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Crowds gather at Slifer Square in Vail Village last night for the official lighting of the Vail Village Christmas tree. Avery Cunliffe photo.

Last night, Father Christmas paid an early visit to Vail for the town’s annual tree-lighting ceremony, and he was among friends. When the Jolly Old Elf took the microphone on the stage in Slifer Square, he told the audience below that he planned to make his next trip on Dec. 24, but first asked children and adults alike one question – do they still believe? The crowd responded with a resounding cheer. More than 200 people braved temperatures below freezing to drink hot chocolate, munch on baked goods and dance to holiday favorites while waiting for Vail’s holiday season to officially kick off. Though the 12 days of Christmas haven’t even started yet, many of the area’s skiers [See VAIL TREE LIGHTING, page 18]


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the flats. Mancuso suffered the same problems on the second run after having a terrific first run, finishing second in the field, just three hundredths behind Rebensburg of Germany. “I had a little problem on top and I felt like I lost my ski,” said Mancuso. “It was hard to get back in mentally. It was something in my head and I backed off.” Meanwhile Vonn, a Ski and Snowboard Club Vail racer, skied too straight and right off the winding course. For Vonn, an Olympic gold medalist in the Downhill, it was [See ASPEN, page 18]

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The United States and South Korea began joint war games Sunday, as South Koreans demanded vengeance over a deadly North Korean artillery bombardment that has raised fears of more clashes between the bitter rivals. The North, meanwhile, worked to justify one of the worst attacks on South Korean territory since the 1950-53 Korean War. Four South Koreans, including two civilians, died after the North rained artillery on the small Yellow Sea island of Yeonpyeong, which is home to both fishing communities and military bases. North Korea said civilians were used as a “human shield” around artillery positions and lashed out at what it called a “propaganda campaign” against Pyongyang. It claimed the United States orches[See THE UPDATE, page 8]

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Earlier in the week, she described the course as being very tricky. “The course is just so technical,” she said. “You can’t just ski the thing. You have to be game on and only the best skiers will win.” Schleper took a big spill while training there this week, a testament to how challenging the course is. “I’ve gone down once,” she said. “It should be exciting for both the racers and the audience.” Schleper was laying down a solid run before a minor speed check bounced her coming onto


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alist Julia Mancuso, who has been training in Vail the last few weeks, led the U.S. squad with an eighth-place finish. Vail native Schleper was able to bag some World Cup points in 18th, the second-best finish of the Americans. Three-time World Cup overall winner Lindsey Vonn, also a Vail resident, skied out in the opening run. For Schleper, the top-20 finish was all too predictable. “The last three years I’ve been right around the top-20,” she said after the race. “I want to start getting top-15s, top-10s. I want to get back into that routine.”


Olympic gold medalist and Ski and Snowboard Club Vail athlete Lindsey Vonn checks the edges on her skis after training on the race course in Aspen on Friday. Vonn did not finish in yesterday’s World Cup Giant Slalom, but is hoping for better results in today’s Slalom. Vonn led the U.S. squad in the last World Cup Slalom in Levi, Finland, with a 6thplace finish. AP photo.

Sarah Schleper said only the best skiers will make it to the podium this weekend in Aspen, and yesterday, those skiers were from France and Germany, and all within 0.03 seconds of each other. France’s Tessa Worley edged Olympic champion Viktoria Rebensburg of Germany by 0.01 seconds for first in yesterday’s World Cup Giant Slalom at the Aspen Winternational, the only women’s alpine World Cup event in the U.S. Kathrin Hoelzl, also of Germany, finished third, just 0.02 behind. She won this event last year. Three-time Olympic med-


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Public meeting on new Ever Vail plans Tuesday Revision reduces commercial space by more than 30%

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Vail Resorts will host an open house about the newest plans for Ever Vail on Tuesday, Nov. 30, at 5:30 p.m. at the Arrabelle at Vail Square. Ever Vail, a proposed mixed-use project located in Vail between Lionshead and Cascade, seeks to redevelop a nearly 12-acre site that is currently home to an aging maintenance facility, office buildings and a former gas station. The purpose of the meeting is to update the public on the project’s recent change in plans and application materials. The revised plans reduce commercial space by more than 30 percent, and also include revisions to the Red Sandstone Creek corridor creating a larger open parklike area through the middle of the nearly 12-acre site. Ever Vail aims to provide an infill development to create a connection between Lionshead Village and Cascade Village. It seeks to bring

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together mountain access, affordable and free-market housing, according to Ever Vail, LLC, an affiliate of Vail Resorts Development Company, which is in charge of the project. Ever Vail is now envisioned with three restaurants (down from six), from high-end dining to casualfamily dining, and a nightclub/live music venue. The retail proposed for Ever Vail is primarily located along the pedestrian corridor leading to the proposed new gondola with first-floor frontage. The plans still include a specialty grocer of approximately 13,000 square feet, and about 15,564 square feet of retail uses – down from about 36,000 square feet. Ever Vail proposes 422 residential dwelling units that may be a mix of affordable year-round housing, whole-ownership condominiums, and shared-ownership homes. On-site employee housing will

also be a key component of Ever Vail with about 41 of the total residential units proposed to be deedrestricted employee housing units. As currently proposed, there are 32 for-sale employee housing units and nine rental employee housing units. About 67 percent of the town of Vail’s employee housing requirement will be met within Ever Vail; regulations require only 50 percent to be on site. The Ever Vail project has been in the Town of Vail approval process since 2007, having been reviewed in about 30 meetings and hearings with the Town and the community. “The review process and community input have positively shaped and re-shaped the project since the original plan that was submitted three years ago,” Vail Resorts said in a press release, adding that the public is encouraged to voice their input once again at Tuesday’s meeting.

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CDOT sponsored effort ‘Heat is On’ runs through tonight By Matt Minich Mountaineer Staff Writer Since local police beefed up their DUI enforcement Tuesday, they have arrested five drunk drivers in Eagle County, according to information released yesterday afternoon by the Gore Range DUI Task Force. Of those arrests, three were made Friday night. The task force is a cooperative effort between the Eagle, Avon and Vail Police Departments and the Eagle County Sheriff’s Department. All departments, as well as the Colorado State Patrol, have officers working overtime this weekend as part of a statewide enforcement campaign called “The Heat is On.” The campaign is a program of the Colorado Depart-

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US briefs allies about next WikiLeaks release

U.S. allies around the world have been briefed by American diplomats about an expected release of classified U.S. files by the WikiLeaks website that is likely to cause international embarrassment and could damage some nations’ relations with the United States. The release of hundreds of thousands of State Department cables is expected this weekend, although WikiLeaks has not been specific about the timing. The cables are thought to include private, candid assessments of foreign leaders and governments and could erode trust in the U.S. as a diplomatic partner. In Brit-


Congress’ tax-cut decision and the economy

On this, economists agree: Extending tax cuts passed under President George W. Bush for low- and middleincome people would strengthen the weak economy. The question is what to do about the highest-paid 3 percent of taxpayers. Should Congress let their tax cuts expire at year’s end as scheduled? Extend them for only a while? Or make them permanent? It isn’t just a debate over how much money highincome Americans should get to keep. It’s about how much their tax cuts might aid the economy. And how much they’ll affect the budget deficit years from now. But first, consider what would happen next year if Congress let the tax cuts for everyone expire as scheduled. According to Moody’s Analytics, the deficit would drop to $732 billion. That’s well below the $1.3 trillion deficit for the budget year that ended Sept. 30. At the same time, the economy would suffer, Moody’s says: Growth would tail off to just 0.9 percent next year. That’s scarcely more than a recessionary pace. And unemployment would average 10.7 percent next year.

