- Nicole S. Steed and Gregory H. Steed, Steamboat Springs, a boy.
- Sherry Marren and James Marren, Craig, a girl.
- Jessica Haptonstall and Jeremy Haptonstall, Craig, a girl.
- Brandy Kay Teters and Charles Leroy McMacken, Oak Creek, a girl.
- Alicia Noland and Jeremiah Noland, Craig, a girl.
- Candice Martin and Hiram Martin, Steamboat Springs, a girl.
- Allison Kane and Matt Kane, Steamboat Springs, a girl.
- Allison Kane and Matt Kane, Steamboat Springs, a boy.
- Kim Boyce and Kris Boyce, Steamboat Springs, a boy.
- Johnson and Wirta Engagement
The much-anticipated match-up with Steamboat Springs ended on a sour note for the Bulldogs.
Routt County Sheriff Gary Wall announced Friday that he would not respond to the Routt County Board of Commissioners' request to clarify his policies in a letter, saying that to betray his personal philosophies would "sacrifice the integrity of the Sheriff's Office."
Hello, sports fans! Did you know there's a baseball game tonight up in the stars?
Golf Etc. opens in Central Park Plaza
Opening a golf shop in Steamboat Springs was a no-brainer for Blake Stansbery.
Judith Lopez knows how to dance.
The Natural Resources Conservation Service in Colorado is encouraging farmers and ranchers to develop comprehensive conservation plans. Many landowners are interested in enhancing the condition and productivity of their natural resources and reaping greater returns from their efforts.
Evan Muldoon thought he had the game won.
Cross-country runners know they must take changes to weather and terrain in stride.
When fall arrives, and bow hunters and muzzle-loaders get the season's first shot at what lurks in the woods, size matters.
If Saturday's 47-20 win against the Steamboat Springs junior varsity team had been a baseball game, rather than football, Hayden starting halfback Coy Letlow would have batted at a .750 clip.
The 15 students enrolled in Yampa Valley High School enjoyed a sense of solitude last year on the third floor of the George P. Sauer Human Services Center on Seventh Street.
Last Thursday night, as I watched the Indianapolis Colts clean the New Orleans Saints' clock, I just couldn't get the lyrics from that 1980s Bonnie Tyler song out of my head.
Steamboat Springs School Board President Denise Connelly addressed a former School Board six years ago in the hopes of getting a full-time, district-wide kindergarten program implemented in Steamboat.
I believe both parents in many households are working two jobs to maintain a home here in Steamboat. This isn't about parenting, it is about giving children an earlier start, making Steamboat more affordable for families with children, and trying to keep children in one location all day to reduce stress, cost, and need for transportation.
I read in the paper some time ago they had a woman discussing changes to be made in downtown Steamboat. I hope there will never be any changes made to the yard in front of the courthouse.
It seems that a very large can of worms has been opened in regard to the "teardown" ordinance enacted by the City Council last week. This action surely was prompted by the good intentions of both the Council and the historic preservationists. But somehow I feel that the main problem is not addressed and the truly important issues not faced. And telling anyone what they can or cannot do with their own property is offensive.
Joe Roberts draws a cartoon that appears weekly on the editorial page of the Sunday Pilot & Today. This is the cartoon for Sept. 9, 2007.
Friday, Sept. 7
Seller's name listed first, followed by the buyer
There's no rest for the weary when it comes to the supporters of a proposed $34 million recreation center at Ski Town Fields, the fate of which will rely on voters' appetite for increased property taxes come this November's election.
Sales hit $36.14 million in building lot reservations at site
Buyers got in line Aug. 31 to reserve new building sites in the figurative shadow of the historic More Barn and put refundable deposits down on more than $36 million in real estate.
Former Air Force One whets auto detailer's appetite for aircraft
When Travis Benzing traveled to Seattle last month to help restore a collection of airplanes at the Museum of Flight, it wasn't just an opportunity to preserve history. It also was a smart business decision.
Sylvia Dennis is a petite woman with the melodic voice of a storyteller.
I have a strict and long-standing policy to never travel with luggage I can manage.
Football squad puts focus on defense
It's not hard to know what wins football games in the Western Slope League.
From the replies and comments to this Conservative Editorial Series, it is clear that many do not understand the relationship of conservatives to the Republican Party. While it is true that the large majority of conservatives are Republicans, it is also true that not all Republicans are conservatives.
Response to July 24, 2007, correspondence regarding county policies
The Routt County Board of Commissioners should approve Xcel Energy's request to build a rail spur from the east end of the Carpenter Ranch to the Hayden Station power plant.