Van Morrison "Magic Time"On sale at All That Jazz for $7.99 Happy Father's Day to the fathers of adult children. This CD is for the fathers who used to listen to their music loud but haven't for years. For the fathers who were hip in the '60s and remember Van Morrison when he was in a band called Them.
Former Steamboat Springs City Council President Kevin Bennett has some unfinished business he hopes the council will begin to take care of Tuesday night.
The Steamboat Springs City Council smiled on the plans for expanding Bud Werner Memorial Library.
Woman to speak about Civil War Era quilts
One of Jeananne Wright's quilts is mouse-eaten at the edges and stained with mud, but she would never think of giving it up. She won't guess its market value because she never plans to sell it.
In the Julie Harris Theatre on Tuesday, chairs were stacked and there was no place for an audience to sit. The curtain was wide open, but the acting on stage was for one set of ears only -- those of playwright Rinne Groff.
Business growth potential in Hayden gained momentum Thursday with the Town Board's approval of a new business park.
Resort slips below 1 million mark for first time since the winter of 1988-89 despite high pass sales
A dearth of memorable powder days and locals' resulting indifference contributed to a 3 percent decline in skier visits at Steamboat Ski Area last winter, a resort official said.
Howelsen Hill slalom course will be fixed in July
City crews will wait until after the busy Fourth of July holiday to make repairs to a mudslide that scarred the slalom course at Howelsen Hill Ski Area late last winter.
Spurred by a recent controversy involving parking requirements for an affordable housing project, the Oak Creek Town Board discussed establishing residential and commercial parking requirements during a Wednesday work session.
Once upon a time, in my adopted hometown of Portland, Maine, the City Council passed a smoking ban. Smokers were forced to stand on the sidewalk to puff away at their cigarettes. It turned the nightlife of that town into a kind of outdoor market.
To say Steamboat Springs saddle bronc rider Andy Kurtz has stepped up his travel schedule would be an understatement.
For adults insecure about their golf games, Thursday wasn't a good day to be hanging around the Haymaker Golf Course.
As beautiful Mustangs line Lincoln Avenue this weekend, don't forget your roots. This town was built on Subarus.
Get ready to dance For those who missed it or for those who need a small piece of paper to stick on your refrigerator, here's a reprint of the 2005 Free Summer Concert Series.
Tonight Steve Boynton When: 5 to 8 p.m. Where: Outdoor patio at Braun's Bar & Grill, 709 Lincoln Ave. Cost: Free
West African drummers and dancers giving lessons
Robin Getter has a suggestion for Father's Day: Buy him an African drumming class. He's always wanted to try it.
Friday ¤ New Noises Festival: Reading of "Spiced Danish Vodka" When: 8 p.m. Where: Main Studio at Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School and Camp Cost: $10
If you're wondering what happened to the community theater actors, they've migrated to South Routt.
I never read "Lolita," by Vladimir Nabokov, because I always thought I shouldn't. "Lolita" was never offered and never discussed in any college or high school class. By omission, I was being told that to read about a crime is to celebrate it, and in our culture, there are few taboos greater than pedophilia.
Parent-funded elementary program could see minor changes
Smaller elementary Spanish classes could be a reality next school year, parents said after a Wednesday night meeting.
Accident victim upgraded to serious condition
7:11 a.m. A fraudulent check was reported in the 1800 block of Central Park Drive.
South Routt school officials discuss county-wide sharing
The South Routt School Board still is dismayed with the Steamboat Springs Education Fund Board's resolution to spend funds only in Steamboat.
¤ "Gather up the Fragments ... Civil War Era Quilts," a lecture by Jeananne Wright, begins at 6:30 p.m. at the Steamboat Springs Community Center. The cost is $3 for guests, and the event is free to Delectable Mountain Quilters members. Wright also will be at Penny's Pieces in Sundance at Fish Creek shopping center on Monday afternoon and all day Tuesday appraising quilts. Call 871-9888.
Local artist Cully Kistler found herself in an interesting situation in Aspen last weekend.
Wildlife recreationalists will have a new parking lot to use at the Chuck Lewis State Wildlife Area this summer.