This was the real Hayden High School volleyball team.
Steamboat ties for 11th at tourney
Scott Ptach could feel it coming. He'd been playing well for the better part of three weeks and had already shot a 77 during the Class 4A state golf championships at Yampa Valley Golf Course in Craig.
Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club Nordic Program Director Todd Wilson had hoped to bring aspiring Nordic combined skiers from around the world to Howelsen Hill this December for a Continental Cup competition. But then the rules got in the way.
Moffat County swept by rival on homecoming
When it comes to Steamboat Springs versus Moffat County, you can pretty much throw out records, stats and home-court advantage.
About five minutes after the phrase, "Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus" burst onto the scene, I was tired of it.
Steamboat Springs is so much more than just a wonderful resort town. We got to experience this firsthand while we were in Steamboat Springs this past weekend. We were there for a memorial service for my dear friend, Kit Rice. It was incredible to see how much the people of Steamboat Springs came together to honor Kit and her life.
Kudos to the community of Hayden and all the great folks who came together to complete the flag project for the football field and the reinforcement of patriotism. This is what makes Hayden a real community I am proud to live in.
This year's lengthy ballot is proof in itself why Referendum O is worthy of voter approval.
Steamboat beats Battle Mountain, 2-1, keeps playoff hopes alive
The home team's offense owned the opening minutes of Tuesday night's soccer game, but it was the Steamboat Springs defense that stole the show in a 2-1 win against the Battle Mountain Huskies.
Steamboat Springs Orchestra began its 2008-09 season Saturday night with a concert at the new Strings Music Pavilion, a facility that is beautiful, commodious and excellent acoustically. I would say at my last-row center seat, the sound was slightly bright which favors the strings but all instruments came through splendidly, as does voice as we heard at Gertrude Fetcher's memorial.
School Board not happy with school satisfaction survey results
Implementation flaws greatly reduced the validity of a survey intended to gauge satisfaction with Steamboat schools, Superintendent Shalee Cunningham said.
Controversy has marked Colorado's election processes and officials in recent memory, but Secretary of State Mike Coffman said he expects the state to pull off a trouble-free presidential election next month.
Steamboat briefs for Oct. 8
Balancing on the edge
The Steamboat Springs City Council directed its staff Tuesday to balance the city's 2009 operating budget without using any of its reserves.
Final voter registration tally for Nov. 4 election pending
Voter registration for the upcoming general election drew to a close Monday with more than 500 people submitting registration and change of address forms on the deadline.
Monday, Oct. 6
Logos representing Steamboat Springs and Hayden are set to join Craig's symbol on the side of an airport wall.
State Senate candidates disagree about industry regulation
State Senate candidates Al White and Ken Brenner disagreed about how to manage western Colorado's oil and gas development, with Brenner urging for more regulation and White saying that such efforts could hurt the state's economy.
Hayden residents will pay 50 cents more a month for garbage collection under a contract the Town Board approved Tuesday night.