As a kid growing up in Colorado, Steamboat Springs football coach Mark Drake often answered, "I want to play in the NFL" when asked about his future plans.
An honor code at Steamboat Springs High School will not prevent cheating among students.
Students participate in endangered fish program with Division of Wildlife
Entering their sophomore year at Steamboat Springs High School, Abby Johnson, Matt Holthausen and Meghan McNamara had little, if any, interest in fish.
'Drive to Survive 2003' campaign focuses on fuel sources
Henderson Park resident Fred Robinson and his son, Tai, tried their best to get a speeding ticket in their Toyota Tacoma.
The final event of every track meet, the 1,600-meter relay -- or 4x400 relay -- is arguably the grandest race of them all.
For eight years, Jolene Lyons worked in the coal mines so she could buy the land where she grew up.
Thousands of shards of shattered glass covered the seats, floor and just about everywhere else inside the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club van.
Golfers have more than 200 golf courses to choose from in Colorado, but they can find two of the best right here Steamboat.
With a smile that expressed half excitement and half fatigue, Lauren Branstetter left the Stocker Stadium track as a regional champion.
Steamboat Springs' only commercial indoor climbing gym is closing its doors to make way for a lumber-yard expansion.
ROZELL, D. GALE AND ROZELL, CYNTHIA F. TO LANG, GILBERT W. TREE HAUS SUBD FILING NO. 1, LOT 118 - $400,000
From people who have never driven a nail to professional contractors, Routt County Habitat for Humanity is looking for a few good volunteers.
When Joe Patrick Robbins began the architectural designs for the Covered Bridge House he started with the kitchen, just as he does for every other house.
Michelle Avery is the repeat winner of the annual top producer award at Coldwell Banker Silver Oak realty in Steamboat Springs. Avery has been a Realtor here for nine years.
Most homeowners here saw an 8 percent to 10 percent increase in the valuation of their property when they opened their envelopes from the Routt County Assessor's Office this month.
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Mud season drives mountain bikers to look at skinny tires
Mud season and mountain bikes don't mix. After two years of drought, Steamboat spoke species may have forgotten how easily May can break their hearts -- the single track that isn't still covered in snow is too sloppy to ride, at least in good conscience. And this is normal weather.
Regionals no different for state-qualifying Peters
Jessica Peters never lost during her middle school track career, but she wasn't really threatened either, so she was a little uncertain about what to expect from her first high school season.
For as long as she can remember, graduating Steamboat Springs High School senior Danni Scheer wanted to be an interior designer.
Oak Creek mayor's first year has not been easy, but she's learned plenty
After being elected in April 2002, Oak Creek Mayor Kathy "Cargo" Rodeman has, at times, been scared she was going to have a heart attack.