Lindsay Bribiescas, Vail Daily

Lindsay Bribiescas

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Past articles by Lindsay:

From Sea Level: Vail Daily intern can’t take Vail with her, so she’ll take lessons learned

People here have taught me a lot. They’ve taught me to be more confident, to try more things, even to ask for help. Between working at the Vail Daily → Read More

Canine Companions for Independence puppy raisers prepare dogs for life of service

Some dogs grow up to wear sweaters, and some grow up to travel in purses. Puppies at Canine Companions for Independence, however, grow into a uniform that gives them → Read More

From Sea Level column: Vail Daily intern missing avocados

There are two things I think of when I think about what I miss from California: avocados and Mexican food. And I guess if you’re looking at my region → Read More

From Sea Level column: Vail Daily intern learning “Vail time”

On Tuesday morning, July 11, I found myself barefoot in mud, kneeling on a hillside trying to lay out a yoga mat. I was also pretty much wrestling with → Read More

Looking to rescue? Eagle Valley Humane Society helps 800 animals annually

The Eagle Valley Humane Society takes in about 200 animals every year, and helps about 800 animals annually through its different programs. Many of these animals are dropped off, → Read More

From Sea Level column: I’m not lost, I’m just enjoying the sights

The Sweet Lillies performed Thursday at Eagle Town Park, and the Vail Daily’s Tricia Swenson let me tag along to watch her both host the concert and produce a → Read More

Gypsum family of four, soon to be five, moves into new Habitat home

GYPSUM — Jocelyn Regalado and Oscar Solis, along with their two children — and another on the way — moved into their new Habitat for Humanity-sponsored home one month → Read More

Vail America Days Parade mixes new entries and old

The Fourth of July is one of Vail’s largest events — and with about 65 entries in the Vail America Days parade and 25,000 to 40,000 people lining the → Read More

From Sea Level column: First impressions by new Vail Daily intern

Editor’s note: This is the first column by Vail Daily intern Lindsay Bribiescas, who is in town from UCLA for the summer.On Monday, June 19, I got off the → Read More

Home sweet Habitat home: Laura Gonzalez settles into new Gypsum home

GYPSUM — Laura Gonzalez moved into her new home on Friday — a home that was built through collaboration between her and Habitat for Humanity.Throughout two years, Gonzalez applied → Read More