Nicole Miller, Summit Daily News

Nicole Miller

Summit Daily News

Dillon, CO, United States

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Past articles by Nicole:

Dillon candidate Q&A: What should the town do about the stalled Uptown 240 development?

This issue has been extremely frustrating and challenging. I have a direct view of the red crane from my home, so I empathize with locals who are sick of seeing the big pit and lack... → Read More

Not much snow on the horizon for Summit as La Nina weather pattern continues

After picking up nearly 3 feet of snow from Christmas Eve through New Year’s Day, the snow machine seems to have shut off — other than a double-digit powder day Jan. 6. Resorts across Summit... → Read More

The snow dances have paid off: Dillon sets an all-time snowfall record for the date of 9 inches

Kids in their pajamas and powder hounds getting first tracks were shrieking with joy at Thursday’s snow day. The school district canceled classes for the first time in nearly two years, and only those west... → Read More

Summit School District makes contingency plan for remote learning

Though Summit School District is planning to stay the course by returning to in-person learning after the holiday break, the district is also making contingency plans in case remote learning becomes necessary in the coming... → Read More

10-day snow totals near 3 feet at some Summit County ski areas

A snowy holiday period was followed up Sunday with bluebird skies and frigid temperatures before things warmed up Monday, but the snow won’t stay away for long. The two-day New Year’s Eve storm, which was... → Read More

Christmas storm brings more than 2 feet of snow to some Summit County ski areas

It’s not the kind of gift you’ll find under the Christmas tree, but Summit County got exactly what it wanted for the holiday weekend: snow — and lots of it. Copper Mountain Resort and Loveland... → Read More

Top 5 most-read stories last week: Omicron, affordable housing and TikTok challenge

Editor’s note: Stories in this list received the most page views on in the past week. 1. Omicron variant likely causing large surge in Summit County COVID-19 cases COVID-19 cases are surging in Summit... → Read More

Restaurants open on Christmas Day in Summit County

The following restaurants are open on Christmas Day in Summit County. To add your restaurant to this list, email the details to Arapahoe Cafe & Pub, 626 Lake Dillon Drive, Dillon; 970-468-0873, Hours:... → Read More

Warm and sunny early this week, but will Summit have a white Christmas?

The week of Christmas is starting off warm with high temperatures forecast in the low to mid-40s. That compares to the average high temperature of 31.7 degrees for the month, according to National Weather Service... → Read More

Top 5 most-read stories last week: Snow falls, bonfire returns, electric vehicles banned

Editor’s note: Stories in this list received the most page views on in the past week. 1. Summit County ski areas could rack up double-digit snow totals After an unseasonably warm fall, the change... → Read More

Colorado Gives Day fundraising sets all-time record in Summit County

Summit County set a new all-time record on Colorado Gives Day, raising $739,404 to support 49 local organizations. The fundraising total beat the previous record, which was set last year during the height of the... → Read More

Summit County ski areas could rack up double-digit snow totals by the end of the week

Summit County’s 11-day stretch with no snow and unseasonably high temperatures is about to end: Snow is on the way. A winter storm is expected to roll into the area Monday evening, with a 30%... → Read More

Thanksgiving storm surprises with up to 7 inches of snow at Summit County ski areas

National Weather Service meteorologists predicted the Wednesday storm would drop just 1 inch of snow on Summit County ski areas, but the resorts got a holiday surprise with up to 7 inches. Breckenridge Ski Resort... → Read More

Best Bar: Ein Prosit

The simple pleasure of sipping a draft beer at a bar was put on hold for much of the pandemic. Bars were shuttered in mid-March 2020, when Summit County ordered all nonessential businesses to close.... → Read More

Best Takeout: Giampietro Pasta & Pizzeria

Quick: Name your favorite to-go food. Did you say pizza? Summit County residents agree, voting Giampietro Pasta & Pizzeria Best Takeout in the 2021 Best of Summit contest. The Breckenridge staple also tied for Best... → Read More

Best New Business: Saved by the Wine

The year 2020 was a daunting time for established business owners, so imagine opening the doors of a new bar and restaurant during a global pandemic. That’s exactly what owners Erin O’Brien and Allison Buffum... → Read More

Early voting starts Monday, Oct. 25

Early in-person voting begins Monday, Oct. 25, at the Summit County Library south branch, 103 S. Harris St. in Breckenridge. The polling center will be open at the following times: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.... → Read More

1st snow of the season dusts high peaks across Summit County

Summit County residents awoke Friday to views of a fresh dusting of snow above tree line on the area’s high-Alpine peaks. “As expected, we saw snow across the mountains on Thursday night,” Open Snow founding... → Read More

From the Editor: Fresh faces at the

Like virtually every other business, the Summit Daily News was hit hard by the pandemic. Advertisers reduced their budgets, and that meant we had to tighten our belts, too. After our federal Paycheck Protection Program... → Read More

From the Editor: Summit school board has a transparency problem

If you’re wondering why the superintendent’s contract wasn’t renewed, why the board approved a $100,000 severance package, why the Frisco principal was let go, why the transportation director was fired or why the school board... → Read More