We applaud Gov. Bill Owens' call for a $10 million increase in tourism spending and urge the Legislature to support him.
At 6-foot-6, Nick Monterotti might stand above the rest of the Steamboat Springs boys basketball team, but he hadn't ever done anything to stand out.
Students find alternatives at Colorado Mountain College
Like many high school students, Kindra Stanfill's grades were far from spectacular. Following her graduation from a Missouri high school, she wanted time away from classrooms, teachers and homework. So she took a year off.
Behind Bayli Stillwell's 19 points and six rebounds -- both team highs -- the Steamboat Springs girls basketball team defeated Palisade 47-27 Saturday.
Biofeedback Connections aims to help patients deal with daily stress
Snowblowers come with an owner's manual. Microwaves and MP3 players ship with an instruction pamphlet. So why not the human body? Kristine Johnson can't sell you the manual for the human machine, but she can point out some of the features on the control panel.
For most of my life, I've been an equipment freak. I'm one of those guys who enjoys spending my free time every night flipping through the pages of product catalogs and drooling over the latest technological advances from top-of-the-line cameras to the latest and greatest computer-game consoles.
1960s and Before contest lets residents relive history
This was no thrift-store-sale-rack costume contest. The competitors went all out in the first of four 40th Anniversary Costume Contests Saturday. The theme was "1960s and Before." In a contest meant to celebrate Steamboat Springs' past, costumes ranged from Carl Howelsen, one of the founding fathers of skiing in Steamboat, to a man dressed as Captain Morgan (arguably a founding father, as well). Contestants lined up in front of the stage in Gondola Square just as hundreds of Martin Luther King Jr. weekend tourists were sliding off the mountain.
Taylor, White have big plans for state General Assembly this term
The crippling effects of wildland fires, drought and a sagging national economy in 2002 beg for solutions from Colorado lawmakers in 2003.
In 2002, construction decreased by 18 percent in Routt County, according to statistics from the Routt County Building Department.
Sailors get second win of weekend
The Steamboat Springs hockey team had double the offensive production and double the goals, defeating visiting Coronado 2-1 on Saturday.
Dear Denver Friends,
SpringSips upgrades server
SpringSips is offering a cure for the Klez virus and junk e-mail. Today, the local Internet service provider will upgrade its e-mail server to provide two new features for its customers: MailArmor and SpamAssassin.
Once a high rise, Ski Trail 8 scaled back to fewer units
It took six tries before the developers of Ski Trail 8 found the best plan for one of the last undeveloped ski-in, ski-out properties in Steamboat Springs.
Direct flights from Steamboat's biggest single market, the New York City area, have been scaled back from daily to once a week, but resort officials are cautiously optimistic about a planned return to daily flights next month.
Three generations of Hoskinsons help develop business
It's hard to believe that a business sitting just off Main Street in a town of less than 900 people could go unnoticed, but people walk into the Material Guys home improvement store in Oak Creek all the time, surprised at their discovery.
BEHIND THE HEADLINES
More than a year and a half later, Oak Creek residents Jenny and Charles Lorch easily recall the awfulness that followed their daughter's diagnosis of mental illness.
National Western Stock Show riders still enjoy competing in annual downhill event at ski area
After 29 years of the Cowboy Downhill in Steamboat Springs, the event has gone from first-time skiing rodeo pros racing out of control to a crew of veteran skiers serious about winning.
A family's journey along the Continental Divide
Cindy Ross has a message for young couples just beginning a family, who think they'll have to put their lives of outdoor adventure on the shelf for a few years: Don't give in, you can still do it.