Pink Vail Aids Cancer Survivors

Pink Vail 2014 will take place on April 5 atop Vail Mountain near Eagle's Nest. In just two years Pink Vail has become the world's biggest ski day to conquer cancer and is one of the fastest growing cancer-related events in the country.... Read More

One Man's Passion for Pink

Russ Lacoste was on a casual trip three years ago when he stumbled upon an unexpected scene at Vail Mountain. Hundreds of people flocked the slopes skiing and snowboarding clad in pink. Some were sporting head-to-toe costumes others... Read More

Fight Cancer the Fun Way with Pink Vail

Running a race or cycling across the country can be a tough personal undertaking but worth it if there is a good cause. How about making a difference just by skiing or snowboarding for a day? No need to twist your arm right? Nowhere in... Read More

Olympic Rings In Vail

On Monday the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) visited Vail Valley Medical Center to announce the designation of The Steadman Clinic and Steadman Philippon Research Institute (SPRI) as a National Medical Center naming them the... Read More

Pink Beer is Back

Crazy Mountain Brewing Company will once again partner with Shaw Regional Cancer Center to brew a pink hued beer in honor of their third annual Pink Vail fundraiser: a one-day one-mountain event to raise awareness and funds in support... Read More

Cancer & Intimacy

For many women and men the impact of cancer treatment can create a shift in intimate relationships. As the number of cancer survivors continues to grow so does the number of couples who are figuring out how to reconnect after... Read More

Local Physical Therapist Heads for Sochi

Ana Jeronimus Robinson has a lifetime commitment to cross-country skiing but the former Nordic racer transitioned from athlete to team physical therapist in her role supporting the U.S. Olympic Cross-Country Ski Team. Also she has found... Read More