishing operations to Bangert and his company Sage Outdoor Adventures, addi
Local guiding companies Sage, Nova expanding roles
Vail Daily / Posted 10 hours ago
and fishing operations to Bangert and his company Sage Outdoor Adventures, adding fishing to the list of activities available at Sage “We’ve had a thousand inquires for fishing over the last couple of years,” Bangert said. The acquisition... Read more
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Vail Daily
‘Ride in Remembrance’ is Wednesday from Edwards to VailVAIL — Members of the public are invited to join Eagle County emergency respond
‘Ride in Remembrance’ is Wednesday from Edwards to Vail
Vail Daily / Posted 10 hours ago
VAIL — Members of the public are invited to join Eagle County emergency responders May 25 for the 15th annual emergency responder recognition. The activities begin at 9:30 a.m. when participants will gather at Freedom Park in Edwards to line up for a... Read more
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Vail Daily
Eagle County Health Service District boss is retiringretire on Sunday. Morrison began his career in New Mexico in 1979 as a firefig
Eagle County Health Service District boss is retiring
Vail Daily / Posted 10 hours ago
retire on Sunday. Morrison began his career in New Mexico in 1979 as a firefighter and first responder. He moved to the Vail area in 1986 but left briefly to attend Colorado State University, where he received his bachelors in business... Read more
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Vail Daily
The Class of 2016: Profiles of graduating studentsin, and all of the breathtaking adventures they have held. In 10 years you’ll
The Class of 2016: Profiles of graduating students
Vail Daily / Posted 10 hours ago
in, and all of the breathtaking adventures they have held. In 10 years you’ll be: I hope to be back in town working at the Vail Valley Medical Center as a nutritionist. Favorite class you took: AP Art with Ms. Bannon. Favorite school moment from... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Wargaming rolls out again with Ironfestthe historical tanks as they were able to witness a war battle first hand, whic
Wargaming rolls out again with Ironfest
Daily Examiner / Posted 11 hours ago
the historical tanks as they were able to witness a war battle first hand, which added to the event’s authenticity. Todd Vail, president of the Australian Armoured Vehicle Association, said the tanks added further realism to the battle. “We... Read more
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Vail Daily
Local guiding companies expanding rolesand fishing operations to Bangert and his company Sage Outdoor Adventures, addi
Local guiding companies expanding roles
Vail Daily / Posted 11 hours ago
and fishing operations to Bangert and his company Sage Outdoor Adventures, adding fishing to the list of activities available at Sage “We’ve had a thousand inquires for fishing over the last couple of years,” Bangert said. The acquisition... Read more
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Vail Daily
‘Ride in Remembrance’ is WednesdayVAIL — Members of the public are invited to join Eagle County emergency respond
‘Ride in Remembrance’ is Wednesday
Vail Daily / Posted 11 hours ago
VAIL — Members of the public are invited to join Eagle County emergency responders May 25 for the 15th annual emergency responder recognition. The activities begin at 9:30 a.m. when participants will gather at Freedom Park in Edwards to line up for a... Read more
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Northern Star
Wargaming rolls out again with Ironfestthe historical tanks as they were able to witness a war battle first hand, whic
Wargaming rolls out again with Ironfest
Northern Star / Posted 11 hours ago
the historical tanks as they were able to witness a war battle first hand, which added to the event’s authenticity. Todd Vail, president of the Australian Armoured Vehicle Association, said the tanks added further realism to the battle. “We... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Wargaming rolls out again with Ironfestthe historical tanks as they were able to witness a war battle first hand, whic
Wargaming rolls out again with Ironfest
The Daily Mercury / Posted 11 hours ago
the historical tanks as they were able to witness a war battle first hand, which added to the event’s authenticity. Todd Vail, president of the Australian Armoured Vehicle Association, said the tanks added further realism to the battle. “We... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Wargaming rolls out again with Ironfestthe historical tanks as they were able to witness a war battle first hand, whic
