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On Tuesday, Nov. 12, members of a state project team met with Summit’s Board of County Commissioners to present data on the feasibility of constructing a high-speed transit system to connect the Front Range to the mountains. High-speed rail needs financing, strong ridership before leaving station

A Mexican restaurant with a half dozen locations throughout Colorado will soon have an additional home in Frisco at the Whole Foods Market shopping center. Developers recently broke ground on the Rio Grande Mexican Restaurant. The establishment is slated to open around June 2014. Rio Grande Mexican restaurant to join Whole Foods Market in Frisco

A growing population, increased traffic congestion and a state transportation budget that can’t sustain road maintenance demands has Colorado officials exploring the feasibility of high-speed transit systems along Colorado’s well-traveled Interstate 25 and Interstate 70 corridors. High-speed rail in the High Country presented to Summit County officials

During an Election Day meeting of the Dillon Town Council, Interim Police Chief Brian Brady said he’s noticed the arrival of a disturbing new drug on the streets of Summit County. Heroin-like drug Krokodil appears in Summit County, say Dillon police

A 21-year-old Colorado man was transported to Denver following a snowboarding accident Saturday at Breckenridge Ski Resort. The incident took place at about 2 p.m. on 4 O’Clock, a “more difficult” trail, according to a Breckenridge Ski Resort news release. Breckenridge snowboarder transported to Denver following Saturday crash

Late October and early November storms resulted in the best start to the snow riding season in recent memory. According to the Colorado Avalanche Information Center, snowpack levels are above average for November across many zones in the state, with average snow depths being reported in the 10- to 20-inch range. Summit County forecast calls for end-of-week snowstorm

Selling gear and apparel in the High Country is not without competition, but a new shop in Breckenridge is bringing in new brands to set themselves apart. The LumberYard Skate & Snow shop opened Friday, Nov. 8 in a historic building on the corner of Main Street and Jefferson Street. Breckenridge says ‘welcome aboard’ to LumberYard Skate and Snow shop

At 5 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 31 Summit County Sheriff’s Office deputies assisted Silverthorne Police Department officers in responding to a report of a woman who was intoxicated or possibly suffering from a psychotic episode. Summit County police blotter: Silverthorne woman arrested following Halloween breakdown

Whether you’re trying to understand a handwritten note your friend thought would be cute to write in another language, a mysterious comment left on one of your social media accounts in something other than your native language, or a foreign customer’s email communication, it’s always comforting to know that you have a friend in the translation service. Pheil: Google: The totally free language translation service

VAIL — Vail Resorts said in court documents filed late Wednesday that upper Prima Cornice was closed when an avalanche killed a local teenager, and the teen knew it was closed because he skied past signs indicating that. Upper Prima Cornice was closed when skier met his death, Vail Resorts argues


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