Time Machine: A look back at past decades in the Vail Valley – Colorado News

Time Machine: A look back at past decades in the Vail Valley – Colorado News

1 year ago

Week of Sept. 22, 2016

Local fishermen and boaters were happy to hear the town of Gypsum was working with the Texas-based landowner of the Rittenhouse property to remove barricades that prevented access to the Eagle River at the site.

The town of Eagle received eight applications for the town board vacancy created by the resignation of Doug Seabury. The list was trimmed down to four finalists — Scott Turnipseed, Clark Gundlach, Adam Palmer and Josh Stowell.

Dozens of residents urged the Gypsum Town Council to ease the community’s backyard chicken ban.

5 years ago

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Week of Sept. 20, 2012

Eagle was finalizing plans for the $14 million Eby Creek Road makeover. The plan featured construction of four new roundabouts and expansion of the existing U.S. Highway 6 roundabout.

Organizers planned Gypsum’s 2012 Oktoberfest party at Lundgren Theater Park.

More than 600 people attended the U.S. Forest Service Reunion held in Vail.

10 years ago

Week of Sept. 20, 2007

ECO Trails’ new Eagle-to-Gypsum bike path opened. The trail was accessed via Violet Lane in Eagle and continued to the Cooley Mesa Road intersection in Gypsum.

Ground-breaking ceremonies were held for the new Seniors on Broadway project. The 14-unit addition to the Golden Eagle Apartments was slated for completion in April.

John and Charity Batson were the new owners/operators of the Eagle Pharmacy. The couple purchased the pharmacy operation at the Nearly Everything Store from longtime owner Al Hoza.

20 years ago

Week of Sept. 18, 1997

After 20 years fighting for a ski area plan he ultimately abandoned, Adam’s Rib developer introduced a new…

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