Wargaming rolls out again with Ironfest
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 11 hours ago
the historical tanks as they were able to witness a war battle first hand, which added to the event’s authenticity. Todd Vail, president of the Australian Armoured Vehicle Association, said the tanks added further realism to the battle. “We... Read more
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Queensland Times
Wargaming rolls out again with Ironfestthe historical tanks as they were able to witness a war battle first hand, whic
Wargaming rolls out again with Ironfest
Queensland Times / Posted 11 hours ago
the historical tanks as they were able to witness a war battle first hand, which added to the event’s authenticity. Todd Vail, president of the Australian Armoured Vehicle Association, said the tanks added further realism to the battle. “We... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Wargaming rolls out again with Ironfestthe historical tanks as they were able to witness a war battle first hand, whic
Wargaming rolls out again with Ironfest
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 11 hours ago
the historical tanks as they were able to witness a war battle first hand, which added to the event’s authenticity. Todd Vail, president of the Australian Armoured Vehicle Association, said the tanks added further realism to the battle. “We... Read more
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News Mail
Wargaming rolls out again with Ironfestthe historical tanks as they were able to witness a war battle first hand, whic
Wargaming rolls out again with Ironfest
News Mail / Posted 12 hours ago
the historical tanks as they were able to witness a war battle first hand, which added to the event’s authenticity. Todd Vail, president of the Australian Armoured Vehicle Association, said the tanks added further realism to the battle. “We... Read more
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The Aspen Times
Sports Authority closing; Glenwood Meadows owner hopes for new major sports retail tenantlease by the time the local store closes, it would leave Glenwood Springs witho
Sports Authority closing; Glenwood Meadows owner hopes for new major sports retail tenant
The Aspen Times / Posted 13 hours ago
lease by the time the local store closes, it would leave Glenwood Springs without any general sporting goods stores. The Vail Resorts-owned Mountain Sports Outlet on Sixth Street also closed earlier this year, citing uncertainty around the Grand... Read more
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The Aspen Times
| AspenTimes.comlease by the time the local store closes, it would leave Glenwood Springs witho
| AspenTimes.com
The Aspen Times / Posted 14 hours ago
lease by the time the local store closes, it would leave Glenwood Springs without any general sporting goods stores. The Vail Resorts-owned Mountain Sports Outlet on Sixth Street also closed earlier this year, citing uncertainty around the Grand... Read more
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Daily Herald
Memorial Day weekend in suburbs: Parades, tributes and moreor barrington-il.gov. Arlington Heights Sounds of Summer concerts: 7 to 8:30 p
Memorial Day weekend in suburbs: Parades, tributes and more
Daily Herald / Posted 14 hours ago
or barrington-il.gov. Arlington Heights Sounds of Summer concerts: 7 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, June 2, in Harmony Park, Vail and Campbell streets, Arlington Heights. Free; bring chairs and blankets. St. Viator Jazz Band performs. vah.com. St.... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Shawnee County to consider land deal with Stormont VailShawnee County commissioners will consider transferring land to Stormont Vail H
Shawnee County to consider land deal with Stormont Vail
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 15 hours ago
Shawnee County commissioners will consider transferring land to Stormont Vail Health. That item and others are on the agenda when commissioners Kevin Cook, Shelly Buhler and Bob Archer meet at 9 a.m. Thursday in Room B-11 of the Shawnee County... Read more
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Vail Daily
Local chef Kelly Liken to open Harvest By Kelly Liken in Singletree in Junerefined hospitality that Restaurant Kelly Liken was known for, this is my versi
Local chef Kelly Liken to open Harvest By Kelly Liken in Singletree in June
Vail Daily / Posted 15 hours ago
refined hospitality that Restaurant Kelly Liken was known for, this is my version of home cooking, a gathering spot for the Vail community that is affordable and creative without pretense.” With a commitment to working with local farmers, artisans... Read more