Cargo plane crashes into Pakistani housing complex

A cargo plane crashed into a housing complex in Karachi soon after takeoff Sunday, setting off a huge blaze and killing all eight Russian crew on board, Pakistan’s civil aviation authority said. At least one person on the ground was injured, but the Russian-made plane missed several densely populated apartment blocks by a few hundred yards (meters). About 20 houses were damaged or destroyed though most were under construction and believed to be unoccupied, locals said. The Sudan-bound plane crashed around 1:50 a.m., when many people in the upscale neighborhood of Pakistan’s largest city were asleep. One of the plane’s engines was on fire when it flew overhead, several witnesses said.

One scientist’s hobby: recreating the ice age

Wild horses have returned to northern Siberia. So have musk oxen, hairy beasts that once shared this icy land with woolly mammoths and saber-toothed cats. Moose and reindeer are here, and may one day be joined by Canadian bison and deer. Later, the predators will come - Siberian tigers,

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Hunters may have delivered fatal blow to mammoths

During the last Ice Age, shaggy mammoths, woolly rhinos and bison lumbered across northern Siberia. Then, about 10,000 years ago - in the span of a geological heartbeat, or a few hundred years - the last of them disappeared. Many scientists believe a dramatic shift in climate drove these giant grazers to extinction. But two scientists who live year-round in the frigid Siberian plains say that man -either for food, fuel or fun - hunted the animals to extinction. Paleontologists have been squabbling for decades over how these animals met their sudden demise. The most persuasive theories say it was humanity and nature: Dramatically warming temperatures caused a changing habitat and brought a migration of men armed with deep-piercing spears. No one knows for sure what set off global warming back then - perhaps solar activity or a slight shift in the Earth’s orbit. But, in an echo of the global warming debate today, Sergey Zimov, director of the internationally funded Northeast Science Station, and his son Nikita say man was the real agent of change.

Cuban-American to head House Foreign Affairs

She hung up on the next president, Barack Obama. Twice. She thought it was a prank. In an expert stroke of political spin, she immediately sent out a press release explaining the apparent snub as a mix-up. Meet Florida U.S. Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, the first Cuban-American to serve in Congress and the next in line to head the House Foreign Affairs Committee. The phone incident occurred in late 2008 as the president-elect reached out to potentially friendly Republicans and shortly after a radio host fooled Sarah Palin by impersonating the president of France on the phone. But it was vintage “Ily,” as she is known in Washington: frank, almost irreverent, yet imbued with an underlying seriousness and political savvy. It also was a reminder that Ros-Lehtinen, 58, presents an increasingly rare image these days - a politician occasionally willing to work across the aisle. [See THE UPDATE, page 10]

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A Somali-born teenager plotted “a spectacular show� of terrorism for months, saying he didn’t mind that children would die if he bombed a crowded Christmas tree-lighting ceremony, according to a law-enforcement official and court documents. He never got the chance. Mohamed Osman Mohamud, 19, was arrested Friday in downtown Portland after using a cell phone to try to detonate what he thought were explosives in a van, prosecutors said. It turned out to be a dummy bomb put together by FBI agents, and authorities said the public was never in danger. The case is the latest in a string of alleged terrorist planning by U.S. citizens or residents, including a Times Square plot in which a Pakistan-born man pleaded guilty earlier this year to trying to set off a car bomb at a busy street corner. In the Portland plot, Mohamud believed he was receiving help from a larger ring of jihadists as he communicated with undercover agents, but a law enforcement official who wasn’t authorized to discuss the case publicly and spoke on a condition of anonymity told The Associated Press that no foreign terrorist organization was directing him.

Higher gas prices won’t slow most holiday shoppers

Many Americans are determined not to let higher gas be the Grinch that spoils their holiday spending plans. Gas prices on average have risen about 17 cents since Labor Day, following a $12 increase in oil prices. By one analyst’s estimate, that means Americans are spending around $68 million more on gas each day than in early September. While that sounds like a threat to sales of Barbie Video Girl dolls and even iPods, on an individual basis the increase amounts to $3 or $4 extra to fill up a car, a bit more for an SUV or a pick-up. Many motorists absorb the cost increases by skipping the gourmet coffee or passing on a movie. Or they drive less. Cassie Peterson, 25, a health coordinator from St. Paul, said higher prices won’t change what she buys for her nieces, as she pumped gas into a Ford F-350 pickup truck at a SuperAmerica gas station in White Bear Lake, Minn., on Friday. She paid $2.80 per gallon.

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Teens adrift at sea almost lost hope

For more than 50 days, the three boys slurped rainwater that puddled in the bottom of their tiny boat, gobbled flying fish that leaped aboard and prayed for salvation. Etueni Nasau and his two cousins almost gave up hope they would survive as they bobbed in their aluminum dinghy across the South Pacific for more than seven weeks, before a fishing trawler spotted them by chance and brought an end to their extraordinary ordeal. “I thank God for keeping us alive all this while, while were drifting out in open sea,” Nasau, 14, told The Associated Press. “We prayed every day that someone will find us and rescue us. We thought we would die.” In a shy, quiet voice, Nasau spoke yesterday from his hospital bed in Fiji, where the trio were brought a day earlier and quickly treated for dehydration, bad sunburn and malnourishment.

Lebanese PM seeks support in Iran visit

Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri expressed concerns for stability in the Middle East as he began a visit to Tehran yesterday to rally Iran’s support for his efforts to keep Lebanon stable amid tensions over a U.N. probe into the assassination of his father, Rafik Hariri. The visit follows President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s October tour of Lebanon, during which the Iranian leader reinforced Tehran’s ties to the Lebanese militant Hezbollah group, a longtime protege of the Shiite powerhouse. The exuberant welcome the Shiite Hezbollah staged for Ahmadinejad in Lebanon threw Hariri’s Westernbacked factions in the government on the defensive. After touchdown in Tehran, Hariri was greeted by Iran’s Vice President Mohammad Reza Rahimi and reviewed an honor guard before heading in to meetings. Lebanon’s fragile unity government, which includes Hezbollah, has been struggling ahead of expected indictments by the U.N. tribunal investigating former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri’s 2005 slaying.

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Willie Nelson charged with pot possession in Texas

A U.S. Border Patrol spokesman says country singer Willie Nelson was charged with marijuana possession after 6 ounces was found aboard his tour bus in Texas. Patrol spokesman Bill Brooks says the bus pulled into the Sierra Blanca, Texas, checkpoint about 9 a.m. Friday. Brooks says an officer smelled pot when a door was opened and a search turned up marijuana. Brooks says the Hudspeth County sheriff was contacted and Nelson was NELSON among three people arrested. Sheriff Arvin West didn’t immediately return a phone message left at his home Friday, but he told the El Paso Times that Nelson claimed the marijuana was his. The singer was held briefly a $2,500 bond before being released.

