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Vail Closing Day 2010 Enjoy free BBQ, pond skimming and Guster concert

The World Pond Skimming Championships on Golden Peak at Vail are among the end-of-season traditions begins celebrated today. Jack Affleck photo.

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who will be out and about making sure no one its throwing snowballs or engaging in other forms of “inappropriate behavior.” In case it’s been a little while since you’ve reviewed the old Colorado Ski Safety Act, Vail Mountain is offering a friendly reminder that “using any ski lift or trail while impaired by alcohol or controlled substances is prohibited. Guests are also not permitted to ride lifts, ski or snowboard on Vail Mountain with exposed quantities of alcohol, coolers, suitcase-like carriers, barbeques or similar items.” Security officials were searching all carry-on luggage at Beaver Creek’s closing day. But a spokesperson for Vail says there are no such searches planned for today. One daypack per person (per ride) will be permitted, provided the bag fits in a five-gallon container, according to [See VAIL CLOSES, page 8]

Free Guster show at Checkpoint Charlie today, 4:45 p.m. sharp American alternative rock band Guster will perform at Checkpoint Charlie today. With 12 albums and 13 singles, Guster offers a one-ofa-kind sound through the combination of bongos, cymbals and other drums. Performing together for over a decade, Guster’s live shows have a style of their own. Shows starts promptly at 4:45 p.m.

A lingering volcanic ash plume forced extended no-fly restrictions over much of Europe yesterday, as scientists warned that activity at a volcano in Iceland had increased and showed no sign of abating — a portent of more travel chaos to come. Scientists say that because the volcano is situated below a glacial ice cap, the magma is being cooled quickly, causing explosions and plumes of grit that can be catastrophic to plane engines if prevailing winds are right. “The activity has been quite vigorous overnight, causing the eruption column to grow,” Icelandic geologist Magnus Tumi Gud[See THE UPDATE, pages 9-11]

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The 09-10 Vail ski and snowboard season ends today. There was a whole lot of grumbling about the snow this year, but, with some late-season storms, the season didn’t turn out so bad. Vail enjoyed 305 or so inches of snow, which is slightly below its average of 350 inches and down significantly from the last two years – both were well above 400. Thanks to some April dumps, the mountain will close today with an ample 52-inch mid-mountain base. Closing Day at Vail is one of the most fun days of the year. There’re plenty of corporately organized events, as well as a fair share of grassroots traditions. Without fail, most of the town will congregate at the top of the mountain, enjoying the final hours of ski season in a tradition known as “4-at-4.” With its celebratory atmosphere, 4-at-4 has grown to attract many Vail’s Finest,

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There may be plenty of hints of spring around, there’s also still plenty of time for snowmobile travel before the snow is completely gone. The Vail Pass Winter Recreation Area is very popular for snowmobile use late in the season. Over the past two weeks, back country rangers patrolling the Vail Pass WRA have issued 10 citations for riding snowmobiles in closed areas. With the coming of warm weather, conditions in the Vail Pass area change constantly and trail signing does not always reflect current conditions. Snowmobiles are prohibited in areas where there is less than six inches of packed snow cover. Individual users are responsible for knowing where they can and cannot go in the Vail Pass WRA. Back country rangers patrolling the Vail Pass WRA want to remind all snowmobile users that they must have a valid snowmobile registration, pay the appropriate fees for the Vail Pass WRA, adhere to all travel management regulations and operate only those tracked vehicles designed for over snow travel. Rangers will continue patrols and provide on-site visitor information until the snow melts. Every year there are many cases

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of people getting into tough situations on a snowmobile because they are not prepared for the unexpected situations in which they might find themselves. A great recreation experience is one for which you are well prepared and from which you return safely. The Forest Service offers these guidelines for safe snowmobile travel no matter where you are going or how long you intend to be gone. Respect the land – Know where you are going and plan ahead. Where are the Wilderness Areas? Are there travel restrictions in the area you are planning to use? Know the area you are traveling in and stay on legal routes. What does the weather and daily avalanche report say? Always check these reports for your area before you take off. If a winter storm kicks up you could easily become lost in a blizzard. Getting lost in whiteouts can happen to anyone. Respect others – Have a travel plan. Leave a travel plan of your destination and route with your estimated time of return. If you’re hurt, lost or your snowmobile breaks down, searchers will know where to look for you. Always check in when you return so people don’t

start looking for you unnecessarily. Respect yourself – Be prepared and bring a first aid and survival pack. Always carry a first-aid kit, flashlight (with extra batteries), knife, compass, map, waterproof matches (3 or 4 highway flares are a good idea also), an avalanche beacon and portable shovel with a wide scoop. If lost or stuck, this gear in a waterproof stuff sack or bag, along with extra food and water, could mean the difference in your survival. A great way to start planning for a safe and successful snowmobile trip is to consult with the local office of the US Forest Service. Information about Forest Service offices and National Forest opportunities is available on the internet at http:// www.fs.fed.us/. The Web site of the Colorado Snowmobile Association at http://www.coloradosledcity. com/ is a great place to get up to date trail conditions as well as information on safe and responsible snowmobile recreation. The Colorado Avalanche Information Center at http://avalanche.state.co.us/ is a good place to get the latest information on avalanche danger and avalanche safety.

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Meadow Drive streetscape work begins tomorrow ... Impacted areas will be west of the Solaris project Construction begins tomorrow, April 19 on streetscape improvements associated with the Solaris development project in Vail Village. Impacted areas will be west of the Solaris property line, the north end of Willow Bridge Road, the area of East Meadow Drive directly north of Austria Haus at the pedestrian exit of the parking garage, and the intersection of Village Center Drive with the South Frontage Road. Weitz Construction is the general contractor for the work which is being coordinated by the Town of Vail. The construction schedule will consist of two phases. Phase 1 will run April 19 through June 25 and will include removal of asphalt, installation of utilities and re-paving with asphalt and concrete. Phase 2 will run Sept. 7 through Nov. 15 with work consisting of snowmelt installation and paver installation. To view a map of the construction, visit http://www.vailgov.com/docs/ dl_forms/EastMeadowDriveStreetscape2010.JPG Details for the Phase 1 construction activities are as follows: Phase I - Road closures: The intersection of the South Frontage Road and Village Center Drive. East Meadow Drive at the west boundary of the Solaris Project. East Meadow Drive west of the pedestrian exit of the Vail Village Parking Garage. Willow Bridge Road will be closed approximately 30 feet south of the intersection with East Meadow Drive. Phase I - Alternate Traffic Routes (Bus, Deliveries and Vehicular Traffic): In-town bus route will be re-routed via Frontage Road as needed; updates will be posted at the bus stops. Village Center – Access for deliveries via Willow Bridge Road from the south. Austria Haus – Village Center Drive will be available for access until noon on April 19. Work at the neck down at the bus gate located south of the parking garage pedestrian access as well as vehicle access will be coordinated with Austria Haus management. One Willow Bridge Road – Access for deliveries and parking via Willow Bridge Road through Checkpoint Charlie. Phase I - Pedestrian Access: Village Center: Pedestrian access from the east will be via the west exit of the Vail Village parking structure and East

