Bust of Steamboat raises funds for breast exams, awareness
Carol Ginsberg, like almost everyone who has been diagnosed with breast cancer, did not think this could happen to her.
Since 1993, the city of Steamboat Springs has collected a half-cent tax on every dollar spent in the city to be used for public education.
The proposed redevelopment of the Ptarmigan Inn, which first emerged in 2005 and resurfaced in August 2007, is active again at the city planning department. This time, the developers say they aspire to meeting LEEDS green building standards.
Rendezvous Trails home contract pending
Seller's name listed first, followed by the buyer
Customers and sellers head for consignment, thrift stores
If a silver lining exists in the dark cloud stalking the U.S. economy, it might be the success of thrift and consignment shops.
Marcus Hudson, of Steamboat Springs, graduated from Central Michigan University in May with a bachelor of science degree in business administration.
Using severance tax revenues from the oil and gas industry to better fund crucial state programs makes sense, but neither Amendment 52 nor Amendment 58 get it right.
If Bob and Fred Grippa woke up one morning and it was raining bricks, they would strap a concrete roof on a pickup and head to work.
The Bridges at Steamboat would relocate Yampa Valley Medical Center's nursing home into the midst of a new experiential residential neighborhood based on the twin themes of trout fishing and enthusiasm for the natural environment.
Steve Downs was honored as Realtor of the Year at the Steamboat Springs Board of Realtors banquet Sept.19, according to a news release.
Editorial cartoon for Oct. 19, 2008
Yampa Town Board approves crosswalk installation near elementary building
Portable stop signs are poised to become relics of South Routt Elementary School's past later this fall, when Yampa's Main Street will be emblazoned with crosswalks and proper school zone signage.
The volunteers at Hayden Valley Elementary School wear many hats while volunteering with the Helping All to Succeed program. From helping teachers with clerical work to one-on-one tutoring for students who need an extra boost, the HATS volunteers help the school operate smoothly.
Kris Cannon said it might take her a month to get back on her bike. That'd be pretty easy to believe, considering the way she looked in the middle of the night during the 24 Hours of Moab.
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Early intervention helps children, families cope with spectrum disorder
It didn't take Craig resident Michele Dugan long to notice something was different about her youngest son.
Steamboat Springs High School senior volleyball player Kacey Bull wasn't going to let a speeding ticket on her way to the game get her down.
In the U.S., about 10 percent of Americans are hunters, and about 10 percent are anti-hunters.
As my wise old father says to me before imparting unsolicited advice, "This falls into the category of for whatever it's worth.
Lost hours of Moab
The road that leads to the camping area at the 24 Hours of Moab mountain bike race winds through the Utah desert before opening up to a wide, dusty and flat expanse.
Did you get to see Halley's Comet when it sailed past Earth in 1985-86? If not, you'll have to wait until 2061 for another chance to see it, since Halley's Comet requires 76 years to orbit the sun.
Rams close out their first season of 8-man play with defeat
A rough first half was too much for the Soroco High School football team Saturday at Norwood, as the Rams fell behind early and lost, 64-42.
Officials question the commitment of developers
As formal review of the proposed Steamboat 700 project west of city limits is set to begin in earnest, concerns have been raised - and refuted by Steamboat 700's project manager - about developers' commitment to seeing the project through.
At a moment when our economy is in crisis and hundreds of thousands of Americans are losing their jobs, the last thing we should do in Colorado is upset the balance that has been maintained for decades and has helped us have a prosperous economy.
In the regular season finale for both teams, the Hayden High School volleyball team easily beat Soroco, 25-13, 25-15, 25-22, on Saturday.
For all of the undecided voters: This letter is written to provide some food for thought as you decide who to vote for in this most critical election year, especially for president.
Saturday, the Colorado High School Activities Association handed out titles to the top young tennis players in the state.
Routt County Spotlight: Leslie Ann Faulkner
School buses roll along in face of increasing events
In a time of increasingly fast-paced lifestyles for parents and more after-school activities for students, Steamboat's school bus service is still going strong.
Town falls between solid and shaky outlooks for 2009 finances
Hayden falls between Craig and Steamboat Springs in more than one way, according to Hayden Town Manager Russ Martin.
Steamboat tandems medal in state doubles brackets
Steamboat Springs high school tennis players were all smiles Saturday morning at Pueblo City Park after the Sailors swept past Broomfield to win a pair of doubles matches on the final day of the 2008 State 4A High School Tennis Championships.
On Aug. 1, Eric Meyer set out to climb K2, the world's 2nd highest peak - it ended in catastrophe with 11 dead
The years melted away from Eric Meyer as he told his story, blond hair falling across his forehead as he recalled mountaineering in the Grand Tetons, and a bright smile lighting up tales of climbing Mount Rainier and reaching the summit of Mount Everest.
Steamboat girls team falls just short in effort
Entering the state regional meet, Sailors cross-country coach Matt Reinhold's expectations weren't very high. And for good reason.
We need a president with great strength of character. Barack Obama is such a man.
Owner to tear down Mt. Harris school