- Kim Cooper Noel Steamboat Springs
One doubles team, one singles player still on the court in Pueblo
Steamboat's No. 4 doubles team lost its first match of the tournament today and continues play this afternoon. Keegan Burger, No. 2 singles, has advanced in the consolation round.
Watch the story of a local teen's black widow bite tonight on Animal Planet.
Brian Kelly, 55, is opposing education veteran Bill Kennedy for the District 1 Steamboat Springs School Board seat. They're vying for the seat being vacated by John DeVincentis, who is not running for re-election.
After a 39-year career as an educator in New York, Bill Kennedy is opposing longtime local Brian Kelly for the District 1 Steamboat Springs School Board seat.
Sailors cruise by Moffat County in 3 games
Give the Steamboat Springs High School volleyball team any sort of momentum, rivalry or not, and the Sailors will likely make it a quick night. Playing Moffat County on Thursday in Steamboat Springs, the Sailors gained momentum and cruised past the Bulldogs in three games.
Pacific phenomenon a prime factor in season's climate forecast
The wild card in Steamboat Springs' long-range winter climate outlook is El NiÃ±o. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration issued a winter forecast that rates the chances of average, below average and above average precipitation in the region as a toss-up.
Caroline Bohlmann, special events director for the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club, can't tell you exactly what will be available at the annual Ski & Sport Swap, but she knows there's bound to be more than a few good deals.
John Shors will read part of his third and most recent book, "Dragon House," at 4 p.m. Saturday at Bud Werner Memorial Library. He'll talk about the novel's subject and the writing process, answer questions and sign copies, he said. Epilogue Book Co. and the library are sponsoring the event.
District may use fewer BOCES services
District might bring more services in-district after the Northwest BOCES announced that its member school districts were under-assessed and its budget overspent last year.
Odd, the world of high school tennis. Consider: Thursday afternoon, a few competitors from Class 4A schools crushed the dreams of the Steamboat Springs High School tennis team, sending six of the squad's seven entries out of the championship bracket of the state tennis tournament in Pueblo.
With the regional cross-country meet rapidly approaching, the Steamboat Springs High School cross-country team has to be feeling good about where it stands. Competing Thursday in the Rifle Invitational cross-country meet at Deerfield Park, the Sailors boys team ran some of its best times of the year.
The Steamboat Springs Team Lightning Swim Team competed in the Aspen Leaf Invitational on Oct. 10 and 11 for the first time in team history.
State wildlife officials are offering a reward leading to the prosecution of the person or people who illegally shot and killed a mule deer buck on Aspen Mountain in recent days.
When it's the middle of winter in Steamboat Springs, it's the height of summer in Australia. What better time to visit and become engrossed in the richness of the local culture?
The Record for Oct. 14
Classify this one as a must win for the Hayden High School football team. Hayden, at 3-3 overall and 1-1 in the Class 1A Western Slope League, welcomes Hotchkiss for a 7:30 p.m. game today at Hayden High School, a game that will have a vital impact on the Tigers' hopes of making the Class 1A playoffs.
Rocky Mountain Farmers Union is more than a century old and still going strong with its efforts to represent agriculture at the local, state, regional and national levels. To help achieve its goal of serving as one of the voices for family agriculture and rural communities throughout Colorado, Wyoming and New Mexico, RMFU hosts a convention each fall.
Additional revenue to help eliminate town water fund deficit
Town's residential rates will increase by $3.05 to $19. Monthly senior rates will increase by $1.83 to $11.40.
Postal Service spokesman: Campaigning at post office illegal
Routt County's first mail-only election is forcing elections and Postal Service officials to take a closer look at election law and oversight. On Thursday, county election officials fielded several calls from residents concerned about whether candidates are permitted to campaign on U.S. Postal Service property.
What to do this week in Routt County
The Informants play at 9 p.m. Saturday at Ghost Ranch Saloon. Tickets are $5 at the door. The band that helped open the Ghost Ranch in late May plans to perform its debut album, "Stiletto Angel."