Chief Warrant Officer Dean Smith gave up piloting aircraft two years ago with 26,000 hours in the cockpit. But the military aviation community has not forgotten him. Smith received one of the highest military honors.
All Steamboat Springs recreation enterprise funds operate at a loss, and all but one will require a general fund subsidy next year.
The Steamboat Springs adaptive sports icon Craig Kennedy — along with his wife, Andrea, and the staff at Steamboat Adaptive Recreational Sports — has been preparing for another winter season.
Supervising a group of animated preschoolers in Clark is a different role for Kerri Ann Crocker, the new director of North Routt Preschool, which closed its doors for a week in September because of debt.
I am an Occupier. Well, sort of. Hearing the reports about the Occupy Wall Street crowd, I decided to try to figure out what it is they are demanding.
Recently, the United Nations announced that the world’s population is poised to surpass 7 billion. That’s going to leave a mark. The milestone provides a good opportunity to comment on the environmental mania that’s taken hold of otherwise sane people as though it were holy writ.
As parents of two high school students, we appreciate that the Hayden School District took the courageous step in conducting a drug search at the Hayden secondary schools.
Kudos to the Routt County Board of Commissioners for rejecting a chip-and-seal road policy recommendation that would have represented a step backward in the community’s worthwhile effort to become a top bicycling destination.
The Great American Smokeout is Thursday. To help others win the battle against tobacco, the Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association is asking former tobacco users to send cessation success stories to share them with others.
Laurie Hallenbeck: Around the County for Nov. 13
The Jail Report for Nov. 5 to 11
The Record for Nov. 11
Despite historically bad stretch, optimism abounds for Steamboat football
The Steamboat Springs High School football program in years past always has been a model of consistency. But this year, the Steamboat team was left wondering what has happened in the past two years.
Three Northwest Colorado rivals again likely will be in the same league next year. And if year-out projections of mountain-town football teams carry much weight, Soroco, Hayden and West Grand could be in for a three-way slugfest.
Snow is expected to continue overnight Saturday and into Sunday when two to four inches is possible, according to the National Weather Service.