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Vintage days at the Beav’ By Geoff Mintz Mountaineer Staff Writer The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame inducted a class of eight athletes and “sport builders” Friday at a private ceremony in Beaver Creek. The induction coincides with the first annual Jimmie Heuga Memorial Vintage Ski Race today at noon on the Beav’s Hay Meadow race course. Racers are encouraged strap into old wood or metal skis and sport some vintage wool skiing attire from Jimmie’s era.


Resort inducts U.S. Ski Hall of Famers, honors Jimmie Heuga with vintage ski race If you want to race, but don’t have wood or metal sticks, call Richard Allen’s Vinatge Ski World to rent a pair. Richard will be at the race today and is happy to set you up on a pair. His num-

ber is (970) 948-0591. Among the inductees at last night’s event were two of the greatest Paralympic athletes of all time Chris Waddell and Edwards local Sarah Will.

They were joined by adaptive skiing pioneer Jack Benedick from Golden, late legendary big mountain skier Doug Coombs, noted industry writer and instructor Stu Campbell, veteran ski jumping champion AnWILL sten Samuelstuen, the father of southern skiing Sepp Kober from Hot Springs, VA and U.S. Ski Team press officer and journalist Paul Robbins. Fri[See VINTAGE, page 23]

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Ski and Snowboard Club Vail coach Oliver Marsh poses for a photo yesterday with local J5 racers Anneli Holm, 9, Alyssa Hilb, 10, and Fletcher Holm, 7, at Fuxi Racing USA in Edwards. Avery Cunliffe photo.

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Crowds gather yesterday at the Taste of Vail Mountain Top Picnic. Today’s your last chance to enjoy the 20th Annual festival, events include an Aphrodisiac Seminar with Amy Reiley, a Wine vs. Beer Cheese Thunderdome Celebrity Death Cage Match, The Pinot Noir SpeedDating-Style Seminar and The Grand Tasting and Dinner Dance. See coverage inside. Avery Cunliffe photo.

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The retirement of Justice John Paul Stevens, the Supreme Court’s leading liberal, touched off an immediate election-year political battle yesterday over President Barack Obama’s second high court pick. Republicans promised trouble for any activist nominee. Obama said he would quickly name a successor in the mold of Stevens, who he said was a voice for ordinary people rather than powerful interests. Eleven days before his 90th birthday, Stevens said he would step down when the court finishes its work for the summer in hopes that a replacement could be confirmed well before the next term begins in October. “We cannot replace Justice Stevens’ experience or wisdom,” Obama said at the White House after returning from Prague where he had signed a nuclear treaty. “I’ll seek someone in the coming weeks with similar qualities: an inde[See THE UPDATE, pages 16-17]

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Arrowhead, Beaver Creek, Berry Creek, Eagle-Vail, and Edwards, Avon, Cordillera and Bachelor Gulch residents to see reduced bills starting this week Customers who receive water service from the Upper Eagle Regional Water Authority should notice a decrease in their monthly water service rates this week. The Authority’s Board of Directors approved a 19 percent decrease in the “debt service rate� at their March 25 meeting. The new monthly rate of $3.16 per Single Family Equivalent (“SFE�), down from $3.91 per SFE, went into effect immediately and is reflected on the current (April) billing statement for water service received in March. The Authority provides water service to its six member entities; the metropolitan districts of Arrowhead, Beaver Creek, Berry Creek, Eagle-Vail, and Edwards, along with the town of Avon; as well as to Cordillera and Bachelor Gulch. Operation and maintenance of the water system is provided by Eagle River Water & Sanitation District (“District�) through an Operations Agreement. The debt service rate was implemented in January 2010 to fund payments on bonds that the Authority was issuing which would allow for necessary upgrades to be made to the Authority’s water system. “When each of the Authority’s six members consented to the new rate, we promised to not charge more than the actual cost to repay the bonds,� said Authority Chair Doris Dewton. “The total cost of issuing the bonds was

less than initial projections so it was important to pass those cost savings on to every Authority customer.� According to Becky Bultemeier, District Customer & Financial Services Manager, the $3.91 rate was established several months before the bonds were sold, and was based upon municipal bond interest rates as well as the proposed structure of the bonds, at that time. “Interest rates improved dramatically and the Authority obtained a stand-alone A+ rating from Standard & Poors Rating Agency so the net annual debt service requirement was significantly lower than anticipated several months ago,� said Bultemeier. “The costs of the water system improvements are allocated per SFE to each customer, so the total savings are also spread out among all Authority customers.� While the monthly “debt service rate� was reduced to $3.16 per SFE, other monthly water service rates are unchanged. A “Single Family Equivalent� is a generic Residential Unit, the use of which is estimated to have an impact upon the water system equal to that of the average single family (2.3 persons). One (1) SFE is up to 3,000 square feet. For more information on water service rates, contact the Eagle River Water & Sanitation District Customer Service department at (970) 477-5451.

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Vail helping navigate the cone zone Construction cranks up as ski season winds down By Randy Wyrick Mountaineer Staff Writer Vail’s ski season ends in a little more than a week. And with that, construction season begins, and there’s some stuff you should know. First, tourist dollars are the fuel that powers the local economy. Vail called a meeting in town hall to talk to contractors and other professionals in the industry, and provided lots of coffee and donuts to make sure they showed up. The muffins pretty much stayed in the box; this was a donut crowd. “We’ll try to minimize the effect on our guests,” said Tom Kassmall, Vail’s town engineer. Mostly, the Body Politic feels effected by noise and parking, said Steve Wright, commander with the Vail police department. Complainers talk a lot about quality of life issues, like noise and parking. “The town of Vail noise ordinance reads like the wiring diagram of the space shuttle. It’s a little strange,” Wright told the crowd, repeatedly giving them his phone number so they could read it for themselves. The noise is measured by zoning and decibel levels. Where you’re working makes a difference in how much noise you can make. Then there’s parking. “Parking in the town of Vail is a fascinating issue,” Wright said. Fascinating certainly, but not terribly complicated. “Unless you have a permit, on-street parking is not allowed on your construction project,” Wright said. “The issue is when the subcontractors and suppliers show up at your site and they’re stacked three and four deep. That makes guests think they can park there, too.” They cannot, at least not lawfully. The object is to keep people, traffic and disposable income moving smoothly.