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Vail Daily
Blues, Brews & BBQ Festival brings back summer flavor for 13th year in Beaver Creekowner of Batter Cupcakes in Avon. The event offers free admission to Beaver Cr
Blues, Brews & BBQ Festival brings back summer flavor for 13th year in Beaver Creek
Vail Daily / Posted 15 hours ago
owner of Batter Cupcakes in Avon. The event offers free admission to Beaver Creek Plaza, where food and beverage will be available for purchase. Music accompanies the feasting, and this year’s 13th annual festival will include headliners John... Read more
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examiner.com
The 28th Annual Vail International Dance Festivalof the Colorado Rocky Mountains is the perfect backdrop to artistic brilliance,
The 28th Annual Vail International Dance Festival
examiner.com / Posted 19 hours ago
of the Colorado Rocky Mountains is the perfect backdrop to artistic brilliance, and each summer the unique mountain town of Vail plays host to the world’s finest dancers. Now in its twenty-eighth year, the Vail International Dance Festival has... Read more
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examiner.com
Vail International Dance Festival 2016of the Colorado Rocky Mountains is the perfect backdrop to artistic brilliance,
Vail International Dance Festival 2016
examiner.com / Posted 19 hours ago
of the Colorado Rocky Mountains is the perfect backdrop to artistic brilliance, and each summer the unique mountain town of Vail plays host to the world’s finest dancers. Now in its twenty-eighth year, the Vail International Dance Festival has... Read more
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MLive.com
Homeless count falls by double digits in Kent Countyformed a disproportionately higher number of homeless persons with 368 persons
Homeless count falls by double digits in Kent County
MLive.com / Posted 21 hours ago
formed a disproportionately higher number of homeless persons with 368 persons counted, compared to 449 in 2015, Vail said. Although the total numbers of homeless persons was down from 2015, fewer homeless persons were counted in... Read more
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Londonist
Should There Be 'Rules Of The Road' For Pedestrians?Rush hour could become less chaotic if only there were some rules for walking.
Should There Be 'Rules Of The Road' For Pedestrians?
Londonist / Posted yesterday
Rush hour could become less chaotic if only there were some rules for walking. Image taken by Andrea Vail from the Londonist Flickr pool. Let’s face it: drivers, cyclists, pedestrians — there are bad examples in all these categories. The difference... Read more
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Glenwood Springs Post Independent
Sports Authority closing; Glenwood Meadows owner hopes for new major sports retail tenantlease by the time the local store closes, it would leave Glenwood Springs witho
Sports Authority closing; Glenwood Meadows owner hopes for new major sports retail tenant
Glenwood Springs Post Independent / Posted yesterday
lease by the time the local store closes, it would leave Glenwood Springs without any general sporting goods stores. The Vail Resorts-owned Mountain Sports Outlet on Sixth Street also closed earlier this year, citing uncertainty around the Grand... Read more
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Reading Evening Post
Reading Pool and Snooker Club to become a churchA report sent to the council by agents Vail Williams said the snooker hall in t
Reading Pool and Snooker Club to become a church
Reading Evening Post / Posted yesterday
A report sent to the council by agents Vail Williams said the snooker hall in the heart of an industrial estate “has become economically unviable in its current use”. The plan does not include any demolition or extension of the building. Internal... Read more
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Vail Daily
Markets in Vail Valley becoming more festiveevolved over the years. Cregon used to run Mango’s restaurant in Red Cliff and
Markets in Vail Valley becoming more festive
Vail Daily / Posted yesterday
evolved over the years. Cregon used to run Mango’s restaurant in Red Cliff and was one of the first food vendors at the Vail Farmers’ Market. He’s spent a lot of time at various markets over more than a decade. “The markets got diluted,” Cregon... Read more
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Vail Daily
Markets becoming more festive, vendors saidevolved over the years. Cregon used to run Mango’s restaurant in Red Cliff, an
Markets becoming more festive, vendors said
Vail Daily / Posted yesterday
