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Local semi-pro soccer team wins first ever home game Lady Freedom takes down Denver team 12-4 in Edwards By John O’Neill The Lady Freedom got off on a good foot at the team’s first ever home game last night. The semi-pro women’s team defeated the F.C. Mile High club 12-4. The evening marked a bit of history for women’s soccer as this is the first year Colorado has had a professional indoor soccer league and only the second year the Premier Arena Soccer League, which started in California last year, has had women’s teams. The league hopes to reach a quantity of 50-60 teams to match the men’s PASL.

THE UPDATE Obama tells Britain no hard feelings over oil spill

President Barack Obama reassured Prime Minister David Cameron yesterday that his frustration over the mammoth oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico is not an attack on Britain as the two leaders tried to soothe trans-Atlantic tensions over the disaster. Cameron’s Downing St. office said the two leaders held a “warm and constructive” telephone conversation for more than 30 minutes. Obama has recently sharpened his criticism of BP PLC as the company struggles to stop millions of gallons of oil gushing from its ruptured deep-sea well. Cameron is under pressure to get Obama to tone down the rhetoric against of a major British company, fearing it will hurt millions of Britons—as well as many Americans—who hold BP stock in investments and pension plans. Cameron’s office said the prime minister “expressed his sadness at the on[See THE UPDATE, pages 4-7]

Incase you aren’t familiar, indoor soccer combines soccer play, quarter format timing and hockey style to create exciting, nonstop entertainment for fans. The game consists of 15-minute quarters with six players, including the goalie, to each side. The field is smaller and shaped as an oblong rectangle. Walled out sides offer off-the-wall plays and no out of bounds. Substitutions are made while the game is in play and there is no off-side call. Other rules include no slide tackling; the goalie cannot dribble into her own box and pick the ball up; if the ball hits [See LADY FREEDOM, page 14]

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Members of Lady Freedom, the valley’s new female semi-pro soccer team, watch teammates during their first ever home game at the WECMRD Field House in Edwards last night. John O’Neill photo.


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Zino hostesses Amanda Kubby, left, and Kelly Schlott will be among the smiling faces to greet you at the Vail Valley’s newest option for Italian dining. Zino’s, located in the Riverwalk at Edwards, is celebrating their grand opening tomorrow, June 14.

Zino grand opening tomorrow Once popular Edwards restaurant returns in to bring you authentic Italian By Geoff Mintz Mountaineer Staff Writer Zino is back and open for business tomorrow. The Italian eatery, which from 1997 to 2003  was a favorite among locals, will offer a new menu that coowner Giuseppe Bosco says is “authentic Italian.� Zino is located on the Eagle River in Riverwalk in Edwards. When owner Kevin Clair, who also owns the space as well as Sweet Basil in Vail, closed the place in 2003, his loyal patrons where decidedly disappointed. “Everyone can’t wait for us to open, and we’re really excited to be coming back,� said Bosco, who was most recently the general manager at Campo de Fiori in Vail. The location has seen several other restaurants come and go over the last seven years. Clair first leased the space to the short-lived River House, then to French steakhouse Frites and most recently Rick and Kelly’s American Bistro, but none could recreate the magic formula that made Zino one of the most successful restaurants in town.

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However, aside from the return of Zino’s signature mussels, the menu will be totally new, says Bosco. The previous Zino was more what he called “California Italian.â€? This latest incarceration will be more authentic, and as a native of Naples, Italy that is something he certainly knows great deal about. Another new addition to Zino is Executive Chef Mike Irwin who has bounced around the valley from Larkspur and Sweet Basil in Vail to Juniper in Edwards. Most recently, Irwin was the chef at Main Street Grill, where he refined the menu to offer more composed dishes. Zino will feature an array of homemade mozzarella, ricotta and burrata cheeses to be included in their dishes, something Bosco says is a most in Italian cooking. One item to look out for is the crab and mascarpone ravioli, he said. The menu is reasonably price with entrĂŠe dishes all under $30 and pasta dishes all under $20. There is also a full menu of salads and brick oven pizzas, as well as homemade specialty cocktails with an emphasis on using the freshest ingredients. Other menu items include Lobster Risotto with baby heirloom tomatoes, veal scaloppini caprese with roasted tomatoes and homemade mozzarella, and Capesante with seared scallops, lemon chickpea puree and puttanesca sauce.    Zino will reopen tomorrow for dinner service at 5:30 p.m.

