Thirteen-year-old Max Pensack wants to be an Olympic freestyle skier someday just like his mentor, Olympian Travis Mayer.
I missed the Rocky Mountains the second I left Jackson Hole for the rest of the world. As anyone who has lived there will attest, those mountains change your life. Once you've lived in their shadow, you always live in their shadow.
200 teams expected for annual doubles volleyball tournament
Former pro volleyball player Reed Stephenson spent Tuesday evening trying to regain his edge in the sand at Howelsen Hill.
Xterra event lures local triathletes
Off-road triathlon competitions have taken off globally thanks largely to the commitment to the sport by the people affiliated with the Nissan Xterra series.
Planning Commission unanimously approves plans
The city Planning Commission approved development plans and architectural plans for the last building to go in at Central Park Plaza.
Six species of African rodents are now prohibited in Colorado and transportation of any species of prairie dog is prohibited as part of an emergency regulation adopted by the Colorado Wildlife Commission during a Thursday meeting in Steamboat Springs.
The beautiful berries on the shrubs we see on hiking trails, in gardens and in parks around the Steamboat area are some of the most delicious you'll ever taste, but beware: some are also the most deadly if ever eaten.
Anyone with a long enough memory of Routt County might remember her. She was in her early 20s and she was working as a horse wrangler at The Home Ranch in Clark. If you knew her, you may or may not have known that Elana Fremerman had dreams of one day becoming a professional musician.
At 11 years old, dance students already are starting to ask the big questions of their teachers: "How old were you when you decided you were going to be a dancer?"and, "How many classes were you taking at my age?"
Changes affect 50 part-time employees
Rising health insurance costs have prompted Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp. to stop offering health benefits to part-time workers.
A semi-trailer collided with a car at the intersection of Lincoln Avenue and Pine Grove Road Thursday afternoon, smashing in the car's passenger side and sending two teenage girls to Yampa Valley Medical Center.
Members of 4S Development were disappointed after the Hayden Planning Commission told them they would have to wait until August before getting approval of their sketch plans of the first phase of their planned 900-acre Sunburst Ranch development.
The Steamboat Springs Arts Council will unveil entries in a dog-gone good fund-raiser at Art in the Park
Open your mind and your dog will follow.
A new jazz band called Inside Straight formed this week and will disband Saturday night after playing only two gigs.
Saturday show second in summer series
North Mississippi Allstars sounds like an electric version of the way I picture the South. They sound like boys playing on a porch in Mississippi, or, more accurately, like boys who used to play on the porch before years of tour dates and recording studios.
North Routt Fire District chosen from field of 600 to receive Gator
The Hahn's Peak Fire Department in the North Routt Fire Protection District was chosen as one of 43 stations nationwide to receive a John Deere Trail Gator Utility Vehicle, donated by the U.S. Smokeless Tobacco Company.
The Sierra View Development Group will have to meet several new requirements before its proposed subdivision south of Oak Creek can be approved for annexation, Town Board members decided at Thursday night's meeting.
Governor, State Board of Education voice support for Montessori lawsuit
Gov. Bill Owens and State Treasurer Mike Coffman joined the State Board of Education Thursday in support of a lawsuit filed against the Steamboat Springs School District over its refusal to approve a Montessori charter school application