Sailors finish in 3rd place overall at regionals
Four Steamboat Springs tennis players punched their tickets to the state championships last weekend with top finishes at the regional meet in Grand Junction.
Steamboat students share a night to remember
As juniors, seniors and a handful of sophomores and freshmen walked into the Sheraton's "Fire and Ice" Grand Ballroom Saturday night, red and yellow decorations symbolized the blazing flames, while a blue and white decor depicted a cold, icy chill in the air. Of the 340 students that registered for prom, junior class sponsor Lynda Stahl said most stayed until the very end an unusual occurrence.
A Yampa man who allegedly made statements admitting he shot a man inside a mobile home can be used as evidence for an upcoming attempted murder trial.
In preparing for the 2002 budget year, the city is hoping to trade last year's pruning shears for children's safety scissors.
Travelers to have additional options out of YVRA
Travelers originating their trip at Yampa Valley Regional Airport near Hayden this summer will have an option they've never enjoyed before. But it's early to gauge the full impact of Great Lakes commuter airline's new code sharing arrangement with discount carrier, Frontier, according to one local travel agent.
JFK School of Government recognizes Legacy Ranch
When they're talking about you at Harvard, you know you're doing something right. The city of Steamboat Springs was recently named a semifinalist in a grants contest administered by the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University for the work the city and a number of public and private organizations did to preserve the Legacy Ranch.