San Diego drug tunnel had railcar, tons of pot

Investigators suspect a major drug cartel was the driving force behind two long, sophisticated tunnels connecting Mexico with the U.S. that were discovered this month along with more than 40 tons of marijuana. Authorities said an underground passage located Thursday was similar to one found earlier - both running around 2,000 feet from Mexico to San Diego and equipped with lighting, ventilation, and a rail system for drugs to be carried on a small cart. The tunnels are believed to be the work of Mexico’s Sinaloa cartel, headed by that country’s most-wanted drug lord, Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, said Mike Unzueta, head of investigations at U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement in San Diego.

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Spain’s Rafael Nadal arrives through dry ice yesterday to play against Britain’s Andy Murray in a semifinal single tennis match at the ATP World Tour Finals at the O2 Arena in London. Nadal beat Murray and will face rival Roger Federer in the finals today. AP Photo.

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McDaniels, Broncos fined in filming probe Video operations director fired The NFL fined the Denver Broncos and coach Josh McDaniels $50,000 each because the team’s video operations director filmed a San Francisco 49ers practice in London last month -- a penalty that some say is too lenient. The NFL investigation determined Steve Scarnecchia took a six-minute video of the walkthrough and presented it that day to McDaniels. The coach declined to view it. Still, the NFL fined both the coach and team because the matter was not promptly reported, as required by the league. Scarnecchia was also involved in the NFL’s last videotaping scandal, dubbed Spygate. After the Patriots were caught videotaping New York Jets coaches sending in signals during a 2007 game, the league’s investigation determined New England had violated rules over several seasons. Scarnecchia, who had left the Patriots by the time they were caught, was found to have taken part in the videotaping when he worked for the team in the early 2000s. Scarnecchia was fired by the Broncos and was notified by Commissioner Roger Goodell that, as a repeat violator of league rules regarding the integrity of the game, he faced a hearing to determine if he would be banned from the NFL. “We certainly did not view or do anything with the footage, and he was made aware that it was something we didn’t condone in our organization,” McDaniels said Saturday. “I failed to follow through and report it to the proper individuals in our organization and with the league.” Asked why he failed to report the incident immediately, McDaniels said: “I made a mistake. I made a mistake and I should

have done that right away. We felt we handled it the right way by not doing anything with that but I did not follow through with it.” McDaniels also worked for New England, but NFL Executive Vice President Jeff Pash said there was no evidence he was involved with the videotaping there. The Broncos didn’t report this latest incident to the NFL for nearly two weeks, and Scarnecchia remained involved with the team until mid-November. Two hours before the league announced the results of its investigation Saturday, the team said Scarnecchia was on a leave of absence. Later, it said he’d been fired. McDaniels, who worked in New England from 2001-09, hired Scarnecchia in Denver shortly after he became the Broncos’ coach 22 months ago. “When we hired Steve, it was with the understanding that he would come here and do good work,” McDaniels said. “In no way did we think this situation or type of situation would come up and be an issue for us or for him.” Broncos chief operating officer Joe Ellis said that when Scarnecchia was hired, the team was aware he had been involved in Spygate, but not of the specifics. “He knew full well what was expected from him in terms of the types of behavior we would expect out of him,” Ellis said on a conference call. The videotaping occurred during practices at Wembley Stadium on Oct. 30, the day before the 49ers’ 24-16 win over the Broncos. It was the only time the teams worked out on the same field in London. Ellis said the Broncos promptly notified the NFL after their

In this Oct. 30, 2010, file photo, the San Francisco 49ers work out during an NFL football practice at Wembley Stadium, London. The NFL investigation determined the Broncos’ video operations director Steve Scarnecchia took the six-minute video of the walkthrough and presented it that day to McDaniels. The coach declined to view it. AP photo.

executives learned of the violation. He declined to reveal how they became aware. The NFL determined Broncos executives were told about the videotaping Nov. 8, and told the league about it four days later after an internal review. On Nov. 16, Broncos owner Pat Bowlen, Ellis and team general counsel Rich Slivka met with league officials in New York. After that meeting, NFL security began its investigation, which included interviews of Broncos personnel and an analysis of laptop computers used by the team’s video department. It was confirmed the 49ers’ practice had been recorded, and the league retained that tape. Scarnecchia acknowledged to NFL investigators he taped the walkthrough, according to excerpts from a letter Goodell sent to Bowlen. The letter stated that Scarnecchia maintained that he had not previously recorded a walkthrough or other practice or “engaged in any other improper videotaping (such as recording coaching signals of an opposing

team) since joining the Broncos.” The letter also said Scarnecchia “knew that what he did in London was wrong,” that taping the walkthrough was his decision alone and nobody instructed him to record the practice. In addition, the investigation found that when Scarnecchia offered to show the tape to McDaniels, the coach replied, “No, I’m not doing that.” Scarnecchia said he didn’t show the tape to any other staff member. Goodell’s letter to Bowlen said that McDaniels was interviewed “under circumstances that would have made it impossible for him to have spoken to Mr. Scarnecchia in advance” and that McDaniels’ recollection of events matched Scarnecchia’s. McDaniels should have immediately notified team executives of what happened, however, the commissioner wrote. Goodell cited a policy in which team executives, head coaches and others are obliged to promptly report violations tied to the integrity of the game. Pash said

that as a coordinator and head coach, McDaniels would have been required to file a report with the league at the end of each season that acknowledged the policy. The league issued a much sterner punishment against the Patriots after Spygate. It included imposing $750,000 in fines against the team and coach Bill Belichick, and stripping New England of its 2008 first-round draft pick for what were found to be repeated violations. Is $50,000 fine enough? Some people think not considering numerous players have been fined $75,000 this year for helmet-to-helmet hits, and McDaniels knowingly hid this incident by not reporting it soon after it happened, which presents an integrity issue according to some. This is the latest embarrassment for a Broncos team that is 3-7 and has lost 15 of 20 for the first time since 1971-72. The Broncos face St. Louis at Invesco Field today. —The Associated Press

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Chavez has warned that he could expropriate private courses in Caracas to make way for public housing complexes. In one televised appearance last year, Chavez called golf a â&#x20AC;&#x153;bourgeois sportâ&#x20AC;? while discussing his plans for transforming Venezuela into a socialist state.Of the 17 courses that remain in the country, only two are public, severely limiting the access to those who canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t afford to play at the private clubs. In Venezuela, golf fans are hoping the sport will get a boost from Vegasâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; emergence in a country where baseball has long been the No. 1 sport and Chavezâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s threats have halted construction of new courses. The course shutdowns by the governmentâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;most recently on Margarita Island after Chavez ordered a hotel expropriatedâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;have hindered efforts to expand the sport in country, said Juan Nutt, president of the PGA of Venezuela. Heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s hoping Vegas can help turn that around. â&#x20AC;&#x153;When Jhonattan is playing in next yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Tour and he goes on television, there are going to be many more followers of golf in this country, even if they arenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t golfers,â&#x20AC;? Nutt said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;A lot more attention is going to be paid to a sport that traditionally hasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t been followed much in this country.â&#x20AC;?

