- Kevin and Amanda Eddy, .
- Jimmy and Marianne Capra, Steamboat Springs, .
- Chloe Horner Flam and Eric Daniel Flam, Steamboat Springs, .
- Molly "Fetcher" Lotz and Jonah Lotz, Steamboat Springs, .
- Amanda Deneice and Danny Hayden, Hayden, .
Storm could bring 6 to 12 inches of snow to Steamboat
Up to a foot of snow could fall in downtown Steamboat Springs by early Tuesday morning, according to the National Weather Service.
Rebecca Dybas (Reba) Age: 28 Occupation: Teacher
The numbers were stacked in his favor. In Justin Iacovetto's 26-match unbeaten streak leading up to Saturday night's 112-pound state championship title bout, the Soroco junior had only been taken down one time.
John Paul Keske, 39, Hayden - Driving under the influence, DUI per se, disregarded stop sign (Steamboat Springs Police Department)
Bush lied and our troops die. Bush was right to start this fight. The Surge is working. The Surge is a failure.
Last week, I listened by phone to the City Council discussion of a growth management tool called concurrency management. At the end of that discussion, a surprisingly timid council decided not to pursue concurrency management. I wish council would reconsider, and here's why.
I was just contacted by a Girl Scouts leader in the Steamboat Springs area who alerted me to an article that appeared in your Sunday paper of the Steamboat Pilot & Today titled "Girl Scouts deal with bad batch of cookies," (Feb. 17, 2008) by Cheryl Johnston Sadgrove out of Raleigh, N.C.
The paper's editorial, "An open-door housing policy" (Feb. 10, 2008) implies that the policies expressed by the West of Steamboat Springs Area Plan are just too narrow.
Routt County Sheriff Gary Wall's request for winches for each of his department's vehicles has merit, but we're not yet convinced the program is worthy of full implementation.
From the Thursday, Feb. 27, 1958 edition of The Steamboat Pilot:
Steamboat Springs - Joe Roberts draws a cartoon that appears weekly on the editorial page of the Sunday Pilot & Today. This is the cartoon for Feb. 24, 2008.
How much is that dirt? What does Steamboat have in common with the priciest real estate markets in the mountains?
International worker program limits hurting seasonal businesses
Seasonal businesses including ski areas in the winter and construction in the summer are struggling with a visa cap that limits their ability to bring in international workers to meet employment needs.
Barney named TIC general counsel
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Condominiums' sales center invites prospective buyers, brokers
The new ski-in, ski-out condominiums at The Edgemont realized another milestone this month with the opening of a sales center in the Steamboat Grand Resort Hotel on Mount Werner Circle.
Hayden grapplers fight for fifth-place finishes
Dallas Robinson can remember the pressure of having to fight back through consolation rounds, just a year after winning a state wrestling title at 112 pounds for the Hayden Tigers in 1988.
Team shaves heads before competition
There are times at a ski meet when it's tough to delineate which skier belongs to which team, as wading through the bib number and all-too-common suits can prove a difficult task.
So what's the big deal about winning a state title?
Booming Nordic program showcases female ski jumpers
Todd Wilson can remember the days as junior ski jumper, not so long ago, when he'd be ribbed after a short jump for "jumping like a girl."
Caouette sees future climatic turmoil in glacial activity during recent expedition
Jean Paul Caouette - better known as Jean the Weatherman to South Routt residents - has spent the past 40 years studying the planet, and when it comes to the hot-button issues of global warming and climate change, he has a dire message to share.
For an organization that helps direct immigrants to local services, visibility and accessibility are key. With those factors in mind, Integrated Community recently moved into its new Intercultural Center on Oak Street, and walk-ins already are increasing.
Federal financial assistance often key to selection of institution of higher education
The college application process never seems to end, according to Gayle Dudley, Steamboat Springs High School's career and college adviser.
Patches of lodgepole pine have been harvested for building materials or firewood for three generations on Jim Ritschard's ranch in Kremmling.
Eating meets a number of needs for people - social interaction, medicinal purposes, political statements, a wide variety of emotional needs - but the basic purpose of eating is survival. People must eat to survive. Beyond survival, eating can help to determine quality of life. It is common knowledge that healthy eating helps people feel better, be more active and live longer.
Most of the new ideas for educational reform have historically been met with initial controversy. And in recent years, there has not been legislation that has been more controversial than the No Child Left behind Act of 2001. Like most controversies, funding is at the center of the NCLBA. The NCLBA holds schools accountable for student achievement based on standardized test scores and ties federal dollars to the outcome of these scores.
When the eighteenth century French astronomer and comet-hunter Charles Messier aimed his telescope at the middle star in the Sword of Orion, he thought he might have discovered a new comet. The object certainly had the fuzzy, diffused appearance of a comet. To Messier's dismay, however, the object turned out not to be a comet. He had, instead, made an independent discovery of what is now known as the Great Orion Nebula. It became the 42nd entry in Messier's now famous catalog of comet look-alikes and is, therefore, known as Messier 42, or just M42, for short.
In its second full year of existence, Colorado Art Ranch is trying to drum up some nomads.
Building contractor Richard Bush hopes he can deliver a two-story, stick-built spec house in Hayden's new Dry Creek Village subdivision this year for less than $400,000.
Expert: Trust creates victims
Steamboat Springs' friendly Western charm and small-town atmosphere - frequently touted to attract tourists and homebuyers - also makes Steamboat businesses and customers more vulnerable to victimization by embezzlers, according to a local security consultant.
Nolte named Rotary Student of the Month
The dismal state of transportation funding in Colorado and nationwide means all the talk about improving U.S. Highway 40 in the west Steamboat Springs area likely will remain just that for the foreseeable future.