There must be something about the seventh hole at Haymaker Golf Course.
1:54 a.m. A burglar alarm went off in the 35700 block of East U.S. Highway 40. Everything was fine.
Hayden Town Board meeting rescheduled
It's been 60 years since the American flag has flown at the Hayden High School football field, and Ron Nereson was not about to let anything happen to the concrete meticulously poured and smoothed for a new flagpole Tuesday morning.
Musician returns to Yampa Valley for 4-H benefit
It's not that Brenn Hill feels obligated to keep coming back to perform in the Yampa Valley. It's just that it makes a lot of sense for what he does - crafting songs about the West and the way ranching has shaped it.
I'm sure it wouldn't be a challenge to find someone to tell you that arts and entertainment are the last things to worry about in a time of economic turmoil.
MC Souleye joins BLVD for first show back in the 'Boat
In the past two weeks, MC Souleye has rehearsed more with his band than he has in the past two years because of a move to San Francisco in September.
Getting together with a group of friends to watch a presidential debate may not be, in general terms, a "cool" thing to do. That has never especially bothered me - televised debates might not have much impact on who I plan to vote for, but they do provide a theater-of-the-absurd brand of amusement while they last.
Probably the best of Ben Folds' cadre of songwriting tricks is the easiest one: telling a story the way it happened, pretty much word for word, and hoping to turn that story into a metaphor.
Given that our nation's current fiscal morass, is it any wonder most citizens feel helpless as their financial health is threatened?
Rob and Lisa Callahan had different expectations leading up to Thursday night's debate between vice presidential candidates Sen. Joe Biden, D-Del., and Gov. Sarah Palin, R-Alaska.
It's Homecoming week in Hayden, and for the Tiger football team at center stage, there may be nothing more comforting.
4 amendments would have harmed business, Evans Hall said
Sandy Evans Hall was "thrilled" to learn Thursday that labor groups agreed to drop four proposed constitutional amendments from the Nov. 4 ballot. Evans Hall, executive vice president for the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association, said those proposals would have been detrimental to business.
Registration numbers increasing as Monday deadline nears
With Monday's voter registration deadline looming, more than 16,000 Routt County residents were registered to vote as of Thursday, Routt County Clerk and Recorder Kay Weinland said.
Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin held the rapt attention of Republican debate watchers Thursday night as a lodge at Storm Mountain Ranch was filled with hushed, intent local conservatives.
Local ceramics creator explains challenges of throwing pottery
Hunched over a bottle-necked piece of pottery in the making, ceramics artist Julie Anderson is keeping herself from getting attached.
For The Grip's first trip to Steamboat Springs, the jazz-heavy rock trio will pair with the musically matched, formerly local Holden Young Trio.
Although the Routt County Finance Department and the Board of County Commissioners play an oversight role in monitoring departmental budgets, the county ultimately relies on department heads to comply with approved expenditures.
Football faces Rifle challenge tonight
If Steamboat Springs High School's football coaches want to know how their team stands for the remainder of the season, today's game at Rifle will provide a good indication.