“We try to create an atmosphere in which people can come here and spend as much money as possible,” Wright said, cutting to the heart of the matter like a laser. Welcome back Carter Wright and the Vail police officers are happy to deal with theft from construction sites, but would rather not, especially when it’s a self inflicted wound. “Secure your stuff in a box, and secure you box to something immoveable,” Wright said. Besides entire tool boxes, thieves will also steal anything made of copper, Wright said. Then he held up an arrest mug shot of Clarence Carter. Apparently it was one of a rather growing collection of Carter’s mug shots. He steals stuff from construction sites along the I-70 corridor, hauls it CARTER back to the Front Range and sells it, Wright said. The Vail police have arrested him six times, robbing construction sites in Vail, Wright said. “If you see him anywhere near your site, call us as quickly as you can,” Wright said. “He’s good, I gotta give the guy credit. He has stolen a lot of stuff over the years. He’s been arrested for stealing from six different construction sites, just in Vail. Sing a happy song To make sure everyone is singing from the same hymnal, Vail will host weekly construction meetings, beginning next week. The kickoff meeting was Friday morning. The weekly meetings begin Tuesday at 9 a.m., in the Vail Public Library. If your in the construction building industry, or are a neighbor of a construction projects, you’ll do well to be there.

The Solaris Residences in Vail Village unwrapped the southwest corner of the building earlier this year, revealing what the finished project will look like. The recently unveiled wing of the edifice contains the first finished apartment, and those interested in the project are welcome to take a look at what a finished residence will look like at Solaris. The Solaris Residences and Solaris Plaza, scheduled for completion in 2010, will consist of 77 private residences, an open-air ice skating rink, movie theater, bowling alley and retail center. Avery Cunliffe photo.

Free parking starts April 18, after the mountain closes. And one more thing. Builders take note: Those documents that contractors get approved are what they’re expected to build. If they make changes without telling the town’s planning department, it’s not going to go well when it comes time for the town to inspect a project, so people can actually use the building.


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This Eagle County Charter Academy kindergarten class visited Alpenrose Restaurant in Vail Village yesterday as part of Careers in the Community Unit. Stefan Kohlhofer, father of kindergarten student Sebastian, played the accordion as entertainment. The tall guy behind him is Alpenrose Chef Gunther Schmidt, grandfather of ECCA student Anders Schmidt, who wowed the class with how fast he can chop an onion. Avery Cunliffe photo.

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Battle Mountain High School’s ProStart team brought home the eighth state championship in the program’s 12 years, and heads for the national championships in Kansas City later this month. The team is, from left, Culinary Arts Teacher Sharon Wible, JonPaul Ferzacca, Zander Lucero, Clint Hervert Cliff Rodrick, and Mentor Chef Paul Ferzacca.

Taste test the nation’s best Battle Mountain ProStart team wins 8th state title, heading for nationals By Randy Wyrick Mountaineer Staff Writer If Battle Mountain’s ProStart team is the UCLA basketball of the culinary arts, and they are, then Sharon Wible is the Wizard of Westwood. Battle Mountain brought home its eighth state championship in the program’s 12 years. It goes in the trophy case beside their national championship trophy and two national runner up awards. The team - JonPaul Ferzacca, Zander Lucero, Clint Hervert and Cliff Rodrick will compete for another national championship April 30, representing Colorado as they travel to Kansas City. They’re this good because they practice that hard - four hours a day, beginning at 6 a.m. Try to get teenagers to do anything four hours a day, at least anything that doesn’t involve a reality show or a video game. Wible is the Battle Mountain culinary teacher and runs the school’s ProStart program. She has been around for seven of those state titles. “We have some great help and great mentor chefs,” she said. Four chefs, one goal The four-man team had less than an hour to prepare their state championship three-course meal of smoked trout agnolotti, pan-roasted Colorado lamb loin and marscopone ice box cake. Mentor Chefs Paul Ferzacca, Tom Walker and Todd Rymer help teach them how. If something works, you stay with it, and they’ll prepare the same meal for the judges at the national championships later this month.



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The Battle Mountain ProStart team just won its eighth state title and competes for a national crown later this month. The team needs donations to help pay travel expenses to the National ProStart competition in Kansas City. Contact coach Sharon Wible at or 471-3364. “I am so appreciative of the Mentor Chefs giving their time, energy and expertise to help these students fine-tune their skills in order to succeed in competition,” said Wible. “We couldn’t do it without them.” Four chefs, two burners At the nationals, the students are assigned either an appetizer, entrée or dessert. The fourth team member is a floater, helping hold the effort together by assisting the others in prepping the food, finishing their respective dishes and ensuring cleanliness and presentation. It can be stressful. The four-man team creates two full meals on two preparation tables and only two burners. One goes to the judges and one to the presentation table. At the nationals they’ll have two hours, instead of the one hour they had at the state championships. The judging criteria remains the same. Among the criteria on which they’ll be judged are compilation of the menu, knife skills, mise-en-place (everything in its place), sanitation, skill level, taste, teamwork, communication, plate presentation, costing out of the menu and a question/answer session with the judges. The ProStart program was launched by the Colorado Restaurant Association, and has grown into the largest career education program in the country under the National Restaurant Association.