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Eagle Valley Basketball Academy set for June By Randy Wyrick Mountaineer Staff Writer Basketball is like life, or at least like Jon Kedrowski’s life. You climb mountains and overcome obstacles when you need to, and sometimes when you want to. In between you rest, but not too long. Kedeowski and Bob Pietrack are hosting their annual Eagle Valley Basketball Academy. The theme is “overcoming obstacles.� They both know something about that. Kedrowski had been at the bottom of Mount McKinley for a few minutes. After climbing one of the world’s tallest mountains in near record time, he was resting and handing out questionnaires to climbers, tourists and anyone else willing to help a guy doing research for his doctorate degree in geography. He was trying to learn what sorts of people travel thousands of miles to Denali National Park, then spend days slogging through the ice and snow, risking their lives to struggle to the top Mount McKinley. They’ll receive nothing for their effort — no money and no glory. People like him, in other words. He’s trying to figure out what makes them tick, and he’s almost done writing his doctoral dissertation about it. So, after he stepped off the mountain and before his heart rate returned to normal, a park ranger came by and asked him to help haul a heart attack victim off Mount McKinley. This was convenient because he was standing at its

Eagle Valley Basketball Academy Hosted by Jon Kedrowski (Valparaiso University) and Bob Pietrack (Fort Lewis College) Special Guests: Kirk Archibeque, Professional Basketball Player in Europe (6’10� Center) Chris Tomer Fox31 News/CW2 News Denver Sarah Brubeck, Berry Creek Middle School coach Three camps to choose from, boys and girls 1. June 21-23, grades 3-8: 9 a.m.-3pm, Eagle Valley High School in Gypsum. Cost $110, includes lunch and Gatorade. 2. June 21-23, grades 9-12, 5-8:30 p.m., Special high school minicamp at Eagle Valley High School. Cost $60. 3. June 24-26, grades 3-8, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Berry Creek Middle School in Edwards. Cost $90, includes lunch two of three camp days. Call Jon Kedrowski at 970-306-8111, or go to You can register on the first day of camp if you pay cash or write them a check.

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going human and environmental catastrophe,” but stressed BP’s economic importance to Britain, the U.S. and other countries. It said Obama recognized that BP—which he has pointedly referred to in public by its former name, British Petroleum—is a multinational company, “and that frustrations about the oil spill had nothing to do with national identity.” Obama said he had no interest in undermining BP’s value. The company’s stock has lost 40 percent of its value since the oil rig fire on April 20 that unleashed the United States’ worst oil spill.

Authorities haven’t said whether the child survived. The search was expected to take several more days, or even weeks, and family members of the victims were left not knowing if they’d have to return to their homes and jobs knowing that their loved ones’ bodies were still missing. “This is not a one- or two-day thing,” said Gary Fox, a retired emergency medical technician who was helping identify the dead and compile lists of those who were unaccounted for. “This is going to be a week or two- or three-week recovery.”

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The search for nearly two dozen people who disappeared after flash floods swept through a popular campground went from desperate to grim yesterday, after teams that scoured miles of river and rugged wilderness found just two bodies. The last time someone was found alive was late Friday morning, hours after a pre-dawn wall of water surprised sleeping campers at the Albert Pike Recreation Area, leaving them frantically trying to scramble up the steep terrain in the dark. As the swollen rivers subsided and the hours ticked yesterday, anguished relatives waiting for word of loved ones grew more and more frustrated. At least six of the 18 people confirmed killed were young children, according to a list released by Gov. Mike Beebe’s office publicly identifying 15 of them. Among them were five people, including three children, from Gloster, La., as well as three others from that state and six from Texas. State police said Saturday evening that there were 22 people missing. The only Arkansas victim identified was Leslie Jez, of 23-year-old mother and wife from Foreman whose husband, Adam Jez, was listed as among those who survived the flood. “So ready to go camping this weekend,” she wrote on her Facebook page Monday. “Kaden is going to love it!!” She later added, “Not looking foward to that cold water, but sounds like I might change my mind after seeing how hot it’s supposed to be.”

Authorities searching through the wreckage of a small plane that nosedived into an Arizona high school and exploded found four bodies yesterday. Officials had previously thought only two people were aboard the single-engine Piper that crashed Friday afternoon into a two-story building at the school Friday afternoon in the small eastern Arizona town of Eagar. Officials were working to identify the bodies, Apache County sheriff’s Sgt. Richard Guinn said. No one was in the building when the plane hit, Guinn said. Classes are out for the summer at the school. The plane circled the area two or three times before it suddenly crashed into the main building at Round Valley High School at about 2 p.m., Guinn said. Two hours after the crash, flames were still erupting 20 feet above the building. Crews worked on the blaze overnight, and the building was still smoldering Saturday. Fire crews from nearly a dozen small towns in the region raced to battle the flames. Officials evacuated homes in neighborhoods east and north of the school. The school serves about 500 students in Eagar and nearby Springerville and is about 200 miles east of Phoenix. The blaze was contained to the main school building. National Transportation Safety Board officials were expected at the crash scene Saturday morning to handle the investigation.

