- Jenny Ellison and L.B. Heilner, Loveland, a girl.
- Megan and Barkley Robinson, Steamboat Springs, a boy.
- Deida Macias and Enrique Chavez, Steamboat Springs, a boy.
Steamboat lost both ends of a Saturday doubleheader at Palisade on Saturday, falling 15-5 and 9-2.
Aubree Haskins was third in the shotput and fourth in the discus, leading the way for the Hayden High School track and field team Saturday.
Soroco’s Micaela Meyer notched another dominating day Saturday, placing in four events as the Rams competed at Battle Mountain.
Steamboat didn’t have anyone push into the state’s top 18 times or distances in any events, but it racked up a ton of points Saturday at Battle Mountain.
The Steamboat girls soccer team won its final game in dominating fashion, 3-0, against Palisade, and it might have been an awfully good thing for the Sailors that it did.
Steamboat Springs Superintendent Brad Meeks said the preliminary budget proposal he will present to the School Board will keep vital programs intact and avoid increases to class sizes.
County agenda for May 7 and 8
Sailors to travel for Wednesday game
Scores from Saturday night lacrosse action helped answer some of the questions that lingered after the Steamboat Springs High School boys team’s exciting 9-4 win against Denver East.
12:13 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of threats being made in the 1100 block of Longview Circle. Officers arrested a man from Craig in his mid-20s on suspicion of harassment.
Mount Werner Water and the city of Steamboat Springs will launch a commercial and residential water conservation rebate program Monday to replace old toilets, dishwashers, washing machines and irrigation components.
Because a “healthy tan” can be the first sign of future skin cancer and sun-damaged skin, it’s important for parents to protect their children from ultraviolet radiation.
More work is being done this spring and summer to improve the Community Roots Garden site. A garden cleanup project is from 4 to 6 p.m. Thursday and volunteers are being sought to help out for a couple of hours.
The 10th annual Great North Routt Chili Cook-Off drew about 180 people to Hahn’s Peak Roadhouse on Sunday and raised $2,700 for the North Routt Community Charter School and the neighboring North Routt Preschool.
Despite wild success in the regular season, the Steamboat Springs High School boys lacrosse team never had won a playoff game. On Saturday, after an overwhelming second half swamped, then sank Denver East, the Sailors and their fans barely seemed to believe it.