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Theater director quits after board apologizes for Trump sketch at annual fundraiser
A short sketch lampooning President Donald Trump at Breckenridge Backstage Theatre's biggest fundraiser of the year last Friday was apparently so offensive the theater board felt it necessary on Monday to apologize.That apology, which came with a promise to never do anything like the Trump sketch ag
Unclear what impact wildfires will have on tourism numbers in Colorado mountains
Industry experts say it's too premature to predict another record-breaking summer for Western mountain lodging properties, but with such a strong June, the warmest months of the year look pretty hot so far.Four more months remain before the numbers are tallied for the whole summer season. Because Ju
Next hike with Eagle County commissioners, Vail Town Council is July 19 on Vail Mountain
VAIL — Members of the Vail Town Council and Eagle County Commissioners are inviting outdoor enthusiasts to join them for a series of leisurely hiking outings on Vail Mountain this summer. The remaining hiking dates are Thursday, July 19, and Friday, Aug. 10.
TransWorld SKATEboarding Team Challenge Recap Video | Dew Tour 2018
Thank you for another memorable year at Dew Tour Long Beach! Congratulations to all the winners!2018 Winter Dew Tour Returns to Breckenridge, CO December 13-16, 2018! See you then.NEW Summer Dew Tour Gear is available in our ShopSHOP NOWFollow us @dewtour on ,Instagram, andPeriscope#DewTour
Breckenridge Music Festival, National Repertory Orchestra to play joint concert on Saturday
It's the National Repertory Orchestra's second-to-last week of the season, and people won't want to miss the opportunity to hear music by Mozart, Mahler, Rachmaninoff and more.In addition to evening performances, there will be free community concerts in Breckenridge at 3:30 p.m. Thursday at Prospect
Sip and chill with Keystone’s 22nd annual Bluegrass and Beer festival
The longest running craft beer event in the state, the Keystone Bluegrass and Beer Festival, returns Aug. 4-5 to Keystone Resort with 45 breweries, 13 bands on three different stages, and the ultimate corn hole championship with New Belgium Brewing Company."The Keystone Bluegrass and Beer Festival c
Expert witnesses take the stand in Erwin sexual assault trial
EAGLE — Several expert witnesses took the stand at the Eagle County Justice Center on Thursday in the trial of Justin Cayce Erwin, one of four men accused ofsexually assaulting a womanin a Silverthorne apartment on St. Patrick's Day 2016.The courtroom heard testimony from the lead detective on the c
Valley Floor documentary to be released
THE VALLEY… Producer Ron Melmon has teamed up with Bryan Reinhart, Christopher S. Johnson and Stash Wislocki to do a documentary on the condemnation and purchase of the Valley Floor. As one of those interviewed and having seen a pre-release cut, it’s hard not to get emotional about what the citizens
Flash flood damage closes portion of U.S. 285
U.S. 285 between Fairplay and Antero Junction remains closed due to flash flood road damage from Monday’ storm in South Park.Michelle Peulen, communications manager of Colorado Department of Transportation Region 2, said crews hope to get the road cleaned up and open over the weekend.
Erwin faces his accuser, law enforcement officials, in second day of testimony
EAGLE—Bodies packed into a courtroom at the Eagle County Justice Center on Wednesday for the second day of testimony in the trial of Justin Cayce Erwin, one of four men accused ofsexually assaulting a womenin a Silverthorne apartment on St. Patrick's Day in 2016.Wednesday's testimony brought Erwin f
Crow Canyon offers pair of educational tours
The “Beyond Mesa Verde” tour will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Mondays. Tickets are $75 for adults, $60 for youths ages 10-17, and free for children under 10.Immerse yourself in the archaeological landscape beyond Mesa Verde National Park. Discover how the Chaco Phenomenon (A.D. 950–1150) tr
Colorado wildfire update: Drier, hotter weather forecast as crews continue cleanup from mudslides and flash floods
Helen H. Richardson, The Denver PostA firefighter checks on a spot fire near the northern end of the Spring Creek Fire on July 8, 2018 in La Veta. The Spring Fire has now burned an area slightly larger than the city and county of Denver. The fire has burned 106,985 acres and currently stands at 55%
In Aspen, FBI Director Wray says Russia continues to sow discord in U.S.
ASPEN, Colo. — FBI Director Christopher Wray said Wednesday that Russia continues to use fake news, propaganda and covert operations to “spin up” Americans on both sides of hot-button issues to sow discord in the United States.
Wreckage of missing plane discovered by hikers near Mosquito Pass
The aircraft, a Cessna 210 single-engine plane, was discovered in mountainous terrain near Alma, Colorado, the National Transportation Safety Board said.
Prav Grant on the Terrible Glory of a First Concert
“I can’t say for sure if it was the heat or my nerves. This was back in 2000, and we called our band Agent Provocative. We’d practiced for months, spent days upon days in a cramped basement learning songs we loved. I remember thinking, ‘Dang, it takes a lot of energy to be a drummer.’ We spent the a
Blended Families retreat to reconnect families
SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. --The 50th Space Wing Chaplains Office will host a Blended Families retreat in Breckenridge, Colorado, July 27 - 29.
Trial begins for Justin Erwin, one of four accused in 2016 Silverthorne sexual assault
EAGLE, Colo. — Dozens of Eagle County residents packed into a crowded courtroom at the Eagle County Justice Center on Monday morning to kick off the jury selection process in the long awaited trial of Justin Cayce Erwin.Erwin, 41, is one of four men accused of sexually assaulting a woman who was too
Colorado mom's warning goes viral after daughter is locked in washing machine
CONIFER, Colo. - A mother in Conifer wrote a post on Facebook saying that her three-year-old daughter accidentally locked herself inside a front-load washing machine, and now the post has been shared by more than a quarter of a million people.
Silverthorne eyes new regulations for short-term rentals
As Silverthorne dives into the arduous task of regulating short-term rentals, local officials are a long way from uncharted water. Exactly which route they may take, however, has yet to be decided.With the rapid growth in the short-term vacation rental industry, Silverthorne is intent on crafting ne
Extra Police At Dillon Amphitheater For Popular Concert
The band plays Tuesday evening. Only 3,500 tickets have been sold, but police expect thousands more fans to show up.