Steamboat Springs' own Amber Voiland is powerful in front of a piano. Playing on the Depot's piano earlier this week, her fingers caressed the keys while she spun her honest, personal tales with a strong voice -- a voice that demands to be listened to.
Many businesses closing doors or altering menus
The restaurant scene in South Routt is changing.
They think they are being sneaky, but it's hard to get anything past a longtime Routt County rancher like Pete Wille.
Every airline flying into Hayden sees increase over last year
The number of airline passengers arriving at Yampa Valley Regional Airport grew in December for the third straight year, with Air Wisconsin's fleet of commuter jets leading the way.
Locals can hit the less-crowded slopes
This weekend could be a good one for local skiers to enjoy the wide-open slopes of Mount Werner. Tourism is forecast to be light on Saturday before building back to robust levels for the Martin Luther King holiday weekend Jan. 18-20.
Congressman Scott McInnis thinks it's time to give Californians a little tough love.
Commission approves new condo complex, Strings facility
The city Planning Commission gave approval to 148 timeshare condominium units and a performing arts center, but did so with some reservation.
After posting top results at Arapahoe Basin last weekend, the members of the Steamboat Springs junior development team will return to the slopes tonight to take part in the first Steamboat Cup of the season.
Steamboat Springs High School Dance Team prides itself on its original performances and chance for each dancer to become a choreographer
Anyone who frequents Steamboat Springs High School athletic events has seen them.
Today Locals D.J. Cochez and Cat in the Hat spin at Levelz, 1860 Ski Time Square. Call 870-9090 for more information.
You can combat those pesky insects
In Northwest Colorado, what we may call fruit flies buzzing around inside our homes or hopping across the soil of our houseplants this winter are probably fungus gnats. They could have entered your home with outdoor plants that have been brought inside for the winter or on dirty tools.
Tales from a former Village Person ...
My editor suggested that I defend -- from personal experience -- the honor of male dancing and male cheerleading for my column, as a tie-in to the Steamboat Springs High School Dance Team story in this issue of 4-Points.
For his latest project, documentary filmmaker Smokey Vandergrift found 16-millimeter film footage from a trip up a one-chair lift that, in the 1947-48 winter, went from the bottom of Howelsen Hill to the top of Emerald Mountain.
Oak Creek official's first task: hire a staff for department
The town of Oak Creek has a police chief.