'A Valentine Soiree' Tickets are available for the Steamboat Springs Chamber Orchestra's "A Valentine Soiree."
Like many, JoAnn Miller knew she would write a book someday. The book would be accessible to many, and it would change the lives of those who read it.
State court overturns Judge Doucette's ruling on ski area sale
A lawsuit over the abandoned sale of the Steamboat Ski Area isn't over and could be headed for a trial in District Court.
The city Planning Commission approved a final plat for Elkins Meadow on Thursday night as it heard concerns about ski trail easements and complaints of damage to neighboring property.
Halden Wofford and the Hi-Beams don't play your typical country
Modern, top-40 country music is as appealing to me as the social ills it glorifies, which is why I was skeptical when I put "country band" Halden Wofford and the Hi-Beams in the CD player.
Basketball, hockey teams brace for big weekend
The Steamboat Springs boys basketball team already controls its final position in the Western Slope standings, but a win against rival Moffat County tonight would help the Sailors even more.
The decision to raise the Oak Creek mayor's salary from $90 a month to $1,100 a month was put off by the Oak Creek Town Board of Trustees at their Thursday night meeting.
In its inaugural meeting Thursday night, the new seven-member Hayden Economic Development Commission discussed the need to make Hayden a more welcoming town for businesses and residents alike.
Six members travel to invitational this weekend
When speaking, good timing can be essential in making sure a message is received the way its sender intended.
Two men were standing on either side of the hill. One on the top and one at the bottom, and I was in the middle. They were both yelling at me.
Chris Duarte is known as a hard-edged guitar player who, as a profile on Tennessee's Bandit Blues Radio Web site put it, "attacks his guitar with a vengeance -- bent over at the waist, long hair flying in his face, playing monster licks at a decibel level that would make Quiet Riot flinch."
Watch Paul Geppert play David Bowie's "Ziggy Stardust" on a battered acoustic guitar. Listen to Dave Hanley fill between the lines with his banjo and Bob Shaffer keep time with an upright bass.
Pat Davey, who specializes in native plants, takes Denver job
Pat Davey, who implemented many federal conservation efforts in Routt County during the past two decades, is moving to the Front Range to take a bigger job with the Natural Resources Conservation Service.
Officials predict $250,000 shortfall
Increases in Steamboat Springs School District expenses are projected to outpace revenue gains for the second consecutive year, leaving district officials with the task of cutting an estimated $250,000 from the 2004-05 budget before July 1.
Two bartenders from the Old Dylan Inn in Silverthorne are among the songwriters listed in the liner notes for the title track "Hands of Time" on Hired Hands' latest album.
Films begin at 7 p.m. in Centennial Hall (10th and Oak streets). Admission is free; donations are encouraged; seating is limited.
Olympian Travis Mayer wasted little time transitioning between the Ivy League and World Cup freestyle events
Winter Sports Club freestylers shine in moguls, big-air competitions
Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club freestyle skiers turned in top performances at Aspen Highlands during moguls and big-air competitions held last weekend.
Music Tonight Humble Pickers play at 9 p.m. at Old Town Pub, 600 Lincoln Ave. No cover charge. Call 879-2101.
If you've never seen classical guitar performed in a concert setting, this is not something to pass up.
Children's Danceworks offers toddler dance class A four-week parent/toddler dance class offered by Children's Danceworks is from 9 to 9:45 a.m. Mondays, Jan. 26 through Feb. 16, at Northwest Ballet Studio, 326 Oak St. Cost is $36. Call Wendy Smith Mikelsons at 736-1005.
Wednesday, Jan. 21 12:26 a.m. Shoes were reported stolen in the 2000 block of Snow Bowl Plaza.
The jumps on Howelsen Hill were busy last weekend.