A group of Soroco High School seniors knelt at the 50-yard line and shed a few tears Friday night after the team's season-ending 47-12 loss to Rangely.
Sophomore runs for 213 yards, 2 TDs to lead Steamboat past Rifle
Steamboat Springs senior running back Jay Hanley has made a high school career out of carving up Rifle defenses. Friday against Rifle, sophomore running back Joe Dover started his career where Hanley left off.
CPD's seat belt program starts next week
History can change people, and people can change history.
Dean Smith takes assistant manager position at YVRA
Dean Smith, former maintenance superintendent at Yampa Valley Regional Airport in Hayden, is the airport's new assistant manager.
1:42 a.m. An 18-year-old Steamboat Springs man was arrested on AprÃs Ski Way for being a fugitive of justice.
The Steamboat Springs and Ski Town Rotary Clubs are inviting young professionals between the ages of 25 and 40 to apply for the Rotary Group Study Exchange program, which will take place in Finland from April 10, 2008 through May 15, 2008.
What began early this summer - in the Hayden High School weight room and with long drives to practices in Craig and Steamboat Springs - led to where the Hayden Tigers football team stood on Friday night.
Planning Commission gets first look at new Ptarmigan Inn at base area
Citing visual impacts at the entrance to the Elk River Valley, city planning officials Thursday tabled an unconventional industrial development proposed for a site on Routt County Road 129.
Company hopes to corral skiers with Web redesign
If you don't know Steamboat Springs resident Sherman Poppen, log onto Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp.'s newly redesigned Web page and look him up.
Craig and Andy Kennedy are Halloween heroes. The energetic Steamboat Springs couple boasts "closets full" of Halloween costumes and vouch that they have never repeated a costume twice.
Editor's note: This ghostly piece of prose by former Steamboat Pilot & Today staffer Autumn Phillips originally published in October 2002. Tom Ross' column will return to its regular schedule Tuesday.
City Manager Alan Lanning has chosen seven local citizens to serve on a committee that will review Steamboat Springs' policies regarding historic structures.
If truth springs from argument amongst friends, as Scottish philosopher David Hume once said, then the "Exploring the Sacred" discussion Thursday in Olympian Hall may have sprung some universal gems.
Judy Cole walked into the Bud Werner Memorial Library in July after cruising into town from Panama City Beach, Fla., with her husband Terry, looking to lend a hand.