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2015 FISrace now in Vail approves Golden Peak By Matt Minich Mountaineer Editor

Vail will not be snubbed in 2015. Officials with the Vail Valley Foundation, which has been the main local organizer for the 2015 International Ski Federation (FIS) Alpine World Ski Championships, announced that Golden Peak will host the competition’s “Nation’s Team” event, as well as some of the qualifying races. The announcement came after an analysis of the hill by FIS officials yesterday,

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who had to make sure the hill was the proper length, width, and grade for the event. “Golden Peak will be a great venue for the Nations Team event during the 2015 Alpine World Ski Championships,” FIS professional Guenter Hujara said in the announcement. “The spectators will be

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able to see the entire course from the finish, and it will be a fantastic promotion of the sport.” For months, VVF officials have told town officials and members of the public alike that organizing races in Vail would not be possible. Terrain at Beaver Creek is more suited for world championship

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Soldier guilty of squad deaths in Ga. court martial

By Matt Minich Mountaineer Editor

An Army sergeant was found guilty on yesterday of two counts of premeditated murder in the 2008 slayings of his squad leader and another U.S. soldier at a patrol base in Iraq, but he was spared the death penalty when the military jury didn’t return a unanimous verdict. Sgt. Joseph Bozicevich, 41, of Minneapolis now faces a sentence of life in prison, either with or without the possibility of parole. The death penalty is an option in a court martial only when there’s a unanimous guilty verdict for premeditated murder. The 12-member jury at Fort Stewart did not report exactly how it was split when it announced its verdict.

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King of the Eagle Ranch Classic, Jay Henry, fights off second place finisher Jake Wells at last nights mountain bike race in Eagle. Henry won the Classic for the fourth straight year, once again edging out Wells. Up next for the seven race series is the Hammer in the Hay in Wolcott, June 8. AP photo.

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The Justice Department plans to bring criminal charges against John Edwards after a twoyear investigation into whether the former presidential candidate illegally used money from some of his political backers to cover up his extramarital affair, a person familiar with [See THE UPDATE, page 8]

races, they said, and the costs of bringing Vail’s terrain up to the current standards and installing the media infrastructure needed to broadcast from both mountains would add as much as $7 million to the championship’s overall price tag. This generated controversy in local newspapers and town meetings for much of the ski season. Prominent locals voiced fears that an absence of races would tarnish Vail’s brand as a premiere destination for American ski racing.

Members of the Club at Cordillera received an email yesterday explaining that the club’s financial turmoil will force the closure of two of its golf courses for the season. This news came just one day after the owners of the club filed a $96.5 million lawsuit against several entities and people, including the Cordillera Property Owners Association (CPOA) and the Cordillera Transition Corporation (CTC). In the suit, club owner David Wilhelm claims the various entities have conspired to drive the club into bankruptcy to by the land it owns for pennies on the dollar. If true, it would be a violation of the Colorado Organized Crime Control Act. In the email, Wilhelm said bankruptcy would have “a ‘scorched earth’ event from which the Cordillera brand, the Club, and the community might never recover.” In his lawsuit, Wilhelm claims that property owners have conspired to leave the club or refuse to pay dues in an attempt to drive it our of business. To preserve cash flow and avoid bankruptcy, the club will not open its Summit and Mountain golf courses, the email reads. “We realize that this is particularly unfair and burdensome to our loyal Members who have paid dues in [See CORDILLERA, page 16]

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Tomorrow, teachers with Eagle County Schools will be presented with a new, more rigorous set of standards for their students. For students in the district, that means school is about to more difficult ECS Executive Director of Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment , Heather Eberts said in an interview yesterday. The district has failed to meet the annual improvements mandated by the 2001 No Child Left Behind Act. Independent auditors and district officials agree the major problem is a lack of academic rigor in the district’s curriculum. Teaching a curriculum that’s too easy doesn’t just cause problems for the district, Eberts said, it makes it more difficult for children to succeed after their high school graduation. “College and the workforce are rigorous,” she said. ““We’ve got to be mirroring that in our school system, otherwise kids will not be prepared when they get into the world.” The district will also work to

improve communications between schools at different levels. Under the current system, lessons do not always build on what was in previous years. A student may learn a lesson in fifth grade, for example, then learn the same lesson again after graduating to a middle school. “Personally, the most valuable part of the curriculum redesign has been the opportunity to collaborate with other teachers in the district as we work to adapt our curriculum to the new state standards and ensure high academic standards,” Battle Mountain High School Natural Science Teacher Carol Wellbaum said in a statement about the change. Statewide changes As of tomorrow, all teachers will have a comprehensive list of the standards required for students in all academic disciplines, allowing teachers to coordinate their programs across grade levels. The curriculum standards will give teachers freedom to choose the lesson plans and materials used in their classrooms. Instead, they will describe the skill and knowledge students will be expected to have after graduat-

