Steamboat Springs doctor Eric Meyer accomplished his second summit of Mount Everest, reaching the top of the highest mountain in the world Wednesday morning in Nepal.
For years, Tribbles, Klingons and the Prime Directive were terms that appealed to only a select few. Some may be against the change in what’s cool, but “Star Trek Into Darkness” keeps the quest going to make these things universal.
The Bear River Skate Park was new three years ago and work continues to make the park and neighboring Bear River Bike Park into a fantastic action sports hub in Steamboat Springs.
You don’t have to be from the Lone Star State to appreciate the music in store for Steamboat when the Wheeler Brothers and Suzanna Choffel, both originally from Austin, perform at 7:30 p.m. Friday at the Chief Theater.
The latest installment of area favorite Steamboat Stomp will take place outside city limits Friday, with the action going down at Clark’s Glen Eden Resort.
This weekend will be a prime opportunity to catch live music, with numerous locations across town offering up tunes Friday and Saturday nights.
Consistently warm weather over the next couple of weeks could support streamflows by saturating soils with snowmelt, resulting in a more efficient runoff.
Some of the stones on Rocky Peak at the head of Strawberry Park north of Steamboat Springs are among the oldest rocks on earth. They are about 2.7 billion years old.
Advocates Building Peaceful Communities is recruiting volunteers who are interested in becoming victim advocates.
The Steamboat Springs American Legion baseball team begins its season Sunday with a home doubleheader against Rangely.
The Tennis Center at Steamboat Springs will host the United States Tennis Association’s Intermountain 12-and-younger junior championships this weekend.
The Steamboat Springs men’s and women’s rugby teams have begun training and are always looking for new members.
1:37 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of an unoccupied dump truck with a turn signal on in the 1800 block of Lincoln Avenue.
The largest resort owner in North America is testing the market by listing seven of its resort villages — including Copper Mountain's base village — for $142.5 million.
Law enforcement officials spent part of Tuesday evening looking for the occupants of a capsized canoe, Laurel Street Preschool closed suddenly Wednesday and Steamboat Springs City Council denied the appeal for a new mobile home park.
Heritage Christian School’s first-ever Scholastic Book Fair held last week was a great success. Contributions from Safeway, City Market and Coleman Cook of Colorado Group Realty along with private donations added to the funds raised for the school.
On Tuesday night in Centennial Hall, we heard many spirited debates for and against the Steamboat Springs Trails Alliance initiative.
The riders raced up the menacing and persistent slope of U.S. Highway 40 in a time trial format as a part of the first Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club cycling event of the year.
Peace and harmony emanated from Centennial Hall in downtown Steamboat Springs on Wednesday night despite the fact all logic pointed toward an evening filled with strong opinions, boisterous debate and hurt feelings.
In April, Dave Entwistle questioned how the campus would raise $260,000 in time to ensure it could continue its secondary school classes next school year. Today, he can't wait to tell the story of how it happened.