Friends of the Yampa River Kayak Series begins May 14
The fast-moving waters of the Yampa River will provide the perfect playing field for some of Steamboat Springs' most extreme athletes this spring.
As in any garden before planting, soil preparation is necessary. Proper soil preparation will help conserve water. Prepare soil before planting by loosening it to a depth of 12 inches. If it is a heavy clay or sandy soil, add 2-3 inches of compost on the surface and then till it.
A report to the Oak Creek Board of Trustees on a second geological survey of the Rossi Meadow finds the land just outside the southern border of town stable enough on which to build a subdivision.
It's finally over. State lawmakers are saying goodbye to their home away from home after spending four-plus months under the Capitol dome. Among them are Routt County's representatives in the Statehouse.
Tickets for fund-raiser include handmade bowl, soup and bread
Three hundred clay soup bowls are waiting at the door of the Ceramic Design Group kiln, ready for their first firing. For four days, volunteer potters had their hands wet with clay as they shaped pound after pound of it for this fall's annual LIFT-UP Soup Bowl Supper.
The city Planning Commis-sion unanimously approved a small portion of the 18-mile power line proposed by Xcel Energy.
The Steamboat Springs peewee wrestling team walked away from the Dave Schmittel wrestling tournament in Oak Creek last weekend with five first-place medals and a number of other top finishes.
Steamboat Springs' Kelli Parnell dropped her opening round match at the 2003 Colorado State High School Tennis Championships on Thursday.
Howard Cooper, chairman of Steamboat Springs-based Teton Petroleum, made some noise in the New York Financial District on May 6 as he rang the opening bell on the American Stock Exchange. The ceremony marked Teton's first day of trading on the AMEX.