ing each grade. The new standards will be similar to those set down by the state of Colorado, which recently approved new standards for standardized tests. Colorado has agreed to the “Common Core” curriculum, which sets a minimum educational standard for all but nine states, and recently mandated a state standard above that. The state and district don’t just hope to change the lessons that are taught to students, but the system by which they’re measured. In Colorado, proficiency in all subjects and grades 3-10 is tested by the Colorado Student Assessment Program, commonly known as the CSAP tests. State officials are planning some changes to the CSAP for next year, and many of the changes that will be seen in Eagle County schools are being planned in anticipation of them. The new CSAP will focus less on rote memorization of facts, Eberts said, and more on the ability of students to analyze information and draw conclusions from it. All of the new standards will be applied to the 2011-12 school year.

CORRECTION - The caption for a photo printed on page 7 of yesterday’s Mountaineer incorrectly stated that the WECMRD Phoenix gymnastics team took fourth place in their meet last weekend. The team actually took first place in the meet. The Mountaineer regrets this error.

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Butterflies take flight in Vail Third graders release animals they cared for through life About 500 third graders ran around the Betty Ford Botanical Gardens in Vail yesterday as they watched a months worth of work flutter away. The third graders, representing 10 local schools and 25 classrooms in the valley, have spent the past month caring for and learning about butterflies as they transformed from caterpillars. The project reached its pinnacle yesterday when they set the animals free. “It went really well,” said Nicola Ripley, director of horticulture for the gardens. “The event gets bigger every year. This is the best year for butterflies we’ve had.” The event began around 1997 with only a few years missed in between, Ripley said. “This is the most [butterflies] we’ve had, and they are also fully developed and active,” said Stephen Wood, spokesman for the gardens. After the release, which took place just after 12 p.m., the kids spent the afternoon chasing after the butterflies, conscious of course not to step on the few that had nestled in the grass. “It was kind of pretty cool,” said Jimmy Fessenden, a third grader at Brush Creek Elementary. “It’s cool to see the butterflies get set free and go everywhere.” Standing next to Fessenden was his friend and fellow butterfly keeper, Quin Kapsher who explained the

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process. “Everyday we’d look at the caterpillars and feed them and pick them up with the net. Then when they turned into butterflies we’d feed them nectar and watch them fly around the cage.” Kapsher and Fessenden agreed the release was the best part of the project. While the kids were having fun raising the butterflies and then setting them free, they were tricked by the smarts of the third grade teachers who used the excitement of the project to cloak the educational aspects.

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course a ton,â&#x20AC;? Henry said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Probably about 10 times this spring alone, so I know it real well, which I think has a lot to do with me winning.â&#x20AC;? The evening of racing began with the Larkburger Youth Series for riders ages 8 to 14, followed by the Never Ever, Junior, Men and Women Beginner and Sport, Menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s and Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Vet Sport, Menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Masters Sport, Legends and Clydesdaleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s divisions. The Men and Women Pro and Expert, as well as Masters Expert, Single Speed and Vet Experts finished up the night of racing. Finishing behind Henry in the Menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s pro elite division was Jake Wells of Dogma Athletics in second, followed by Taylor Sheldon in third. The Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s pro elite division saw Gretchen Reeves ride away with first place. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s nice to win of course, but I really love the social aspect of the race series,â&#x20AC;? Henry said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;A lot of these people you donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t get to see

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By Brian Alexander Mountaineer Staff Writer The undisputed king of the Eagle Ranch Classic was at it again last night. The Vail Recreation District kicked off its summer season of mountain bike racing with the Riverfront Club at the Westin Mountain Bike Race Series Eagle Ranch Classic. And for the fourth straight year, Jay Henry rode away with the victory. The Eagle Ranch Classic took racers ages 8 and older through the jeep roads and single track surrounding the 4th of July trailhead in Eagle Ranch with distances ranging from 3.5 miles for youth racers to 12 miles for the pro and expert racers. This was the first race of the seven race series, which is presented by East West Resorts. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I moved back down to Eagle a couple years ago, so I ride this

all winter long after hanging out all summer, so itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s nice to catch up.â&#x20AC;? He sees the races as a fun social gathering that happen to have really good training races to get him ready for his other events throughout the summer. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d be lying if I say I didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t want to win though,â&#x20AC;? Henry said. Next up for the race series is the Hammer in the Hay at 4 Eagle Ranch in Wolcott June 8, followed by the Berry Creek Bash in Edwards June 15, Davos Dash in West Vail July 6, Vail Grind on Vail Mountain July 20, Boneyard Brawl in Eagle Aug. 3, and finishing up with the Beaver Creek Blast in Beaver Creek Aug. 17. Registration, course information and start times are available at www.vailrec.com/mountainbikeraces.cfm or calling 479.2280. Check back with the Mountaineer tomorrow for complete Eagle Ranch Classic results.