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------Spirit Airlines pilots strike, stranding thousands

A strike by Spirit Airlines pilots has shut down the discount carrier, stranding thousands of travelers. The walkout, which began Saturday, forced the airline to cancel its Saturday and Sunday flights. Its CEO said no talks were scheduled with picketing pilots. Spirit carries 16,680 passengers per day—about 1 percent of the U.S. total—mostly between the eastern U.S. and the Caribbean and Latin America. But its shutdown is causing major problems for its flyers. Spirit tickets are only good on a handful of other carriers, and only if there’s space on the flight. The airline said it was refunding fares for Saturday flights plus a $100 credit toward future flights. It was trying to get its passengers booked onto other airlines. People who needed to replace their Spirit tickets found the cost of same-day fares on other airlines was two- to three times more than their tickets. That was out of the question for Junior Elliott, a 67-year-old mason from St. Ann’s parish in Jamaica, who was stranded in Fort Lauderdale while traveling to New York for a cousin’s funeral. Elliott was unable to buy new tickets until his fare was refunded to his debit card. He had no cell phone, no U.S. currency, and nowhere to sleep but the terminal’s seats. “It’s bad now, man,” Elliott said. “I can’t even buy a cup of coffee.”

Authorities widen search for missing Oregon boy

Teams looking for a missing 7-year-old Oregon boy have expanded their search to include previously unsearched areas in the hills and deep woods near a Portland elementary school. Authorities haven’t found any sign of Kyron Horman as the effort stretched into its ninth day Saturday. The massive search sent about 300 trained rescuers out on the ground as warm and sunny weather arrived for the first time following heavy rains the past week. Kyron disappeared from his Portland elementary school on June 4 after attending a science fair. Search coordinators say the goal remains to find Kyron alive and they have plenty of resources on hand, including dogs, horses, all-terrain vehicles and helicopters.

Son of Mexican singer Sebastian killed in bar

The son of Mexican singer Joan Sebastian was killed in a bar fight early Saturday, four years after another of his children was shot dead.

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A security guard is suspected in the killing of Jose Sebastian Figueroa, the Morelos state Attorney General’s office said in a statement. Figueroa, 32, arrived at the bar with friends but security guards would not let them in, according to the office. A fight ensued, and one of the guards shot Figueroa twice. The statement did not say if the guard had been arrested. Nobody at the prosecutor’s office could be reached for further comment. Another of Sebastian’s sons, Trigo Figuero, was shot and killed in August 2006 while trying to control la crowd after a concert by his father in Texas. Sebastian, whose real name is Jose Manuel Figueroa, is a multiple Latin Grammy Award-winning singing cowboy who often performs on horseback. He won a Latin Grammy in 2009 for “No Es de Madera.”

Obama, UK’s Cameron wager beer over World Cup game

President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron set sudsy stakes on Saturday’s World Cup soccer match between their countries. The two leaders wagered British and American beer on the outcome. But the game ended in a 1-1 tie, leaving the payout unclear. Obama, during a telephone call with Cameron on Saturday, claimed history was on the U.S. side. In 1950, the Americans stunned mighty England 1-0 in the only prior World Cup meeting between the two national teams. While the bet was the best English lager against the best all-around U.S. beer, the White House declined to say what brands the president and prime minister had in mind.

Pope Benedict XVI told European banking and development officials Saturday to keep families’ needs paramount as they devise solutions to the continent’s financial crises. Economy and finance “are no more than tools, means” to safeguard human “capital, the only capital worth saving,” Benedict said. Benedict told representatives of the European Council’s Development Bank during a Vatican audience that their task was to make the “human person, and even more particularly, families and those in great need, the center and the aim” of economic policies. He urged experts to draw on what he called Europe’s tradition of “generous fraternity” in coming up with rescue plans. Benedict named no country, but efforts to [See THE UDPATE, pages 4-5]

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Old Polaroids actually worth something

Selected photographs from the storied Polaroid collection are going on the auction block. The 1,000 images by some of the biggest names in 20th century photography will be sold at Sotheby’s in New York June 21-22. The images were taken with the instant camera as well as conventional cameras. About 400 of the images are by renowned landscape photographer Ansel Adams. He was a consultant to Polaroid for 35 years. He acquired for the company works

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of such masters as Edward Weston, Margaret BourkeWhite and Immogen Cunningham. Photographs also were obtained through the company’s Artist Support Program. It provided free Polaroid cameras and film to artists in exchange for their feedback and images. Adams’ “Bridalveill Fall” has a pres-sale estimate of $70,000 to $100,000.

