Rehab center's new designation aids cancer patients' physical recovery
The brain tumor - or "the big mean one" - was diagnosed Aug. 5, 2006. Subsequent radiation and chemotherapy treatments paralyzed her left leg, arm and side of her mouth, and left her depressed and fearful of what possibly lay ahead.
I launched an all-out, disgusting TV binge Thursday night. But I had a great excuse. Having been without television for the preceding two weeks, I needed to give my video muscles a good stiff workout. I wanted to be at my best for Friday night's marathon coverage of the opening ceremonies of the Olympics, broadcast 12 hours after the fact from China.
Luke Brosterhous, junior director at Haymaker Golf Course, loves to see parents getting out on the course with their children.
Former Sailor looks to college basketball
Scott Peterson is getting a second chance.
The first day of organized high school practices for fall sports is Monday.
Thursday, Aug. 7 12:29 a.m. An illegally parked vehicle was towed from the 3300 block of Columbine Drive. Everything was fine.
Three members of the Education Fund Board were reappointed for an additional two years during the board's meeting Wednesday night.
Repairs to Phippsburg's water supply line are on schedule to allow usage restrictions put in place July 22 to be lifted next week.
Town votes to call bond, letter of credit for stalled Lake Village neighborhood
Robinson Construction representatives say the company will repair infrastructure at the Lake Village subdivision in Hayden.
Having returned to Steamboat Springs after a 21-day volunteer trip through Africa, six young travelers said the trip taught them the value of simple things - such as a hot shower, a change of clothes and the power of balloons to delight a room full of children.
Alcohol threshold lowered for boating under the influence
Boating under the influence laws got a bit tougher this week, with the blood alcohol threshold lowered to 0.08 percent and the law expanded to cover the operators of any waterborne vehicle.
Listening to Steamboat Springs Transit radio conversations used to be one of Jonathon Flint's favorite ways to pass the long winter days at work.