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Elizabeth Smart finally got her chance yesterday to confront the street preacher convicted of holding her captive and raping her for months when she was just 14. Now 23, she stood tall in the courtroom — stoic, with an even voice and a strength Brian David Mitchell clearly lacked. Mitchell, frail and skinny with a long, peppery white beard, sang hymns softly and closed his hollow eyes, just as he did throughout his trial, just as he would moments later as the judge gave him two life sentences without parole. That did not stop Smart from looking right at him and coolly speaking her piece. It took her about 30 seconds. “I don’t have very much to say to you. I know exactly what you did,” said Smart, wearing a houndstooth checked skirt, an ivory jacket and pearls. “I know that you know that what you did was wrong. You did it with full knowledge ... but I have a wonderful life now and no matter what you do, you will never affect me again.” Mitchell’s sentencing closed a major legal chapter in the heart-

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breaking ordeal that stalled for years after he was declared mentally ill and unfit to stand trial in state court. A federal jury in December unanimously convicted the 57-year-old of kidnapping and unlawful transportation of a minor across state lines for sex.

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid says he has struck the first of several agreements needed to pass a four-year Patriot Act extension before three provisions expire at midnight tonight. The agreement to hold a test vote Thursday morning is the first progress all week in a standoff between Senate leaders and Republican Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky, who opposes the Patriot Act. Paul has stalled the renewal, saying he wanted Reid to make good on a promise to allow debate on amendments. Reid said there was no time for that. Congress is under unusual pressure to quickly extend the law, designed to help the government find terrorists on American soil. Once passed by the House and Senate, the extension must be flown to Europe for President Barack Obama’s signature.

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This Dec. 9, 2010 file photo shows Brian David Mitchell entering federal court in Salt Lake City. Nearly nine years after she was taken at knife-point, raped, and held captive, Elizabeth Smart publicly confronted her kidnapper when he was sentenced to life yesterday. AP photo.

Joined by several moderate Republicans, Democrats controlling the Senate rejected a controversial House budget plan for turning Medicare into a voucher-like program for future beneficiaries. Five Republicans joined every Democrat in the 57-40 vote killing the measure, which calls for transforming Medicare into a program in which future beneficiaries — people now 54 years old and younger — would be given a subsidy to pur-

The man accused of wounding Rep. Gabrielle Giffords in a deadly rampage lowered his head to within inches of the courtroom table yesterday. When he lifted it, he began yelling, angry and loud. Federal marshals had to drag Jared Lee Loughner out of the packed federal courtroom. Minutes later, he was in a nearby room and, over a closed-circuit TV, could watch as U.S. District Judge Larry Burns declared him incompetent to stand

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Former International Monetary Fund leader Dominique StraussKahn moved yesterday from a temporary space in a high-rise to a plush, four-bedroom brick town house in Manhattan where he will remain under house arrest as he awaits trial on charges he tried to rape a hotel maid, officials said. The one-time French presidential contender was seen smiling as he got into a gray sport utility vehicle under tight security. He was moved

about a mile away to the stately red brick town home in Tribeca, according a person familiar with his housing arrangements. The person was not authorized to speak publicly and spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity. The building, which has five bathrooms, is located on a cobblestone street in one of Manhattan’s most posh neighborhoods. It also is close to the courthouse where he will attend hearings.

Thousands evacuate as typhoon skirts Philippines

Thousands of people along the eastern Philippine coastline were moving to temporary shelters late yesterday as a powerful typhoon packing strong winds and plenty of rain roared toward the country’s northeast. Typhoon Songda was not expected to make landfall but will skirt along shores with winds of up to 93 miles (150 kilometers) per hour and rainfall of 1.2 inches (30 millimeters), the government weather bureau said. “It has a big radius, so it can af-

Finalists Scotty McCreery, left, and Lauren Alaina are seen onstage before the winner is announced at the “American Idol” finale yesterday in Los Angeles. Before a viewing audience of 122 million, the 17-year-old McCreery beat Alaina handily to become the 10th winner of the popular TV series. AP photo.

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Scotty McCreery won the “American Idol” battle of the fresh-faced country crooners yesterday, pulling more of a record 122 million-plus viewer votes than competitor Lauren Alaina. “I never in my wildest dreams,” said McCreery, a 17-year-old with a strikingly deep, old-soul voice that contrasts with his youth. “I’ve got to thank the Lord first ... he got me here.” McCreery of Garner, N.C., and Alaina, 16, of Rossville, Ga., represent the first all-country finale and the youngest duo ever to compete on “Idol,” which is in its 10th season. The exuberant, big-voiced Alaina performed on Tuesday’s final singoff despite a vocal cord injury that needed medical treatment. But the consistently popular McCreery, who’d never been at risk of elimination, claimed the title and a record contract.