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Construction begins tomorrow, April 19 on streetscape improvements associated with the Solaris development project in Vail Village. Impacted areas will be west of the Solaris property line, seen here in this Mountaineer file photo from January. 2010 by Avery Cunliffe.

Meadow Drive. Pedestrian access from the west will be via East Meadow Drive and Willow Bridge Road. Pedestrian traffic will be diverted from East Meadow Drive to the Village Center storefront sidewalk. Austria Haus: Pedestrian access from the east will be via the west exit of the Vail Village Parking Structure and East Meadow Drive. Pedestrian access from the West will be via East Meadow Drive and Willow Bridge Road, diverted to the Village Center storefront sidewalk. One Willow Bridge Road: Pedestrian access from the east will be via the west exit of the Vail Village parking structure and East Meadow Drive, via the Village Center storefront sidewalk. Pedestrian access from the west will be via East Meadow Drive and Willow Bridge Road. For more information contact Todd Johnson, Weitz Construction, general contractor, (970) 379-6744 or todd.johnston@weitz.com; Tom Ogg, Solaris, (970) 479-7138; tom.ogg@solarisvail.com; or Todd Oppenheimer, Town of Vail, (970) 390-4678; toppenheimer@vailgov.com; or Chris Delles, Town of Vail, (970) 390-2543; cdelles@vailgov.com.

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$5.2M recycling center open Landfill to host ribbon cutting, tours starting tomorrow By Randy Wyrick Mountaineer Staff Writer Eagle County spent $5.2 million for a state-of-the-art recycling facility at the landfill, and they want you to take a look at it. They’ll host a ribbon cutting ceremony 11:45 a.m. Monday at the Materials Recovery Facility. You can tour the facility from 9 a.m.-noon, Tuesday through Thursday, to see for yourself. If you’re a group, call Jesse Masten at 328-3472. The money to build the recycling center came from fees the landfill generates, money raised when people drive their stuff up there and drop it off. It’s designed to process recycled materials collected in Eagle County and the surrounding area. The MRF, not to be confused with a Smurf even though it’s pronounced the same and both are blue, has been running since January. Before the facility opened, all recyclables in the county were trucked to the Front

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Prescribed burn planned on BLM land in Eagle County 580-acre fire could take place as early as this week Fire officials with the Upper Colorado River Interagency Fire Management are planning a 580-acre prescribed fire this spring on Bureau of Land Management lands in Eagle County about 1.5 miles south of Burns. The burn could take place as early as this week, depending on weather. The burn will only be initiated if conditions are ideal for a safe and effective fire. The prescribed fire is planned to improve wildlife habitat and ecosystem health as well as decrease

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Range or Grand Junction to be sorted and baled, said Ron Rasnic, solid waste manager for Eagle County. “Having this facility removes one of the major barriers to our local recycling programs – the long distance to other markets,” Rasnic said. “We are now able to bring the market to us, reducing costs immensely. Eliminating the transportation problem has removed a large barrier to recycling programs in our area.” At the MRF, collected materials are separated and baled for direct shipment and sale to those who can reuse the materials. For example, paper and cardboard will be sent to paper mills for reprocessing. Glass will be sent to Rocky Mountain Bottling in Denver to be used in manufacturing of beverage bottles. The 14,000 square-foot facility utilizes both mechanized and manual sorting techniques to separate items such as glass, steel, plastic and aluminum containers. Fiber material, newspaper and corrugated cardboard are also processed at the MRF.

the amount of fuel that has built-up in the area. It is targeting oak brush and mountain shrubs. Each prescribed burn conducted by Upper Colorado River has a detailed fire plan developed in advance along with appropriate smoke permits obtained from the state of Colorado. This fire should improve wildlife habitat by stimulating new, more nutritious plant production in the burned area. Because the fire should leave a patchwork of burned and unburned areas, wildlife will

have better areas to feed but also continue to have areas of unburned vegetation that will provide important hiding cover. Since this area hasn’t burned in a number of years, a large amount of debris and other fuels for fires have built-up. This burn will decrease that fuel load, helping reduce the risk of a much larger, unwanted wildfire. For more information about this prescribed fire, call Ody Anderson at 970-876-9030.

Vail bus schedule changes, free parking begins Monday Town of Vail buses will transition to the spring schedule Monday as the 2009-10 ski season comes to a close. The first full day of free parking in the Vail Village and LionsHead parking structures is also April 19 to coincide with reductions in bus service.

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The research that reaches real life Steadman Philippon Research Institute has fun answering important questions If they thought they needed something that would help patients, and didn’t have it, they’d invent it. It’s common practice now that immediately after surgery a patient’s injured joint is in gentle, slow and consistent motion. They thought of that. There’s the hip joint they invented, the gadget that keeps weight and pressure off knee joints after surgery, but allow patients to move around normally.

