- Lawrence William Marshall Oak Creek
- LaVerna “Bonnie” Sarahbell Hudson Carr
- Tammara Smith
- Mary Jo Shearer
- Veronica and Trenton Kochenower, Oak Creek, a girl.
- Katie Anne Warchol and Gary Richard Warchol, Columbine, a girl.
- Lacey Marie and JD Sexton, Craig, a girl.
- Katrina Gearhart and Brad Luth, Steamboat Springs, a girl.
- Krystal and Chris Hainault, Craig, a boy.
- Grandbouche and Richards Engagement
Wrestling on Saturday in the championship final, Chad Terry put on a show that brought the 15,000 fans packed into Denver’s Pepsi Center to their feet, strangers who may not even know where the town of Hayden is were screaming as the final seconds of the final period of Terry’s final match ticked away.
Ten years ago on the slopes of a resort in the mountains east of Park City, Utah, a young freestyle skier named Travis Mayer stepped into the starting gate at the Olympics and captured the spirit of Steamboat Springs.
Eleven years of work came to a ceremonial conclusion when 200 or so people turned out at Yampa Valley Regional Airport for an official “grand re-opening” of the airport. It was a fitting tribute to those whose perseverance has resulted in a first-rate regional airport.
Things go quiet, and there is a sense of unease. But Rebecca Shephard doesn’t pause or hesitate. She’s been here before, explaining a life-changing event to someone who doesn’t know and is uneasy about asking.
12:06 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers sent foot patrol to Ski Time Square.
The Jail Report for Feb. 11 to 17
Stepping along with a lively rendition of “When the Saints Go Marching In,” about 50 people, costumed in feathers and jester hats and draped in strings of plastic beads, made their way through the base area at Steamboat Ski Area.
Team preps for playoff matchup
The Steamboat Springs High School hockey team made a furious comeback Saturday and rang a shot off the post in the final five seconds in a 5-4 loss at Ralston Valley.
The Soroco boys basketball team can blow games open, score 26 points in the second quarter like it did Saturday against Vail Mountain and even look like an upper-echelon team. But then it can frustrate, blow a 14-point halftime lead and somehow find a way to lose, 69-63, in overtime.
They have done it twice before, so why the heck not a third time. The Soroco and Hayden High School girls basketball teams will tangle for a third time at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at Hayden, this time in the opening round of the district tournament.
Although Soroco High School senior Lauryn Bruggink didn’t accomplish what she set out to, it would be a mistake to say she accomplished nothing at all.
Sitting in a cabin at Whiteman on Wednesday, the Yampa Valley’s newest international student said he’s learning new words, making new friends and trudging on his way to class through powder that never coated his hometown in China.
Steamboat Springs blood drives have their regulars, and organizers are hoping to attract a few new ones.
Staffing reductions not to affect response times
Steamboat Springs Fire Rescue officials said they don’t think reduced seasonal staffing will affect response times or the department’s ability to respond to multiple emergencies.
Steamboat Springs freestyle moguls skier Jeremy Cota finished second on Friday in a World Cup event in Naeba, Japan.
Steamboat Springs’ Bryan Fletcher led the U.S. Nordic Combined Ski Team on Saturday in Klingenthal, Germany, posting a 15th place finish.
Have you ever had your hand nearly mangled in a crushing handshake from a well-meaning farmer or rancher? I have.
Laurie Hallenbeck: Around the County for Feb. 19
Longtime local couple Karen and Mix Beauvais has been voted the Rex and queen of Ski Mardi Gras.
Love the Run You're With Running Series event proves difficult
Melissa Christopherson crossed the finish line of Saturday’s Love the Run You’re With 10K and was more than ready for her part of the wedding anniversary: a drink and a trip to the hot springs.
Even without some of the top tricks, Steamboat Springs’ Matt Ladley finished second Saturday at the inaugural World Snowboarding Championships in Oslo, Norway.
Prudential Steamboat adds a mobile websitePrudential Steamboat Realty announced this week the addition of a real estate search engine tailored specifically for mobile devices — specifically smartphones.
Real estate transactions for Feb. 10 to 15
The latest employment information from Yampa Valley Data Partners shows that the number of jobs in Routt County is at its lowest level since 2001. However, average wages, when adjusted for inflation, have grown steadily.
Barring epic snowfall in March and April, the stage is set for the wide-open hay meadows wrapping Steamboat Springs to shed their cover of snow early and begin greening up in early May.
That was the easiest yet most frustrating win the Hayden High School boys basketball team has had all year. Hayden was supposed to play Vail Mountain at home Friday. The only problem was Vail Mountain didn’t show up.
The Soroco High School boys basketball team beat De Beque, 76-71, on Friday. The Rams got big games from Nic Paxton and Ryan Jeep in the win.
Controversial conservative commentator Ann Coulter told a crowd in Steamboat Springs on Friday that the only thing she cares about is November’s presidential election.
There certainly were moments when you could see the Steamboat Springs girls basketball team playing with Moffat County. Then there were stretches like the third quarter, when Moffat County proved its a worthy Western Slope League co-champion in a 48-35 win.