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By Phil Lindeman Mountaineer Staff Writer This weekend marks the first ever -- and, if all goes well, first annual -- Hammer Mash, the brainchild of two mountain biking enthusiasts from Eagle. Thrown together in just eight weeks, the two-day event brings together nearly 30 cycleminded sponsors, including a slew of local breweries and bike shops, with the singular goal of promoting trail riding in Eagle. Activities include tune-up tips by Mountain Pedaler owner Charlie Brown, a beer garden each day at 3 p.m., and music from local group Triple Black at 6 p.m on Saturday. Most events are free to the public, with food and libations costing extra.

The event founders, Bart Gunderson and Ralph Ciarlanti, targeted visitors from the Front Range and surrounding states to get a leg up on neighboring mountain bike hot spots like Fruita and Moab. “Memorial Day weekend is perfect, particularly for these types of groups,” said Gunderson, who is expecting several hundred people to attend. “It’s an incredible year for alternative recreation close to home. It’s been long overdue to attract people to the Eagle trails.” Although only several organized races are scheduled -- including the chance to race against prop cyclists on an undisclosed course -- Gunderson said one major draw will be a sort of distance challenge,

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Ian Kennedy tossed eight crisp innings, center fielder Chris Young robbed Ty Wigginton of a game-tying homer and the surging Arizona Diamondbacks beat the Colorado Rockies 2-1 last night. Young drove in the go-ahead run with a bloop single in the sixth inning, then made his key grab in the eighth. The Diamondbacks have won eight of their last nine to move over .500 for just the second time this season. Kennedy (6-1) held down the Rockies all night, allowing just seven hits. The lone run he surrendered came on a sacrifice fly by Todd Helton in the fourth. The crafty righty is having quite the month on the mound, going 3-0 with a 2.02 ERA in May. Kennedy was helped out by Young’s sensational catch in dead center. Young drifted back on Wigginton’s drive and timed his leap to perfection, reaching over the wall and bringing the ball back. Kennedy pumped his fist as he walked off the mound and Wigginton shook his head in frustration while rounding first base. Young slapped gloves with teammate Justin Upton and high-fived Gerardo Parra as they sauntered into the dugout. Closer J.J. Putz pitched a flawless ninth, registering a franchise-record 14th straight save to start the season. Jason Hammel (3-4) was a hard-luck loser, pitching seven strong innings and surrendering two unearned runs. Shortstop Alfredo Amezaga’s error in the sixth proved costly for Hammel, opening the door for both runs.

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Many questioned whether the town of Vail should provide the $1.5 million requested from the VVF for the championships if no actual races would be held there. After months of holding a hard line on the location of races, VVF officials proposed in February that the Nations Team race could be held at Golden Peak. Officials changed that line after discovering a recent change to the rules for the Nations Team race that would make Golden Peak’s course acceptable, VVF President Ceil Folz said yesterday. Nations Team The event involves teams of four skiers from each country, whose members race head-to-head against one another. Until late last year, the rules had required

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that each team member race in a different discipline. Under these rules, Golden Peak would never have qualified as an official course, Folz said. The new rules require each skier race on a slightly modified GS course. Golden Peak is too short for world championship GS, Folz said, and too flat for world championship slalom, but perfectly tailored for the brand of GS racing involved in the Nations Team event. “It’s a very American-like event,” Folz said of the Nations Team. Having competitive skiers race directly against one other appeals to American fans, she said, who prefer direct competition to time trials. All of the medal events for men and women will still be held at Beaver Creek.

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expectation of having access to all facilities,” the email reads. It goes on to say that the fault for the closures lies with the CTC, and describes the club and its ownership as “victims” of the CTC’s actions. “It is with regret and deep sadness that

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we take these actions,” the email reads. “However, this was a necessary first step in lifting the dark clouds which have been hanging over Cordillera for almost a year, all of which in our opinion was caused by the disingenuous actions of the CTC.”

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Karen Wood even cited some deductive reasoning skills her class used when their butterflies were the first to crack the cocoon. It was determined by her class that butterflies progress faster in a warmer environment since Karen Wood keeps her classroom warmer than most.

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Photo Real Estate Classifieds Private, remodeled 3 BD with perfect views of Beaver Creek mtn. Ski in, ski out. Pool & hot tub access, parking garage. 1,351 sq ft. Exceptional floor plan & excellent value!

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