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Vail Mountain has committed to four more years of hosting for Pink Vail, a fundraising day of skiing for the Shaw Regional Cancer Center in Edwards.
Vail-Summit Orthopaedics announced it's hiring of Dr. James Perry, a fellowship-trained orthopedic spine surgeon.
The medical center's headquarters in Vail has been cobbled together over nearly 50 years.
What: Solo works for piano and guitar. Pianist Anne-Marie McDermott teams up with guitarist James Moore for an evening of classical and contemporary piano and guitar solos by Bach, Haydn, and Wuorinen.
The sixth annual Empty Bowls fundraiser returns to the Vail Valley on Aug. 12. Guests are encouraged to take part in a simple meal of soup, bread and dessert contributed by local restaurants in exchange for a cash donation of $20.
The valley's first interior-design company started the way so many valley companies do - with a favor for a friend.
Presentation materials, where applicable, will be made available on Paycom's Investor Relations website at investors.paycom.com under the Events & Presentations page.
Cars enter and exit a roundabout on Post Boulevard on Sunday. The town of Avon will start a long awaited landscaping project along the street next week, as well as replace many burned-out streetlights along the road.
Recently, I sat in the emergency room with a patient at one of our local hospitals.
The Youth Foundation employees Bratzo Horrvitiner and Pedro Alvarez hand out prizes to the child volunteers who helped clean up around Eagle Bend Apartment on Friday.
Nathan sits down with Erika Jane of Red Honey for the 46th episode of the Finding Asheville podcast.
As the first transcontinental rail line was built in the 1860s, it soon became clear the line would skip Colorado - due mainly to the giant mountains bisecting the state.
Creedence Clearwater Revisited is, from left, Kurt Griffey, John Tristao, Stu Cook, Doug Clifford and Steve Gunner.
On Vail Mountain, advanced riders can choose more technical trails, while intermediate and beginner riders can take the gondola and enjoy meandering, fun singletrack.
You're never too young or old to save a life! At Camp 911, approximately 100 Eagle County youth learned and practiced the lifesaving skills of CPR and defibrillation with local nonprofit Starting Hearts.
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Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 01:34 am
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