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Tyler T loves the the aggressive acoustic guitar sounds of songwriters like Ani DiFranco, Keller Williams and Kaki King. There are also traces of high energy electronica and techno beats rumbling under the grooves he creates, and he draws inspiration from Classical and Avant Garde music, as well as music from all over the world. Tyler gets his vocal timbre from growing up listening to early grunge and his improvisational spirit from listening to artists like Frank Zappa and the Grateful Dead. He has held on to a musical vibe that has an â&#x20AC;&#x153;organicâ&#x20AC;? feeling. He has always been fond of using sounds that have certain earthy tones to them such as natural percussion (marimbas and xylophones), woodwind instruments, and acoustic instruments. The show starts at 9 p.m. and is free.

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Never a group to be pigeonholed, Lotus brings many musical weapons to the stage. From festival stages such as Rothbury, Wakarusa and Red Rocks to theaters across the country the band has left grinning crowds dripping with sweat. Equal parts dance and rock, Lotus has been crafting a unique brand of instrumental rock for the past decade. The big light show and pounding beats may be club inspired, but the bandâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ability to connect with the audience through emotive composition and dynamic improvisation pushes performances past the elusive barrier dividing concert and experience. $20 ticketed show tonight at â&#x20AC;&#x153;10 pm-ishâ&#x20AC;?, followed by free show tomorrow at 5:30 p.m.

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John Brownâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Bodyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x153;Future Rootsâ&#x20AC;? uses reggae as a foundation, but incorporates dub, drum and bass, dancehall, hip hop and other musical experiments and exploration to create a sound both timeless and forward. JBBâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s live show has the kind of organic, body-rocking sound thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s only possible with an 8-piece band where air tight drum and bass, a three piece horn section, and â&#x20AC;&#x153;the most gorgeous melodies in all of modern reggae musicâ&#x20AC;? meet a dubbed-out sound engineer. In 2006, John Brownâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Body found itself at a crossroads, when the death of bassist Scott Palmer broke the bandâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s heart. After the tragedy, several longtime members left the group. But, a strange thing happened to the band staring at its own mortality: somehow, JBB emerged transformed and inspired. A vital, creative energy sprang from the bandâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s new

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The acoustic rock/pop duo of Ted Hammock and Matt Fisher is influenced by G. Love, Dispatch, Sublime and Jack Johnson. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I love more chill stripped down acoustic music,â&#x20AC;? says Hammock. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I love the gauntlet of human emotion and the feelings that people experience.â&#x20AC;? Show starts at 10 p.m. with cheap drinks as always.

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By Geoff Mintz Mountaineer Staff Writer The Steadman Clinic is getting involved with the STOP Youth Sports Injuries program, a national, multicenter site study to help prevent overuse injures in baseball-playing kids. Dr. Peter Millet of the Steadman Clinic is helping bring the program to Vail by providing coaches’ sessions as well as young athlete screens through WECMRD. Dr. Millett was recently interviewed about this increasingly prevalent issue for an article published last week in the Wall Street Journal. “Surgeons say the incidence of youth sports injuries is rising. Some of the increase comes from the growing number of kids who participate in sports. Another factor is the increasing number of kids who specialize in a single sport at young ages and who play year-round,” Robert A. Guth MILLET writes in “Red Flag on Kids, Sports and Injuries,” published in the Wall Street Journal. “They’re putting more stress on their growing skeletons,” Dr. Millett says in the piece. “We’re seeing injury patterns that we haven’t seen before at high levels.” The STOP Sports Injuries campaign will educate athletes, parents, trainers, coaches and health care providers about the rapid increase in youth sports injuries, the necessary steps to help reverse the trend and the need to keep young athletes healthy. The campaign’s highlights include teaching proper prevention techniques, discussing the need for open communication between everyone involved in young

athletes’ lives, and encouraging those affected to sign The Pledge, available on the organization’s Web site, Sports injuries among young athletes are on the rise. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), high school athletes, alone, account for an estimated two million injuries, 500,000 doctor visits and 30,000 hospitalizations every year. “Our goal is to make sports safer for kids and to prevent injuries. We endorse an active lifestyle and clearly support the health and leadership skills that sports provide, but at the same time we also want to provide better prevention, understanding, and treatment for athletic injuries in our youth,” said Millett. The high rate of youth sports injuries is fueled by an increase in overuse and trauma injuries and a lack of attention paid to proper injury prevention. According to the CDC, more than half of all sports injuries in children are preventable. “Regardless of whether the athlete is a professional, an amateur, an Olympian or a young recreational athlete, the number of sports injuries is increasing – but the escalation of injuries in kids is the most alarming,” said Dr. James Andrews, president of the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine (AOSSM) and STOP Sports Injuries Co-Campaign Chair. “Armed with the correct information and tools, today’s young athletes can remain healthy, play safe, and stay in the game for life.” Supporting the STOP Sports Injuries campaign are the country’s leading sports medicine organizations along with professional athletes and business leaders who have signed on as members of the campaign’s Council of Champions. This Council will help raise additional awareness about this growing epidemic of youth sports injuries. Some of the founding members of the Council include former Olympic champions Christie Rampone, Eric Heiden and Bonnie Blair, professional golfer Jack Nicklaus, NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Bart Starr, MLB baseball player John Smoltz, NFL Hall of Fame defensive end Howie Long, and Heisman Trophy winner Sam Bradford.