Trials of Jesse: Biker to be frequent court figure

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Inmate calls for his own death penalty

For seven days, Robert Gleason Jr. begged correctional officers and counselors at Wallens Ridge State Prison to move his new cellmate. The constant singing, screaming and obnoxious behavior were too much, and Gleason knew he was ready to snap. On the eighth day—May 8, 2009—correctional officers found 63-year-old Harvey Gray Watson Jr. bound, gagged, beaten and strangled. His death went unnoticed for 15 hours because correctional officers had not followed proper procedure for inmate GLEASON head counts at the high-security prison in southwestern Virginia. Now, Gleason says he’ll kill again if he isn’t put to death for killing Watson, who had a history of mental

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illness. And he says his next victim won’t be an inmate. “I murdered that man cold-bloodedly. I planned it, and I’m gonna do it again,” the 40-year-old Gleason told The Associated Press. “Someone needs to stop it. The only way to stop me is put me on death row.” Gleason already is serving a life sentence for killing another man and wounding two others in 1983 when he shot into his neighbor’s house in Lynchburg with a 10-gauge shotgun. He fired his lawyers last month— they were trying to work out a deal to keep him from getting the death penalty—so he could plead guilty to capital murder. He’s vowed not to appeal his sentence if the judge sentences him to death Aug. 31. “I did this. I deserve it,” he said. “That man, he didn’t deserve to die.”

Largest radiotelescope on Earth unveiled

Scientists in the Netherlands unveiled the largest radiotelescope in the world yesterday, saying it was capable of detecting faint signals from almost as far back as the Big Bang. This according to a report from Agence FrencePresse. “The LOFAR (LOw Frequency ARray) consists of 25,000 small antennas measuring between 50 centimetres and two metres across, instead of a traditional large dish,” Femke Boekhorst of the Netherlands Radioastronomy Institute was quoted saying in the report. “Today we have launched the biggest radiotelescope in the world. When you combine all the antennas you get a giant telescope with a diameter of about 1,000 kilometres (600 miles). The observations that we will be able to make will allow us to learn more about the origin of the universe, back to the moment right after the Big Bang.” —Update stories, unless otherwise cited, appear courtesy The Associated Press

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Contador wins stage-6 at Dauphine Two-time Tour de France champion Alberto Contador won the toughest stage of the Criterium du Dauphine Libere after beating race leader Janez Brajkovic in a two-man sprint Saturday. Contador launched several attacks in the final ascent to L’Alpe D’Huez, but Brajkovic responded to all of them. With a strong headwind in the final section, the Spaniard stayed on Brajkovic’s wheel and overtook the Slovenian in the last 50 meters. Brajkovic, a member of Lance Armstrong’s RadioShack team, retained the overall lead, 1 minute, 41

seconds ahead of Contador. American Tejay Van Garderen was third overall, 2:41 back. Contador returned to competition at the Criterium after not racing since the Liege-Bastogne-Liege on April 25. “I’m very touched to win at L’Alpe d’Huez,� said Contador, who was gearing up for the Tour de France in the French Alps. “My team worked for this from the beginning of the stage. When you have the chance to win at the top of a hill everybody knows, you can’t lose the opportunity.� The sixth stage covered 94.1 miles from Crolles to the famous ski resort and included two difficult climbs before the final ascent, which featured 21 curves.

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Still recovering from a bout of food poisoning, Robert Garrigus shot a 4-under 66 to break out of a pack and grab a two-stroke lead over Robert Karlsson of Sweden after three rounds at a steamy St. Jude Classic on Saturday. It’s the first time the 32-year-old Garrigus has led a U.S. PGA Tour event by himself, and he surged to the top of the leaderboard with four birdies and an eagle against two bogeys to reach 11-under 199. Karlsson, who shot a 68, is within striking distance of becoming the first European to win this event—

the tour’s third oldest dating to 1958. Englishman Lee Westwood, ranked No. 3, had led or had a share of the lead after the first two rounds. He had four bogeys and finished with a 71 that left him tied with Heath Slocum (66) at 8 under. Garrigus said he usually looks at leaderboards too much. “I took a peek on No. 11, saw that I was right there near the lead or maybe birdied to take the lead or something like that. I just put it out of my head,� Garrigus said. “After that, I really didn’t look. I didn’t