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Daniela would love to show you around Vail Village Antiques in Vail Village where you can find a large collection of antique furniture, jewelry, collectibles and crystals. Vail Village Antiques is located off of Gore Creek Drive in Vail Village. The Vintage Magnolia girls Mary, Caitlin, and Vanessa are offering 15 percent off all holiday gifts and decorations. Stop in their new location in Edwards at the Riverwalk at check out their exquisite gifts, fine flowers, and happenings. Back by popular demand at Manto’s Pizza on Sunday and Mondays only! $10.99 Large 2 topping pizza. Make sure you mention their ad. Please no substitutions. Dine in and Take out. Call 328-6266 or stop by their great location across from Columbine Market in Gypsum.

Come get great candies, fudge, caramel apples and other goodies with Kate at Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory. For a limited time buy 3 caramel apples and get 1 free! Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory is located to the left of the fountain in Vail Village before the Vista Bahn. With more than 47 hand-made flavors, you can find an ice cream for any taste at Marble Slab in Vail with Margarita. Marble Slab makes their ice cream daily so it’s guaranteed to be as fresh as possible and is located across from the Transportation center in Vail Village.

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High Altitude Spa is a full service salon in Eagle and they are currently offering $85 cut and color (highlights slightly more). Call Morgan and Diana at 328-2887. Caleb Krueger was cold chillin’ at the Eagle-Vail Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving. You can catch the Eagle Valley student at most of the local races, he won his age division in the VRD’s trail running series this summer, and obviously isn’t fazed by the freezing temps.

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Infertility Issues? Feeling Anxious? Chronic Pain? Whatever your ailments may be, Alicia Mires at Alicia Mires Acupuncture in Eagle can help you. Give her a call for more information, 328-4966. Alicia specializes in acute and chronic Happy Holidays from the Battle Mountain pain management, sports medicine and women’s health. High School cheerleading squad. The whole team turned out to the tree lighting ceremony in Vail Who knew a frozen jog last night to raise money with a bake sale. Check through Eagle-Vail could out the new Warren Miller film “Wintervention” be the perfect way to kick tonight at the Battle Mountain High School off the holiday season? Auditorium at 6 p.m. The film features local The fabulous, freezing celebrity skiers Chris Anthony and Lindsey Vonn family duo of Beth and and showcases the Vail Valley, even diving into Ali O’Neill didn’t let the the archives and finding footage of Vail pioneer temperatures keep them Pete Seibert talking about the early days of Vail. away from the fourth annual Eagle-Vail Turkey Trot.

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and snowboarders have already gotten one item on their lists – fresh powder. On opening day, Vail Mountain started the lifts with 1,100 acres of open terrain, and the snow has been deeper and softer this November than during any in recent memory. In a brief speech before the tree lighting, Vail Mayor Dick Cleveland gave thanks not only to the town’s public works employees and U.S. Servicemen and women, but for the unseasonable bounty of snow. “We’ve got epic snow,” he said. “Probably the best snow we’ve had in 15 years for Thanksgiving.” Cleveland shared the stage with Vail’s Dickens Carolers, who sang holiday favorites like “Silent Night,” and even “Jingle Bell Rock,” and Father Brooks Keith of the Episcopal Church of Transfiguration, who took the stage to a different tune. Immediately after Father Brooks’ introduction, a mechanical mix-up routed a few seconds of heavy metal guitar through the speakers. Before bowing his head in prayer and gave thanks for American freedoms and

Santa Clause and Vail Mayor Dick Cleveland joined the children’s parade at last night’s annual tree lighting ceremony in Vail. Avery Cunliffe photo.

the sacrifices made to preserve it, he took a jab at his own expense. “The musical theme for the blessing will be by Whitesnake this evening,” he joked. When all was said and done and the lone tree was lit, the Father, Mayor

ASPEN WINTERNATIONAL another setback in the giant slalom, an event that’s not exactly her forte. She has never finished on the podium in a World Cup giant slalom. “Got a little excited and amped up,” Vonn said in an interview released by the U.S. Ski Team after she didn’t talk following her opening run. “That sometimes happens in ski racing.” Vonn carried too much speed into an upper section of the course and couldn’t recover to make a gate, leaving a spray of snow in her wake. This after all the work she’s put in over the summer to improve her giant slalom, fine-tuning her workouts and her diet to become more explosive. “I felt like I was skiing the best I ever have in my life and just didn’t really translate it over into the race,” Vonn said. “I think sometimes my mind gets the better of me and I get too excited. I just want it so bad that sometimes I make the wrong choices on the course.” Vonn’s husband and chief adviser, Thomas, was fully expecting a solid showing, especially after the way she’s been training.

Cleveland, Mr. and Mrs. Claus and the carolers all piled into a shuttle to lead a parade of floats, costumed characters, locals and tourists down Meadow Drive to the Lionshead Mall. There they did the whole thing over again, in almost the exact same fashion,

but with a few extra perks. The crowd enjoyed music from the Alpine Wind Ensemble, and many took advantage of free cookies and cider provided by the Arrabelle at Vail Square. The festivities were held out front of Billy’s Island Grill, and many visitors laced up their skates and got on the nearby skating rink, which was renting skates for just $5 throughout the entire ceremony. After the tree was lit and the organizers dispersed, many stayed outside the Quicksilver show to watch “Sup Bro,” a low-budget snowboarding movie. This year, the tree-lighting was performed a bit earlier than usual. It is usually held the weekend before Christmas, but this year was held just before the beginning of Chanuka, which goes from Dec. 1-8. In the coming weeks, Vail will play host to a number of holiday-themed events, including a nightly candle lighting during the days of Chanuka, the new family-themed Holidaze events and the town’s famous Snow Daze celebration, which this year will feature free concerts from headliners O.A.R. and Weezer.


Julia Mancuso rides the edges of her skis yesterday on her way to boasting the second-best time in the first run of the Women’s World Cup giant slalom ski race in Aspen. AP photo.

“For some reason, the bad luck seems to come out in the GS,” Thomas Vonn said. “Speed-wise, she’s there. It wouldn’t have surprised me if she won today. That’s why it’s that much more crushing.

“Sometimes, you just need to get that one big finish under your belt. For some reason in the GS, it doesn’t seem to want to happen. I still think she will have some good results this year.” The Olympic champion immediately

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turned her focus to today’s slalom by heading back onto the snow after the race to train. “I’m definitely disappointed in today but I’m still optimistic,” Vonn said. “My training has been going really well both in GS and slalom so I’m just looking forward to the next race and trying to stay positive and keep working hard.” Last year’s Winternational Slalom gave Vonn trouble as she skidded off the icy course. After this weekend, it’s on to Lake Louise, a place Vonn has traditionally done well, winning seven downhill races since 2004. “I feel like the first few races of the season, the technical races are really hard for me,” Vonn said. “When I go to Lake Louise, I feel like (it’s) my home turf and I feel like I pick up my confidence and finally get the ball rolling. “Hopefully, this year will be the same as all the other years.” NBC will air the women’s GS at 1 p.m. ET on Sunday, Nov. 28 with replay set for Dec. 4 at 4 p.m. on Versus.