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Rep. Bart Stupak insists that tea party activists outraged over his crucial support of health care legislation didn’t run him out of office, but his decision to retire gives conservatives a rallying point as they target Democrats in the midterm elections. The congressman, an anti-abortion Democrat whose high-profile role in the “Obamacare” debate earned him enemies on the left and the right, said Friday that he’s leaving because he’s tired and has accomplished his No. 1 goal: improving health care. “The tea party did not run me out,” Stupak told The Associated Press in a phone interview. “If you know me and my personality, I would welcome the challenge.” Stupak had been a consistent landslide winner in his sprawling northern Michigan district, and the opening now offers Republicans a ripe opportunity to regain a seat they held for decades until Stupak prevailed in 1992.

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Dame Elizabeth Taylor may soon be walking down the aisle ... for the ninth time, reports Us Magazine. A source close to the Oscar-winning actress, 78, tells Us Magazine exclusively that Taylor recently got engaged to Jason Winters, 49, of Sterling Winters Management. Taylor -- who now predominantly uses a wheelchair -- and Winters -- who recently became Janet Jackson’s new manager -- have yet to confirm the news, according to Us Magazine. Another insider, said in Us Magazine’s report: “It’s no secret that they’ve been together forever and are in love, so it wouldn’t be a surprise if they were engaged. Right now they are keeping it between them.”

Obama and Palin mix it up

President Barack Obama and Republican Sarah Palin sparred from a distance over nuclear policy with each questioning the other’s experience on the issue in a potential preview of the 2012 White House race. “Unbelievable,’’ Palin said earlier this week after Obama rewrote the U.S. nuclear strategy, and she suggested the president was weak on nuclear defense.


Obama, in Prague to sign a nuclear reduction treaty with Russia, countered by deriding the former Alaska governor who resigned midway through her first term as ‘’not much of an expert’’ on nuclear issues. Palin then shot back yesterday during a speech to the Southern Republican Leadership Conference in New Orleans with a reference to Obama’s early career choice. Mocking the president, she dismissed ‘’all the vast nuclear experience that he acquired as a community organizer.’’ Playing out over several days and across the globe, the spat foreshadowed what the country could see come the next presidential race should Palin run for president and win the GOP nomination.

Qatari comedian banned from United return flight

A Qatari diplomat who created a bomb scare midflight earlier this week tried boarding the same airline for his return flight to Washington. United Airlines said, “No.” United spokesman Mike Trevino says they banned Mohammed Al-Madadi (Al-Mah-DAH-dee) from a United flight Thursday because he violated airline and Federal Aviation Administration policies when he tried smoking on a flight from Washington to Denver Wednesday. When caught, Al-Madadi’s awkward joke about setting his shoes on fire prompted a bomb scare and an F-16 escort to Denver International Airport. The U.S. is not filing charges against the diplomat after receiving assurances from Qatar that Al-Madadi will be sent home, officials said.

Netanyahu to skip nuke conference

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s decision to abruptly cancel a trip to a nuclear conference in Washington spotlighted a key sore point Friday in international nonproliferation efforts: Israel’s own atomic weapons. The Jewish state wants to help lead the charge against allowing nuclear weapons to end up in undesirable hands, even when nobody doubts that Israel itself possesses them. An Israeli official said Friday that Netanyahu called off his trip after his government received word that participants at next week’s conference would “push an Israel-bashing agenda.” He and other officials spoke on condition of anonymity because of the government’s reluctance to allow its members to speak publicly about nuclear-related issues.

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Gas hits $9 a gallon in UK

The $9 gallon arrived at Britain’s petrol pumps yesterday as motorists ­continue to be hammered by Labour, reports the Daily Express. Unleaded hit an average of 119.9 pence a liter for the first time ever, breaking the previous July 2008 record of 119.7 pence. But some gas stations are already charging 131.9 pence a liter – or just a penny short of the $9 a gallon, reports the Express. “This is a dark day for Britain’s hard-pressed motorists,” said the RAC in the Express, and there is worse to come, warned experts Thursday night.

Coca Cola and Innocent Drinks

US soft drinks giant Coca-Cola has taken a majority stake in fast-expanding British smoothie maker Innocent Drinks, but its founders said yesterday, according to an Agency French Press report, that operational control would stay in their hands. Coca-Cola increased its stake in Innocent to 58 percent, one year after taking an initial 18 percent share, reports the AFP. In a statement, cited by the AFP, Innocent’s three cofounders said they would continue to run their ethically minded company -- which donates 10 percent of its profits to charity -- despite their reduced holdings.

Clinton on nukes

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after the Nov. 5 shooting spree that left him paralyzed. He is charged with 13 counts of premeditated murder and 32 counts of attempted premeditated murder. Yesterday Hasan was moved to jail from a military hospital and early reports by CBS that Hasan may have been paralyzed from the waist down were validated. Hasan was most likely paralyzed by the shots fired from police officers that ended his killing spree.

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Phoebe Prince, the Massachusetts high school freshman who took her own life after what prosecutors called relentless bullying by classmates, spoke to a school administrator one week before her death about a threat of physical violence, court documents reveal. The documents, filed in connection with charges against six South Hadley High School students, raise new questions about how much school officials knew about the bullying. They also provide a glimpse into the final, tortured hours of Prince’s life shortly before the 15-year-old hanged herself at home Jan. 14. On Jan. 7, according to the documents, Prince went to a school administrator after learning that one of the defendants, Flannery Mullins, had told fellow students that she was going to “beat Phoebe up” and that she “needed to watch out at break after second block.” The documents do not reveal the official to whom Prince spoke or provide details of the conversation.