evolved over the years. Cregon used to run Mango’s restaurant in Red Cliff, and was one of the first food vendors at the Vail Farmers’ Market. He’s spent a lot of time at various markets over more than a decade. “The markets got diluted,” Cregon... Read more
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Vail Daily
High school racers gear up for GoPro’s first-ever enduronothing like being in that zone for five to 10 minutes.” It’s a sentiment shar
High school racers gear up for GoPro’s first-ever enduro
Vail Daily / Posted yesterday
nothing like being in that zone for five to 10 minutes.” It’s a sentiment shared by a handful of other young racers in the Vail Valley, and over the past year, several high school racers have been traveling together around Colorado and the... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
Crimestoppers: Top 25 Most WantedCard Fraud. Known as Big Country, Lee's last known address was Box Springs Geor
Crimestoppers: Top 25 Most Wanted
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted yesterday
Card Fraud. Known as Big Country, Lee's last known address was Box Springs Georgia, which is near Columbus. Craig Vail -- Aggravated Child Molestation, Aggravated Sodomy. Sylvester Police say Vail is known to frequent Colquitt, Dougherty,... Read more
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Vail Daily
It Takes a Valley childbirth series: Preparing for a baby, then and nownote: This is the first part of a three-part series about the evolution of chil
It Takes a Valley childbirth series: Preparing for a baby, then and now
Vail Daily / Posted yesterday
note: This is the first part of a three-part series about the evolution of childbirth and related resources in the Vail Valley. The Vail Valley is a changing place. From its founding, the area has been home to rapid expansion in the form... Read more
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Aspen Daily News
Business News in Briefto operate from its Rio Grande Place office in Aspen. It is also serves clients
Business News in Brief
Aspen Daily News / Posted 2 days ago
to operate from its Rio Grande Place office in Aspen. It is also serves clients in the Denver, Jackson, Palm Beach and Vail markets. With an extensive background in bike racing, Erik Skarvan founded the business in May of ‘96 as the area’s... Read more
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Denver Post
West of Denver, I-70 closes every 2.4 daysRippy was stopped is in the bull's-eye — I-70 was closed 280 times in one direc
West of Denver, I-70 closes every 2.4 days
Denver Post / Posted 2 days ago
Rippy was stopped is in the bull's-eye — I-70 was closed 280 times in one direction or the other between Vail and the Eisenhower Tunnel from Jan. 1, 2012, through the end of 2015. During the four years, that was 47 percent of the... Read more
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Glenwood Springs Post Independent
Habitat dedicates 6 homes in Gypsumto celebrate the dedication of their new homes Saturday in the Stratton Flats n
Habitat dedicates 6 homes in Gypsum
Glenwood Springs Post Independent / Posted 2 days ago
to celebrate the dedication of their new homes Saturday in the Stratton Flats neighborhood. The Habitat for Humanity Vail Valley homeowner families contributed hundreds of hours of sweat equity to the project over the last year, working on... Read more
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The Aspen Times
Business briefsaudience, the public will learn about a coordinated-care approach to breast can
Business briefs
The Aspen Times / Posted 2 days ago
audience, the public will learn about a coordinated-care approach to breast cancer and discover leading-edge treatments available at Aspen Valley Hospital and in the Roaring Fork Valley. While breast cancer affects 1 in 8 women in the U.S., new... Read more
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Summit Daily News
Summit High recognizes top-5 scholars as graduation nearsteam as one of its top performers in the spring. She forewent running again the
Summit High recognizes top-5 scholars as graduation nears
Summit Daily News / Posted 2 days ago
team as one of its top performers in the spring. She forewent running again the fall of her senior year for club soccer in Vail and once again helped lead the Tigers as a midfielder on the pitch during her senior season. “Soccer,” said Sullivan,... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Numerous organizations participate in community baby shower for expectant motherstopics throughout Sunday afternoon at the YWCA, 225 S.W. 12th. Danielle Twemlo
Numerous organizations participate in community baby shower for expectant mothers