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Must have experience and great customer service skills. Hours are Monday - Friday 6:30 am to 3:00 pm.

Provide a smooth, professional check-in & the highest quality of customer service. Will cross-train as a Concierge Agent. Work with guest registration system to perform “check in” & “check out” functions. Responsible for cash bank, collecting payments & reconciling cash bank. Must be able to work with money, do basic math and make change. Answer telephones & assist guests with directions & information. Answer inquiries pertaining to hotel services; registration of guests; and all area attractions. Must be guest service oriented & friendly. Must have the ability to work unsupervised & work a flexible schedule (day/evening shifts, weekends & holidays). Hospitality or hotel experience strongly preferred.

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Hiring Part Time Ticket Sellers Great Benefits & Season Pass

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Previous guest service and cash handling experience preferred

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Cogswell Gallery is looking for a responsible, full-time Sales Associate. Background in interior design or art preferable. Position requires working evenings, weekends and holidays.

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A local school is raising funds for a new server. Selling computers, laptops and more. Great for a business start-up or for spares for the office. Would prefer to sell together versus individually.

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Auto Classifieds

4 Door, 2.0L. 93,452 Miles. Stock #1140231

5 Door, AWD, 2.7L, Manual. 70,200 Miles. Stock #P6092 888-413-5024

1.7L, Automatic. 78,528 Miles. Stock #3074A 888.413.5024

2003 Honda Accord

2002 Ford Escape



$9,675 4 Door, FWD, 3.0L, 6-Cyl, Automatic, 90,501 Miles, Stock #U2949A


4 Door, 3.0L, Automatic, 109,514 Miles, Stock #031321

4 Door, 3.8L, 6-Cyl, Automatic, 71,895 Miles, Stock #U2913

720.449.9900 $8,465 4 Door, 6-Cyl, Automatic, 97,917 Miles, Stock #U2707B



V6, Automatic, 4x4, CD. 13,624 Miles. Great MPG. Perfect for mountain driving. Stock # RE835712 2008 Mazda


2003 Chevrolet Tahoe

4 Door, FWD, 5.3L, Automatic, 162,799 Miles, Stock #3J239933

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4 Door, FWD, 4.0L. Automatic. 126,001 Miles. Stock #030971


2003 Chevrolet Venture

4WD, AC, CD player. 143,000 miles. 20 mpg. Clean & in good shape.

2009 Hyundai Sonata


$12,085 4 Door, 6-Cyl, Automatic, 51,815 Miles, Stock #U2919

4-Speed Automatic. 5.3L V8 OHV 16V FFV. 81,408 Miles. Stock #C1008. $19,760

2000 Buick LeSabre

2006 Kia Armanti

3 Door, 2.0L, Automatic. 51,374 Miles. Stock #7018A

4 Door, FWD, 2.4L, 54,018 Miles, Stock #9H452582



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2007 Jeep Liberty

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2008 Ford Fusion



2009 Chevrolet Malibu

4 Door, FWD, 3.7L, 6-Cyl, Automatic, 63,170 Miles, Stock #U2926

$5,985 4 Door, FWD, 6-Cyl, Automatic, 12,000 Miles, Stock #M2744B




4 Door, 2.3L, Front Wheel Drive, Automatic, 77,456 Miles, Stock #4433



$19,895 5 Door, 2.3L, 4-Cyl, 6-Spd, Manual, 14,388 Miles, Stock #M2630A

2009 Mazda

4 Door, 6-Cyl, Automatic, 51,815 Miles, Stock #U2919


2009 Kia Borrego

$15,468 4 Door Wgn, 4-Cyl, Automatic, 33,480 Miles, Stock #U2954


2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee

4 Door, FWD, 3.8L, Automatic, 53,670 Miles, Stock #61170166


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4 Door, FWD, 4.0L, Automatic, 102,016 Miles, Stock #041501

2009 Chrysler T&C

5.7L, V8, Automatic, 4x4, CD 59,354 Miles. Professionally lifted. BFG All-Terrain tires. Stock # CC278566

$17,995 4 Door, 6-Cyl, 5-Spd, 4x4, Automatic, 38,640 Miles, Stock #U2806

$17,595 4 Door, FWD, 4-Cyl, Automatic, 20,815 Miles, Stock #U2731


4 Door, 2.5L, FWD, Automatic. 72,585 Miles. Stock #0120341

2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee


4 Door, FWD, 3.7L, Automatic, 83,961 Miles, Stock #080391

2002 Chevrolet Silverado

$33,985 4 Door, AWD, 4x4, 3.6L, 6Cyl, Automatic, 37,106 Miles, Stock #M2710A



4WD. 2.4L L4 DOHC 16V 5-Speed Automatic. 74,954 Miles. Stock #C1009 $21,250




2009 Honda Civic

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2 Door, 1.6L, Manual. 54,464 Miles Stock #1103

$15,965 4 Door, 1.8L, 4-Cyl, Automatic, 29,225 Miles, Stock #U2897


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2005 Nissan Armada


4 Door, FWD, 5.3L, Automatic, 79,973 Miles, Stock #21297088


2008 GMC Acadia


4 Door, FWD, 6-Cyl, Automatic, 21,032 Miles, Stock #U2951

4 Door, FWD, 2.5L, Automatic. 30,954 Miles. Stock #4492.

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Auto ads starting at $50/month

$19,865 FWD, 4x4, 5.6L, V8, 8-Cyl, Automatic, 82,806 Miles, Stock #M2405B


4 Door, 2.5L. 117,957 Miles. Stock #44032

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2009 Volvo S60


Good condition & well-maintained. Great mountain car! 116,000 miles. Call 970.470.1225

2006 Pontiac G6


4 Door, 3.9L, Automatic, 66,395 Miles, Stock #062011

Automatic Transmission. Silver exterior, grey leather interior, electric everything. 4 door, 4-wheel drive. 125,000 miles but super clean inside & out!

Call Steve 970.376.5218

First come, first served. Call 970.331.3937 2007 Subaru Impreza

Low Miles (33,400). FWD. Auto 5-speed. Roof rack. Auto climate control. Info center. Leather power seats. Power windows/sunroof/mirrors. Front & rear side curtain airbags. Front & rear fog lights. Stabilization control. Winter driving mode. Clean, quick & sporty!

2006 Volvo XC70


Year leases. Call Ron at 970.926.6261 or 917.853.0004

Rentals Own Bed, own bath. NS, no illegal drugs, month to month, rent/negotiable. Room for one person.

4 Door, 1.6L, Automatic. 50,486 Miles. Stock #P3480


2005 Saturn Ion

2.0L, 200HP, 4 cyl. 6-speed â&#x20AC;&#x153;TIPTRONICâ&#x20AC;? Automatic Transmission. 29MPG Hwy. 9,200 miles. 3 yr./36k new car warranty. Like NEW!

4 Door, AWD, 2.5L, Automatic, 20,210 Miles, Stock #VP9275667

Avon Crossing 2 BD, 2 BA with Garage. Large rooms with lots of closet space! F/P in living room. Terrace with gas BBQ grill and views of Beaver Creek. W/D in unit. Walk to Gondola and shuttle.


