- Rose Marie Larson Steamboat Springs
Squad hoping for playback windows
The bright side is that more than half of the Steamboat Springs High School tennis team still has a chance to get back in the Class 4A state tennis tournament in Pueblo.
The Sailor Luau fundraiser will feature authentic Polynesian luau cuisine and will be held from 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday in the Steamboat Springs High School commons area.
The 2012 edition of the Steamboat Springs Running Series kicks off at 10 a.m. Saturday with the Spirit Challenge, which features 5- and 10-kilometer races.
The town of Oak Creek was all wet, and now it’s trying to fix not only its water rate system but also how it deals with those requesting fee waivers.
Events in Routt County this week. Check out "Cabaret 2012" on Friday and Saturday night, and the Carson & Barnes Circus on Wednesday.
I wonder if, as a community, we might adopt a habit of having our reactive or fearful dogs wear a red bandana tied around their necks to signal to others that our dogs should not be approached.
8:07 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of criminal mischief in the 800 block of Broad Street.
Bullying also is the subject of a much-publicized documentary called “Bully,” which will open in Steamboat Springs on Friday. The film will play at the Chief Plaza Theater through Thursday.
As Helen Thorpe approached the age of 18, she realized that as a green card holder she couldn’t vote in the United States, where she had spent most of her life. That barrier motivated her to become a naturalized citizen.
Increased scrutiny of burning activities and narrow windows of opportunity, including managing smoke concerns, have made successful burns difficult to accomplish.
Summer may be arriving early, but local birding enthusiast Tom Litteral said the Yampa Valley’s abundance of migratory birds are showing up right on time.
The After Prom Committee for Steamboat Springs High School is in need of donations of prize items and gift cards from Steamboat businesses to give as prizes to students.
If America is to remain an economically vibrant world leader, we must not become numb to our economic reality.
The Soroco High School FFA chapter held its annual banquet Thursday to recognize the hard work of its members.
Connor Frasier learned a valuable lesson Thursday during a model United Nations conference: You don’t always get everything you ask for.
Michael Miller’s December pub crawl on horseback will remain one of Steamboat Springs’ more memorable news events. Five months later, it appears Miller’s legal troubles are over.
A Phippsburg man will have to register as a sex offender for at least a decade and will be on probation for as many as five years after pleading guilty to one count of unlawful sexual contact.
Bob Marley would be proud of Steamboat Springs, where every spring break sees an exodus, a movement of the people as locals abandon mud season for greener and warmer pastures. And this year more than most, it seems that movement was to Moab.
I attended the Steamboat Institute’s forum on fracking Tuesday evening. Actually, it was more of a pep rally than forum.
I don’t agree with just about everything that Rob Douglas stands for, but I am so glad that the Steamboat Today knows that our community supports hearing all the sides.