The 10th-seeded Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball team opens the state tournament with a game at 6 p.m. Tuesday in Evergreen.
For the third time this season, the cross-county rivals will meet on the basketball court. This time, however, it’s in the opening round of the district tournament.
If nothing else, Tuesday’s game between the Soroco and Hayden girls basketball teams should be an entertaining spectacle.
I finally re-balanced my 401K on Friday, and now I’m praying for Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti to save the world’s economy and my retirement fund along with it.
Have you ever wondered why February has only 28 days most years but occasionally has 29 days, as it does this year? This whole leap year thing started back in the days of the Roman Empire under the reign of Julius Caesar.
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A snow squall reduced visibility to near zero minutes before the crash that killed two and injured four others. Sara Humpal, 10, was transported to Children's Hospital in Denver today. Her father and two brothers remain at Yampa Valley Medical Center.
Bryan Baker said not many days during his 11 years living in Steamboat Springs were as good as Monday.
A storm that started dumping several inches of snow on Steamboat at about 3 p.m. Sunday was expected to leave 6 to 12 inches of snow on the mountain before clearing up Monday morning.
Grant applications for the 4 Yellow foundation will be accepted from organizations that provide cancer services or support cancer initiatives in Steamboat Springs.
As Northwest Colorado prepares for a potential energy boom, two Yampa Valley organizations are hosting a symposium to discuss how oil and natural gas exploration might affect Moffat and Routt counties.
Billy Demong stayed on a hot streak Sunday, notching a 10th place finish in a World Cup event in Klingenthal, Germany, leading the way for a strong showing by the U.S. Nordic Combined Ski Team.
Last week, I called out the student sections at all three Routt County schools. I challenged them to make their respective gyms hell to play in, not the borefests they seemingly had become.
A key win against rival Moffat County was just what the Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball team needed to clinch a spot in the state tournament. A loss against the Bulldogs didn’t prevent the Sailors girls from getting a ticket to the dance, either.