4 Door, AWD, 2.5L, Automatic, 29,643 Miles, Stock #SP7H512665




2008 Volvo XC70

4 Door, 2.2L, 5-Spd Manual, 87,718 Miles, Stock #1140231


4 Door, AWD, Automatic, 2.5L, 79,937 Miles, Stock #VP61213484

2 BA, 2 BA Liftview remodeled condo. On bus route & close to ski lift access to Beaver Creek. Unfurnished,F/P, W/D, N/S, N/P


Ski-in Beaver Creek Seasonal Rental! Great multi-family home. Walk to ski-out, Dial-A-Ride. 5 BD / 5 BA Ted Steers 970.477.5319

4-Door, AWD, 3.2L, Automatic. 40,490 Miles, Stock #VP81013443



Nicest 2 BD, 2 BA Condo in Liftview! Completely remodeled, fully furnished. Near Beaver Creek lifts & bus route. Top floor, cathedral ceilings, F/P, Deck, D/W, W/D. N/S, N/P. Yearly lease. Available Dec. 1.

4 Door, 4x4, 6-Cyl, Automatic, 37,165 Miles, Stock #M2627A

4 Door, 2.5L, Manual. 98,455 Miles. Stock #P6092


4-Door, AWD, 2.5L, Automatic. 47,422 Miles. Stock #SP67203468

4-Door, AWD, 2.5L, Automatic. 48,460 Miles, Stock #SP37216082

4-Door, FWD, 2.5L, Automatic. 24,940 Miles, Stock #VP92725515

Call 617.216.2186 4 Door, AWD, 2.5L, Automatic. 99,100 Miles. Stock #9901 888-413-5024

4-Door, FWD, 2.8L, Automatic. 109,047 Miles. Stock #VPY1064728

4 Door, 2.5L, Automatic. 48,084 Miles. Stock #P3270 4-Door, AWD, 2.5L, Automatic. 29,704 Miles, Stock #SP7H818732

4-Door, AWD, 2.5L, Automatic. 127,904 Miles, Stock #ST27620553

4WD, 4-Door 2.5L, L5 DOHC 20V TURBO. 4-speed Automatic. 97,022 Miles. Stock #CN1000 $14,800

2002 Subaru Forester

4 Door, AWD, 2.5L, Automatic, 106,276 Miles, Stock #ST17211180


4 Door, AWD, 2.5L, Manual, 107,451 Miles, Stock #SP2G744819


4-Door, AWD, 2.5L, Automatic. 44,920 Miles. Stock #SP77317531 $17,588


4-Door, FWD, 2.5L. 32,785 Miles. Stock #VP92736698


4-Door, AWD, 3.2L, Automatic. 42,125 Miles, Stock #VT71028967




2007 Volvo S60

2007 Volkswagen Jetta

4 Door, 2.5L, 5-Cyl, Automatic, 79,320 Miles, Stock #M2687A


Call 970.470.1044

Security deposit required. Sorry, no pets! Units are income restricted by the Town of Avon. For an application, stop by the Sheraton Mountain Vista 160 West Beaver Creek Blvd. Located across from the Avon Post Office or Call Peggy at 970.748.6009 for more information.

Single Family Home in The Terrace. 3 BD, 2 BA. Fenced backyard. Oversized 2-car garage. At end of quiet street next to bike path. W/D, N/S. Pets with approval. Security deposit. Plus utilities. Call 970.471.3601

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4-Door, AWD, 2.5L, Manual. 49,250 Miles, Stock #VP72324240

2004 Volvo S60



Wireless and cable included. Available now. Call 970.376.0876

2 BD, 1 BA Townhome. New paint & carpet. Woodburning fireplace. Near the Middle School.

4 Door, AWD, 2.5L, Manual, 49,250 Miles, Stock #VP72324240

4 Door, FWD, 2.4L, Automatic, 60,420 Miles, Stock #VP72606103 4-Door, AWD, 2.5L, Automatic. 18,573 Miles. Stock #SP9H789210

Call Greg 970.390.6070

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4 Door, AWD, 3.2L, Automatic, 20,749 Miles, Stock #VP9108226 2007 Volvo V50

Looking for Roommate for 1 BD/1 BA in a 2 BD/2 BA Condo. Furnished, assigned parking, plenty of storage. Short walk into town. Two resident cats, so no pets. 6 month lease.

2009 Volvo XC70


2001 Subaru Outback

3 BD, 2 BA Single Family Home in downtown Eagle. Garage & carport. Great yard. Large rooms. Available immediately.




$15,995 AWD, 2.5L, 4-Cyl, Automatic, 60,020 Miles, Stock #U2934


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Furnished room for rent weekly. N/S, N/P 1 BD, 1 BA for rent in 3 BD townhome. On the river. Park nearby. 1st & security required.

2BD, 2.5 BA. Location along the Eagle River. W/D, N/S, N/P Sleeps up to 6 people.

Call 970.390.3279

Available Now.

For Rent Edwards-Riverwalk Pamper yourself and your car this winter.

Single occupant Studio in Elk Meadows. Full bath, small kitchen, walk-in closet, reserved outdoor parking.

Lock off with own entrance. 1 BD, 1 BA, Kitchenette. N/S. Pet with approval. Security Deposit. Includes utilities. Call 970.471.3601

$500 security deposit. 970.328.1458 or 390.7124

Call 970.524.0575

1BD w/ Private Bath available for rent in a 3BD home in Chatfield Corners. W/D.

1st & security deposit. Call Kathy 970.376.7225 or Owner 303.659.4525

Call 480.620.2836

Bright, sunny basement apartment. 1 BD, 1 BA. Big Family Room. Kitchenette.

. Utilities and cable included. Walking distance to everything in Edwards. Call Kathy 970.390.8515

Satellite TV, WiFi. W/D, N/S. 2nd bedroom avail. for an additional $225/month. Call 970.471.3601 Do you like to write forums or blogs? Contribute 20 hours a week on my blogs and get your own room & bath for $75 a week. Otherwise, room available for $120 a week. N/S. Room in Single Family Home.

Rental Ad Rate Buster Rental ads for only $75 per month. 35 words and photo too!

Call us at 926-6602

Spacious 2 BD, 2 BA apt. located on Hwy 6. W/D, NS/ NP. Partial utilities paid.

Call 970.390.7600

On the Golf Course! 4 BD, 3 BA Single Family Home on Corner lot. Pets negotiable.

Call Sue at 970.477.5730 Great Brett Ranch Condo with Heat included in the rent! 2 BD, 2 BA + office space & heated garage & on the Eagle River. Bright & clean with hardwood floors & fireplace. Nice, open yard. Hot tub & pool on-site. Near bus route, open space, trails & walk/bike to dining, movies, shopping. (includ.heat). Call 970.926.9455

3 BD, 2 BA. Unfurnished. Nicely remodeled. 1-car garage. Pets negotiable. Lease negotiable.

Vail Trails East Prime location! Flat screen TVs. Walk to Golden Peak. 2 BD / 2 BA

Call 970.390.1898

Ted Steers 970.477.5319

Large 5 Bedroom Single Family Chalet available for ski season rental. Fully furnished with a 2-car garage. Call 970.390.7600

2 BD, 2 full BA remodeled top floor condo with great view! 1,000 sq. ft., Unfurnished. Full size W/D. 2 Covered parking spots. ECO bus stop on property. Close to schools & grocery store. N/S, N/P.

