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An employee at Vail's famed Steadman Clinic, Steph Littlefield is among the Eagle County residents battling COVID-19. Photo Courtesy of Steph Littlefield.

27-year-old Coloradan speaks of fight with COVID-19 in ski country

On March 10, Steph Littlefield, felt lightheaded, with pressure in her head that made her think one of her recurring earaches was coming on. Still, she went to work in the Avon-based finance office of Vail’s famed Steadman Clinic, where superstar athletes including John Elway, Joe Montana and the […]
In a photo provided by Burton, a fan of Jake Burton Carpenter waves one of dozens of “Ride On Jake” flags that dotted the course in Vail, Colo., Friday, Feb. 28, 2020. Skiers and snowboarders alike gathered over the weekend to celebrate Carpenter, who died November 2019 of testicular cancer. It was Carpenter who envisioned what snowboarding could be back in the 1980s and started producing snowboards to help his vision become reality. (Dean Blotto Gray/Burton via AP)

Ride with Jake: Burton’s impact on snowboarding felt over bittersweet weekend

BY Eddie Pells, The Associated Press

March 2, 2020
Laura Kottlowski of Boulder crosses a snow field below Lake of Glass while climbing to Sky Pond at 10,900 feet in Rocky Mountain National Park Sunday, March 13, 2016. According to a report unveiled Wednesday at the Outdoor Retailer trade show, less than half of Americans hiked, biked, camped or participated in any of the 42 fresh-air activities considered in an annual survey by the Outdoor Foundation. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)

Is America becoming an indoor nation? New study begs question

BY Seth Boster

January 31, 2020