All last week Matt Mooney told his father that he was going to beat him in the Ore House tennis tournament.
In 1999, 33 children between the ages of 6 and 14 died in car accidents in Colorado. Of those who died, 20 were not wearing seat belts.
Yampa Assistant Fire Chief Dan Allen danced a jig at county offices Friday after learning his beleaguered fire department was likely to receive a state grant for a new truck.
Twenty-one cowboys were hoping to cash in on the saddle bronc riding event in the fifth week of the Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo Series, but when the dust settled, it was three local guys who found themselves in the money.
The board of First Impressions may yet get the opportunity to go to the voters with a half-cent sales tax proposal in November. The third time proved to be a charm Tuesday night for the child care advocacy group, whose attempts to ask a ballot question to fund early childhood education had been dismissed by the council twice before. This time, however, the group came back with a proposal that addressed most of the city's substantive concerns.
Colorado's coal mines are on track to produce more coal than last year, and Routt County is leading the way.
Christmas in July drive sees half-ton truck filled with supplies to aid families
It took only a week for the Steamboat Springs community to donate enough supplies and cash to create 75 bundles for needy families.
Award-winning pianist working his magic at Strings Tent
Antonio Pompa-Baldi stretched his fingers and sat down at the Strings in the Mountains house piano to get accustomed. "Even the same model from the same company can be different," Pompa-Baldi said. "And they're alive, made of wood. The action of the piano changes all the time."