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, a potential presidential candidate in 2012, called Barack Obama on Thursday “the most radical president in American history” who oversees a “secular, socialist machine.” Gingrich reminded conservative activists why he was one of the nation’s most polarizing leaders in the 1990s, opening the Southern Republican Leadership Conference with a biting assessment of Obama’s policies. “The most radical president in American history has now thrown down the gauntlet to the American people: ‘I run a machine. I own Washington and there’s nothing you can do about it,’” Gingrich said. He urged his fellow Republicans to stop what he called Obama’s “secular, socialist machine.”

Jimmy Kimmel fired

A longtime Colorado judge has been fired after issuing an arrest warrant for a teenager over an overdue library DVD. Municipal Judge James Kimmel issued the warrant after 19-year-old Aaron Henson failed to show up in court Jan. 14 over the overdue DVD, “House of Flying Daggers.” On Jan. 25, police stopped the teen for speeding and held him for nearly eight hours after discovering the warrant. Henson had moved and didn’t receive the summons to court. The teen said he had packed the DVD in a box, and returned it about a week before Henson issued the warrant. The library notified the judge the DVD was back. The Littleton City Council fired Kimmel, a judge for nearly 30 years, at its meeting Tuesday night. Kimmel declined to comment to The Denver Post.

Fort Hood terrorist paralyzed from waist down

The Army psychiatrist charged in a deadly shooting spree at Fort Hood will be kept isolated from other inmates at the Texas jail where he’s been transferred. Maj. Nidal Hasan was airlifted from a San Antonio military hospital to the Bell County Jail in Belton at about 4 a.m. Friday. Sheriff Dan Smith says Hasan will be kept in a cell in the jail infirmary and will be under 24-hour watch. Smith did not say whether Hasan is under guard because of fears for his safety or others. Hasan had been at the military hospital since shortly

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First Lady Michelle Obama flies to Mexico City on Tuesday for her first solo international trip, which will include events with youths, women, and dinner with Mexican President Felipe Calderon and his wife, Margarita Zavala, writes Lynn Sweet of Politics Daily. That dinner will be at Los Pinos, the official Mexican presidential residence. President Obama and Mrs. Obama will reciprocate on a grand scale when they host a state dinner for Calderon and Mrs. Zavala at the White House on May 19. Mrs. Obama has never been to Mexico, and the Tuesday-Thursday visit will draw enormous interest, according to Sweet’s report. “It will be on the front pages of every single newspaper in Mexico,” Mexico’s ambassador to the U.S., Arturo Sarukhan, told Sweet when they talked on Thursday in the Mexican Embassy a few blocks from the White House. According to Sweet, Mrs. Obama’s stay in Mexico City is designed to emphasize the close relationship between the two countries, even as leaders of both nations wrestle with the cross-border problem of drug use in the U.S. and escalating violence among drug cartels in Mexico.

Kerrigan’s brother charged with manslaughter

The brother of figure skater Nancy Kerrigan was

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charged with manslaughter in the death of their 70-yearold father in what prosecutors called a drunken rage during a trivial argument over use of the family telephone, the Middlesex, Mass. district attorney’s office said Thursday. Mark Kerrigan, 45, was indicted by a Middlesex Superior Court grand jury in the Jan. 24 death of Daniel Kerrigan. He had already been charged with assault and battery on an elderly person resulting in serious bodily injury. Since being released on bail after a psychiatric evaluation, he has been living with his mother in the family’s Stoneham home, where the alleged assault took place.

Ballan suspended amid doping investigation

BMC Racing has suspended former cycling world champion Alessandro Ballan because of his implication in a doping investigation in Italy, the American team said on Friday. Ballan, 30, and Mauro Santambrogio, who has also been suspended, are both former members of the Lampre team which has been targeted by the investigation. “It has come to our attention that two of our riders, Alessandro Ballan and Mauro Santambrogio, are the subject of an investigation by Italian authorities stemming from incidents that took place more than two years ago,” BMC team president Jim Ochowicz said in a statement. “The BMC Racing Team and its members were not aware of this investigation until a few days ago and we hope to obtain more information about the proceedings. However, we have already made the decision to withhold the two from competition, in accordance with the BMC Racing Team’s own policy and the UCI’s Code of Conduct.”

Rodriguez wins stage-5 of Basque Country, Valverde leads

Joaquim Rodriguez of Spain won the fifth stage of the Tour of the Basque Country on Friday ahead of compatriot Samuel Sanchez. Another Spaniard, Alejandro Valverde who finished third, retained the overall lead. Rodriguez crossed the finish alone after 170 kilometers in the historical Basque Country in Northern Spain. Samuel Sanchez crossed 14 seconds later to take second place, while Alejandro Valverde, Chris Horner and Sandy Casar came in 20 seconds off of the lead to keep the general classification stable. The stage was marked with a long escape consisting of Txurruka, Albasini, Rabunal, Calzati, Russ, Martinez, Kolobnev, Navarro, Efimkin and Loosli. Txurrka was the last to retire even though he had a fall while leading the race. Today’s sixth and final stage is a 22 km time trial. —Update stories, unless otherwise cited, appear courtesy The Associated Press

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KARIN AND JAMIE WERE OUT AND ABOUT IN VAIL VILLAGE. Karin who was up skiing Vail said the mountain is in great shape.

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VINTAGE DAYS AT THE BEAVâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; dayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s induction at Village Hall in Beaver Creek marked the first time Colorado has played host to the prestigious ceremony. The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame is joined in by the Colorado Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame located in Vail in hosting the induction, with proceeds benefiting both historical organizations.

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Where to get wooden skis If you want to participate in the first annual Jimmie Heuga Memorial Vintage Ski Race, but donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t think you can track down the old gear, Richard Allen has a limited supply of wood and medal skis that he is willing to bring to the race. You can rent skis from his company â&#x20AC;&#x153;Richard Allenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Vintage Ski World,â&#x20AC;? but you must get in touch with him this morning. His number is 1-800 332-6323.