2 Bedroom, 2 bath plus Loft. 2,000 square feet plus wrap around deck with a yard. Lots of storage! No smoking.

$1,000 sec. dep. for 1 year lease. $1,500 for seasonal lease. Call 720.273.7526

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2 BD, 1.5 BA in Topaz Building. Unfurnished. Underground parking & storage. Close to dining, shopping, grocery, movies & walking paths. W/D. 1 pet negot. Available Now.

Call 970.306.1048

Includes utilities Call 970.390.1898

2 BD, 2.5 BA Stonegate Townhome. Unfurnished, Gas heat, 1-car garage. Conveniently located in lower Homestead. 2 Level floor plan. Available Dec. 1.

Call 970.376.1431 Unfurnished 4 BD half duplex. 2-car garage. Gas heat.

Own Bed/Bath in 2/BD, 2/BA Sandstone 70 Condo. Walk-in shower. F/P, W/D, cable, internet. Creekside & Deck with great view of Vail Mountain & Simba. Parking space out front door and on TOV bus line.

Newer 3 BD, 2 BA with large bedrooms. Small kitchen.

LOVE SHACK! 1 BD, 1 BA, Furnished Cabin. Walking distance to downtown dining and shopping. N/S, N/P.

W/D. No smoking, no pets.

Master w/ Private Bath plus 1 BD, Share Bath in 3 BD, 2 BA Redtail Townhm. Perfect for a couple or friends. W/D, D/W. N/S, N/P.

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Newer 4BD, 2 BA. Two-car garage & large yard. N/S.


Call 970.390.1898

6 month/year rental. 770 Potato Patch Drive 3 BR, 3.5 BA + Home Office. Furnished. 2-car garage. Southern exposure w/ Views! References needed. 1st/Last/Damage Deposit. 6 person max. Call 970.390.0070

Commercial Corner

Convenient location just across the street from the Eagle Courthouse. Ideal retail, office or commerical space. Just redecorated. $700 mo. total!

Great turnkey opportunity! Restaurant in Prime Location in Downtown Eagle. Price negotiable. Contact for viewing.

Bring your small business to warmer Eagle! Great small retail or office space. Park your car right in front of this suite. $625 mo. total. No extra costs!

341 Broadway, Bldg B

850 Chambers Avenue, Suite #16

225 Broadway

850 Chambers Avenue, Suite #5

Steve Stafford, Slifer Management Comp.

Judy Evans or Bob Engelbrecht

For Sale By Owner Don 970.471.8162

Judy Evans or Bob Engelbrecht

Retail & Office space in downtown Eagle. Ground floor - 1,290 sf. 2nd floor - 1,350 sf. Can be subdivided. Plenty of parking. Great location and beautiful finishes!

970.926.7911 ext. 4

Call for Pricing & Latest Specials!

970.376.1171 or 390.7595

Riverwalk commercial space in newly remodeled Diamond Bldg. 1,100 sq. ft. with river views, wood floors natural light, heat/ air conditioned.

2,000 sq. ft. of office space above 2,000 sq. ft. of warehouse. Nice finishes & lots of space. Lease all of it or share with our business.

Please contact Patti

Terms negotiable.


Call 970.390.5955

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

$700/month Contact Trish


Call for Pricing & Latest Specials!

970.376.1171 or 390.7595

Downsizing? Come share this furnished professional office suite in Riverwalk. Includes reception area, kitchen and conference area.

List your Commercial or Office Space $28.80/week or $115/month! Full color photo! 970.926.6602

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

Please contact Patti

Call for Pricing



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Realtors n o i t n e t

At Lodge at Brookside Deed Restricted unit. 1BD, 1.5BA, 750 sq ft. Parking Garage, hot tub, pool, exercise rm, ski locker & storage. Walk to Skiing & Bus. HOAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s $442/month.

Sale Price $222,202.02 Debbie


4 Bedrooms, 3 Baths. 2-car oversized garage. Main floor master. Views of Beaver Creek and New York Mountain.

Wild Star Residences

$645,000 to $589,000

Dantas Builders


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.

$4,995,000 Gil Fancher, Sonnenalp Real Estate


Photo real estate listings are only $4.80/day. Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s $28.80 everyday for a week and $14.40 for weekends only!

Call us at 926-6602 and save!

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Vail Mountaineer


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Incredible Price for a Little Slice of Heaven! 44+ acres, 2 homes & huge shop nestled in park-like setting, bordered by Surface Creek. Wonderful views, hay ground.

$375,000 #650337 John Freeman, RE/MAX Mountain West

25,000 sq. ft. luxury estate. Developer must sell. All offers considered!

$4,995,000 Gil Fancher, Sonnenalp Real Estate

Major Price Reductions at Brush Creek Village. Only 12 10 9 Developer Units left! 3 & 4 BD units, some w/ basements, in brand new private development. Adjacent to pool and ice-rink. Financing available!

3 BD / 3 BA Townhome on the Eagle River. Pre-approved short sale. End unit with lower level walk-out to the river.

Now Starting at only $349,000

Now Offered at $239,000

John Purchase, Wynton Homes, LLC

Julie Retzlaff, Sonnenalp Real Estate

Red Canyon Townhomes #33

4 BD, 2 BA Thm backing to wetlands. 1-car attached garage. New paint throughout, new flooring & appliances. Hot tub, front & back yard. Fenced with streams in back.

304 Shorthorn Drive




Each office independently owned and operated.

2 BD cabin secluded from the road with Salt Creek running across the property. Offering all the comforts of home & plans for expansion. 7.5 acres & covered bridge.

Lovely 4 BD, 3 BA Single Family Home that backs up to Open Space. 3,000 sq. ft. with a walk-out basement. Oversize 3-car garage. Wonderful landscaping.

3 BR, 2.5 BA Single Family Home. 1,655 sq. ft. Main level master bedroom. Large laundry room. Stainless steel appliances. Unfinished basement. 2-car garage.

Best Floorplan, Gourmet Kitchen, 4 BD / 4.5 BA. Adjacent to National Forest & one minute to Golf Club! Text to: 95495, Enter: info4 pru6x6h6.

$749,000 (Was $789,000)

0634 Hernage Creek Road

Deed Restricted

111Daisy Lane

4424 Streamside Circle


For Sale By Owner

For Sale by Owner

Bethany Boston Johnson 970.390.4347 Prudential Colorado Properties

Jean Mitchell, Sonnenalp Real Estate 970.331.3236,

3 Bedroom bank approved short sale. Remodeled with garage.

Prime location in Upper Homestead with HUGE views & sunsets! Includes $15,000 paid tap fees, soils report & topo survey. Text to: 95495. Enter: info4 pru4M6N4.

Just Listed! Large, Premier cul-de-sac Single Family Lot in Upper Homestead! Huge views and sun! Text to: 95495. Enter: info4 pru5p3u4.

4 BD, 3 BA Single Family Home in McHatten Ranch at Buckhorn Valley. Two Living Areas, Fireplace and Oversized Double-Car Garage.