By Randy Wyrick Mountaineer Staff Writer It doesn’t seem fair that research this important should be this much fun. Walk into the human performance labs of the Steadman Philippon Research Institute and you see people jumping and running and skating and laughing. Lining one wall are boxes of athletic shoes. Hardware, clamps, screws, duct tape are piled on shelves. In front of you is a drill press and you wonder who they use THAT on? On this day, a group of fifth graders from Eagle Valley Elementary School fired slap shots into the same net as the NHL All Stars who visit. They swing golf clubs on the same spot as PGA and LPGA stars. They throw stuff, they squeeze stuff. The researchers leading the tour measure everything except the giggling, and it always ends with the same question: “What did you just learn?” The kids always had a great answer. Questions, questions, answers Steadman Philippon researchers ask themselves that same question all day every day. Their answers have influenced – some say revolutionized – orthopedics. It’s all based on a simple premise: The body’s healing powers can be harnessed and manipulated to improve the natural healing process. Upstairs, in the offices, the data is analyzed and pored through. Everything leads to something better. In the basement lab they map human movements – motion analysis to make sure athletes are getting the most power and efficiency from every movement. A fifth grader, Alex, was fitted with tiny light reflectors the computers could follow, then nailed a slap shot low on the glove side and into the back of the net.

Those who are great and those who will be all get the same great treatment at Vail’s Steadman Philippon Research Institute. A group of fifth graders from Eagle Valley Elementary School toured the facility, running some of the same tests in the human performance lab as professional athletes. The data researchers collect enables doctors and physical therapists help patients heal more quickly, and helps athletes and trainers prevent injuries. Of the eight gold medals won by U.S. alpine skiers in the winter Olympics, seven were won by athletes treated at Steadman. Avery Cunliffe photo.

On the computer screen afterward, he really did look like Peter Forsberg. It’s the same technology used to create video games and movie special effects. The data help physicians treat injuries, and help athletes and trainers prevent injuries. Gold medals made here Not so long ago, Lindsey Vonn suffered injuries that would have cost her a season, or maybe a career. Instead, she showed up at the Steadman Philippon Research Institute, had the work done, did the rehab like she was supposed to

and is now an Olympic hero. She was in some pretty fast company. In this year’s Olympics, Americans won a record eight medals. Seven of those came through the Steadman center. “Everyone breaks something. What matters is how you put it back together,” said John McMurtry, who coached the Olympic alpine skiing team that set the previous record. “Thirty years ago you were done. Now you expect to come back and bettter than before.” McMurtry now helps run the foundation that helps keep the learning and research rolling.

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Evidence-based medicine They do evidence-based medicine at the Steadman Philippon Research Institute. For example, people used to think that anyone over 40 years old should not have their ACL fixed if they blew it out. “We weren’t so certain about that,” McMurtry said. They ran some tests, did some surveys, collected mountains of data and learned that fixing injuries is almost always better. “We found that most patients were doing great as many as eight years out,” McMurtry said. They published their results and changed the way patients are treated – again. History in the making Dr. Richard Steadman played college football for Paul Bear Bryant at Texas A&M. Legend has it that one day Bryant was storming through his troops, grabbed Steadman by the face mask, shook his helmet and barked, “Why are you in college, son?” “I think I want to be a doctor, sir,” the young Steadman replied, sweating under Bryant’s gaze and the Texas sun. “Good!” snapped Bryant. “You’re never gonna be a football player!” As usual, the Bear was right. The rest is history, but it’s history in the making.

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Bovines have been absolved as a global warming culprit -- honest The key to fighting global Road warming – if it exists – would be to climb into the cab of your duScholar al-wheeled diesel pickup truck, and drive with your knees as you motor away from the drive-thru window, consuming a balanced diet consisting of a cheeseburger in each hand. Science has found that the noble cow does not cause global warming. Free-range grasslands, vegetables and vegans cause global warming, and not just the ones who so desperately want to sing lead in the End of the World Glee Club. Stay with me. The science is much more sound than any of the science I see associated with any bit of global warming that’s not keeping my cheeseburger warm. Veggies are really bad for you, lethal in fact, but

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only if they’re swallowed. People died from e coli after eating spinach, which we always told our mom would happen if we ate spinach. She didn’t believe us, and made us do all sorts of unhealthy stuff, like music lessons and sitting up straight in church. Anyway, singers in the End of the World Glee Club have sung loud and long that meat is bad because cows break wind, producing methane gas. Therefore, they say, cattle cause global warming. Nonsense, according to an exhaustive study of cattle grazed on the grasslands of China, which I trust completely because it tells me what I want to hear. Laughing gas is no laughing matter Grasslands create nitrous oxide, aka laughing gas, which explains why strident vegans are a laughing matter. Nitrous oxide would also contribute to global warming, if any existed. Cows eat grass, and thereby reduce nitrous oxide and other bad stuff that vegetables spew into our fragile atmosphere. The scientists are a couple Germans, so you know they’re methodical and thorough, if not a touch war-

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like. They did their research in Inner Mongolia, where they learned that during the spring thaw, free-range grasslands crank out way more nitrous oxide than free-range cows. It turns out that nitrous oxide – aka laughing gas – is released by microbes in the soil. When snow settles on the long grass, it keeps those nitrous-spewing microbes warm and snug. However, when the grass is kept short by grazing animals, the ground freezes and those nitrous-spewing microbes die a horrible but quiet death, sort of like Eliot Spitzer’s political comeback. It also turns out that nitrous-spewing free-range grasslands in places like Inner Mongolia, the U.S., Canada, Russia and China spew forth up to one-third of the total greenhouse gases spewed forth every year. Nitrous-oxide is the third most greenhouse gas after carbon dioxide and methane. So, campers, today we’ve learned that free-range grasslands are fine in their place, but we cannot allow it to run loose out there. E-mail Uncle Randy your ideas for future columns involving flatulence to Randy@VailMountaineer.com


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Contador leads Vuelta de Castilla The reigning Tour de France champion shall lurk behind no longer. Alberto Contador won the fourth stage of the Vuelta de Castilla and Leon and took the overall lead yesterday. The Astana rider completed the 9.4-mile time trial around Ponferrada in 20 minutes, 30 seconds. He finished 33 seconds faster than Janez Brajkovic. Igor Anton was third, 54 seconds back. Two-time Tour de France winner Contador took the overall lead from Anton, turning a 13-second overall deficit before the stage into a 41-second advantage. “I raced better than I’d hoped,

because you always have doubts and it was a very hard time trial,” Contador said. “A very good one for climbers.” Ezequiel Mosquera was third overall, 1 minute, 20 seconds behind Contador. On Sunday, Contador hopes to become the first cyclist to win the Vuelta de Castilla and Leon three times.The final stage is a 106.6-mile ride from Samos to Santiago de Compostela. “It will be a very hard day because there will be people who want to break away and the team will have to make a big effort,” Contador said. “But I hope the day will pass without any problems.”

