(Vail Daily) Vail Pioneer Dick Hauserman was estimated to have taken more than 1,000 trips between Eagle County and Denver in his life, taking time to learn about the interesting features along the way. In his 2004 book “On the Road to Vail,” Hauserman said oftentimes, on those trips, he had a passenger in the car and would point out the highlights.
(Vail Daily) Since April 2023, nearly equal numbers of Coloradans have been disenrolled and renewed from Medicaid as the government unwind of continuous coverage progresses. During the pandemic, the government suspended the annual Medicaid renewal process, ensuring continued coverage for all who qualified.
(Vail Daily) Starting Nov. 1, undocumented Coloradans will have the opportunity to apply for health insurance through the state’s new OmniSalud program. Although the open enrollment period extends through Jan. 15, there is an enrollment cap, so individuals are encouraged to apply sooner rather than later.
(Vail Daily) The 2023 State of the Valley, cohosted by the Vail Symposium and the Vail Valley Partnership, gathered influential figures in Eagle County on Wednesday at Colorado Mountain College in Edwards to discuss the highlights and challenges of the year and share insights on 2024.
(Summit Daily) Eagle Valley Behavioral Health is expanding access to behavioral and mental health services in Summit County after the county government designated the provider as the county’s community mental health center earlier this year.