Local snowboarder goes for gold at 2003 X Games
Silver looks great on Erin Simmons' racing helmet, but not around her neck -- at least not anymore. Simmons wants gold, and the Steamboat Springs resident is considered a favorite to win the Women's Snowboarder X at the upcoming 2003 X Games on ESPN and ABC.
The comet predicted for this week's night sky will be too close to the sun for the human eye to see, but a satellite is watching.
Riding in Steamboat
I learned to ski when I was 6, just outside of Minneapolis at a place called Afton Alps.
Trappers Lake Lodge is out of the way in summer, and even further away in winter. Yet the months when the Chinese Wall and the Amphitheater are painted with snow may be the most rewarding of all. And after all, isn't life all about the journey?
About 85 people come out for Advocates fund-raiser
On a day associated with couch sitting and consumption of large amounts of alcohol and junk food, dozens of men, women and children opted for exercise and sun.
Saturday, Jan. 25 4:12 a.m. A suspicious incident was reported in the 100 block of Lincoln Avenue.
Coach Dave Strang believes his high school hockey boys could learn a thing or two about playing with junior Jessie Smith.
The county is one of three local entities being asked to each pitch in $6,750 to fund a trial detox center.
Bluegrass vote proves legislators are soaking it to us
Last week's column was all wet, but this week's is as dry as a Colorado reservoir.
The simple test that could save your life
The American Cancer Society estimates that in 2003, about 12,200 women in the United States will be diagnosed with cervical cancer. Additionally, about 4,100 women will die from this affliction this year.