Ben Lingle rolled a spare on his very first frame of the evening at the Snow Bowl during a Teen After School Club event. Pete Kraska, recreation specialist for the Parks, Open Space and Recreational Services division, runs the program's weekly meetings along with Derek Kratzer, who works with Partners in Routt County.
Hayden school board supports Amendment 59
City decision may be first of its kind
With its approval of the proposed Inspritu Verde project earlier this week, the city of Steamboat Springs unknowingly may have gone where no community has gone before.
7:49 a.m. A burglar alarm went off in the 1800 block of Lincoln Avenue. Everything was fine.
A year after his arrest, Routt County Sheriff Gary Wall was sentenced this week to probation for driving while his ability was impaired by alcohol and for prohibited use of a weapon. Case closed? Maybe not.
Fires contained in Hayden, Phippsburg
A small Strawberry Park cabin was gutted by a suspected wood stove fire Wednesday night, and a number of vehicles were damaged Thursday afternoon outside Hayden when a controlled burn spread as a result of gusty winds.
A pair of Steamboat Springs doubles teams provided all the spark and emotion the Sailors needed on the opening day of the 2008 State High School Tennis Tournament at Pueblo City Park on Thursday.
Hayden subdivision developers offer discounts on lots
The first two houses have gone vertical in Dry Creek Village, and the developers of the Hayden subdivision aim to draw more buyers with discounts.
On a Tuesday night near Stagecoach Reservoir, the Worried Men are playing timeless music in a room time forgot.
As far as I can tell, people do not go to the Great American Beer Festival to taste beer.
He might be over-thinking this, but P-Nuckle front man Chris LaPlante is pretty sure he's done a lot of people wrong. Or, he suspects there are a lot of people who feel that way.
Exhibition at Depot offers fresh start for some, first start for others
Until his work found a spot on the walls of the Depot Art Center's Emerging Artists Gallery, local painter and maintenance worker Patrick McCannon never had written an artist's statement.
Maggie Carrigan pulls an invisible ladybug out of the invisible box sitting in front of her. This, explained children's theater teacher Rusty de Lucia, is acting.
I can't say that having participated in children's theater helped my college roommates graduate. But it certainly gave them an advantage.
The new owners of the Yacht Club building have plans to add a dining deck on the roof of the restaurant, 811 Yampa St.
Arena rock is underrated. Nashville's Kings of Leon recognize this, and the band of brothers and cousins has done all it can to bring soaring choruses back into the spotlight without coming off ironic.
Agency will give maps, training to businesses before ski season
Visitors to Steamboat Springs probably won't have trouble making their way to the ski mountain this season. But if they're seeking a restaurant or shop that doesn't tower thousands of feet over town, navigation could be an issue.
Search and Rescue conducts 2 operations Wednesday
An injured hunter was airlifted out of the Beaver Flat Tops late Wednesday night after he was seriously injured when a draft horse stepped on his chest.
The playoffs are out of the question for the Moffat County Bulldogs soccer team. But the season isn't over.
Steamboat, Moffat renew their rivalry
With such a young team, Moffat County High School football coach Kip Hafey hasn't really talked with his players about the playoffs. But the coach knows the reality of the Bulldogs' situation.
Hayden needs win for playoffs chance
No matter the playoff scenario, one thing will be clear tonight when the Hayden football team travels to take on Meeker in a 7 p.m. game. If the Tigers are to take part in the playoffs this year, they have to win.