Sometimes old habits are hard to break, but Steamboat Springs football coach Mark Drake is expanding his offensive horizons to increasingly include the pass.
When Debby Wisecup's brain started bleeding, medical bills, community support piled up
On June 27, Debby Wisecup had a bad headache.
From an old logging trail on a knoll where the Mount Zirkel Complex fire raged just more than a year ago, the sheer randomness of Mother Nature spills before the eyes.
There should be no debate -- Colorado needs to spend more marketing itself to potential visitors across the nation and world.
Avs' owner, partner buy commercial property in Steamboat
The owner of the Colorado Avalanche and his real estate partner recently increased their holdings in Steamboat Springs with purchases of $6.4 million in commercial land and buildings.
Emergency response training includes simulated bus accident
The page came into the Steamboat Springs Fire Department at 7:10 p.m. Wednesday. A city bus was on its side and more than a dozen passengers were in need of medical care.
City Council President Kathy Connell discusses what it takes to be City Council president and some of the issues facing council today.
PAL program helps students see police officers as mentors, friends
When Oak Creek police Officer Felipe Nardo was growing up in a poor part of Honolulu, there weren't too many things to do.
To reduce the spread of beetles, the U.S. Forest Service is making use of new, more relaxed rules to rush through a logging project in the Flat Tops Wilderness.
Scott Cook's car dealership in Steamboat Springs is a rarity in Colorado, but he wouldn't be surprised if operations like his become more commonplace.
With their 34-13 victory over the Center Vikings on Saturday, the Soroco Rams already have doubled last year's win record.
Amos R. Brown built the house at the corner of Seventh and Aspen streets in 1905. Since then, Brown's descendants have taken on several remodeling projects at the home, including the latest by Brown's great granddaughter.
The house at 468 Eighth St. is nothing like it was in 1910 when it was built at Fifth Street and Lincoln Avenue. For starters, the 2,600-square-foot home is more than twice the size of the original.
For more than a decade, Steamboat Springs' Todd Lodwick has been a driving force behind Nordic combined skiing in the United States.
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Soroco High School gives students opportunity to take 40 online classes
Declining enrollment and decreasing funds forced the South Routt School District to cut jobs and programs, but thanks to a relatively new online instruction program, district high school students have more educational opportunities than ever.
Lowell Whiteman student Bridger Root next wants to summit California's 14ers, Alaska's Mount McKinley
Bridger Root will never forget the summer of his 14th birthday. It was during the summer of 2003, the summer he finished climbing all 54 of Colorado's 14,000-foot mountain peaks.
Go-kart Grand Prix is here Sept. 13-14
With vehicles exceeding speeds of 80 mph, the action at the Steamboat Grand Prix of Kart Racing appears to be a blur of color, noise and excitement.
Andrew & Lynn Picking 2000 Bear Drive Mountain Dream Developers Single-family residence $435,710
A fire that started in an apartment building in downtown Oak Creek on Saturday night put itself out when it melted water pipes, releasing water to extinguish the flames.
Number of non-English-speaking students doubles
The first day in a new school is tough on any student, as it was two weeks ago for eighth-grader Alejandro Rodriguez.
Hayden quarterback Keenan Bruchez doesn't make the play calls, but coach Shawn Baumgartner trusts the sophomore to make the correct reads on a thick playbook that expanded in the offseason.