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Eagle-Vail Community Pool

Eagle-Vail Solar-Heated Community Pool Now Open

Eagle-Vail’s new solar-heated community pool opened this past Saturday, officially kicking off the summer months in Vail Valley.  The grand opening is scheduled for Monday, May 30th from 4 to 8PM (Memorial Day), and there will be free admission, games,[...]

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Vail Eagle River Station

Eagle River Station Resubmitted to Eagle County

Trinity RED Development out of Kansas City, Missouri has resubmitted a reworked Eagle River Station project plan to Eagle County for review. The project was originally turned down more than sixteen months ago, but the plan features key changes that[...]

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Blues Brews BBQ Memorial Day Beaver Creek

Enjoy Blues, Brews, and BBQ for Memorial Day Weekend

Even though the ski season is over, there are plenty of activities throughout the summer to maintain an exciting atmosphere and keep Vail Valley residents busy. On May 28th and 29th, Beaver Creek Village will once again host the Blues,[...]

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10th Mountain Division Returns to Camp Hale in Eagle County

The 10th Mountain Division recently reunited at Camp Hale located in Eagle County. It was the 9,200 foot high Camp Hale where over 14,000 men trained by 1943. Soldiers learned at Camp Hale how to survive and fight under the[...]

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Construction Underway at Edwards Medical Center

The Vail Valley community celebrated the beginning of construction on the new ambulatory surgery center at the Edwards Medical Center back in March. The Edwards Medical Center already offers the Shaw Regional Cancer Center, the EagleCare Clinic designed for low-income[...]

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Eagle County Moves Forward with $1.6M Land Purchase

The Eagle County Open Space Advisory Committee recently vote in favor of the $1.6 million land purchase located west of Eagle County. It did not take long for the Eagle County Board of Commissioners to commit to the $1.6 million[...]

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Vail Council Meeting Discussions Turn to Ever Vail

The Vail council meeting in April spent much time discussing future plans for Ever Vail. Ever Vail was the second topic of discussion and the overwhelming interest caused the subject to be scheduled for discussion at a later date. If[...]

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Colorado DOT’s Proposed Solutions to I-70 Congestion

In order to reduce traffic along I-70 near Glenwood Canyon and C-470, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) presented possible solutions to ease congestion. CDOT released the Programmatic Environmental Impact State of the proposed project. The study included information for[...]

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