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Top riders to miss today’s Amstel Gold Alejandro Valverde, Carlos Sastre and Bradley Wiggins will all miss Sunday’s Amstel Gold cycling race because their flights to the Netherlands were canceled due to the volcanic ash cloud disrupting aviation across Europe. The withdrawals were a further

blow to the one-day classic after Lance Armstrong and Fabian Cancellara decided not to take part in the race through the hills around this southern Dutch city. Race organizer Leo van Vliet told Belgian broadcaster VRT on Saturday that Valverde was considered

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Furyk looking for a bounce back

Jim Furyk is continuing his rebound from a missed cut at Augusta and shot 67 to get to 11-under which is good for a one-stroke lead over Brian Davis (66). Another stroke back were two-time Verizon champ Boo Weekley (68), Stephen Ames (65), Briny Baird (66), Ricky Barnes (66), Luke Donald (67), Woody Austin (67) and Heath Slocum (67). Right behind them at Harbour Golf Links was a group that included Camilo Villegas (67) and 2006 winner Aaron Baddeley. In all, 23 players were within five strokes of the top. Furyk, at No. 6 in the world, is the highest ranked player here following Masters’ week.

LEFT: Jim Furyk tees off on the 17th hole during the third round of the Verizon Heritage on Saturday in Hilton Head Island, S.C. Furyk leads at 11-under. AP Photo.

A-Rod passes McGwire on HR list

Alex Rodriguez hit his 584th home run and first this season, passing Mark McGwire for sole possession for eighth place on the career list. Rodriguez homered off Doug Mathis(notes) in the fourth inning Saturday, a solo drive to right-center that

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the resort. And remember to use caution as contents tend to shift during flight. Pond Skimming The entire planet will be watching as the World Pond Skimming Championships, presented by Rockstar, reconvene today. As was the case with last year, enticing people away from the 4 at 4 party is a free BBQ on the ski company’s dime. If you want to attend both parties, it’s worth a shot to grab some Q and then book it up Chairs 6 and 11, both of which Vail Mountain says will be operational until 4 p.m. However, unlike today’s Guster concert, which is scheduled for 4:45 p.m. “promptly” there’s no word yet on exactly when the BBQ will be made available. Pond Skimming will take place at the base of Golden Peak from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. Skimmers from all walks of life will test their buoyancy in hopes of becoming the 2010 World Pond Skimming Champion, who will be awarded with not one, but two Epic Passes for next season. Registration is currently full, but it’s a great spectator event. ESPN will be there, so wave to the camera; you might just make it into Sportscenter’s Top 10 Plays. Also, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the sentimental among us will have the unique opportunity to take a commemorative photo sitting on a chairlift chair located next to the legendary Chair 5, which will be replaced this summer by a high-speed quad. Guster closes out Spring Back to Vail In keeping with Vail’s family-friendly vision for these in-town concerts, the season will come to a close with the soft rock of Guster at Checkpoint Charlie. The Boston-based rock band – popularized by prepsters and Ivy-league types in the early part of the last decade – has been likened to what might come about if O.A.R. and Dispatch had spawned love child band. The show will begin “promptly” at 4:45 p.m.

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European travelers still grounded

The Icelandic volcano that has kept much of Europe land-bound is far from finished spitting out its grit, and offered up new mini-eruptions yesterday that raise concerns about longer-term damage to world air travel and trade. Facing days to come under the volcano’s unpredictable, ashy plume, Europeans are looking at temporary airport layoffs and getting creative with flight patterns to try to weather this extraordinary event. Modern Europe has never seen such a travel disruption. Air space across a swath from Britain to Ukraine was closed and set to stay that way until Sunday or Monday in some countries, affecting airports from New Zealand to San Francisco. Millions of passengers have had plans foiled or delayed. Activity in the volcano at the heart of this increased early yesterday, and showed no sign of abating.

41 dead from Burqa clad suicide bombers

Two suicide bombers dressed in burqas blew themselves up yesterday in a camp for refugees fleeing military offensives in northwestern Pakistan, killing 41 people and wounding 62, officials said. The blasts occurred at a food distribution point, but there were conflicting reports whether the victims were lining up for food or being registered. The camp is sometimes used by foreign humanitarian groups, including the World Food Program, to deliver aid. Meanwhile, the Pakistani army admitted that civilians were killed in an airstrike last Saturday in the northwest that supposedly targeted militants. It did not say how many had died, but apologized in a rare acknowledgment of an error that could help reduce anger among local tribes, whose support it needs to defeat the Taliban and al-Qaida.

Obama says McConnell being cynical, deceptive

President Barack Obama accused Republicans yesterday of spreading misinformation about a Democratic bill that aims to tighten oversight of Wall Street banks and their practices. “With debate heating up in Washington about reforming the financial rules, regulators charged Wall Street giant Goldman Sachs with fraud on Friday,” reports Reuters. “Bank shares and the broader stock market fell on fears the civil lawsuit could make it more difficult for the financial industry to ward off reform.” Obama said in the Reuters report he still hoped to

win Republican support for the bill but lashed out at Republican Senate leader Mitch McConnell, accusing him of making a “cynical and deceptive assertion that reform would somehow enable future bailouts — when he knows that it would do just the opposite.”

Massa denies pay increase for harassed staff member

Former congressman Eric Massa said yesterday that someone forged a $40,000 salary increase for his chief of staff, who has accused the ex-lawmaker of sexual harassment. The New York Democrat also denied authorizing a check from a campaign account in the same amount to the same official, Joe Racalto, according to a statement released by Massa’s attorney. Racalto’s attorney denied the allegations and said both transactions were done at Massa’s direction. The exchange came one day after Racalto reavealed he had filed a sexual harassment complaint against the former congressman, who announced March 5 that he would resign.

