Health Care Workers In Colorado's Mountain Towns Get COVID-19 VaccineHospital workers in all parts of Colorado have rolled up their sleeves to get the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.
Bridge Street Bar In Vail Cited For Public Health Violation After About 80 People Seen Leaving At Closing TimeEagle County's District Attorney's Office said review of the video footage confirmed that about 80 people left the bar after it closed
Vail Health Describes Preparations Of Taking In Some Of The First COVID VaccinesVail Health has been identified as one of eight distribution sites for Colorado’s first round of Pfizer vaccinations.
Pass Holders Can Make Reservations For Vail's Opening Day And Early Season Starting Wednesday AfternoonOpening day of Vail's ski season is on Friday and the resort is opening up its reservation system on Wednesday afternoon.
Former Vail IT Director Ronald Braden Cuts Off Ankle Monitor, On The RunA former employee of the Town of Vail who has been charged with child prostitution and assault of a police officer, in addition to embezzling half a millions dollars from the town, removed his GPS ankle monitor Friday.
Vail To Consider Mandatory Face Mask ZoneThe face mask issue will be discussed during the town council's regularly-scheduled Tuesday night meeting.
Colorado Weather Change Allows Vail, Other Resorts To Fire Up The Snow GunsMeasurable snowfall in Colorado's high country on Sunday evening provided the perfect conditions for ski resorts to begin snow making operations.
Vail Tourism Showing Signs Of A Comeback: 'We've Got A Full Patio'Aside from a strict mask policy, the crowds in Vail Village resemble a time before COVID-19, and businesses are starting to bounce back.
Ski Resorts Struggle To Hire Amid Trump's Student Visa BanAs ski resorts try to figure out how to operate safely during the coronavirus pandemic, by requiring facemasks, enforcing social distancing in lift lines and eliminating dine-in service, Trump's order has added another obstacle heading into the winter: hiring enough temporary workers to fill crucial jobs like operating chair lifts, serving food and cleaning hotel rooms.
Smoke & Snow Blamed For Bird Die Off In ColoradoThe fire season along with an early burst of cold weather this month may be contributing to an unusually high mortality rate for migratory birds.
Vail Mountain Schools Installs High-Tech Disinfection System Ahead Of In-Person LearningVail Mountain School began its first full week of in-person leaning Monday, hoping the high-tech disinfection system installed over the summer will minimize the spread of COVID-19.