- Kayla Green and Devon Miller, Steamboat Springs, a girl.
- Catherine and Mark Stewart, Steamboat Springs, a boy.
- Corina Schliske and Darrell Horton, Steamboat Springs, a boy.
- Serena and Douglas Whited, Steamboat Springs, a boy.
- Kelli Lopes and Tim Litzau, Livermore, Calif., a boy.
- Stanford and Wegiel Engagement
U19 hockey team wins Denver tournament
Steamboat's U19 girls hockey team won the AA state championship Sunday, defeating rival Telluride 2-0 in Denver. Steamboat’s U14 girls team fell just short of a state title, losing 2-1 to Aspen in a shootout that broke a scoreless tie in their championship game Sunday in Littleton.
People throw around the phrase “Olympic spirit” all too often. What’s it even mean? It’s a phrase people throw out when they can’t really describe the scene at the Olympics. The host city of Vancouver is culturally rich and full of diversity. It’s hopping, and there may have been 200,000 people in downtown Vancouver on Sunday.
County Agenda for March 1 and 2
The Steamboat Springs School Board will get an update about the 2010-11 budget from Superintendent Shalee Cunningham tonight.
Eva Grant places in top 6 of humor event at district tournament
It was a waiting game for the Steamboat Springs High School speech and debate team. Eva Grant, Paula Ninger and Kirsten Delaney sat in the Moffat County High School cafeteria, nervously awaiting the award ceremony that culminated the two-day district tournament Saturday evening.
President of the American Athletic Institute to talk about effects of youth drug, alcohol use
John Underwood, founder and president of the American Athletic Institute, will visit Routt County to give several presentations about his research on the detrimental effects of alcohol and drug abuse on youths’ minds, bodies, and academic and athletic performance.
The acronym for a condition affecting local aspen trees is so apt for what probably is the most popular of all the deciduous, or leaf-bearing, plants of the Rocky Mountain West. Sudden aspen decline, or SAD, is a phenomenon that already has affected more than 17 percent of the aspen trees in Colorado.
Candidate discusses spending, health care Saturday
Health care, jobs and governmental spending were at the top of the list of talking points for Republican U.S. Senate candidate Jane Norton at a meet-and-greet event Saturday. About 15 Routt County residents gathered at The Egg & I Restaurant for the informal discussion.
The path to knee or hip replacement can be long and winding, filled with years of walking, bending, skiing, twisting, running, cycling, riding and other activities.
It’s easy to take sleep for granted — that is, until zzzzz’s are replaced with restlessness, tossing and turning and daytime exhaustion. People of all ages experience insomnia, snoring, restless leg syndrome and other sleep problems, but these disorders tend to be more prevalent among older adults.
The Record for Feb. 27