Local Sarah Will inducted The adaptive skiing champions are the first to be named to the Hall of Fame since the late Diana Golden Brosnihan was named in 1997. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the largest class of inductees since 1984 for the Hall of Fame, which is located Michiganâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Upper Peninsula â&#x20AC;&#x201C; the birthplace of organized ski competition in 1905. Sarah Will was paralyzed in a skiing accident in 1988 and won 12 medals competing at four Paralympic Games. She swept the gold medals at Salt Lake City in 2002. Shortly after her accident she read Hall of Famer Hal Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Learyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s book on adaptive skiing and started to train at Winter Park in Colorado. Within three years she won gold medals in the downhill and super G at the 1992 Paralympic Games. With Waddell, she started an adaptive skiing program at Vail and was recently recognized by the United States Olympic Hall of Fame to go along with honors accorded her in 2004 by the Colorado Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Chris Waddell and Sarah Will were model athletes,â&#x20AC;? said U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association President and CEO Bill Marolt. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Not only did they have the perseverance and drive to accomplish great athletic goals, but both have given back to their sport their entire careers. It was an honor to work with them as members of the U.S. Adaptive Ski Team.â&#x20AC;? The late Stu Campbell lived in Stowe, VT and was a writer, instructor and resort executive who impacted millions of American skiers over a career that spanned five decades. The late Doug Coombs may be the most recognizable skier in this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s class for his appearances in many ski films. He died while attempting to res-

Colorado Ski and Snowboard Museum Curator Museum Erica Garcia Lloyd displays a set of wooden skis from 1890-1910, along with some old gear to compliment the sticks yesterday in Vail. Lloyd will be one of the ski history enthusiasts on hand today at the Jimmie Heuga Memorial Vintage Ski Race on Beaver Creekâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Hay Meadow race course, where racers will compete on wooden and metal skis. Avery Cunliffe photo.

cue a friend in a skiing accident in 2006 near Chamonix, France. The late Paul Robbins spent three decades as a ski journalist and a U.S. Ski Team press officer. He possessed an encyclopedic knowledge of skiing and ski


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were instrumental in telling our U.S. Ski Team story for three decades.â&#x20AC;? Ansten Samuelstuen from Louisville first arrived in the United States in 1951 and competed for the United States on two Olympic teams and was the top U.S. jumper with a seventh place finish at the 1960 Olympic Games in Squaw Valley. The Jimmie Heuga Memorial Vintage Ski Race will run from noon-2:00 p.m. Saturday on Hay Meadow, with the top finishes in the adult and childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s wood and metal ski divisions winning an Epic Pass for next year. Heuga, who won Olympic bronze in the 1964 slalom behind teammate and silver medalist Billy Kidd, dedicated his life to bettering the lives of multiple sclerosis victims after becoming afflicted with the disease himself. Nominations for Honored Membership in the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame are received throughout the year from across the country. A Selection Committee under the chairmanship of Paul Bousquet reviews all nominations. Successful nominations are placed on a ballot that in 2009 was voted on by a panel of 100 electors. This yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s class brings the number of Honored Members to 368. â&#x20AC;&#x201C; The U.S. Ski Team Press Office contributed to this report

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Lovely, spacious 4BD, 2.5BA townhome. 1,800 sq ft, gas heat, adjacent Gypsum Elementary, reasonable.

1BD/1BA Partially Furnished. N/S, N/P. Best views in Vail. Ground level w W/D, 3 TV’s, wood burning fire place, deck, gas bbq. Bus. Available now. 1063 Vail View Dr. #5

3 bedroom, 1 bath, on the river, W/D. First, Last, and Security.

Call 970-390-4285 or

Call 970.949.6183 or 970.827.5247

2 and 3 BD furnished condos in Sandstone.

3BD, Furnished or Unfurnished. Telemark townhouse, fireplace, recently remodeled, pool.

Call 303.665.3418


Cogswell Properties Call 970.390.8688 2 - 3 BD Condo in Sun Vail NS/NP, Furnished

Large one BD furnished in Evergreen Lodge. Mountain view w/ balcony, fireplace and reserved indoor parking spot. Long term rental. Call 970.476.7615

Call 970.476.0900

Commercial Corner

Recently remodeled 2,111 sf unit High quality finishes throughout Ideal for retail or office use High visibility location with great access

Storage unit big enough for a car or SUV. April thru May31.


90 Metcalf Rd

Larry Wolfe, Prudential

Call 970.390.7566

2BD, 2BA, sunny TH, part furnished, two decks, W/D


2BD, 2BA at Simba Run. 6 month or yearly lease. Fully furnished, remodeled kitchen, W/D, N/P, N/S. On the bus route, 1 mile from Vail Village, huge pool, 2 hot tubs, fitness rm, steam and saunas, tennis courts

3BD, 2.5 BA Rustic log Duplex in Lake Creek, no garage, incredible views, Pets welcome.

4 Bedroom/3 bath unfurnished. Pellet stove- pool on property.

Large 2Bd/1Ba with great views, private entrance, W/D, NS, prefer no pets but, will consider a well behaved dog.

3 bedroom, fully furnished, 1 car garage. On bus route.

Best Condo in Avon! 2BD, 2BA, Furnished. W/D, deck, slope views. N/P, N/S. Last month free with year lease. Minutes to rec center, library, on bus.

3BD/2 BA on River at River Pines. Underground parking, unfurnished. N/S, N/P

Call Andy 970.422.6258

Call Tim 575.973.8697 Private 1st floor 1BD, 1BA Greenbrier Townhomes. Walk-in closet. W/D. Views, great sun. Fully stocked kitchen.