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 2 days ago
topics throughout Sunday afternoon at the YWCA, 225 S.W. 12th. Danielle Twemlow, a birthplace educator for Stormont Vail, discussed the advantages of breastfeeding. She said breastfeeding is linked to less incidents of SIDS. It also... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Out and About in Dubbo - May 23and Ruby Kwong. Ian McAlister, Kathryn McAlister, Rolfe Marr, Cushla Flynn, Ja
Out and About in Dubbo - May 23
Daily Liberal / Posted 2 days ago
and Ruby Kwong. Ian McAlister, Kathryn McAlister, Rolfe Marr, Cushla Flynn, Jayne Bleachmore and Grace Toomey. Anne Vail, Rawena Spink, Tim Vail, Mark Horton and Gargi Ganguly. Frank Cant, elen Cant, Robin Englert and David Englert. Julie... Read more
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Vail Daily
Local Habitat for Humanity continues workto celebrate the dedication of their new homes Saturday in the Stratton Flats n
Local Habitat for Humanity continues work
Vail Daily / Posted 2 days ago
to celebrate the dedication of their new homes Saturday in the Stratton Flats neighborhood. The Habitat for Humanity Vail Valley homeowner families contributed hundreds of hours of sweat equity to the project over the last year, working on... Read more
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Vail Daily
Habitat dedicates six new homes in Gypsumto celebrate the dedication of their new homes Saturday in the Stratton Flats n
Habitat dedicates six new homes in Gypsum
Vail Daily / Posted 2 days ago
to celebrate the dedication of their new homes Saturday in the Stratton Flats neighborhood. The Habitat for Humanity Vail Valley homeowner families contributed hundreds of hours of sweat equity to the project over the last year, working on... Read more
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Summit Daily News
Snow, fire, rocks — I-70 closes every 2.4 days west of DenverRippy was stopped is in the bull’s-eye — I-70 was closed 280 times in one direc
Snow, fire, rocks — I-70 closes every 2.4 days west of Denver
Summit Daily News / Posted 2 days ago
Rippy was stopped is in the bull’s-eye — I-70 was closed 280 times in one direction or the other between Vail and the Eisenhower-Johnson Tunnel from Jan. 1, 2012, through the end of 2015. During the four years, that was 47 percent... Read more
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Vail Daily
Summer in Colorado: Cultural, culinary and adventure opportunities collideepicurean delights. Two September weekends offer wine and gourmet food in Summi
Summer in Colorado: Cultural, culinary and adventure opportunities collide
Vail Daily / Posted 2 days ago
epicurean delights. Two September weekends offer wine and gourmet food in Summit and Eagle counties — Gourmet on Gore in Vail from Friday, Sept. 2, through Monday, Sept. 5 (www.gourmetongore.com), and the new Breckenridge Wine Classic, Thursday,... Read more
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Vail Daily
Battle Mountain senior class takes a bowVAIL — Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater was filled with promise as graduating Battle
Battle Mountain senior class takes a bow
Vail Daily / Posted 2 days ago
VAIL — Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater was filled with promise as graduating Battle Mountain High School seniors walked across the stage Saturday afternoon during the school’s 56th commencement ceremony. “Graduation is a time to reflect on yesterday,... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Justice Summerset earns gold at track and field state championships after years of finishing shortstarted competing in track and field in the sixth grade because track was the o
Justice Summerset earns gold at track and field state championships after years of finishing short
The Arizona Republic / Posted 3 days ago
started competing in track and field in the sixth grade because track was the only sport offered for students at Old Vail Middle School. But when his friends introduced him to high jump, he enjoyed the event. The first time he jumped, he... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Grand Junction Off-Road results, May 21, 2016Salt Lake City, 3:52.48; 13. Alex Shumaker, Prescott, AZ, 3:54.00; 14. Dana Van
Grand Junction Off-Road results, May 21, 2016
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 3 days ago
Salt Lake City, 3:52.48; 13. Alex Shumaker, Prescott, AZ, 3:54.00; 14. Dana VanVoorhees, Fruita, 3:57.02; 15. Beth Bush, Vail, 3:59.05; 16. Sarah Allen, Grand Junction, 4:00.15; 17. Andrea Hart, Broomfield, 4:09.17; 18. Brigit Morris, Grand... Read more
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