Eagle County Law Enforcement Seeks Local Support for Annual 'Shop with a Cop' Event
Eagle County law enforcement agencies are requesting financial contributions for the 21st Annual Shop with a Cop event on December 5, 2023. This event is a joint effort by the Vail, Eagle, and Avon police departments and the Eagle County Sheriff’s Office. It aims to offer financial help and positive experiences to selected children and their families in Eagle County during the holidays.
How can Eagle County save its declining elk population?
Earlier this month, the Vail Daily reported that, while elk may seem to be doing better, there is still significant cause for concern about the future of Eagle County’s elk population. In 1995, the elk population in the Colorado Parks and Wildlife data analysis unit that includes Eagle County...
PHOTOS: Last Chance Pizza is Kremmling’s newest restaurant
Last Chance Pizza's owner Nick Baker tosses pizza dough. The pizza spot is Kremmling's newest restaurant and serves up delicious slices with fresh ingredients. Meg Soyars Van Hauen/Sky-Hi News.
Eagle County demand remains for workforce housing, but funds are starting to run low
Eagle County netted $50 million for workforce housing when it sold the Lake Creek Village apartments in late 2021. That big head start is quickly dwindling. At a Monday budget update to the Eagle County Board of Commissioners, Chief Financial Officer Jill Klosterman went over the spending plans for 2024 and 2025.
Kremmling, Colorado: A Timeless Fusion of Frontier History and Adventure
Nestled in the grandeur of Grand County, Colorado, the historic town square of Kremmling stands as a beautiful vestige of the American frontier. Established in 1881 and incorporated in 1904, this charming locale invites visitors to walk through history, with its enduring buildings and the enchanting echoes of a bygone era. The town square, a vibrant nucleus of community and tradition, boasts structures dating back to the early 1900s, including the venerable Hotel Eastin, built in 1906, which continues to watch over the square with an air of dignity and grace.
eagle, CO Residents: Your Future Kittens Best Friend Awaits!
Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some adorable pets near you up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing pets up for adoption at animal shelters in and around eagle..
One Book One Valley back for 13th year
The Bookworm of Edwards recently issued the following email blast regarding the One Book One Valley kick-off event on Monday, Dec. 4:. One Book One Valley (OBOV) is back for the 13th year, encouraging all residents to read the same book at the same time to create a Community Book Club.
The gas price fluctuate between $3.45 and $3.49 in Avon as of 2023-11-27. Find the cheapest station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Monday is $3.250, a week ago the price is $3.308 , according to AAA.
Savor the Taste: Top 3 Modern American Restaurants in Edwards
In this article, we explore three examples of modern American cuisine in Edwards. Have you had the chance to experience any of these culinary delights? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
Giving season kicks off: Yampa Valley nonprofits count on community donation day
After enjoying a likely self-indulgent Thanksgiving holiday weekend as well as Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping, nonprofit organizations in the Yampa Valley hope residents will now “give where you live” for Yampa Valley Gives through Dec. 5. Yampa Valley Gives is organized by the nonprofit Yampa Valley...
Edwards Corner Farmers Market: A Celebration of Local Commerce and Community
Nestled in the heart of Edwards, Colorado, the Edwards Corner Farmers Market stands as a testament to the town's community spirit and commitment to local commerce. Operating every Saturday from June 10th to September 23rd, the market is a vibrant hub that unites residents and visitors in celebration of Colorado's agricultural bounty and artisanal talent. From the freshest organic produce by Borden Farms to the savory meats of Vail Meat Company and the sweet indulgences from Suzy Sweets, the market offers a plethora of local goods that delight the senses and support sustainable practices.
Letter: Some thoughts on Eagle Valley Transportation Authority
Now that we are into the first year of the Eagle Valley Transportation Authority, I’ve had a number of thoughts that I think should be implemented to improve service. I’d like to share them with some suggestions. Increase schedules to every 1/2 hour rather than every hour throughout...
Moore: A change of heart
Happy Thanksgiving everyone. My name is Ethan Moore and I’ve lived with my family in our valley for the past 28 years. For 20 of those years, I was pastor of a local church, and I continue to be involved in our local faith community, which I deeply love.
Eagle County Gives aims to raise over $1.5 million for local nonprofits
Whether it’s coming together to support a common cause, brainstorming creative solutions, amplifying a call to action or simply supporting one another day-to-day — nonprofit organizations rely on community and collaboration to succeed. This is the main impetus behind Eagle County Gives’ annual collective fundraising effort each year for Colorado Gives Day.
You Wanna See Real Ski Racing?
Birds of Prey FIS Races Are Dec. 1–3 in Beaver Creek
Fourth graders in Eagle County take on Colorado River water policy
Most of the fourth grade students at Eagle County Charter Academy have one thing to say to the people who decide how the Colorado River is managed: The policies that govern the river should change — and they have the evidence to prove it. “It’s shared throughout the basin,...
Despite interest rate increases, Eagle County’s real estate market remains steady
Mortgage interest rates have more than doubled in the past couple of years, and economic jitters abound. But people remain active in the local real estate market, and some are returning. According to numbers compiled by Mike Budd of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Colorado Properties, transactions in October increased slightly over...
State Bridge: Colorado's Historic Gem and Cultural Hub
Nestled in the verdant heart of Bond, Colorado, the State Bridge has long been a beacon of historical significance and a centerpiece for community gatherings. Since its construction in 1890, this venerable structure has spanned the Colorado River, providing a vital artery for pioneers and modern travelers alike. Originally crafted with wooden and wrought iron in the Howe truss style, the bridge was a marvel of its time, facilitating the flow of commerce and culture between the Yampa Valley and the rest of Colorado. Although the bridge we see today was rebuilt in 1966, the echoes of its storied past remain, inviting history buffs to explore its enduring legacy.
O Zone: It’s still early at Vail, Beaver Creek, so every little bit of new snow helps
Skiing in toward Vance’s Cabin near Ski Cooper on Saturday (Kyle Nelson photo). Vail Valley snow riders were thankful for a blast of winter (finally) over the Thanksgiving week holiday break, with 15 inches of snow at Vail over the past eight days. It was enough to connect the Vail Village and Lionshead areas of Vail Mountain and open top-to-bottom skiing down to Vail Village.
Sheriff’s office honors first responders for their quick actions to stop Kremmling fire
On the night of Sept. 18, a residence at River Ranch Mobile Home Park in Kremmling became engulfed in flames. Kremmling resident Freddy Barrios Dominguez died in the fire. The first two people on the scene of the accident were Colorado State Patrol Trooper John Morange and Kremmling Police Officer Bryson Hicks.