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Cancellara wins Switzerland prologue Armstrong 29 seconds back Fabian Cancellara won the prologue of the Tour of Switzerland on Saturday, while Lance Armstrong finished far back in the start of his last race before the Tour de France. Cancellara, who won the Paris-Roubaix in April, finished the 4.7-mile time trial in 10 minutes, 21 seconds around the lakeside town of Lugano. On a muggy, overcast day with intermittent rain, Roman Kreuziger of the Czech Republic was a second behind the Swiss leader. Tony Martin of Germany was in third place, 3 seconds off Cancellara’s pace. Armstrong was 44th overall, 29 seconds back. The seven-time Tour de France champion looked solid through the one minor climb, but then appeared to ride gingerly on slick roads close to the finish.

The Texan didn’t speak to the media afterward, but Cancellara said, “Whether he’s 44th or second or third, I think he comes here for preparation. He will perform very well in the next few days.� Armstrong woke up Saturday to a find a drug tester calling from cycling’s governing body. “That knocking on the door at 8am can only be one thing. Yep, doping control,� Armstrong said in a message posted on Twitter early in the day. Germano Casarotti, a cycling official in charge of anti-doping controls at this race, told The Associated Press that 88 riders were tested before Saturday’s start. Results are not yet known. The sport has been working to overcome doping scandals that have battered its image. Cancellara, the world champion time trialist, had said his top priority in this

race was to win the prologue, and he showed why he’s among the fastest riders in time-trial descents. At the intermediate time check—near the top of the climb at the midway point—he was 8 seconds behind Martin. “The pressure was for sure big; riding in my home country, I won last year, best prologue rider in the world,â€? Cancellara said. “People said, ‘Hey, you’re going to win anyway,’ but everybody has to ride.â€? The Saxo Bank cyclist has been at the center of speculation that some riders may be using tiny motors hidden in their bike frames. Cancellara has strongly denied reports he won the Paris-Roubaix and Tour of Flanders this year with the help of an electric bike. “These rumors and talking and all the things going around, I think it’s not necessary for cycling,â€? Cancellara said. “It’s not necessary to look at my bike. ‌ Cycling doesn’t need that.â€? The nine-day Tour of Switzerland

features some of the toughest climbs Armstrong will have faced this year in preparation for the Tour de France, which begins July 3. But few of his expected Tour de France rivals are at this race, aside from Cancellara’s Saxo teammates Andy and Frank Schleck of Luxembourg. Alberto Contador, the defending Tour de France champion and perhaps the top contender to repeat, is not in Switzerland. Contador won Saturday’s sixth stage of the Criterium du Dauphine in France. Other top Tour de France title threats are also absent. Many are recuperating from last month’s punishing Giro d’Italia, including winner Ivan Basso of Italy and Cadel Evans of Australia, who was fifth. Sunday’s 104-mile stage from Ascona to Sierra features a tough climb—the Simplon pass in the Alps. The race ends June 20.

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“I’m sure they were excited in bars back home. I can only imagine it was pretty intense,” Howard said. “We’re a resilient side, you know. We’re a tough side and on our day we can put a good performance in.” Howard bruised his ribs when Emile Heskey’s foot slid into him in the 29th minute. He was down for a while, grimaced several times when play resumed and had a painkiller injection at halftime. Then he saved the Americans time and again in the second half, frustrating the very high-priced stars he faces each week when he plays for Everton. Howard said the hit “felt like agony.” After the match, he felt sore and said he might need an MRI to make sure there isn’t any damage. “Obviously the adrenaline is pumping,” he said. “In a couple hours I’ll be struggling.”

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EAGLE VALLEY BASKETBALL peaks on each of the world’s seven continents. It rises 18,000 feet from its base to the summit, the winds rage 100 mph and the temperature hits 45 below zero. It was zero when Kedeowski reached the summit, and it was still zero when he started back up to help with the rescue. The crew hiked six miles almost straight up in less than two and a half hours. They left more than 150 glowing wands behind them as they climbed, to make sure they could find their way back down, and to make sure they didn’t fall into a crevasse and die before Kedrowski finished his research. “We were sticking them everywhere,” he said. The heart attack victim’s name was Curt, he was climbing with a medical doctor, and was fine, or as fine as someone could be near the top of one of the world’s tallest mountains when his heart decided to go on strike. “That sort of thing happens all the time up there,” Jon said. On this day, Kedrowski learned that if you head up a mountain schlepping two oxygen tanks, a box of pharmaceuticals, a blood pressure cuff and a sled, they get heavy. Coming down is much less labor intensive. As it turns out, Curt is in the majority. Most people don’t reach the summit. “About 1,200 people a season try to climb it, and about half make it,” Jon


