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  1. On the Hill is brought to you by The Steadman Clinic and the Steadman Philippon Research Institute. VIDEO: Vail Daily On the Hill reporter John LaConte is joined by local road biking professional Cristhian Ravelo, who gives viewers a look at what the Mavic Haute Route Rockies time trial course through Avon will look like. [swift-iframe src="http://player.vimeo.com/video/222629319?autoplay=1" width="640" height="360" style="border: 0px;"] …
  2. On the Hill is brought to you by The Steadman Clinic and the Steadman Philippon Research Institute. VIDEO: Vail Daily On the Hill correspondent John LaConte delivers his summer video activities report from the second annual Race for the Rail while riding a Onewheel. The Race for the Rail is a part of the 2017 GoPro Mountain Games. [swift-iframe src="http://player.vimeo.com/video/221132159?autoplay=1" width="640" height="360" style="border: 0px;"] …
  3. VAIL — The Gallagher Amendment, inflation and even the federal Affordable Care Act have been cited among the reasons the Vail Recreation District is hurting for funds. But most of all, it’s wear and tear on facilities. The district is projecting $12.5 million needed for improvements throughout the next decade, of which it can fund about $4 million. The district is funded through program fees (52 percent) and property taxes (48 percent).A solution could be found in more property tax revenue; the district plans on gathering feedback from taxpayers in July to inform a decision on whether or not to …
  4. MINTURN — Thieves celebrated the summer solstice by breaking into at least seven vehicles, according to an email circulated by the town staff.The thefts cost Minturn residents thousands of dollars in stolen goods in the Wednesday night and Thursday morning spree, which came on the heels of another alleged spree through the eastern Vail Valley.The Minturn burglaries occurred in the town’s commercial area, along Williams Street, Taylor Street and Pine Street, said witnesses and victims.“If anyone feels like they were a victim of theft, we would ask that they report it,” said Jessie Mosher, public information officer with the Eagle …
  5. A recent letter to the editor from Leonard Bloom of Vail references a press release from the town of Vail on the Rent by Owner business. The release states that 1,422 businesses are operating without a license.This is not true and a separate study conducted proves it.What is true is that 1,422 advertisements for rental units ran without having a town business license included.This does not mean that the Rent By Owner operators do not have a license. It does not mean that they are not paying sales tax. It does not mean that there are 1,422 “non-compliant” short-term rentals …
  6. Editor’s note: The following is an excerpt from a report by the Vail Homeowners Association board of directors. The association keeps a close eye on economic and political trends in and outside of the Vail community. The electronic version with links to supporting documents is available at www.vailhomeowners.com.The town of Vail currently has three major planning initiatives underway — a review of Vail’s Open Lands Plan, a sustainability assessment and a master plan for West Vail. Together, the product of these initiatives will shape the growth and development of Vail for decades to come. The Vail Homeowners Association believes these …
  7. Scientific thinking is relevant, helpful and something that we all can do. During the past five years, I’ve employed this approach as a columnist by setting aside my biases and sticking to “Just the Facts” to attract you to topics you may not have had interest in before — as well as familiar ones that I hoped you might reexamine. In the process, we’ve busted a lot of myths that were veiled as “common knowledge.” We’ve also uncovered useful information and gained some pride in our community’s accomplishments and history. See https://frontporchne.com/category/just-the-facts/ for some examples.Today, I’m writing to let you …
  8. “Every workshop is an opportunity to open up the exploratory world, where one can learn from themselves and experience their poetic ability,” says local poet Jodie Hollander, who insists that poetry is for everyone.On Tuesday, she’ll teach an open workshop at The Bookworm of Edwards to anyone interested in sparking their creativity.“Hosting this workshop is a way of highlighting a local author and a wonderful section of our store,” said Bookworm owner Nicole Magistro. “Plus, who can argue with learning such a wonderful craft as poetry?”This workshop is open to all ages and skill sets — even people who are …
  9. EAGLE — The county’s CSU Extension Office will be hosting a free “lunch and learn” event on home solar installation from noon to 1 p.m. on Tuesday. The class will take place in the Garden Level Classroom of the Eagle County Building, located at 500 Broadway St. in Eagle. A light lunch will be provided.Energy specialist Cary Weiner, from Colorado State University, will be speaking about solar options for the home, as well as providing information about free tools that all residents can use for evaluating costs and benefits. Positive ImpactInstalling rooftop solar panels for the home cuts the cost …
  10. On Wednesday, June 14, the Vail Valley Business Women held their monthly meeting at White Bison Restaurant in Vail featuring presenter Barb Waters, MBA, who spoke about risk versus reward. Women from all sorts of domains mingled and networked to make connections and enjoy the incredible atmosphere on the deck overlooking Gore Creek. There were lots of familiar faces and some new ones as well. This gathering is always a reminder of the strength, intelligence and capability of the women of the Vail Valley.Tricia Swenson greeted the crowd and updated the group on upcoming events, which can be viewed on …