Pope trying to make trip to Malta

Pope Benedict XVI yesterday began a pilgrimage in Malta, a Catholic nation buffeted by the worldwide clerical sex abuse scandal and where victims are hoping to meet with him as a way to deal with their pain. Benedict made no direct comments on the scandals during a five-minute appearance to reporters aboard the flight that took him from Rome, nor in his formal arrival remarks before Maltese officials and foreign diplomats at the airport. The overnight trip is his first foreign travels since the full force of the scandals have rocked the church and threatened to engulf his papacy. Benedict, for his earlier roles as an archbishop in Germany and later in his long tenure at the helm of the Vatican morals office, has been accused by victim groups of being part of systematic practice of cover-up by church hierarchy for pedophile priests. The groups are demanding he take responsibility for the Vatican as an institution.

Sudanese President, human rights criminal rigging elections

International monitors said yesterday that Sudan’s first multiparty elections in more than two decades failed to meet international standards, an assessment that diminishes hopes the voting would set the nation on the road to peace and democracy. The conclusions also boosted fears that a flawed vote could fuel violence in the conflict-strewn country,

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where some opposition parties challenging the fairness of the process boycotted all or some of the local and national races. However, the observers did not call for a revote, and instead recommended that lessons drawn from the process be applied to next year’s crucial referendum on southern independence. Another setback for the vote came yesterday from a prominent opposition party, which said it would not recognize the election results, citing allegations of vote rigging by President Omar al-Bashir’s National Congress Party.

Karzai trying to repair rigged electoral system

President Hamid Karzai took key steps toward reforming the country’s electoral system Saturday, naming a respected former judge to head Afghanistan’s election-organizing body and backing down from a bid to keep international representatives off a separate team that monitors fraud. The moves come after months of demands by the U.S. and its allies to clean up the electoral process following massive fraud in last year’s presidential balloting. Without meeting those demands, the Afghan government risked losing both funds for an upcoming parliamentary vote and broader international support. Disagreements about how to handle last year’s fraud-marred presidential vote nearly derailed the U.S.-Afghan partnership, even as President Barack Obama was ordering thousands more U.S. troops to try to turn back the Taliban. Many international diplomats and officials have been worried that parliamentary elections scheduled for September could prove similarly disastrous.

100,000 person Mass held for Polish crash victims

Some 100,000 Poles filled Warsaw’s biggest public square yesterday, joining together for a memorial and funeral Mass for the 96 people killed in a plane crash a week earlier. The thickening cloud of volcanic ash over Europe caused some world leaders — including Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper — to cancel plans to attend Sunday’s state funeral, but the number of expected no-shows so far was less than 20. The crowd in Pilsudski Square waved white-and-red Polish flags with black ribbons of mourning affixed to them. A massive white stage, a large cross in the center, was flanked by oversized photos of the dead, including President Lech Kaczynski. The names of the dead were read aloud, starting with the president and his wife, Maria, while Marta, their only child, and Jaroslaw Kaczynski, the president’s twin brother and former prime minister, looked on. Others at the service included former President Lech Walesa, Prime Minister Donald Tusk and acting presi[See THE UPDATE, page 11]

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Supreme leader calls the kettle black

Iran’s supreme leader told a nuclear disarmament conference in Tehran yesterday that the United States’ atomic weapons are a tool of terror and intimidation. Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said America deceptively calls for non-proliferation while holding on to its own weapons and failing to confront Israel, which is widely believed to have nuclear bombs. The two-day conference appeared timed as a counterweight to President Barack Obama’s 47-nation summit in Washington last week to discuss nuclear security. Obama did not invite Iran, which the U.S. fears is using a civilian nuclear program as cover to develop a weapons capability. Iran denies that and says its nuclear work is only for peaceful purposes such as power generation. “The deceptive policy by the sole nuclear offender, which falsely claims to be advocating the non-proliferation of nuclear arms while doing nothing substantive for this cause, will never succeed,” Khamenei said.

Shuttle Discovery coming home

Discovery and its crew left the International Space Station yesterday and aimed for a homecoming in two days to wrap up one of the last missions of NASA’s storied shuttle program. The space station residents were “really, really sad” to see their friends go. “But it’s time,” said Oleg Kotov, the station’s Russian skipper. “We enjoyed every minute of it,” shuttle commander Alan Poindexter said as Discovery backed away. “Thanks for the great hospitality.” Discovery undocked as the two spacecraft soared nearly 220 miles above New Guinea. Poindexter and his crew will spend today getting their ship ready for re-entry. Landing is scheduled for Monday morning.

Somnolence saves girl caught in Chinese quake

Her roommates used to call her a “lazy pig” for trying to sleep in before class. But it was Song Yuhuan’s slowness to get out of bed that saved her life — the girls who rushed from their dorm were crushed by the walls collapsing in an earthquake that leveled their town and left 1,484 dead. Song was trapped briefly by Wednesday morning’s quake, a leg and arm pinned under a wall of the thirdfloor room. Instead of panicking, she felt a steely calm as the others around her screamed. “Stop screaming,” she told them, “and I’ll get out

first and then I’ll help you.” An aftershock a few minutes later allowed her to slip free. But three of her seven roommates died, and a fourth was still missing. Officials say more than 40 of her classmates at the Minorities Vocational School died, and at least 103 students in this remote Tibetan corner of western China were killed.

Recanting Cuban revolutionary dead at 89

Cuban writer and political activist Carlos Franqui, an important figure in the Cuban revolution who later became one of the most outspoken critics of Fidel Castro, has died. He was 89. Franqui died Friday in Puerto Rico after a brief hospitalization for bronchial and heart problems, according to family friend Andres Calendario. The son of a poor farmer, Franqui entered leftist political movements as a youth, joined and left the Communist Party and became a journalist who eventually joined Castro’s rebellion against dictator Fulgencio Batista. He edited the movement newspaper Revolucion before and after Castro’s insurgents defeated Batista, but increasingly clashed with hard-liners who were restricting cultural and political dissent. When Russia invaded Czechoslovakia in 1968 he officially renounced his involvement with the Communist Party.

Return your library books… or run for President

If George Washington were alive today, he might face a hefty overdue library fine. New York City’s oldest library says one of its ledgers shows that the president has racked up 220 years’ worth of late fees on two books he borrowed, but never returned. One of the books was the “Law of Nations,” which deals with international relations. The other was a volume of debates from Britain’s House of Commons. Both books were due on Nov. 2, 1789. New York Society Library head librarian Mark Bartlett says the institution isn’t seeking payment of the fines, but would love to get the books back. The ledger also lists books being taken out by other founding fathers, including Alexander Hamilton, Aaron Burr and John Jay. The entry on Washington simply lists the borrower as “president.”

