The Hayden High School wrestling team picked up a pile of top finishes Saturday at a tournament in West Grand.
As disappointed as the Soroco girls team was when a potentially tying 3-point shot glanced off the rim in the closing seconds of Saturday’s 41-38 home loss to Gilpin County, coach David Bruner couldn’t be overly disappointed.
It was a day of discovery for the Soroco High School boys basketball team Saturday as it outlasted Gilpin County, 78-70, in overtime. The Rams realized that they can play defense and shoot well enough to rack up a 20-point lead on a quality opponent.
Just a week after placing three wrestlers at the highly competitive Wheat Ridge meet, Steamboat saw seven wrestlers place Saturday in West Grand.
Stagecoach State Park hosts a dog sled race, sponsored by the Stagecoach Property Owner’s Association and the Colorado Mountain Mushers, on Jan. 7 and 8.
Hoping to strengthen the support they receive from the Colorado Department of Education, a group of educators from rural public school districts across the state met Thursday in Denver for the first time as a newly formed Rural Education Council.
New fixed-base operator facility to better serve pilots in Steamboat
Local pilot and former Steamboat Springs Airport Commission Chairman Mike Forney said the new fixed-base operator facility that the city expects to complete in March will better serve an already significant economic driver for the community.
Trip to post office was something to look forward to
We have arrived at the happ, happ, happiest time of the year. Our days are supposed to be merry and bright, but I find myself missing my post office box.
The Record for Dec. 16
The Jail Report for Dec. 10 to 16
The gap between the Steamboat Springs hockey team and the elite of the state has been defined. Saturday’s 5-1 loss to Regis Jesuit showed just how far Steamboat has to go to compete with the best.
A week after finishing second at the Grand Prix, Steamboat’s Maddy Schaffrick followed it up Saturday with a fourth-place finish at the Winter Dew Tour in Breckenridge.
The Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club has two new coaches leading the ski cross program, and snowboarding director Jon Casson thinks they'll be a perfect fit.
I was a Denver Broncos fan pre-Tim Tebow, but my favorite part of the Tebow mania that’s swept the nation isn’t what it has done for Denver’s record. It’s not even that Tebow got mentioned in a Rick Perry debate speech.
My goodness, you certainly gave a comprehensive report on the Steamboat Springs Shoot-Out basketball tournament on Dec. 9 and 10. No schedules printed, no blips about who won — except for Steamboat Springs High School.
Kudos to Mike and friends for their horse adventure (“Ride spurs nostalgia,” Dec. 13 Steamboat Today). Everyone that I’ve spoken with has been full of laughter, something much needed during our time of high unemployment, foreclosures and many businesses struggling to survive.
Partisan politics may have led to the recently approved redistricting maps of Colorado’s house districts, but the end result is a new district that better fits Routt County interests.
The Steamboat girls basketball team couldn’t overcome slow starts in both halves Saturday, falling 57-26 to Cheyenne Central.
Steamboat (3-6) lost its third straight game of the Flaming Gorge Classic tournament and fifth in a row Saturday, falling in its final game before the New Year, 52-32, to Evanston.
Truth is, there isn’t really a right answer. But the question that should be on everyone’s mind is who is more popular, Hall of Famer John Elway or newcomer Tim Tebow?
Kerry Shea, broker/owner of Wildhorse Meadows real estate and representing sales of Trailhead Lodge, reported this week that a pair of three-bedroom luxury condominiums is under contract.
The Atira Group will launch the sales effort for the second phase of its luxury project adjacent to the Steamboat Ski Area slopes with the intent of beginning construction on four $2 million-plus townhomes in 2012.
The North Routt community received a fresh jolt of enthusiasm this weekend with the opening of Hahn’s Peak Roadhouse, owned by Carroll and Darren Zamzow, formerly of Steamboat Springs.
The Hayden High School boys basketball team beat North Park, 59-41, on Friday night to even its record at 2-2. But today is when the Tigers will find out what they’re made of.
The Hayden High School girls basketball team set the stage Friday for a huge early-season showdown at 4 p.m. today against Little Snake River High School out of Baggs, Wyo. The Tigers downed North Park, 65-26, to ensure both squads would enter the game undefeated.