It happens every year. The weather turns warm in May, and the garden centers entice us with newly arrived plants, which we immediately place in the garden. Then, the nights turn cold, and we experience a frost.
Young U.S. Nordic team's first jump training at Howelsen
For Steamboat Springs native Davis Miller, it felt good to get the first ski jumps of the training season under his belt.
Developers have big plans for the Steamboat Springs Airport and 168 acres of privately owned land adjacent to it.
Lichtenfels, O'Connell siblings take high-point honors
Swimming has changed for Emma Lichtenfels.
Strings showcases three up-and-coming bluegrass bands
Scott Kessel, the drummer for the band Rani Arbo & Daisy Mayhem, is a Dumpster diver.
The first and only time I went deep-sea fishing, I caught a huge ocean tally. Sadly watching the life slowly escape him as he flopped around on the deck trumped any feeling of victory I had while reeling him in.
Today is the last day of school for students in Steamboat Springs -- until fall. But for 11 long-term employees of the Steamboat Springs School District, today is truly the last day.
Clay artists interpret theme in varying ways
Bill Sanders understands that making teapots may not be considered a manly thing to do. But when he heard that the theme for the upcoming Steamboat Clay Artisans' show was "Spouting Off!" he let it stretch his imagination.
Tonight ¤ Spouting Off! art show and meet the artists reception When: 5 to 7 p.m. Where: Studio Gallery 27 in Ski Time Square Cost: Free Why you should go: To see all the imaginative ways clay artists interpreted the "Spouting Off!" theme. And you get to meet them.
Council to review Howelsen Place proposal next
A project that would include the demolition of the Harbor Hotel was approved by a majority of Steamboat Springs Planning Commission members on Thursday.
YVMC provides support for people with memory loss
Dealing with a disease that involves the mind can be scary and isolating. One of the most helpful coping mechanisms for Barb Ross, whose father has Alzheimer's disease, has been reaching out to others who are in similar situations.
Opportunities ¤ The Steamboat Springs Arts Council is seeking new members to serve on its Visual Arts Committee. The group 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 the arts council. We would like to build a multi-generational committee to best represent the needs of our community. For more information or for an application, e-mail email@example.com or call 879-9008, ext.106.
Tonight ¤ Steve Boynton When: 5 to 7 p.m. Where: Poolside at Steamboat Grand Resort Hotel Cost: Free to hotel guests Call: 871-5500
The Melodians are one of the originals of reggae
When Tony Brevett, lead singer of The Melodians, was 13, he rode on the handlebars of Bob Marley's bicycle.
A 39-year-old Hayden man died Wednesday night when he was thrown from the vehicle he was driving after losing control of it on a dirt road.
12:03 a.m. Two mini-motorcycle riders were given a verbal warning for riding their bikes near Ninth and Oak streets.
The Operation Lifesaver Train and Safety booth will depart from the Depot Art Center at 8 a.m., 10 a.m., noon, 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. today. The 1 1/2 hour train rides will allow passengers to see what an engineer sees from the cab of a locomotive. Train officials will be on hand to answer questions.
Lawrence Covillo, president and general manager of the Yampa Valley Electric Association, said the company's annual meeting is the best way for members to get an update on what the company is doing.
Money aims to spur interest and spending in local businesses
Hayden officials plan to introduce a new form of currency in hopes of encouraging residents to spend money in town.
Oak Creek Town Board's support of drug for medicinal purposes stirring controversy
Maybe Oak Creek residents aren't as supportive of medicinal marijuana as the Oak Creek Town Board is.
The region's top professionals and best amateurs will join forces Monday for the First National Bank of Steamboat Springs Pro-Am golf tournament.
Dusty old computers, outdated VCRs and unwanted stereos soon can find new life.
Dawes honored for service to schools
Education in Steamboat Springs rarely, if ever, had a friend like Margaret "Poogie" Dawes.