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said. “Before they start, they tell you success means reaching the top. Once they start, their definitions of success begin to shift, and change completely if they don’t make the summit.” Basketball and life, they’re a lot alike If you climb in this area, you’ve probably seen Kedrowski. He was an All State basketball player at Eagle Valley High School and climbed 14ers because … well, they were there, right out the back door. He and Pietrack are running the Eagle Valley Basketball Academy, June 21-23. Kids will learn the fundamentals of basketball and life. They tend to be pretty much the same. “We’ll talk about the climb, how tough it can be, and about overcoming obstacles,” Jon said. Kedrowski and Pietrack played on Eagle Valley High School teams that twice advanced to the state finals. Both went on to play college basketball, Kedrowski at Valparaiso and Pietrack at Fort Lewis. Pietrack is now on the Fort Lewis coaching staff and handles the recruiting. It’s no coincidence that Fort Lewis has challenged for the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference title and advanced deep into the playoffs every year since he joined the staff.

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4x4, 3.2L, 6-Speed Automatic, 44,868 Miles, Stock # VP81014020 888-444-2554

FWD, 4 Door, 2.0L, 6-Speed Automatic, 41,210 Miles Stock #P1492A 888.413.5024


AWD, 2.5L, 5-Speed Automatic, 51,330 Miles, Stock #VT51189557 $20,997

3 Door, 2.4L, Manual, 55,128 Miles Stock #2142 888-413-5024

Dillion Valley East Studio furnished, heat and cable included. Kathy, Havlik Mgmt. 970.376.7225

AWD Wagon, 2.5L, 4-Speed Automatic, 41,627 Miles, Stock #S6H726185 $14,988

AWD, 2.5L, 5-Speed Automatic, 91,399 Miles, Stock #VT52476774 $13,997

888-413-5024 2006 Volvo V50

2005 Volvo XC70

2 Door, 2.0L, 5-Speed Manual, 48,850 Miles, Stock #5149 888.413.5024


AWD, 2.5L, 5-Speed Automatic, 74,694 Miles, Stock # VT51171697 888-444-2554

4 Door, 1.8L, 5-Speed Automatic, 60,300 Miles, Stock #P9908 $10,995

2000 SF, heated, 2 large overhead doors, 1/2 bath, plus 7 parking spaces. Reduced rent for the 1st year. Available Sept. 1 Call 970.470.1044

RECYCLE $18,981

2.4L, 5-Speed Automatic, 39,334 Miles, Stock # VP62183424 888-444-2554


Vail Mountaineer

2 bedroom, 1 bath home behind Grand Avenue Grill. Very clean basement with separate entrance. W/D, NS/ NP, must be quiet. Available July 1. $850 deposit 970.328.5428 or 970.393.2009

Sunday, June 13, 2010 1BD Studio in Elk Meadows full bath, small kitchen Walk-in closet, reserved outdoor parking, . Utilities and cable included. Walking distance to everything in Edwards.

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.

3BD, 2BA Townhome N/S, N/P

F/L/Sec. Dep. Negotiable Available as soon as April 1st Call Kent for appointment 970.401.3841

3BD, 2BA. Newly remodeled. High end finishes. 10 acres, horses welcome. Lots of storage.



Own bed/bath in 3 bedroom condo. Unfurnished, flexible lease. Kathy, Havlik Mgmt. 970.376.7225

3 BD/3BA, garage, club membership,unfurnished.

1 BD, 1 BA in SFH. Exquisite setting. 900 SF for single person. Available Aug. 1

2 BD/2BA unit Includes utilities, pets negotiable. Call 970.390.1898

Call Tracy 970.688.4843

1BD, 1BA, very nice lock off unit, separate entrance, fully furnished, w/ kitchenette. N/P, N/S Club membership available. Call 970.926.7842

Furnished 2Bd/2Ba, large office or game room, whirlpool tub, new appliances, Pets negotiable, washer, dryer, vaulted ceilings, storage, Call 970.904.6369

2 rooms available in 3 bedroom golf course town home. Master bedroom with a king size bed, walk in closet, and bath. Private Bedroom with bath Call Now 973.768.3276

Peace and quiet overlooking the river and private path. Large 2 bedroom and 2 full baths, lots of storage, high ceilings and big windows. W/D and fireplace. Cherry and stone finishes, SS appliances, and wood flooring. Bonus room and balcony. Assigned covered parking, seasonal pool, year round hot tub (2 new spa robes included). Community room with games and computer/printer/internet. NS/NP. In like new condition! Call

Call 970.470.1044

3 BD, 3 BA townhome for rent. 1 car garage. N/P, N/S Available July 1 $1000 deposit required Call John for details 970.390.8608

Lovely, spacious 3-4BD, 2.5BA townhome. 1,800 sq ft, gas heat, W/D, adjacent Gypsum Elementary, reasonable.

