Capt. Jack Dysart's long service career spanned 40 years
Retirement was bittersweet for Jack Dysart.
School change has been an ubiquitous topic of national and local concern for decades. In the process of trying to implement change, many school districts have adopted a policy of becoming "everything to everybody." Although an altruistic policy on the surface, it seems to me that if a school system tries to be everything to everybody, it becomes virtually nothing in terms of educational value.
Local dentists start foundation for victims of domestic abuse
Knowing the power of a good smile and finding themselves at a point in their careers where they felt like giving back, Drs. Jim and Wendy McCreight have started The McCreight Smile Foundation.
Steamboat Springs girls basketball coach John Ameen saw his team take a few steps back in its game Saturday at Palisade, as it lost 58-33.
Steamboat boys basketball downs Palisade, stays unbeaten in league
Even with a roster that's starting to look like an infirmary, the Steamboat Springs boys basketball team continues to win.
For the second straight week, the Steamboat Springs boys Alpine ski team placed second.
Feldmann, Nagel & Associates, LLC is pleased to announce the release of attorney Jeffrey L. Weeden's Ave Maria Law Review publication on "Genetic Liberty, Genetic Property: Protecting Genetic Information." To review the publication in its entirety, visit www.avemarialaw.edu/publications/lawreview/articles.
12:18 a.m. A driver was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence near Action Motor Sports on Shield Drive.
Stahoviak overcomes obstacles and keeps pushing forward
Nancy Stahoviak joked at a recent meeting that she is in favor of global warming.
One Steamboat Place might not be the only 'one'; developer eyeing more projects
The developers of a luxury condominium project that could kick off the transformation of the Steamboat Ski Area base are sufficiently encouraged by the pace of reservations that they are looking for another slopeside project to build here.
Snowboarders, innovations in ski equipment boost industry
National Ski Areas Association President Michael Berry credits the revolution of winter recreation equipment as a major reason for the strong momentum the ski industry is experiencing.
Sailors hockey falls to Air Academy despite strong play
It may not have been a win, but Saturday's game against Air Academy might have a defining effect on the Steamboat Springs hockey team as the state playoffs approach.
Utah, Colorado skiers take top spots in NCAA event
University of Colorado skier Maria Grevsgaard quickly established her strategy during Saturday's Denver University Women's 10K Classic at Howelsen Hill.
Hayden, Soroco wrestle dual before regionals
Hayden wrestling coach Ty Zabel was happy to travel to Oak Creek on Saturday and give his wrestlers a final chance to hone their moves before the big one.
My wife and I make a decent living and have one child. At our current income we do not qualify for any type of affordable housing benefits. The only place we can afford to live on our income is Hayden.
With a new year, I would like to remind everyone how fortunate we are to have a facility as outstanding as the Doak Walker Center.
The deal looks as if it's done - the closing is scheduled for spring and the final documents are being prepped. A premium of $265 million. How? Why? Steamboat?
My immediate thought to the Jan. 31 article "School district administrator resigns" was, "What an obvious stunt." Are we actually to believe that the letter of resignation from Kelly Stanford, the wife of the Steamboat Pilot & Today editor, just happened to be "forwarded from a district employee"?
I am responding to Mike Lawrence's article titled "Separating housing wants from needs" in the Jan. 31 issue of the Steamboat Today. Mike's article was about a recent Question of the Week poll in which 82 percent of the 318 respondents would not favor a tax dedicated to affordable housing.
GRAMNET struggles with lack of funding
A lack of funding and high officer turnover rates may force a change in direction for the Greater Routt and Moffat Narcotics Enforcement Team.
School district, community exploring needs
A group of community members, parents and Steamboat Springs School District staff has been meeting to determine whether local schools could - and should - expand the arts opportunities for students.
Ten students from Paraguay in town, attending local schools until Feb. 28
Ten teenagers from Paraguay are spending their summer vacation in Colorado to learn more about American education and U.S. culture.
There are only five planets that can be seen easily with the unaided eye. They are Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn. All five are among the brightest objects shining in our nighttime sky, but they are not equally easy to locate. The only one that requires making a special effort to see is Mercury, the innermost planet in our solar system.
When my son was little, he believed he could raise the dead.
Increasing popularity of adult product parties empowers women
It's typically the quiet guests who buy the most at Gerri Kassel's slumber parties, where she sells an array of adult-themed products.
- STAHL, LEE A III AND STAHL, SUSAN TO WATERMAN STEAMBOAT LLC FOR BEAR CLAW II CONDOMINIUMS UNIT 613 - $875,000
Mrs. Olive B. Lemmons, 50-year-old Routt County ranch wife, went on trial in federal court in Denver on Tuesday on charges of placing poisoned articles in the mails with intent to kill.
Single-family homes feel upward pressure
Doug Labor recalls a client who came to town in late December looking for a three- to four-bedroom house offering a den and 3,000 to 4,000 square feet. He couldn't find what he wanted in his price range.
Joe Roberts' weekly editorial cartoon.
The city of Steamboat Springs' decision to bring in new consultants to address the city's indoor recreation needs was the right move - officials need better information about what residents want.
Courtney Long is ninth Soroco Ram to receive prestigious American FFA Degree
If the Long family adopted official colors, they would be dark blue and gold - just like the colors of the National FFA Organization.
Sitting at my dining room table, I reflect on the season upon us. What a study in extremes! Last winter we had deeps snows, each day bringing another foot of fluffy white powder. We all lived a part of each day behind a shovel, moving the fluff out of the way. This winter our snowfall has been below normal and the sun greets us nearly every day.