Rentals Available. Studio unit

$200 total

Warehouse space, several sizes available from 950 - 3158 sqft., large overhead doors, 1/2 bath with office space or for storage

Two 3,500 sq ft units available. Office Space + Warehouse, Great Hwy 6 Exposure, Plenty of Parking, Nice Tenant Finishes, 12 ft garage doors.

Call for Pricing

Commercial Riverwalk Office. Professional office suite with use of conference room, reception area, copier and heat included

$675/month Contact Joe

970.390.2525 -


Current use is a restaurant, space would also be great retail or professional office. Located next door to Ptarmigan Sports in the heart of Riverwalk District.

D-3 - 3500 sq. ft. includes 300 sq. ft. Studio apartment. D-4 - 4000 sq. ft. includes 1200 sq. ft. 2 BD, 2 BA apartment.

Ideal Edwards location. Mixed Business/ Retail space available. Bank approved 100% financing available to qualified buyers.

High visibility ground floor office space, Main Street. 1,200 sf. Available immediately.

Space in Cascade Village w/ direct access to Cascade Resort and Cascade Club and skiin, ski-out access. Space is being sold furnished. Currently Sushi Oki.

175 Main St

D-3, $399,000 D-4, $649,000 Dave Peterson, Dave Peterson Electric


$5 per SF + Utilities

1310 Westhaven Dr

John Nilsson, Sonnenalp Real Estate

Gil Fancher, Sonnenalp Real Estate



Nestled against a beautiful hillside and boasting magnificent views, this residence features an open floorplan, 5 Bedrooms, and is steps to world-class skiing and golf.

Ideal Arrowhead ski and golf condo. 2BD, 3BA in excellent condition next to Country Club of the Rockies golf, Vista Restaurant and Arrowhead ski lift. Fully furnished.

508E East Arrowhead Drive

Season’s at Arrowhead #208

Suzi Apple, Gateway Land & Developement

Gary Pesso, Sonnenalp Real Estate




Gil Fancher, Sonnenalp Real Estate



Bold Real Estate Solutions

Onie Bolduc or Pat Doherty

Call 970.390.4561







Prime Commercial space now available! Excellent rates, great location, easy access, learge atrium, lots of parking, fitness center, private ski shuttle, on TOV bus route

Call for Pricing






Lodge at Brookside unit. Deed restricted. 1BD, 1.5BA, 750 sq ft. Covered Parking. Access to common amenities, including Pool HOA’s.

Great 2 BD condo in Chapel Square. Great rental history. Southern views. Offered fully furnished. Convenient to everything. Walkable distance to the gondola.

Charming 2 BD condo with 1 car garage. Top floor with great views, walk to the gondola and on bus route. Fully furnished and priced to sell.

2BD condo w/ 1 car garage. Patio level, rm for small garden or to plant flowers during off season. Steps from Beaver Creek and central to Avon Gondola. On bus route.

Seller needs to sell! Single family home with ski in access. Exterior moss rock finish and heavy timber. Large family room, wet bar, media room, elevator and hot tub.

Sale Price $218,198.76





178 Wayne Creek $4,995,000

Terry Hoffman, Hoffman West Real Estate



Avon Crossing

Julie Retzlaff, Sonnenalp Real Estate


Avon Crossing

Dani Stoltz, Sullivan Nicholas & Co.

970.977.0560 - V318411

Gil Fancher, Sonnenalp Real Estate


office. A large stone patio, a hillside gazebo and tasteful landscaping provide marvelous outdoor living options. 55 McDonald

Price: $2,395,000

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Down Valley Contact: Cathy Miskell (970)376-7227, Opportunities 275 Robin’s Egg 3 bdrm, unfinished basement, 1,539 sq. ft. $389,000

Property has prepaid the $48,000 special assessment. This 2 BD, 3BA ski in/out large condo has attractive furniture package & easy walking distance to B.C. Village.

4 bedroom, 4.5 baths, 5,601 sq. ft. $998,900

Douglas Landin at 479-0242

Vail Mountaineer

190 Bunkhouse

83 E. Foxglove Ln.

5 bdrm, 5.5 bath, 4,262 sq. ft. $ 859,000

6 bdrm, 6 bath, 5,436 sq. ft. $ 1,369,000


3BD, 2.5BA, ski in - ski out condo at Beaver Creek Landing. Offered partially furnished and priced to sell.

1522 Square Feet

3 BD, 3BA Large 3rd floor 3 bedroom end unit on one level with views north and west. Ski in/ski out building, easy access to Beaver Creek Village.

2BD, 3 BA, Completely remodeled. Excellent location in the building. Ski in/ ski out location. Easy walk to Beaver Creek Village.

802 Beard Creek Trail. Modern mountain luxury. 5BR, multiple stone verandas, fire pit, large rec room, wine cellar, elevator, & gorgeous views from every room.


#328 Kiva Lodge, 2057 Sq. ft.

#327 Kiva Lodge, 1520 Sq. Ft.

802 Beard Creek Trail

John Warnke, Hoffman West Real Estate

Terry Hoffman, Hoffman West Real Estate

John Warnke, Hoffman West Real Estate

John Warnke, Hoffman West Real Estate

Suzi Apple, Gateway Land & Developement



This is a fantastic corner duplex home lot in Eagle Vail with approved plans by TAB Associates.

Offered at $949,000




11,026 sf masterpiece, insp by romantic style found in Italian mtn villages. Stone terraces overlooking Spring Creek, 2 acres of open space, unrivaled outdoor living.

