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Read Across America hits the Vail Valley On Monday, 80 volunteers including TV8's Tricia Swenson read to children at six schools throughout the Vail Valley during the third annual "Read Across America Day," celebrating the joys of reading on Dr. Seuss's birthday.
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On the Hill, brought to you by The Steadman Clinic and the Steadman Philippon Research Institute , brings you a video report showcasing Beaver Creek's snow conditions every day.
Fellow penguins, from left, Scott Tubman, Max Fry and Ryan Grit ride up Chair 8 to take their first run for Ride of the Penguins ski day Monday, March 3, on Vail Mountain.
The Town of Vail is seeking community members to fill vacancies on four citizen boards.
Colorado is home to approximately a half million women - 9.6 percent of the population - who live at or near the poverty level.
The clock is ticking faster toward the 2015 World Alpine Ski Championships. That means the work is getting ever more caffeinated at the Vail Valley Foundation, the organizing group for the event.
March is one of the snowiest months in the Rockies, and the forecast for the next several days brings good news for skiers and snowpack-watchers alike.
On March 8, we observe International Women's Day, a celebration of women's economic, political and social achievements.
On the Hill, brought to you by The Steadman Clinic and the Steadman Philippon Research Institute , brings you a video report showcasing Vail's ski conditions every day.
'Climb to Glory' tells the story of the 10th Mountain Division ski troopers and how they championed the U.S. ski industry following World War II.
Workers at the Eagle County Landfill separate a load of recyclable material at the material recycling facility.
Christopher Norris, a 28-year-old father of two, died in an avalanche in the Trestle Trees area of the Winter Park ski area in January 2012.
Building a long-desired underpass between Vail's frontage roads is the biggest public works project the town has seen in a long time.
Keith Brown is one of the few surviving members of Vail's original board of directors.