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Past articles by Edward:

Minturn bike park campaign exceeds goal

Money has poured in from all corners of the valley to support a new bike park in Minturn. → Read More

Vail Resorts revenues up for fiscal year

VAIL — In an earnings call Thursday, Vail Resorts reported a profit of $301.2 million for the fiscal year, with increased revenues and visitation across its growing collection of resorts. Total mountain net revenue increased... → Read More

Uninsured rates rise for Eagle County, surrounding areas

Eagle County and surrounding communities' rate of uninsured residents rose sharply in the last two years, and is now the highest in the state, according to a report released Wednesday. → Read More

Will Minturn get smaller?

MINTURN — After two key deals fell apart in recent months, a developer that proposed to build 712 homes in Minturn is now asking that the land be removed from the town. The owner of... → Read More

New effort aims to lower Eagle County’s health insurance costs

VAIL — Gov. Jared Polis has lauded Summit County's health care purchasing collaborative as a "transformative" step toward lowering the cost of health care. Officials in Eagle County are now hoping they can adopt a similar model for residents here. The Vail Valley Partnership, a local nonprofit that acts as a regional chamber of commerce… → Read More

More roundabouts in Edwards?

EDWARDS — Into the 1980s, Edwards’ center was nothing more than a stop sign at a T intersection, surrounded by the Gashouse, the post office, a gas station, and a few homes and ranches. Today,... → Read More

Minturn moves to raise minimum tobacco age

MINTURN — Minturn is the latest local government to seek to change its laws in an effort to keep tobacco and nicotine products out of the hands of teens. The town gave preliminary approval to... → Read More

Eagle to Dotsero: How are we growing?

Here’s a guide to the major residential projects that have recently been proposed, approved or are under construction. → Read More

Vail to Edwards development: How are we growing?

Here's a guide to the major residential projects that have recently been proposed, approved or are under construction. → Read More

Bike park campaign kicks off Thursday

MINTURN — Local trail advocates have built many miles of new singletrack in the last 10 years. Now they have a new vision: A bike park filled with trails, jumps, a pump track and a... → Read More

Minturn trying to keep locals in town

Minturn leaders have approved a plan with the goal of creating more housing choices for year-round residents. → Read More

Village at Avon project awakens

Work began last week in preparation for a new 240-unit apartment complex in Avon. t's the first major construction on the Traer Creek property in 13 years, since the completion of the Traer Creek Plaza building. → Read More

Minturn prepares for de-annexation

With a key water deal denied, the Battle Mountain developer and the town of Minturn are planning to meet next week to discuss the future of the Bolts Lake property. → Read More

Minturn’s new sidewalks finally becoming reality

MINTURN — After decades of visions and years of planning, Minturn’s main thoroughfare is getting a major facelift. Sidewalks are being extended on Main Street through the south part of Minturn, providing a safe connection... → Read More

Settlements reached in Avon water tank litigation

The Upper Eagle Regional Water Authority, the Traer Creek developer and various contractors have reached a settlement in a three-year legal fight over a failed 2 million gallon water tank that was meant to serve the development. → Read More

Minturn rejects water deal

Minturn turned down a proposal Wednesday that would have provided enough water for substantial growth within the town, including the Battle Mountain developer's proposal to build up to 712 homes → Read More

Minturn to consider water deal Wednesday

MINTURN — Minturn’s leaders plan to make a decision Wednesday on a proposed deal that would give the Battle Mountain developer enough water to build 712 homes near Maloit Park and Tigiwon Road. But the... → Read More

Firefighters work to contain 27-acre wildfire near Burns

A wildfire that broke out near Burns is holding steady at 27 acres in size Tuesday. → Read More

U.S. Ski Team racer Alice McKennis: Unbroken and undeterred

EAGLEVAIL — Alice McKennis could feel her leg twisting, twisting, twisting as she fell toward the snow. "Oh man, I'm going to blow my knee out right now," she thought to herself. "Because I could feel the torque coming through my leg." She had spent the entire season hurtling toward 70 mph. She was fifth… → Read More

Everkrisp Trail opening: ‘Our community coming together’

The Everkrisp Trail took 3,000 hours of work, with a mini-excavator leading the way and volunteers following with pick mattocks, Pulaskis axes, McLeod rakes and shovels. → Read More