  11. It’s hard to imagine suddenly losing sensation or muscle function or having extreme nerve pain occur without reason. Unfortunately, some nerve injuries or nerve abnormalities can happen without warning. Nerve palsies are rare but can be debilitating. Generally, nerves are injured due to a specific incident, such as a fracture or dislocation. However, nerve palsies can occur spontaneously and the cause is unknown at times. Nerves commonly affected by a spontaneous nerve palsy are the peroneal nerve, brachial plexus, suprascapular nerve, and lateral femoral cutaneous nerve.Peroneal nerve palsy, or common peroneal nerve entrapment, is the most common spontaneous nerve palsy …
  12. VAIL — It’s tough to talk about politics. In an environment that’s defined by widespread polarization and animosity between parties, it can be difficult to discuss differences; and social media isn’t assisting with the conversation. Communication is necessary for a cohesive community but it’s not always easy to start that dialogue. On Thursday, the Vail Symposium presents speaker Mark Gerzon, who will lead an interactive seminar that will challenge participants to stop living in “divided states” and become active citizens of the “Reunited States of America.” A professional mediator and author of the book “The Reunited States of America: How …
  13. VAIL — Get outdoors and enjoy Vail’s beauty and fresh mountain air with a light-hearted, fun and free yoga practice Saturdays this summer in Vail. The classes take place on the Solaris Plaza lawn from 9 to 10 a.m. Saturdays starting today and running through Sept. 23. Yoga instructors from the Vail Vitality Center will teach the all-levels vinyasa flow-style classes on Saturday mornings. “These classes are a perfect way to jumpstart your day, meet friends and grab a coffee afterwards,” said Tara Goike, a yoga instructor at the Vail Vitality Center. “Each week we will feature one of the …
  14. This summer, Bravo! Vail Music Festival celebrates 30 years of extraordinary music making in the Vail Valley.The festival has come a long way since the first chamber music concerts on July 29, 1988, at the Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater. Two short years after those inaugural concerts, the orchestra residencies began and from there, the festival grew every year based on the ambition that the most world-renowned artists would perform here. Classical music has trends, like other musical genres do as well, and here at Bravo! Vail, we keep up with them. Even after 30 years of performances, Bravo! Vail continues …
  15. EAGLE — A paraglider crashed into the Eagle River near the Eagle County Fairgrounds Friday morning, launching a multi-jurisdictional rescue response.The accident happened at approximately 9 a.m. Nearby rafters assisted first responders by pulling the victim from the water and placing him on their raft. First responders made contact with the raft carrying the victim near the Draggin’ A Ranch located a couple of miles down river from the crash site. The victim was transported to a nearby hospital. The condition of the victim is unknown.Equipment RemovalLocal law enforcement personnel were sent to remove the paragliding equipment from the Eagle …
  16. Local road biker Cristhian Ravelo previewed the time trial course of the Mavic Haute Route Rockies, which hits Avon next week. “It’s probably one of the toughest climbs in the valley, so anyone who is going to come out and do it, my respects,” he said. That climb will represent stage 4 of the Haute Route Rockies, the first-ever U.S. edition of what promoters are calling the world’s highest, toughest and most prestigious amateur cycling challenge. The Mavic Haute Route Rockies starts in Boulder on June 24 and finishes in Colorado Springs on June 30. It consists of seven timed …
  17. There is a big change coming out there for millions of consumers in terms of their credit scores and credit report. Starting July 1, the three major bureaus will no longer report most judgments and tax liens. This change is, in part, due to the efforts of the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau. For many years there have been known issues in reporting such data. Typically, when a tax lien or judgment is filed the document does not include a Social Security number. Thus, in a large metro area if Joe Johnson never met a bill he liked to pay and …
  18. Brenda K. Gresham, of McCook, Nebraska, passed away on Sunday, June 18, 2017, at Hillcrest Nursing Home after a courageous battle with breast cancer. She was 57 years old.Brenda was born on June 5, 1960 in Casper, Wyoming to parents, John August and Kathreen Pauline “Kathy” (Eichorst) Struble. She was baptized as a baby at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Casper, Wyoming. She graduated from Natrona County High School in Casper with the class of 1979. After graduation Brenda worked at Jackson Lake Lodge in the Tetons. It was there that her love for the outdoors and moose began.On May …
  19. EAGLE — John Schneiger is no longer Eagle’s town manager.Schneiger was employed by the town for a little more than a year and has been on paid administrative leave since May 23. The town Friday sent out a press release to announce that Schneiger and the town had reached an agreement for him to leave his Eagle employment.The press release issued by Eagle Human Resources Manager Lynette Horan reads “Mayor Anne McKibbin announced that the town and town manager John Schneiger have mutually agreed to part ways. John has informed the mayor that he met the goals he could in …
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