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Dog's Eye View: Moose on the loose in Steamboat

Awareness and knowledge can prevent human/moose encounters.

Gardening with Deb: Sl__ughs

With the wet spring we've experienced this year, many gardeners are having problems with slugs

Tales from the Tread: Celebrate the Brown Ranch centennial

The Brown Ranch is a unique and important part of our Routt County and Colorado heritage. On Saturday, the family of Margaret and Thornton Brown invite people out between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. to tour the home and celebrate its centennial.

Spoke Talk: You know you want to tri

So, if you’ve ever thought to yourself, “I’d like to do a triathlon one day” then read on. Here are all the resources you’ll need to get started.

Jimmy Westlake: Yampa River Star Party this Saturday

Jimmy Westlake will be conducting a summer stargazing event out at the Yampa River State Park campground, three miles west of Hayden on U.S. Highway 40, beginning at 9 p.m. Saturday.

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Eugene Buchanan: Riding the Moots Ranch Rally

Magazine editor Eugene Buchanan joined local bike manufacturer Moots on its second annual, 50-mile Moots Ranch Rally, a communal dirt-road ride showcasing area ranches while benefitting the Community Agriculture Alliance.

Book review: Fun summer teen reads

These are just three books from the teen shelves that are great summer reads for young, and even not so young, adults.

Monday Medical: Summer travel abroad? Don’t forget travel vaccinations

One thing that shouldn’t be overlooked when planning summer vacations are travel vaccinations, for which requirements and recommendations vary greatly between destinations and type of travel.

Focus on Fitness: Don't just sit there

Incorporating short movements and exercises throughout the workday can boost employee energy, engagement and efficiency.

Thoughtful Parenting: Preventing the summer slide

There are resources available for parents to help ensure children don't lose educational ground over the summer break.

Our view: Don't let go of the vision

The downtown URA is in the past, but the need to reinvest in public facilities is still ahead of us.

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The Bock’s Office: ‘Jurassic World’ a dynamic yet dimwitted dino movie

The message of “Jurassic World” and all the movies that preceded it is to show what happens when mankind plays God. Perhaps the greater sin that comes in the newest installment, though, is the mistake of trying to play Spielberg.

Community Ag Alliance: RCCW supporting agriculture students

Routt County Cattlewomen is a community-based organization that supports the beef industry through education, outreach and marketing. Our organization has a membership of around 50, and each year, we raise funds for our scholarship fund.

Dog's Eye View: "Cross this line, you die"

Letting dogs run off-leash around wildlife can, and does, lead to grave consequences.

Strings Music Festival: The superpowers of a stage manager

Stage managers have the world’s most boring superpowers: laser-precise scheduling abilities, the power to create detailed organizational tools from snatches of overheard conversations and anonymous notes scribbled on napkins and the ability to multi-task in the face of diva drama, needy roadies and gaff tape emergencies.