1 BD executive penthouse condo in Riverwalk Opal Building. Access to shops and restaurants. Awesome interior. Secured elevator, W/D, underground parking. Electric, T.V. phone not included. Unfurnished. Long term 970.471.0142

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

Vail International Prime Village Location. 2BD, 2BA furnished condo. Pool, spa, fitness room. N/S. Dog considered. 1st and last required. Security neg. w/ references. Now through October

Call 970.476.0900

Craigslist ad #1703511888 970.485.2310

Sandstone 1 Bd, 1 BA furnished. One parking, and deck. Bus stop right in front. Very clean. NS/NP. Call 970.390.2263

2 BD, 2BA condo lock-off in new SFH. Very nice laundry. 1500 SF, 2 person maximum. Available Sept. 1 Call 970.470.1044

Studio lock-off in quiet locationon golf course. T.V., refrig., microwave, and utilities included. 1 person only, NS/ NP, 5 month - 1 year lease Call Steve

2 and 3 BD furnished condos in Sandstone.

to see today!

Private Bath. Laundry and Kitchen privalages. On the River. $450/month plus utilities. N/S. Available May 1.

Nice and Large 3BD, 2BA house. Beautiful view. Yard. Radiant Heat. 970.390.3018

1BD w/ private bath available for rent in a 3BD home in Chatfield Corners. Deposit Call 480.620.2836

1BD condo unfurnished. FP, WD in unit, reserve parking, on bus route, sunny. N/P, N/S 970.376.1124

2 BD, 2 BA on free bus route, pool, market. Partially furnished. NS/NP Call 970.390.0624

Call 520-238-2954

Ted Steers 970.477.5319

Call 303.665.3418

4 Bedroom/3 bath unfurnished. Pellet stove- pool on property. NS/NP Kathy, Havilk Mgmt 970.376.7225

Austria Haus Club Vail Village 2-3BD residences. Views, pool, hot tub, breakfast, housekeeping, valet, Vail Athletic Club.

3 BD, 2.5 BA large Vail duplex. Sunny year round. Recently remodeled, unfurnished, W/D, fireplace, basement, and 1 car garage. NS. 3 minute walk to VMS. Super location for VMS student. On bus route. 1 year lease

One Willow Bridge Road Vail Village 2,3,4 BD residences. Mountain views, pool and hot tubs on Gore Creek, Sonnenalp Spa, hotel service. Ted Steers 970.477.5319

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

2BD, 1BA plus powder room, furnished, available immediately Gold Peak area of Vail Village No smokers, no pets Must have excellent references Call Linda, 970.748.5016 ext.7

Open House Villas at Brett Ranch #606, Edwards 2 BD/2BA

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Sunday, June 13, 2010

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.

Own this great, single family home with no Money Down. Paved driveway, 2 car garage. Lawn mower included! Call for details, must have good credit.

178 Wayne Creek $4,995,000


Major Price Reductions at Brush Creek Village. Only 12 10 Developer Units left! 3 & 4 BD units, some w/ basements, in brand new private development. Adjacent to pool and ice-rink. Financing now available

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

Now Starting at only $349,000


Vail Mountaineer

This single floor living home has been totally remodeled. 3BD, 2.5BA. Price includes brand new LG front load W/D, all TVs, electronics and more.

7 Snowgoose


Gil Fancher, Sonnenalp Real Estate

Mike Devins, RE/MAX Vail Valley

John Purchase, Wynton Homes, LLC

Mary Isom, Sonnenalp Real Estate

Doug Landin, Slifer Smith and Frampton

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.

Spacious 2BD Front Gate Town home w/ over 1,400+/- sq. ft. It is very clean and is a perfect home for the first time buyer.

Incredible low price! Gorgeous 2bd, 2ba condo on Eagle River w/ big views of NY Mtn. Top floor, vaulted ceilings, wood floors, slate fireplace, 2 decks & garage.

Enjoy river views from this immaculate Riverwalk Amber 2 Bd unit with custom wood floors, underground parking, and elevator. Heat included in dues.

