It was a good sight seeing Anna Marno walk around Howelsen Hill on Tuesday evening. The crutches were gone, the limp was gone, and Marno looked healthy and ready for the ski season.
The dusty gymnasium at the old Steamboat Springs Middle School is the setting for some of Michelle Wilkie’s first and most treasured memories. Now Wilkie prepares for her first season coaching a high school varsity team.
Chocolate walk, deals lure shoppers to downtown Steamboat
For all that Steamboat Springs is, it isn’t a Black Friday shopping destination. But even though midnight deals didn’t draw thousands out early Friday morning or leave customers camping on downtown sidewalks, the nation’s most famous shopping holiday and ensuing weekend did plenty to fill local coffers, and by Sunday afternoon, downtown Steamboat retailers were happy.
The Record for Nov. 26
On Sunday, the Boots in the ’Boat fundraiser for the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club had 235 ski boots counted in the Gondola car.
Beginning early this week, the casual runner, walker or cyclist will be able to track exactly how many miles they have logged on the seven-mile trail, which hugs the Yampa River throughout the city.
Routt County school lunch menus for week of Nov. 28
As winter settles in and the cold evenings take hold, many people turn to “comfort food.” These dishes often are loaded with fats and carbohydrates. A healthier alternative that provides plenty of comfort is soup.
County Agenda for Nov. 28 and 29
Norfolk Island Pine makes wonderful living holiday tree in home
Norfolk Island Pines require regular watering, generally once the first inch or two of soil dries completely out. Then water until it runs out the drainage hole. Don’t allow the roots to sit in water, or you’ll damage the root system and kill the tree.
Things are changing at Allen’s Clothing in downtown Steamboat Springs, and that’s a good thing. As his father, Tod Allen, did in 1977, Kris Allen has joined the family business full time.