There's nothing like murder to spark some creative juices.
The evening started with bickering among adults but ended with 17-year-old Sam Wisecup, president of Oak Creek's Youth Council, pounding the gavel brought to him by Mayor Cargo Rodeman and making motions like a true government leader.
Everything from baked goods to beer entered by county residents
At the Routt County Fair on Thursday, baked goods judge Helen Stranathan was closely looking at a plate of six quick-bread muffins maybe as closely as anyone has ever looked at a plate of muffins.
Wednesday, Aug. 14 12:04 a.m. Three juveniles were involved in a third-degree assault in the 1200 block of Anglers Drive.
Several landowners west of Steamboat Springs have been asking for several years if and when mining operations would ever leave their backyard.
A couple of well-known names of dance in the Yampa Valley joined forces to form a very likely partnership.
Today Local band 3-Wire plays bluegrass and folk music on the patio at Creekside Cafrom 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at 131 11th St. Call 879-4925 for more information.
It wasn't the biggest race of her career, but snowboarder Michelle Gorgone's third-place finish last Monday at the Chilean snowboard championships will earn her a spot in the World Cup opener early next month.
After weeks of struggle to fit water-treatment plant improvements within a $1.5 million budget, the town of Hayden has finally been successful.
Ex-Crue singer insults audience, leaves after 3 songs
Singer Vince Neil, who had a warrant issued for his arrest in Los Angeles last week, stiffed fans Wednesday night at a concert in Steamboat Springs after performing three songs.
Men in danger of Burn Ridge fire
Hank Gamble's annual camping trip in the Zirkel Wilderness with his friend, Mike Carey, and their sons, Justin, Brett and Nick, was meant to be a great outdoor experience for fathers and sons but ended shortly when Forest Service officials learned the campers were in danger of the rapidly spreading Burn Ridge fire.
Mountain bike clinic offers advantage of female instruction
Even a mountain biker of Katie Lindquist's skill consistently learns new tricks of her trade.
Fall is one of my favorite times to be in the garden planting some of my favorite plants like wild iris, feather hyacinth, daffodils and daylilies for next spring's show.
Not necessarily a social commentary
Director Nina Rogers asked herself an interesting question before she decided to cast two women as a once-married couple, introducing a same-sex marriage situation into the comedy play "Marriage is Murder": "Is Steamboat ready for this?"
The people at Ski Town Productions and Pirate Theatre have another story line brewing about life in a ski town.
A local church's future plans to expand its facilities were put on hold Thursday evening.