Steamboat jumped out to early 20-3 lead and never looked back en route to opening-round win at Kelly Meek Gymnasium. Up next: Saturday at third-seeded Longmont.
Ten years worth of data on laptop stolen from school district offices
Ten years worth of Social Security numbers for 1,300 past and present employees was compromised Tuesday night when a laptop was stolen from the Steamboat Springs School District office.
The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission says drilling permit applications in Colorado are on track to decrease about 14 percent this year compared to a record amount in 2008.
Investor has launched brand of 'attainable' resort properties
Everyone knows it's a buyer's market for just about everything these days. Vail homeowner Dean Macfarlan is a buyer.
He may have saved three lives, but RTD bus driver Jim Moffett got a jaywalking ticket anyway, along with broken bones and internal bleeding.
Routt County assessor warns of challenging times with reduced staff
The Routt County Board of Commissioners held firm Tuesday when met with its first request to allow an exception to a hiring freeze adopted two weeks ago.
On Saturday, the Stagecoach Charter School steering committee will host an update meeting at 11 a.m. at the Stagecoach Firehouse.
It is going to be a nasty influenza season in 2009. The Denver Post reported last week that four infants and toddlers who did not receive the current influenza vaccine or the recommended booster died from influenza epidemic.
Rollingstone development proposal totals 100,000 square feet
A Pine Grove Road development proposal touches on a number of Steamboat Springs' hot-button issues, including affordable housing and historic preservation.
A 36-year-old Steamboat Springs woman was arrested after a civil standby in the 3300 block of AprÃs Ski Way.
Excited is the word U.S. Nordic combined coach Dave Jarrett used Monday to describe his team's outlook for Thursday's team event at the 2009 Nordic World Championships in Liberec, Czech Republic.
One of the truisms that fans and sports journalists alike can learn about human athletic endeavor is that the greater the adversity and the longer the wait, the better the story and the more satisfying the triumph when it finally arrives.
Monday, Feb. 23
It took two Californians to jumpstart collaboration between the Colorado Mountain College's Alpine Campus and the Steamboat Springs School District, joke two top education administrators. Dual-enrollment programs, teacher in-service and special projects for students are planned for the coming year.
Local mogul skier vaults into world championships
As disappointing as the season started for Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club mogul skier Jeremy Cota, it couldn't have ended much better.
A chance meeting on an airplane brought a world-class skydiver and inspirational speaker to Steamboat Springs Middle School on Tuesday.
Steamboat Springs High School seniors Nelson Brassell and Alex Wood have seen a lot in their time playing basketball.