SSAC exhibit features more than 80 local artists
Sharon Pace started a 38-by-38-inch oil painting a couple years ago and set it aside because she wasn't satisfied with it.
Golf course offers group, private lessons
Golf instructor Troy Weller insists he doesn't teach golf -- he teaches people.
If you need advice about growing sage or any other garden plant, call a Routt County master gardener.
A barbecue benefiting the two Yampa men who were injured during a gas explosion in May is set for June 15.
Local runner finds inspiration to keep her going
Maggie McElhinney found her marathon training diversion.
Two teachers have been hired for Yampa Valley High School, a new alternative school scheduled to open in Steamboat Springs in September.
The world looks different from behind a new pair of BluBlocker sunglasses (from Walgreens in Las Vegas). And in a city where image is everything, we came to represent.
Friday ¤ Organstein, jazz trio When: 7 p.m. Where: Three Peaks Grill, 2165 Pine Grove Road Cost: Free Call: 879-3399
There may not be a new Harry Potter book this summer, but it will still be easy for youths to find magic at Bud Werner Memorial Library.
Forest Service warns not to ride on less than 12 inches of snow
U.S. Forest Service officials have a message for snowmobilers who operate their machines on less than 12 inches of snow: Not only can it cause serious environmental damage, it is illegal and can warrant stiff fines and jail sentences.
Two city slickers learn how to cattle ranch for reality TV
Farah Rose and Don Mears took a stab at their dream profession without having to quit their day jobs.
A family trip turned into a medical emergency for Jill Altman and her daughter, Belle Mazzola.
Employees asked to ride bicycles or walk to work
Starting this month, the city of Steamboat Springs is encouraging employees to skip driving to work alone and to find another form of transportation.
Friday ¤ Steamboat Springs Arts Council's Artist Member Exhibit opening reception When: 5 to 7 p.m. Where: Depot Art Center, 1001 13th St. Cost: Free Why you should go: Because you will get to see beautiful artwork from more than 80 local artists -- and 20 of them are bringing food to the reception.
Teams from Park City, Utah, Olympic ski jumpers and some of Steamboat Springs' most promising athletes will be at Howelsen Hill this weekend for the opening of the plastic jump.
¤ The Steamboat Springs Arts Council is seeking new members to serve on their Visual Arts Committee. The VAC is an advisory committee composed of artists, educators and business members who have a passion for visual arts. They help plan and execute gallery exhibits and visual arts programs for SSAC. We would like to build a multi-generational committee to best represent the needs of our community. For more information or to get an application, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 879-9008 x106.
The trail to Fish Creek Falls, typically lined with hikers and waterfall watchers, was taken over by kayakers, kayak enthusiasts and intrigued locals and tourists Monday.
No Face lead singer has a soft side
When No Face lead singer Guy Delhierro emerged from the dark recording studio after finishing his band's first CD, onlookers saw tears in his eyes. It's not an emotion many would expect from a heavy metal musician.
Strings in the Mountains celebrates start of summer festival
Susanna Lockhart has traveled to Denver each of the past three weekends to practice with the Denver Young Artists Orchestra.
Tour celebrates Yampa's centennial
Rita Herald's family has lived in the Yampa Valley for more than 100 years. "They came here in the 1800s," Herald said this week. "And when I was a kid, I got interested in hearing their stories."