Typo makes for a very racist dish

It’s a tiny misprint, but an Australian publisher has had to pulp a cookbook after one recipe called for “salt and freshly ground black people” to be added to the dish, according to the Sydney Morning Herald. Penguin Group Australia pulped and reprinted about 7,000 copies

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of “Pasta Bible” after the typographical error was found in the ingredients for spelt tagliatelle with sardines and prosciutto, the Herald reported yesterday. “We’re mortified that this has become an issue of any kind, and why anyone would be offended, we don’t know,” head of publishing Bob Sessions was quoted as saying. Penguin said in the report that almost every one of the more than 150 recipes in the book called for salt and freshly ground black pepper but a misprint occurred on just one page, probably as a result of a computer’s spellchecker program.

Man calling out hits probably took too many hits

The FBI investigated a tip about a murder plot against Sandra Bullock that was allegedly arranged by Jesse James’ mistress Bombshell McGee -- but the FBI ultimately deemed the tip “not credible,” according to TMZ. Law enforcement sources confirm that roughly two weeks ago, McGee’s ex-husband, Shane Modica, reported that he received a call from a man in Missouri who claimed Bombshell wanted to put a hit on both Modica and Bullock ... and the mystery caller claimed he was the person who was supposed to carry out the hits, repports TMZ. Law enforcement sources confirm that the man in Missouri contacted his local FBI office to inform them about the situation -- and the FBI then contacted the local sheriff’s office. TMZ was told the sheriff’s office told the FBI they had prior run-ins with the Missouri caller -- a person said to have had a head injury that caused him to “lose sense of reality.” Furthermore, authorities have no reason to believe McGee ever contacted the man.

From unemployment to $10,000 an episode

It seems The Situation had no faith in his future as a reality TV star, because after shooting Season 1 of “Jersey Shore” -- he filed for unemployment, according to TMZ. “According to a document, The Sitch -- formally known as Mike Sorrentino -- filed for unemployment in New Jersey on October 25, 2009 ... “Jersey Shore” didn’t premiere until December 3,” reports TMZ. “New Jersey then sent a Request for Separation Information form to the restaurant in Florida where Mike was last employed ... to verify that he was really terminated.” TMZ writes that it’s unclear if he actually received a check -- but seeing as how he’s now pulling in a reported $10,000 an episode for Season 2, it appears his situation has greatly improved. —Update stories, unless otherwise cited, appear courtesy The Associated Press

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LIZ AND CANDI AT CANDI JOHN SALON IN VAIL is looking forward to Spring time in the Rockies. Candi Johns Salon is a beauty and hair salon just west of Lionshead, next Chicago Pizza. They specialize in hair cuts, hair coloring and a offer great personalized service.

The town of Gypsum and the Gypsum Recreation Center would like to thank everyone who supported the Easter in Gypsum Eggstravaganza!  They said they couldn’t have put on such a wonderful event without the help and hard work of their sponsors and volunteers. Special thank yous go to Columbine Market, The Gypsum Garden Center, town of Gypsum Employees, Chris and Mari Huffman, The EVHS Band and Choir Members, Blu Sky Restoration Contractors and Active Communications.

THE EAGLE VALLEY RED HAWKS TRAVELING BASKETBALL TEAM was put together by assistant coach Sarge Gish and coach Jackson Lounesbury who played for Northwestern University in the Big 10. So that the boys can continue to hone their skills over the summer playing against really good competition, they are looking for sponsors in addition to their main sponsor, Pazzo’s Pizzeria in Eagle. Pazzo’s is hosting a fundraiser Tuesday from 5 to 9 p.m. in which 10 percent of the night’s proceeds go to the team. Pictured are: bottom row: Tim Wells, Jimmy Pritchard, Brandon Hudspeth, Juan Baca, Jesse Gish. Top row: Coach Sarge Gish, Nate Barker, Cooper Senn, Jeremy Sabo, Zeth Ramsey, Sam Lounesbury and Coach Jackson Lounesbury. Missing from picture are Jesse Martinez and James VanDyke. All of these motivated and dedicated boys played this year with the Eagle Valley High School JV and/or Varsity teams and plan to do so next year as well, stronger than ever. Sponsorship and donations can be arranged thru Jill at Pazzo’s in Eagle, (337-9900) as well as ideas for fundraising or odd job prospects for the boys to earn their way. See you Tuesday night!

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KIM AND ERINN AT THE LAUGHING MONKEY ARE HAVING A UP TO 60% OFF SALE on everything. They have lost their lease and everything needs to go. The sale ends at the end of April so stop in and grab the great deals.

JEREMY AND ALEX WITH LIBERTY SKIS ARE GIVING OUT DEMOS AT THE VISTA BAHN. Liberty was founded in 2003 in Avon, Colorado by local riders seeking to create performance oriented freeride skis for the conditions we ride everyday. Liberty now uses environmentally friendly core materials like bamboo and has been completely wind-powered since 2006. Liberty Skis is a true independent ski company from ownership to production and will continue to bring innovation and direction to the freeskiing movement.

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Karen at Jayded in Minturn wants you to know about a great new skirt she has. It’s convertible. You can wear it seven different ways!

JAIME, DIANA, DAWN, GIGI, SHANNON, AND MANDY are the team to beat. Ruggs Benedict will take care of all your flooring needs.

Bravo! Festival tickets are on sale. Bravo! Vail Valley Music Festival ticket sales for our 23rd season are currently underway. The festival kicks off June 25 with Yo-Yo Ma and Kathryn Stott in recital and continues through August 3 with performances by the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, The Philadelphia Orchestra, the New York Philharmonic, and chamber musicians. Children 12 and under always receive free lawn admittance. For more information and to purchase tickets call 877.812.5700 or visit www. vailmusicfestival.org Photo by Chris Lee.

Elle is showing off a great sun dress! Valley Girl Boutique in Avon and Vail just got a great new shipment of spring and summer fashion. Stop in to see what you can find.

BOSTON OR BUST! Congratulations to Eric Lyon for qualifying for the Boston Marathon with a time of 3:19:57! The race is tomorrow, wish him luck!

