Stagecoach woman receives outpouring of support in battle of her life
On Oct. 26, Harmony Harris' longtime boyfriend proposed marriage with a song he wrote for her.
When affordability is key, small homes abound, but three- and four-bedrooms are hard to find
When Oak Creek Police Chief Tim Willert moved to the Yampa Valley this winter, living in the town he protected was not an option.
Hayden, Soroco wrestlers now anticipate upcoming regionals
Hayden's Kelly Bruchez and Soroco's C.J. Horn each captured a championship medal at Saturday's Class 2A Western Slope league tournament held in Hayden.
Amnerican favorite Bahrke can't quite edge Norway's Traa
Shannon Bahrke may have been wearing the yellow jersey that designates the World Cup points leader Saturday afternoon, but she learned quickly that if you want to win in Steamboat Springs, you have to get past Norway's Kari Traa.
Routt County property taxpayers can expect to see the valuation of their property going up an average of 8 percent to 12 percent when letters from the county assessor appear in mailboxes in May. But that doesn't mean their taxes will necessarily go up. And it doesn't mean there won't be exceptions.
The Eagles Overlook Townhome project is designed for the aging baby boomer with bad knees, Prudential Realtor Mark J. "Dutch" Elting said.
Airline Summit speaker focuses on satisfaction
Steamboat business executives would do well to emulate the management team at Harley Davidson, in Roger Dow's view. And his recommendation has nothing to do with twin tailpipes.
Elderly people, horses most susceptible to illness
Although West Nile virus has not appeared in Routt County yet, it is just a matter of time. That was the prediction given by the state's leading expert on the dangerous, mosquito-borne illness at a local forum Thursday.
Jackie and Joe Boyd's son, Randy Circle, spent a three-day weekend with his friends Neil, Tom and Dean, in the Hayden area. For the past 13 years, Randy and a group of friends have come up to go skiing, snowmobiling and to do other festivities. They all work for Waste Management in Denver.
Concern is with keeping storefronts occupied, longtime businesses intact and character of Steamboat unique
The Yellow Pages lists 12 liquor stores in Steamboat Springs.
How has the field-user policy changed?
Chris WIlson is the director of Steamboat Springs Parks, Open Space and Recreational Services Department. He discusses the issue of field-user fees and how the policy has changed.
I have to take issue with your opinion regarding the implementation of user fees for Little League baseball and Steamboat Youth Soccer. It was not, as you described, a financially prudent decision and puts us one step closer to becoming another Vail or Aspen, neither of which now has a youth soccer or youth baseball organization to speak of.
Steamboat's own train wreck
Steamboat Springs people today had an opportunity to view a Moffat road train wreck, and curiosity had led many people to visit the depot where one of the big locomotives is off the track.
Members of the federal government's Transportation Safety Administration work to keep airlines, airports as safe as possible
"War on Terrorism" seems like a television network catchphrase until you meet the people who are fighting it. Even on the homefront, the stories of civilians recruited to fight terrorism bear striking similarities to the war stories of husbands separated from wives and newborn babies.
Donkey jump just one highlight
Woe to the fools who do not raise their children in Steamboat Springs.
Sixth-graders conquer challenges at Outdoor Education Day
Sixth-grader Elizabeth Lyons refused to be intimidated by the giant wall of blue ice that rose before her.
Local gasoline 25 cents over statewide average
Gasoline prices in Steamboat were more than 25 cents above the statewide average this week, but they weren't the highest in the state. Unleaded regular was priced between $1.72 and $1.75 a gallon here.
Last May, we voiced our opposition to a publicly funded Montessori charter school in the Steamboat Springs School District.
29th annual International Muzzleloading Biathlon draws competitors of all ages
A great Steamboat Springs Winter Carnival tradition was continued Saturday with the 29th International Muzzleloading Biathlon at Howelsen Hill.
Jackson Stone Scott, son of Ginger and Michael Scott of Steamboat Springs, was born at 6:36 p.m. Jan. 16, 2003.
What a difference a year makes
One year ago, the world's attention was focused on Salt Lake City, Utah, and the 2002 Olympic Winter Games.
Arlene E. Truax, 1914-2003
Richard Carlton Harper, 1956-2003
Adele Munson Hain, 1924-2003
Mary Ruth Dapper, 1912-2003
For years, the University of Colorado football team has intimidated opposing teams at Folsom Field by being led onto the playing field by a stampeding buffalo.
Helen Mackey Klinger, 1918-2003