Tonight ¤ DJ Kip Strean When: 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Where: Jade Summit Restaurant in Ski Time Square Cost: Free Why you should go: Because you will get to try out Jade Summit's new dance floor.
Tonight ¤ Organstein, jazz trio When: 7 p.m. Where: Three Peaks Grill, 2165 Pine Grove Road Cost: Free Call: 879-3399
Judge: Rule created because of concern about identity theft
A new 14th Judicial District policy restricts the public's access to court records.
Internet, satellite, TV capabilities evolve to fit residents' needs
Local communications companies have big plans for the role new wireless Internet, satellite and TV capabilities will play in Northwest Colorado.
Ski Corp. executive hints at replacement this summer
A Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp. executive hinted Thursday that a new high-speed chairlift is in Steamboat Ski Area's future.
There's a difference between talking about change and doing something about it. For 13 years, Leadership Steamboat has offered a program that helps community members initiate change.
There's serious kayak competition at Paddler's pro invitational
Routt County residents have a rare opportunity this Memorial Day weekend to put the Yampa River's high flows into perspective. The Paddler Magazine Invitational brings 35 of the world's best professional kayakers to Steamboat Springs on Monday, turning what may be the Yampa's peak flow into a competitive playground for international bragging rights and hefty cash prizes.
Strings Quartet will play classical music during elegant dinner
John Sant'Ambrogio said the string quartet is a metaphor for life. Each instrument, like each person in the world, has a unique role to play.
Noise Pollution takes title at Battle of the Bands
It takes Noise Pollution drummer Nathan Walsh 30 minutes each morning and evening to make his mohawk stand up. That rock 'n' roll image helped Walsh and his bandmates win the third annual Teen Battle of the Bands on Saturday night.
Sites are scarce, but holiday hiking opportunites abound
People who had visions of packing up the tent and heading for the hills to camp this holiday weekend may have to revise their plans.
Writer Queeda Mantle Walker to share historical perspective
Queeda Mantle Walker grew up in what is now Dinosaur National Monument before there were roads, running water and electricity in the area.
Opportunities ¤ The Steamboat Springs Arts Council is seeking new members to serve on its Visual Arts Committee.
Clap if you believe Wow. I counted at least 176 middle school and high school students who worked really hard to put on a professional-caliber production of "Peter Pan."
Officials: Riders can avoid hassles by parking at Stock Bridge
There will be a new way to get around downtown this weekend.
The Yampa Valley Adult Baseball League is more than hot grounders, base hits and a few curve balls.
Soroco High School's 25 seniors aren't the only students graduating this month.
Commencements held for Soroco, South Routt County Alternative
Two hardworking groups of South Routt seniors will receive diplomas Saturday.
Hockey is no longer just a winter sport.
Steamboat Springs' up-and-coming lacrosse players will have a chance to show off their skills during this weekend's Steamboat Classic Lacrosse Tournament.
A new session of swimming lessons begins Tuesday at the Steamboat Springs Health and Recreation Center.
My life didn't flash before my eyes, I didn't see any tunnel, and I definitely didn't see Patrick Swayze glowing in a beam of light from heaven ("Ghost" reference).
Mixed media artist combines opposing forces
Eileen Braziel says she became an artist because her father was a science professor.
Johnny O. Band plays its own hybrid brand
Marion Edwards auditioned for the "Ed Sullivan Show" in 1966, the year fellow Johnny O. Band member John Ohnmacht was born.
'Howler' Alpine Slide on Howelsen Hill opens to riders Saturday
There still are a few patches of snow on the face of Howelsen Hill, but that won't stop the Howler Alpine Slide from racing into summer action during the weekend.
With a team of award-winning chefs shaping the menu, and a recently remodeled dining room to showcase their talents, Dos Amigos is moving into a new era as it continues to provide one of the most rewarding Mexican dining experiences in Steamboat.
When the historic cottonwoods shading Craig City Park began to deteriorate several years ago, the Craig Parks and Recreation Department decided to leave the tree stumps for local artists to decorate with elaborate carvings.
Triple Crown Sports and Steamboat Springs have been partners for 23 years
Strings in the Mountains Music Festival is celebrating its 19th year of bringing exceptional music to Steamboat Springs. Strings will offer 70 concerts this summer showcasing 170 musicians who can entertain every musical taste.
Rodeos in Steamboat Springs, Hayden and Moffat County preserve our Western lifestyle and entertain thousands of tourists each year.
Organizers of the 20th annual Meeker Classic Sheepdog Championship Trials are expecting a large turnout for the event's silver anniversary.
Festivals, rodeos and the Moffat County Fair are some of the activities that remind the town of its past.
Dinosaur may only have about 320 people, but that doesn't mean there's nothing to do in the tiny town in western Moffat County.
A trip to Trappers Lake in the White River National Forest two hours south of Steamboat Springs will allow hikers to explore a singular mountain range in Colorado - The Flat Tops, home of the Flat Tops Wilderness Area and the largest elk herd in the state.
Sipping martinis while watching the sun set is among the many ways to enjoy the summer at Mount Werner. The Hazie's Sunset Martini Bar at Thunderhead might be the ideal destination after hiking or mountain biking some of the 50 miles of trails on the ski mountain.
If you visit the Yampa River Botanic Park once, chances are you will return again and again.
Like a bear buried in snow during the winter, summertime is when South Routt comes out to play.