Opening reception for "A Sense of Place; Three Colorado Artists Share Their Vision of the Landscape in Their Unique Style" including mixed-media works by Elizabeth Buhr, black and white photography by Ian McVey and landscape paintings by Sallie Smith will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Depot Art Center, 1001 13th St. The exhibit will be on display through March 27. The Depot Art Center is open from 9 to 5 p.m., Tuesday through Friday and noon to 4 p.m. weekends. Call 879-9008.
In conversation as in life, Graham Guest is all over the place. He's been a philosophy major and a law student. He has his hands in several jars, hoping something will come of this or that career choice, but get him on stage, and all the chatter subsides.
Guttermouth invited two terrible bands to open for it Feb. 17 -- A.D.D. and F-Loder. With the exception of the drummer for A.D.D., I was driven to this unlikely thought: "You know, I don't think I like punk rock anymore."
Fresh from telling the developer of Aspen Ridge to rethink his project Thursday night, the Steamboat Springs Planning Commission heard consultant Stan Clauson outline how he plans to help guide the city through the process of redeveloping the base of the ski area.
n JOHNSON RANCH, LTD. to SULLINS, CORY for PARCEL OF LAND LOCATED IN PORTIONS OF THE SE1/4, NE1/4SW1/4 SEC 31-T6N-R88W LOT 12, JOHNSON RANCH -- $99,900
Steamboat's sole returning starter leading team to playoffs
Kayla Kostur didn't view her role as burdensome. She thought being a team leader would be more of a challenge.
The Routt County Board of Commissioners decided it would support a proposed bill that protects the rights of property owners when gas and oil companies drill under their land.
Robert Dieckhoff Occupation: Artist
From track one, there's a strange tension in this record. Through the entire thing, I felt the band was holding something back, and I'm not sure what that was.
Routt County students Block, Toy receive prestigious designation
Two of Routt County's own are recipients of one of the state's most prestigious scholarships.
Talks continue about fall airline service from Houston
The Yampa Valley's second summer of direct jet service from Houston is loaded in the computer and set to take off. But negotiations for service throughout the autumn are continuing, and there's a possibility fall flights could originate from another city.
Since last fall, Latinos from across Steamboat have been gathering once a month for a night of music and dancing.
You may remember Bob McHugh from his 31 years in Steamboat. As an architect, partnered with Bill Rangitsch, he designed 65 homes, the Pine Grove Center and the main lodges of The Home Ranch and Vista Verde Guest Ranch.
A 30-percent increase in Oak Creek's health insurance proved to be too much for the Oak Creek Town Board, whose trustees decided to look into other options for health insurance providers on Thursday night.
Photographer walks in the footsteps of Ansel Adams
Ian McVey always remembers a piece of advice he read from famed photographer Alfred Stieglitz: "Try for maximum simplicity with maximum detail."
Opening reception for "A Sense of Place; Three Colorado Artists Share Their Vision of the Landscape in Their Unique Style" including mixed-media works by Elizabeth Buhr, black and white photography by Ian McVey and landscape paintings by Sallie Smith
56 Hope Road is the address for the famous Bob Marley compound in Kingston, Jamaica, from which reggae radiated out to the rest of the world. When a Chicago-based band chose 56 Hope Road as its name, its members had no plans to become a reggae band. What they wanted to take from Marley's legacy was his positive message as told through their own brand of jazz-infused pop music.
Elizabeth Buhr's paintings feel like someone projecting an old Western movie over the top of an already decorated wall.
It happens to countless artists. Life.
Wednesday, Feb. 23 7:03 a.m. A structure fire was reported in the 27000 block of Routt County Road 14. A hay barn was on fire, and the owner was working to put it out.
Criminal investigation under way at YVRA A criminal investigation involving the Colorado Bureau of Investigation, the Environmental Protection Agency and the Routt County Sheriff's Office is under way at the county airport, Undersheriff Dan Taylor said Thursday.
After holding several successful panel discussions with students and teachers, the South Routt School Board would like to hear from community members about school-related issues.
Routt County Search and Rescue was called Thursday evening to rescue four skiers stranded in the Fish Creek drainage.
William & Susan Petrillo 30419 W. U.S. Hwy 40 Hankins Custom Builders Single-Family Residence $105,341
Soroco High School student Danielle Laird, 17, of Hayden, remained in serious condition Wednesday at Denver Health Medical Center, a hospital spokeswoman said.
Steamboat's Midget Minor team finished fourth in the Continental Divide Youth Hockey League tournament last weekend.
Dave Strang is the coach for the Steamboat Springs High School hockey team and the Steamboat Squirt team. Last weekend, he was on the bench, leading both teams. At times, the only difference between the two was the size of the skaters on the ice.
Jazz pianist Paul Potyen When: 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Where: Lobby of the Steamboat Grand Resort Hotel
What it's about: The book is about Howard Hughes in his later life. The writer got a hold of the handwritten notes he used to direct his business when he was a recluse. The book tries to explain his thinking. He tried to buy many politicians even though he never voted. He complained about taxes even though he didn't pay any for 17 years. The book is tedious at times, but also interesting. I picked it up after watching "The Aviator."
There is still a shot of whiskey on the bar in Woody Creek. It's been there for years, at least in my mind.
Alpine skier Drew Roberts finished fifth in the slalom Thursday at the FIS World Junior Championships in Bardonecchia, Italy.
Howard playing hurt to help Sailors
Henry Howard saw the MRI of his left knee. Then Dr. Eric Verploeg compared the black and white scanned image to the model of a healthy human knee.
Dan Brown's book, "The Da Vinci Code" is No. 2 this week on the New York Times bestseller list, which shouldn't surprise anyone. It's been on the list since it was released in March 2003, and in that time, it has never gone to paperback because it is selling so well in hard cover.