77 Russell Trail

1077 Gold Dust Drive

MUST SEE! Private, bordering BLM w/ 360 deg. views. Copious deeded irrg. & well water. Two 2-story 40 x 60 storage bldgs. Ready for your business &/or dream home! Valley Road. Overlooks Brightwater Club.

Bethany Boston-Johnson 970.390.4347 Prudential Colorado Properties

Bethany Boston-Johnson 970.390.4347 Prudential Colorado Properties

Bob New, Colorado Mountain Properties

Green Valley Homes



MUST SEE! Great Opportunity! 3 Bd, 2 Ba Townhm. Seldom on Market. Great views of mountains off decks of living room & master. On the golf course. Vaulted ceilings, garage w/ plenty of storage.

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.

Gary Pesso, Sonnenalp Real Estate

$365,000 Gil Fancher, Sonnenalp Real Estate


Lower than recent SOLD Short Sale prices at $163.28/sq. ft. 2,620 sq. ft. 3 BD, 2.5 BA, 3 car garage. FOREVER VIEWS! $100K+ in custom changes. NEW, never occupied!

Sky Legend at Cotton Ranch Tim Cashin, Realtor, Inc.


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.







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

South Main Street

$589,000 (Was $599,000) Bob New, Colorado Mountain Properties

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

Linda Miner/Joni Taylor, Sonnenalp

Tyra Rudrud, Sonnenalp Real Estate



Just steps to the gondola with nice views! Furnished Studio unit. Strong rental program with up to 45 days owner usage this year.

Extraordinary opportunity to own Vail property w/ views of the slopes! Lavish redevelopment & addition of 16 upperstory condos at the base of Vail Mountain!



Reduced to$1,075,000 (Was $1,269,000)


$520,000 Teryl Limbocker, Keller Williams


Potato Patch Club No. 5

Offered at $1,475,000



Ski slope view from this 3 BD, 3 BA + Den property. Close to Vail Village and steps to free bus. Pool, tennis, private back patio w/ garden. 1 car garage. Great association.

Walk to the ski lifts! 2 BD, 2 BA Top Floor unit with unbelievable views for under a million. Motivated seller. $260,000 below market comps. Walk a little. Save a lot.

Potato Patch Club #40

Sun Vail

Tyra Rudrud, Sonnenalp Real Estate

Vistar Real Estate

Stunning 1 BD w/ loft, 2 BA pier-a-terre in Vail Village. Complete remodel just finished. Hardwood floors Sub Zero fridge, custom cabinets. Usage of Village Center.

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.


Priced from $219,900- $340,000



For Sale by Owner


Must see! Remodeled 5 BD, 4 BA Home in desirable neighborhood of East Vail. Gore Creek runs thru backyard and bus stop is steps away. Perfect family retreat!


143 Bridger Drive


Now $1,650,000

Jean Mitchell, Sonnenalp Real Estate


Reduced to $620,000


One Willow Bridge Road. 2 and 3 Bedroom Residence Club Ownership. 3 weeks winter, 3 weeks summer, 1 floating week.

$550,000 or $695,000

Lift House, Unit 313 $379,000

The Landmark Residences Open Daily 2:00 to 5:00 PM

Bob Finlay, Prudential Colorado Properties

Steve & Hillary McSpadden

Gary & Joni, Sonnenalp Real Estate

Jean Mitchell, Sonnenalp Real Estate


What a special location! Huge views from this 3 BD, 3BA Single Family Home. Hillelevator, oversized 2-car garage, beautiful finish levels.

One of a kind property! Can be used as a Large Family Home, Corporate Retreat, Cozy Inn or a 12-Room Bed & Breakfast. Located on Gore Creek. World class fishing!

Spacious Primary/Secondary home with 6 BD and 2 BD respectively. Strong shortterm rental history. Sunny location with great yard & hot tub. Many extra features.

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.

Single Family Home opportunity to customize & make your own! Foundation in place for you to build a 2,000 sf. home. 4 BD, 2.5 BA plus Oversized 2-car garage. Seller will assist in guiding the process.


2701 Davos Trail


Jeffrey Cloonan, Prudential Colorado Prop.




Savory Inn

2567 Arosa Drive

Gary Pesso, Sonnenalp Real Estate

Julie Retzlaff & Mary Isom, Sonnenalp R.E.




Julie 970.376.0836 Mary 970.331.9650

Austria Haus Club


2950 Square Feet

Ted or Gil, Sonnenalp Real Estate

Just reduced to $1,780,000


Linda Miner, Sonnenalp Real Estate

Mike Dantas




Vail Mountaineer Sunday, November 28, 2010

How To Create Your Own Balance Sheet


ow do you judge your financial worth? Is it by your annual income? Or do you prepare a balance sheet to determine your worth? A true test of financial success is not how much you make but how much you have. A balance sheet will help you determine this. A balance sheet is a snapshot of By Rachel Overlease-Gerlach, your President financial position at a specific moment in time. It displays your assets (what you own) against your liabilities (what you owe).

There are also many helpful tools on-line to help you find the values of specific assets. For example, can help you determine the value of cars, ATVs, RVs, and motorcycles. For real estate, or your local county assessor’s data base can help you determine market values. Also, review local newspapers for real estate advertisements to help you get a sense of the real estate market and today’s values in your area. The next step in creating a balance sheet is to make a list of what you owe, or your liabilities. Liabilities will include mortgages, credit card balances, medical balances, automobile loans, student loans, or recreational loans (ATV, RVs, etc).

Once you have made one list of your assets and one list of your liabilities, calculate the total of each then simply subtract your total liabilities from your total assets. This is your net worth, or the amount 1. Liquid assets—anything that can be converted quickly to you would have if you liquidated all your assets and paid off all your liabilities. This number will cash. This includes checking accounts, saving accounts, certificates of deposits, and money market hopefully be a positive number. If you get a negative number, it’s probably time to carefully examine accounts. the amount of debt you owe. 2. Real estate—includes your home, investment property, commercial property, second homes, The balance sheet can serve as a great financial lots, raw land, etc. planning tool. While only a snapshot of your current 3. Personal possessions—include your car, home financial picture, it can help you monitor investments, flag furnishings, art work, jewelry, boats, ATVs, dangerous debt levels, or help you prepare snowmobiles, motorcycles, and livestock. Think big for major life expenditures like a new home or college for picture when breaking down personal the kids. assets. Typically, you would include assets that have a value of $1,000 or more and can be There are many tools available to help you prepare a readily liquidated. balance sheet. You can create your own using a 4. Investment assets—will include your retirement spreadsheet, like Microsoft Excel, or you can use a accounts such as IRAs, 401ks, but also other prepared form, where you simply fill in the blanks. investments like mutual funds, stocks and bonds, etc. Alpine Bank has a form available online at www. Remember, when determining the value on these assets . Click on the Personal Banking tab at the top of the page, and then click on Financial Statement that it is the value of the asset today, not when & Loan Application. Start off 2011 with an you purchased the asset, or the value two years ago. It is understanding of your financial picture and overall the market retail value today. For example, you may have purchased your home in 2006 for $400,000 financial health. but in today’s market the value of your home might now only be $300,000. The first step in creating a balance sheet is to list your assets or items of value. Look for four types of assets:

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