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Kayne’s got the wine of the week at Alpine Wine and Spirits in Vail City Market. This week’s selection is a 2005 Truchard Syrah. It’s usually $22.99; this week it’s only $17.99. Special’s good through Thursday.

Jean from American Furniture Warehouse has great deals on Adirondack chairs. And all kinds of patio furniture. Check out their fire pits that double as a grill and when your done grilling it turns into a table.

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926-6602 2BD, 1.5BA Riverwalk, furn nego, N/S, N/P

West Vail Condo: 2BD, plus loft, 2BA. On Bus Route, located in a sunny part of Intermountain. New Carpet and recently remodeled. Pets negotiable. 1 year lease. First/Last/Security Call 970.331.2775

4BD, 3BA, Executive quality pent house. Pitkin Creek on TOV bus line. 2 parking spaces, complete remodel, W/D. N/S, N/P. Available May 1. Furnished Call 917.951.9700

Need to rent your place? Mention this ad and we’ll run your rental ad for $50 for the entire month. Call Cari 926-6602

303.513.4737

Call 719.486.2080

888-413-5024 www.emichvw.com

Call 970.949.6183 or 970.827.5247

303.246.4883

Call 970.904.6369

2 bedroom, 2.5 bath, location along the Eagle River. W/D, N/S, N/P

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

970.688.4567 homestakecondos.com

970.471.0151

7.5 month lease, April 15 - Nov. 30th Call 401.255.5685 TSenn@aol.com

4 Door, 2.5L, 5-Speed Manual, 37,410 Miles, Stock #P9103

Call 970.376.0661

970.476.4539

3 bedroom, fully furnished, 1 car garage. On bus route. Call Kathy, Havilk Mgmt 970.376.7225

Available May, 1 Call 970.331.9802

Kathy, Havlik Mgmnt 970.376.7225

Call Tracy 970.688.4843 www.Bossow.com

Wolfsburg Edition,4 Door, 2.5L, Manual, 40,198 Miles, Stock #P2856

1 Bd/1Ba Private Lock-Off. NS/NP 1 year lease

970.390.9139

Call 970.390.2956

www.emichvw.com

Close to bus stop, quiet neighborhood, sunny deck. Own bed/bath, walk-in closet in 3 BD house, W/D, fireplace, storage, pet negotiable, No Cats.

1BD, 1BA lock-off w/kitchenette, large patio on golf course. W/D, N/S, pets welcome.

Call 970.471.9400 tthferry@yahoo.com

4 Door, 2.5L, 6-Speed Automatic, 37,410 Miles, Stock #3445

NS/NP Kathy, Havilk Mgmt 970.376.7225

F/L/Sec. Dep. Negotiable Available as soon as April 1st Call Kent for appointment 970.977.0274

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.

888-413-5024 www.emichvw.com

4WD, 4.8L, 4-Speed Automatic, 98,094 Miles, Stock #11281264, $12,390 888-521-0676

Call Shawn 970.376.3333

Call Sandie 303.888.3132 Available May 1

4 Door, 2.5L, 6-Speed Automatic, 50,736 Miles, Stock #P8292

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

2 Door, 2.5L, 5-Speed Manual, 18,641 Miles, Stock #P5378 888.413.5024 www.emichvw.com

Vail Mountaineer

1BD shared BA in 3BD, Eagle

2BD, each w/ Private BA. Available April 30 in 3BD, 4.5BA FP, WD/DW, Wifi, N/S, N/P

2BD, 2BA, 1200 sf Townhouse, heated garage, Pet nego.

Call Andy 970.422.6258

303.818.7854

720.934.6079

Vail Racquet Club, 1BD, 1BA, includes Club Use. Furnished, remodeled, N/P, N/S Call 303.906.5060


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Sunday, April 18, 2010 2 and 3 BD furnished condos in Sandstone.

2BD, 2BA Condo. Walk to Lionshead and Bus. Nicely Furnished, FP, W/D, pool/hot-tub, deck 970.331.7142

West Vail Townhome, 3BD, 2BA. Furnished. On bus. N/S, N/P. Available 5-1. 6 mo lease.

Call 303.665.3418

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

Please call 281.703.3628

1,2 and 3BD rentals. Available April 1, summer + year leases Call 970.479.2858

Simba Run 2BD, 2BA long term rental. Parking, all amenities. 1st, last and security.

1BD, 1.5BA Apt. E Vail, on bus route, full kitchen, W/D, N/S, unfurnished, long term

206.778.0416

970.390.9139

Cari@ vailmountaineer. com

Classifieds

1BD, 1BA W Vail Condo, W/D, N/P, N/S. 1 parking spot

Call 970.331.7070

Call Kevin 970.390.0148

Vail Village 1BD, 2BA, New Furn, Great View, Pool Now - November www.vrbo.com/20647 303.808.9129

926-6602

2 - 3 BD Condo in Sun Vail NS/NP, Furnished

Available May 1st, Roommate needed to share 3BD intermountain home. N/S, N/P

Call 970.476.0900

970.476.6884

3BD, Furnished or Unfurnished. Telemark townhouse, fireplace, recently remodeled, pool. Cogswell Properties Call 970.390.8688

Commercial Corner Deals, Steals & Leases

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

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

$549,000

Call for Pricing

Larry Wolfe, Prudential

970.390.2525 - wolfe@vail.net

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 970.390.4561

970.376.7225

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

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.

$675/month Contact Joe

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

303.808.5776

970.904.6369

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.

$5 per SF + Utilities

1310 Westhaven Dr

John Nilsson, Sonnenalp Real Estate

Gil Fancher, Sonnenalp Real Estate

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

Commercial Building For Rent. Warehouse/ Office/14’ Door. Long Term Negotiable.

$340,000

$1.50/ Foot NN

Bold Real Estate Solutions

Onie Bolduc or Pat Doherty

970.949.6070

1500 Square Feet Mike Devins, RE/MAX Commercial

Real Estate

970.390.7600

970.390.3513

$1,750,000

970.390.7469

Want to be a part of our Commercial Corner? Call John K. @ 926-6602 Photo Real Estate Classifieds

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.

Lodge at Brookside unit. Deed restricted. 1BD, 1.5BA, 750 sq ft. Parking Garage, hot tub and exercise room, 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.

