- Jessica Archambeault and Chad Meininger, Steamboat Springs, a boy.
- Christina Peters and Andrew Volk, Steamboat Springs, a girl.
- Shiloh and Jay Whaley, Yampa, a girl.
- Christie L. Niles and Luke M. More, Steamboat Springs, a girl.
- Janey and Kyle Kostur, Grand Junction, a girl.
- Kayloni Marie Grinolds and Tyson Shawn Voyek, Steamboat Springs, a girl.
- Jessica Hodom and Jacob Witherell, Craig/Rangely, a boy.
- Amanda and Eric Duran, Craig, a boy.
- Sarah and Michael Owens, Yampa, a girl.
Skyler Barry’s senior project expands understanding
When Skyler Barry was in middle school, she didn’t have boyfriends. Boys wouldn’t hold her hand because they feared catching her diabetes. That, of course, is not possible. “I don’t want kids to have to grow up dealing with what I dealt with,” Barry said. “I want them to know what it is, to understand.”
Girls squad wins home tourney with white-knuckle victory
The puck skidded sideways and just to the right of Steamboat goalie Ellana Williams, missing the goal by 2 feet before drifting behind the net. That play handed Steamboat Springs its first championship in three years in the annual Adele Dombrowski girls hockey tournament.
Routt County commissioners are attending the 2009 winter conference of Colorado Counties Inc. today and Tuesday in Colorado Springs, and thus will not hold public meetings in Routt County this week.
It just doesn’t seem like Christmas unless you have a lighted, decorated Christmas tree to admire through the holiday. Families in the Steamboat area tend to purchase already-cut trees or make a family excursion into national forest areas to find a perfect specimen.
As the double-O decade draws to a close, Yampa Valley Medical Center is preparing to celebrate 10 years of providing vital and ever-growing medical services at the Central Park Drive campus. A special event is being planned to mark the anniversary along with a grand opening of expanded and remodeled facilities.
McConnell, Tipton say primary will avoid divisiveness
Efforts by Colorado Republicans to avoid contentious primaries are continuing in the state’s 3rd Congressional District. State Rep. Scott Tipton, of Cortez, and Bob McConnell, of Steamboat Springs, are running to replace U.S. Rep. John Salazar, D-Colo., in Congress. Republican District Attorney Martin Beeson, of Garfield County, also is in the race.
Caring for a family member with a disability or chronic condition does not come with a road map. Individuals often assume caregiving responsibilities without knowing what tomorrow or the next day will bring.
Adaptive sports organization looks to build on last year’s success
Last ski season, 144 Steamboat Adaptive Recreational Sports volunteers provided 670 lessons in 3,000 hours to more than 160 students.
Dover, team preparing for Valor Christian
Breathe easy, Steamboat Springs football fans. Joe Dover has good news. “I’m good,” he said Sunday afternoon. “I’m fine. I’ll be ready Saturday.” Things didn’t look so good for Steamboat’s top running back in the fourth quarter of Satur day afternoon’s Class 3A semifinal playoff game in Pueblo.
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