Collaboration, experimentation on display at River Art Studio
Art can be a solitary, lonely endeavor, requiring hours of closed-door studio time. The quiet keeps some social people away from the canvas.
Montessori battle among reasons
Legal expenses for the Steamboat Springs School District increased nearly 700 percent last year, largely because of an ongoing battle over a proposed Montessori charter school and a feud between former superintendent Cyndy Simms and Strawberry Park Elementary School Principal John DeVincentis.
EPA rule may force Hayden Station to modify its power plant
Whether the town of Hayden will supply Hayden Station with potable water is still up for discussion, but the Hayden Town Board showed enough support Thursday night to encourage the power plant's engineers to further study the possibility of using town water and the requirements such a measure would entail.
By the time you read this, there will be a hole in the fabric of Steamboat Springs where Andy Pratt used to be.
At 85, Elaine Gay has yet to grow old. She is full of wisecracks and opinions -- ready to fight the world or feed it, depending on the needs of the day.
The idea of changing the playoff format for the Colorado High School state basketball playoffs has been met with mixed reactions from area coaches and administrators.
With slightly more than three weeks remaining in the regular season, the Steamboat Springs volleyball team is beginning to display the kind of ball befitting a postseason contender.
Rifle beats soccer team, gains one-game lead
Visiting teams call Rifle High School's soccer field the "cage" because of its close fences.
Pat Lipsky knows exactly where her dot will be placed on the timeline of art history. As she speaks, her language is soaked in the names of art movements and great artists.
Delta is one of the best 1-4 teams Mark Drake has prepped to play.
Team makes changes to open running game, coach says
While recovering from last week's 34-0 loss to Meeker, the Hayden Tigers have made a few changes in hopes of a better turnout against Grand Valley at 7:30 p.m. today.
DUI stop reportedly leads to SSWSC break-in confession
A routine traffic stop Thursday morning lead to an arrest connected to a Sept. 19 burglary of more than $4,000 in equipment from the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club.
Routt County Clerk Kay Weinland said she expects some voters to be turned away at the polls this year.
Rams team faces Cowboys tonight in Paonia
Through three league games, Meeker and Paonia have separated themselves in the Class 1A Western Slope standings, punishing opponents with superior size and strength en route to matching undefeated league (3-0) and overall (5-0) records.
A permit that allows Steamboat Lake Outfitters to run snowmobile and All Terrain Vehicle tours out of an area just south of Hahn's Peak was recommended for renewal by Routt County planning commissioners Thursday night.
There is something about hiking that leads to great conversation.