3BD, 2.5BA, Juniper Hills end-unit condo. Across from Eagle elementary school, close to downtown. Good condition, great rental history. Low condo dues.

Perched above the Eagle Ranch Golf Course w/ 360 degree views of the surrounding mtns. This lot has full custom plans, soil tests & surveys ready to go!!

50 Spring Creek


Suzi Apple, Gateway Land & Developement

Mary Isom, Sonnenalp Real Estate

.65 Acre Lot Offered below competition @ $150,000



1429 Deer Blvd



Linda Miner, Sonnenalp Real Estate

Gil Fancher, Sonnenalp Real Estate

Great 3 BD second floor condo with vaulted ceilings and sunny deck. Recently remodeled with new kitchen, paint and carpet. Pitkin Creek has pool and hot tub.

East Vail’s Best Value! 5BD, almost 5,000 sf. New luxury construction on Gore Creek with spectacular waterfall views from master bedroom.

2BD plus loft duplex on one of the best sites in East Vail. Beautiful views and no highway noise. A rare find.

4 Bedroom, 3 Bath + Office, 3 Car Garage, Irrigated Horse Property, Up to 4 Horses.

Pitkin Creek 10 E

5034 Main Gore Drive

916 Mayne Street



Gil Fancher, Sonnenalp Real Estate

John Nilsson, Sonnenalp Real Estate

Sue Rychel



Price Reduced $480,000


Beautiful 5 Bedroom, 4.5 bathroom Willowstone Home. 2 car garage, fenced yard for toys, Huge walkout guest suite, Hot tub on the deck. Short Sale.

Low 3 Millions



970.477.5730 -

Amazing price on a Quail Run Townhome. 3 Bedroom, 3 Bath with lots of upgrades. Hardwood Floors, berber carpet, tile, and wood trim. 100% Financing to Qualified Buyers

New 3BR 3Ba SF homes. Featuring Lake Creek views, hardwood floors, stone FPs, & large covered deck.





Wonderful 3BD, 2.5BA duplex w large bonus rm. Gourmet kitchen with granite counter and stainless steel appliances. Fireplaces, hardwood floors, 2 car garage.



5 Bd spacious home w/fenced yard for privacy, cul-de-sac location, amazing storage and bonus rooms, convenient location to fine dining, skiing, golf, and shopping are all just out your front door.

$649,000 Tracy Bossow, Prudential Colorado Prop.


Possible Short Sale. Price reduced 22%! Enjoy the Eagle River in the Willowstone neighborhood, 3 BD, 2.5BA. Low HOA fee and low taxes.

NOW $285,500

Keller Williams Mountain Properties Ken Rue or Dari Laidman

970.393.3191 or 970.376.0466

Price Reduced AGAIN! Beautiful 3BD/BA remodel w stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and hardwood floors. TOV free bus out front door.

709 Edwards Village Blvd

250 Hackmore Road - Singletree

Bob New, Colorado Mountain Properties

Bob New, Colorado Mountain Properties

Gary Pesso, Sonnenalp Real Estate

Tyra Rudrud, Sonnenalp Real Estate



Suzi Apple, Gateway Land & Developement

Five available. This is your chance to buy a luxury property in Vail at 40% off! Call for a showing today.

2BD, 2BA, Completely renovated w/ beautiful new furnishings Impressive rentals w/ an outstanding management company. Reduced to sell.

European constructed 5BD Chalet built in 2005 w contemporary finishes. Offering family floor plan w landscaped yard and nanny lock-off, close to bus stop.

Best fractional value offered in Vail Village, on Gore Creek. Includes valet parking, bellmen, front desk, pool, spa, athletic club, ski valet, storage and maid service.

Opportunity to own Christmas and New Years weeks FOREVER in this 3BD/4BA condo in Vail Plaza Club, interval ownership.

Marriot Mark Lodge 387-9

1718 Geneva Drive

Austria Haus Club

Vail Plaza Club

Sue Rychel, Slifer Smith & Frampton

Tyra Rudrud, Sonnenalp Real Estate

Jean Mitchell, Sonnenalp Real Estate

Terry Hoffman, Hoffman West Real Estate

90 Willowstone Place


Manor Vail Penthouses Sue Rychel

970.477.5730 -


970.477.5730 -

Village Center 3C/D, 3BD + Study Condo overlooking Gore Creek. Spectacular views of Vail Mountain. Totally remodeled. Two parking spaces included.

Great rental income. 6BD, 4BA. Long-term leases in place. Seller Financing available.



Jean Mitchell, Sonnenalp Real Estate


2860 Basingdale Blvd Sue Rychel

970.477.5730 -






Priced from $205,00 - $360,000


1746 W Gore Creek Drive





Extraordinary certified Built Green single family in sunny West Vail. 4BD , 2 car garage has patio w/ hot tub. Easily located on Vail bus route. Big views of Gore Range.

This masterpeice sits on the Eagle River and features 4 exquisite bedroom suites, stunning finishes, an expansive covered deck with FP, and dramatic canyon views.

This completely remodeled 3BD/3.5BA mountain contemporary SF home offers exceptional finishes, southern views and open floor plan. Heated drive and entry.

2950 Square Feet

Rainbow Trout Lodge

2610 Arosa Drive

Linda Miner, Sonnenalp Real Estate

Suzi Apple, Gateway Land & Developement

Julie Retzlaff, Sonnenalp Real Estate

Just reduced to $1,780,000







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Cordillera Valley Club - 621 Beard Creek Trail $2,499,000 - Josh Lautenberg 970.390.4127

For directions, more information or to arrange a personal showing of any of our many Vail Valley properties, please contact the listing broker or Sonnenalp Real Estate at 970.477.5300