Middle School holding fundraisers, SSHS grad to deliver funds
The letters take six weeks to arrive in Steamboat Springs via mail from Zambia, but the excitement isn't outdated.
There are 25 dogs and two cats that are able to light up the day for many children and hospital patients because of Routt County United Way's financial support.
When the Mayflower landed at Plymouth Rock the day after Christmas in 1620, one of the plants pilgrims were happy to see was American holly (Ilex opaca), which no doubt reminded them of the popular holiday plant from home.
A bonus program for American Skiing Company executives has been amended so that it only comes into play if $300 million in assets are sold, according to a company filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Arrival of winter jet service signals start of holiday tourism
Steamboat Springs' winter jet service got off to a good start Thursday with American Airlines flight 2229 and its 104 passengers arriving a few minutes early.
Local diver raising eyebrows off the board
Moffat County diving coach Dave Fix laughs about the first time he saw Steamboat Springs freshman Genna Bradley at one of his diving sessions.
Oak Creek fire chief to fill vacant board position
After being voted Oak Creek's mayor pro-tem, Angie KenCairn immediately got behind the gavel to run Thursday night's meeting.
City planners give thumbs-up to two projects
The proposal for the new Steamboat Springs Community Center took a major step forward Thursday night.
Citizen group to review Nov. 7 debacle, plan for future votes
A citizen committee will examine county election procedures and recommend how to avoid a repeat of the problems that plagued the general election.
Chad Bowdre has a difficult job as Steamboat Springs High School's head Alpine ski coach.
One game doesn't determine a season, but if the Steamboat Springs High School hockey team (4-0-0) wants to prove that its No. 2 ranking is legit, a win Saturday against fifth-ranked Aspen (4-2-0) could go a long way.
12:03 p.m. People reportedly refused to get off a bus in the 1300 block of Dream Island Plaza. Police mediated the situation.
The Steamboat Pilot & Today is accepting letters of interest from those who wish to serve as community representatives on the newspaper's Editorial Board from Jan. 1 through April 30.
Book honors ten distinctive women in Routt County
Marles Humphrey and Susanne Holloran spent five years writing a book illustrated with original pastels and old photographs as a tribute to 10 distinctive women in the Yampa Valley.
Taxidermist finds another way to preserve wildlife
Don Beeler is an accomplished taxidermist for the Smithsonian who has created more than 70 bronze wildlife sculptures since 1995.
Every year of my youth, my mom and dad would bundle up my sister and I into scarves and turtlenecks, pour hot chocolate into our faded green Thermos and take us to downtown Denver, where we sat on blankets in awe and watched the annual Parade of Lights.
Dave Moran performs Rocky Mountain-inspired songs, poetry
Expect to hear the chirping of crickets and the crackling of a fire at Dave Moran's Rocky Mountain Campfire Show on Tuesday night.
There are two sides to Neil Young. The first side is known for its delicate vocals and stunning songwriting and is responsible for songs such as "Heart of Gold." This Neil Young is the one most familiar to the average listener.
Jebus overcomes amp troubles, builds new image
Jebus is 80 percent Colorado Mountain College employees, 40 percent librarians, two lefties and some bad luck.
Band and Baywatch star are Huge in Germany
There are a couple of standards that were set by the 1980s heavy metal scene. "Never wear the T-shirt of the band you are going to see," said Mike Shanahan, guitarist for the '80s hair tribute band Huge in Germany. "You always wore another band's T-shirt to be cool."
I got a tattoo of a Pegasus as a gift for my 21st birthday in Las Vegas. I put it where no one could see it so as not to tick off my dad.
Every December, I feel like a Christmas poser.