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Police looking for assault suspect in Avon

This story was corrected to reflect the fact that the incident is alleged to have taken place in the Eaglebend apartments in Avon, not EagleVail. Police are on the lookout for the suspect of an alleged assault that took place in Avon Tuesday morning. Avon Police Chief Greg Daly said...
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Vail Summer: Patio Living at Manor Vail Lodge

It is officially summertime and that means it’s patio time. Vail is always a good place to spend quality time in the sun, with abundant outdoor play areas available. And Manor Vail Lodge is a good pick for fun in the sunshine. The property is one of Vail’s originals,...

Everyone’s Favorite Vail Jazz Party

Howard Stone and his wife Cathy did not set out with the intent of founding a full-blown Vail Jazz Festival. Yet, twenty-seven years later, the Stones are still the life force behind the Festival and its culminating party that spans Labor Day weekend. “We had on numerous occasions attended the...

Avon evaluates new egress option for Wildridge neighborhood

Given the rising wildfire danger, Avon is evaluating possible egress routes for the Wildridge neighborhood. Currently, there is one paved access road in and out of the subdivision, which has led to community concerns about the efficiency of possible evacuations in the event of a wildfire. Earlier this spring, Avon...

Letter: Eagle River Trail needs signage

Yet another summer season is ramping up with no safety improvements on the Eagle River Trail. This trail’s usage by pedestrians and bikers — an inherently dangerous mix — has grown exponentially in the 11 years we have owned a condo next to it. Yet nothing has been done to regulate its use in any way.
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Dillon to hold special election Sept. 13 for open town council seat

The Town of Dillon will hold a special election for its vacant council seat Tuesday, Sept. 13. Council attempted to appoint a new councilor itself but ran into a deadlock with councilors unable to break the tie. A single council member seat is available after former councilor Steve Milroy stepped...
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Vail Valley fun abounds this Fourth of July weekend

If you can’t find something fun to do this holiday weekend, you aren’t trying. From a July 1 drone show in Gypsum to a revived Vail America Days parade July 4 to plenty of music and sports, there’s something for just about anyone can enjoy. The fun...

Howard Head named PT provider for LAX league

Vail Health’s Howard Head Sports Medicine has been announced as the official physical therapy provider for the 2022 Premier Lacrosse League. Howard Head Sports Medicine will provide orthopedic and sport-specific Physical Therapy for the Premier Lacrosse League athletes as part of the partnership. Doctorate-level physical therapists, each with board-certified advanced specialty certifications in sports and orthopedics, will be onsite at training camp and throughout the season, which began June 4.

Skarda wins women’s title at Bighorn Gravel

Alexis Skarda might have to consider getting a place in the Vail Valley. The 33-year-old Grand Junction rider not only loves the high-Alpine riding and remote forest roads – she also has a knack for winning races in the area. Then again, no matter where she rides, chances are good she’ll cross the finish line first.
Summit Daily News

Opinion | Bruce Butler: The State of the union at 246 years old

In between this column and my next column, Colorado will have held primary elections and the United States will have celebrated its 246th birthday. The U.S. Constitution in Article II, Section 3 requires “(The president) from time to time give to the Congress Information of the State of the Union, and recommend to their Consideration such Measures as he shall judge necessary and expedient.”

Calton claims inaugural Bighorn Gravel title

Zach Calton made a decisive move along Abrams Creek with 12 miles remaining, pulling away on the Ram’s Horn Escape course’s final climb to win the men’s inaugural Bighorn Gravel men’s title on Sunday with a time of 4 hours, 59 minutes and 33 seconds. Boulder’s Scott Funston finished second (5:05:12) and hometown hero Josiah Middaugh was third (5:10.35).
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Summit County LGBTQ communities celebrate Pride Month

Rain did not stop LGBTQ community members and allies from celebrating Pride Month in Frisco Sunday, June 26. Over 100 attendees gathered at the Frisco Historic Park for this year’s festivities. Emily Carisch, who organized last year’s Pride march, welcomed people after marching down Main Street. During the march,...

Alpine Slides You Need to Check Out in Colorado This Summer

You don't need to be skiing or snowboarding to catch a thrill in Colorado's High Country. There's another option for adventure seekers during the warmer months: the alpine slide. These coasters offer exhilarating fun against the backdrop of the Centennial State's beautiful mountain towns. Some of them are open in...