The Steamboat Springs High School cross-country team didn’t log any top-tier finishes at the massive Liberty Bell Cross-County Invitational on Friday in Littleton, but coach Greg Long said the members of his squad hit the marks he was hoping for.
Fayhee explores the 'Old Heart of the New West' in 2 new books
Mountain Gazette editor M. John Fayhee will travel to Steamboat on Thursday for a free book talk and reading of his two new titles at 6 p.m. Thursday at Off the Beaten Path Bookstore.
Joy Rasmussen finished seventh place in her age group, but was just 48 seconds off the podium, completing the 70.3 Ironman World Championship triathlon in 6 hours, 4 minutes and 40 seconds.
The Steamboat Springs High School tennis squad capped its weekend with a win Saturday, defeating Evergreen 5-2 in a dual in Steamboat.
12:01 a.m. Officers were called to a report of a credit card stolen from the first block of Seventh Street. Police located the suspect, but the victim did not want to press charges.
High school has several events planned in run up to rivalry game with Soroco Rams
As their sports teams gear up to face off against the rival Soroco Rams, students at Hayden High School will mark homecoming this week with several fun events.
Festival continues Monday with afternoon program at Steamboat Community Center
The search started at 6:20 a.m. in the dark, frosty fields of Routt County Road 42. Armed with binoculars and scopes mounted on tripods, 13 birders unloaded from shuttles and cars onto the gravel road west of Steamboat Springs.
Many thanks to the community for supporting the the Steamboat Christian Center’s Yardacious sale. We are grateful to those who donated and volunteered.
I submitted a Colorado Open Records Act request for the portions of the July 12 Yampa Valley Housing Authority board meeting discussion and vote to terminate George Krawzoff and the discussion and vote on the proposed severance package for him. It has been denied. T
To criticize Kristopher Hammond (“Steve Hofman: Get educated,” Wednesday’s Steamboat Today) patently is ironic. Hammond is an experienced criminal lawyer and a long standing resident in Steamboat Springs, and while his letter to the editor (“Build casino for me,” Sept. 9 Steamboat Today) may have been somewhat tongue-in-cheek, it nevertheless points to the truism that his legal practice work undoubtedly will increase.
The Steamboat Springs School District and the overall performance of its students continues to impress, as demonstrated by this week’s news that for the third consecutive year the school system achieved the highest rating given by the state of Colorado.