Storm track expected to continue for another week
The winter storm track that has gripped Steamboat Springs since Saturday promises to keep coming in waves.
For four years, former Steamboat Springs Sailors Kyle Nelson and Mike Holland wanted nothing more than to bring a state high school soccer title to Steamboat Springs.
Hayden elementary school students get creative
If you ask Tyler Hockaday, snowmen should wear cowboy hats, and paintbrushes always should be within reach.
The annual Financial Aid Workshop for students and parents is at 7 p.m. Thursday at Steamboat Springs High School.
Four newcomers among Steamboat basketball starters
When discussing this year's Steamboat Springs boys basketball team, senior Scott Peterson sounds like one of those NBA Draft gurus.
Obviously not much thought went into the new demolition ordinance. Every permit should be viewed on a case-by-case basis. Historic properties should be held to a higher standard, nonhistoric should not.
In his letter about the "Quiet Commotion Conference," (Viewpoints, Nov. 20) paid activist Aaron Clark repeats the big lie that "almost 80 percent of Forest Service and BLM lands in Colorado are open to ORVs."
Before Tuesday afternoon, the word "electricity" meant one thing to Tucker Sanford.
Each year, parents of children spending the holidays at Children's Hospital in Denver walk into a room filled with new toys.
Colorado youths involved in 4-H programs are less likely to use drugs and alcohol and more likely to excel in school and serve the community, a Colorado State University Cooperative Extension survey suggests.
I've just completed reading the editorial about the Senior Odyssey program (Viewpoints, Nov. 27). The editorial fairly portrayed statistics that students valued the senior project. As a member of the Steamboat Springs High School Class of 2005, I can't agree more. What the editorial fails to mention, however, is that the project and the class are two very different aspects of the course. Although the project was held at high esteem by much of my graduating class, the classroom aspect of Senior Odyssey was not. If the editorial had printed the statistics of what my graduating class viewed of the importance of the Senior Odyssey classroom work, the entire argument of the editorial would have collapsed. Although I am in favor of some sort of graduation final project requirement (the project was, after all, very popular), the classroom portion of Odyssey was obsolete and worthless, as well as very unpopular among students as well as staff. The class needs to be stricken from requirements, and the relatively small group of supporters within the school district need to be disbanded.
Monday, Nov. 28 3:21 a.m. A white Ford F-250 reportedly was broken down and abandoned on Lincoln Avenue near Downhill Drive.
Library's 'Sock It to Me' program has started
An applicant is requesting that the town of Hayden annex about 36 acres west of town for a proposed commercial/industrial project.
Organizational meetings for adult basketball and indoor soccer leagues are Monday, and Kit Rice of the Steamboat Springs Parks and Recreation Department suggests interested players or teams attend the meetings.
This December, Ruth McClelland will take a few hours from her daily routine to lend a helping hand for the World Cup B Nordic Combined event and U.S. Freestyle Team Olympic Team Trials.
Administrators and teachers in Steamboat Springs, South Routt and Hayden school districts deserve commendation and support for their efforts to create a consolidated alternative education program.
Ski area warns of dangers of backcountry skiing, avalanches
A Steamboat Springs man was cited Tuesday by deputies who said he was illegally skiing a trail below Duster ski trail.