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.

Villas at Brett Ranch #606

Amber Building in the Riverwalk

90 Willowstone Place

Kathie Cavataio, Prudential CO Properties

David Nudell, Prudential CO Properties

Bob New, Colorado Mountain Properties



275 Robins Egg


Now Only $285,000

$649,000 Tracy Bossow, Prudential Colorado Prop.

Doug Landin, Slifer Smith and Frampton

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

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



970.479.0242 or 970.376.1299

916 Mayne Street


Bob New, Colorado Mountain Properties




Beautiful custom home, 5BD, plus office and large family areas. Views of Beaver Creek and Arrowhead. Quality finishes through out include hickory floors, wood beams and spacious decks w/ patio.

4 BD, 4 BA SFH at the end of a cul de sac, surrounded by open space with spectacular views. Open floor plan with chefâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s kitchen and private dining deck.


Just listed $1,029,000

Jean Mitchell, 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.


Offered at only $329,900

970.390.0492 or

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

Nice 3 BD/2 BA home with a lock off bd/ 1ba apartment. Great rental.

Value Range $739,000 - $849,876


South Main Street

Tracy Bossow, Prudential Colorado Prop.

Bob New, Colorado Mountain Properties

Large single family home located on the 16th fairway of Sonnenalp Golf Course w/ ski slope views. 5BD, 4.5BA, 4,800 sq ft w/ 3 separate living areas.


Charolais Circle southwestern home. 4BD, 3 BA, 3 car garage. Quiet street. Close to schools, hiking and park. Under appraisal price. All offers considerd.

970.479.0242 or 970.376.1299



Singletree lot with fabulous views of Arrowhead and golf course. Backs up to open space. Some taps fees have been paid.

621 Singletree Road


Bonnie Havlik, Havlik Real Estate Inc.

970.390.2111 or 970.949.0528

East Vailâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Best Value! 5BD, almost 5,000 sf. New luxury construction on Gore Creek with spectacular waterfall views from master bedroom.

171 Chaparral Road

490 Winslow Rd.

For Sale by Owner

Gary Pesso, Sonnenalp Real Estate



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

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

Enjoy slope views & summer sunsets from this 4 bd/4ba home. Vaulted living room, master suite & bonus room. Swimming pool, tennis, and back patio with garden.

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.

1746 W Gore Creek Drive

Potato Patch Club No. 5

2950 Square Feet

Tyra Rudrud, Sonnenalp Real Estate

Linda Miner/Joni Taylor, Sonnenalp

Linda Miner, Sonnenalp Real Estate

Sandstone 70, Unit A4

Gil Fancher, Sonnenalp Real Estate

Tyra Rudrud/Joni White Taylor, Sonnenalp


970.376.5510 or


Pitkin Creek 10 E

Price Reduced $480,000







Low 3 Millions

John Nilsson, Sonnenalp Real Estate


Offered at $1,595,000


Just reduced to $1,780,000


in our Classified Ads

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

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.

2610 Arosa Drive

Austria Haus Club

Julie Retzlaff, Sonnenalp Real Estate

Jean Mitchell, Sonnenalp Real Estate




Priced from $205,00 - $360,000


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Vail Mountaineer

Sunday, June 13, 2010

Knee Pain I

f you have ever suffered with chronic pain in the knee, you know how frustrating it can be. After years of running, tennis, cycling, hiking, skiing, kayaking, etc., I have developed pain from no reason or injury. After ice, rest, and not getting better I sought evaluation and treatment. I met an aeronautical engineer/ test pilot who went on to become a sports injury specialist. He was developing at the time a new active form of muscular treatment called active release techniques (ART). After a quick evaluation of the region, he was able to see that the muscles of the foot and hip were placing stress on the quadriceps, which was so tight that they were weakened and unable to support the appropriate and balanced tracking of the knee cap.

In order to flex the knee, we had to correct all the problems along the kinetic chain of the entire leg. He explained to me that the muscles were overworked and had developed over-use injuries which would not allow them to get stronger. He further explained that these soft tissue injuries could be resolved by ART, then the area could be strengthened without pain. Needless to say it worked!! I have been studying this technique for several years. Call us today to find out why this treatment is in almost every NFL locker room as well as the PGA, and being used extensively for improved speed of recovery from injury, injury prevention and for performance enhancement by the Olympic teams for the US and Canada.



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This Wednesday, May 16th, 11:30am-till it's gone!

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LPINE HIROPRACTIC (970) 949.6244

Benefit from the same techniques the PGA & NFL use.

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