There are bands that make music and bands that transform whole music scenes. Since its inception as a band more than 10 years ago, Sister Hazel has been musicians, promoters, philanthropists and scene makers.
Tim Piper started getting the "did anyone ever tell you that you look like John Lennon?" comments at an early age, and they made him think.
Three languages I never learned to speak
For the first three years of their marriage, my grandparents did not have a television. They married in the 1950s, when the television did not come one to a room in each household. For those first three years, the living room was silent on Sundays. My grandmother always looks fondly on that time.
The configuration and setup of a Montessori pilot program in the Steamboat Springs School District will be determined by the middle of April, district officials told parents at an informational meeting Thursday.
'McWheel' Kids Night Out planned for April 2 The city of Steamboat Springs Parks and Recreation Department will host a "McWheel" Kids Night Out on April 2.
'Circles of Exploration' Windhorse of the Rockies presents "Circles of Exploration" tonight and Saturday. From 7 to 9 tonight, there will be a celebration of the spring equinox with drumming, dancing and discussion at the Steamboat Community Center. Bring a mat or blanket. A percussion instrument is optional. The cost is $22.
Consultants to pick up costs beyond $275,000
The $275,000 budgeted for the update of the Steamboat Springs Community Area Plan has been spent, though there is more than a month's worth of work left to complete.
Regular unleaded ranges from $1.77 to $1.90 per gallon
The cheapest gasoline in Steamboat Springs on Thursday was at opposite ends of town on U.S. Highway 40.
When Big Metal Rooster went into the studio to record its latest album, the band members decided to play the entire 73 minutes of music at once.
Wednesday, March 24 12:16 a.m. A noise complaint was issued in the 700 block of Walton Creek Circle. A man was arrested after an argument with a woman.
After 12 weeks of league play, it is time for the players in Steamboat's adult recreational leagues to start thinking about the playoffs.
There will be plenty of grass skirts, flower leis and Nordic spirit at the second annual Nordic Festival on Saturday at the Steamboat Ski Touring Center.
Steamboat Gymnastics Center ready for exhibition
Walking into the Steamboat Gymnastics Center is like having your morning cup of coffee. Because however weary and tired you think you are, caffeine -- or energetic children -- seems to remedy the problem.
Residents will have a chance to discuss leash law, environmental impacts
Pet owners upset about the city's enforcement of leash laws now have a forum to address their complaints.
A trial date has been set for a woman who sued a golfer whose ball struck her in the face in 2000.
The city Planning Commission gave mostly positive feedback for a proposed 24-unit townhome development.
Performance-based pay system's impact to be discussed
The financial viability of a performance-based pay system for Steamboat Springs School District teachers is the subject of a special School Board meeting Monday.
Steamboat High worked hard on its production of 'Children of a Lesser God'
Steamboat Springs High School drama teacher Stuart Handloff put it off for years. Principal Dave Schmid had seen "Children of a Lesser God" on stage at another high school, and he wanted to see it here. Handloff resisted.
By the time she was 16, bass player Kate Hamre had won the Telluride Bluegrass Festival Band Competition as a member of Bearfoot Bluegrass. By 17, she and the rest of the band had a regular gig teaching bluegrass to children at the Rockygrass Festival.
Music Tonight Bill Martin plays at 6:30 p.m. at Creekside Cafe, 131 11th St. Free. Dinner reservations recommended. Call 879-4925.