508E East Arrowhead Drive

Season’s at Arrowhead #208

Sale Price $218,198.76

$360,000

Avon Crossing

Suzi Apple, Gateway Land & Developement

Gary Pesso, Sonnenalp Real Estate

Debbie

Terry Hoffman, Hoffman West Real Estate

Julie Retzlaff, Sonnenalp Real Estate

$1,895,000

$525,00

970.376.5417

970.331.6927

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.

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.

$307,000

178 Wayne Creek $4,995,000

Offered at $949,000

Avon Crossing

Dani Stoltz, Sullivan Nicholas & Co.

970.977.0560 - V318411

Gil Fancher, Sonnenalp Real Estate

970.390.7469

970.376.0603

1522 Square Feet

John Warnke, Hoffman West Real Estate

970.949.1902

970.949.1902

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.

$309,000

970.376.0836

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

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.

$939,000

#328 Kiva Lodge, 2057 Sq. ft.

Terry Hoffman, Hoffman West Real Estate

970.949.1902

$1,375,000

John Warnke, Hoffman West Real Estate

970.949.1902


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

#327 Kiva Lodge, 1520 Sq. Ft.

$969,000

John Warnke, Hoffman West Real Estate

Real Estate

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

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.

802 Beard Creek Trail

50 Spring Creek

$265,000

Suzi Apple, Gateway Land & Developement

Suzi Apple, Gateway Land & Developement

Mary Isom, Sonnenalp Real Estate

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. www.bossow.com

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.

$4,675,000

970.376.5417

970.949.1902

35.5 acres, views of vistas and colorful mesas. Rare, this land is located within a gated community alongside 850 feet of Eagle River frontage, teeming with fish.

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!!

Close to bus line, 5BD, 4BA, bonus rooms, separate family room and fenced yard.

14241 US HWY 6

$995,000

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

88 Pheasant Court $649,000

970.376.5417

Linda Miner, Sonnenalp Real Estate

970.688.4843

Suzi Apple, Gateway Land & Development

970.390.4658

www.bossow.com Tracy Bossow, Prudential Colorado Prop.

$9,500,000

970.376.5417

$649,000 Tracy Bossow, Prudential Colorado Prop.

970.688.4843

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

970.331.9650

Pitkin Creek 10 E

Price Reduced $480,000

Gil Fancher, Sonnenalp Real Estate

970.390.7469

Photo 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.

$348,000

Beautiful stick built home in Buckhorn Valley. Granite counters, cherry cabinets, Gas fireplace in living room, all appliances including W/D included. Fenced back yard. Large 2,699 sf, 4 Bedroom.

970.477.5730 - srychel@slifer.net

970.390.0705

Bob New, Colorado Mountain Properties

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

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

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

www.3877LupineDrive.com

5034 Main Gore Drive

John Nilsson, Sonnenalp Real Estate

Sue Rychel

Low 3 Millions

970.390.7600

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.

90 Willowstone Place

$587,500

$399,000

$190,000

Bob New, Colorado Mountain Properties

Bob New, Colorado Mountain Properties

970.390.3336

970.390.3336

2BD, 2.5BA TH + Garage & bonus rm. Hiking/Biking trails out your door. Views to the Sawatch Range. Quiet. Many upgrades, granite counters. Furnished Robert Schilling, Gateway Land & Dvlmt. RobFromVail@Earthlink.Net

916 Mayne Street

364 Navajo Only $365,000

Real Estate

970.390.3336

Lowest priced single family in Homestead. 4BD, 3BA, 2 car garage, across from Club including membership, granite countertops and great storage.

$749,000

709 Edwards Village Blvd

www.bossow.com

FSBO

Suzi Apple, Gateway Land & Developement

Tracy Bossow, Prudential Colorado Prop.

970.376.5417

970.688.4843

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

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

970.471.1830

$695,000

Value Range $739,000 - $849,876

Photo

Real

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

Estate

250 Hackmore Road - Singletree

$689,000

Gary Pesso, Sonnenalp Real Estate

1746 W Gore Creek Drive

Manor Vail Penthouses

Tyra Rudrud, Sonnenalp Real Estate

Sue Rychel

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

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

$3,395,000

Vail Plaza Club

Sue Rychel, Slifer Smith & Frampton

Jean Mitchell, Sonnenalp Real Estate

970.331.6927

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.

1718 Geneva Drive

$2,399,000

Tyra Rudrud, Sonnenalp Real Estate

970.376.2258

970.376.2258

Amazing low price for 1BD, 1BA condo! Located across the street from TOV bus stop, corner unit, wood burning fireplace and great deck.

Sandstone 70, Unit A4

$305,000

Tyra Rudrud/Joni White Taylor, Sonnenalp

970.376.2258

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.

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

Austria Haus Club

2610 Arosa Drive

Jean Mitchell, Sonnenalp Real Estate

Julie Retzlaff, Sonnenalp Real Estate

Priced from $205,00 - $360,000

970.331.3236

$529,900

$1,175,000

970.376.0836

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

$1,275,000

970.477.5730 - srychel@slifer.net

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

2860 Basingdale Blvd

$755,000 Sue Rychel

970.477.5730 - srychel@slifer.net

970.331.3236

970.477.5730 - srychel@slifer.net

$475.000

Terry Hoffman, Hoffman West Real Estate

970.949.1902

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.

2950 Square Feet

Rainbow Trout Lodge

Linda Miner, Sonnenalp Real Estate

Suzi Apple, Gateway Land & Developement

Just reduced to $1,780,000

970.390.4658

$2,595,000

970.376.5417


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Sunday, April 18, 2010

Major Price Reduction at Brush Creek Village in Eagle

Only 12 10 Developer Units Left! 3 & 4 Bedroom units in brand new private development. Ideal location adjacent to Eagle Ice Rink, Eagle Ranch and Golf Course with excellent mountain views. Private Park and Children's Playground. Basement options available. 4 floorplans to choose from.

Now starting at only $349,000 For information, call John Purchase office: 970-328-4226 cell: 970-390-9943 www.brushcreekvillage.com

Easy, Fun & Affordable (No design fee)

Eagle-Vail Business Center • Mon-Sat 10-5:30 • 949-0153


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