On May 30, small flags will be planted; and those who remember will quietly gather in cemeteries across our land. Taps will soar, echo and fade. The names of men and women who died serving our country during times of war will be read, and crowds either large and small, but always attentive, will listen with gratitude to the roll call of our honored dead.
The Hayden COG ride is a great event, low-key and simple affair, and the snacks, food and entertainment are all put together for a great ride. The volunteers were fantastic, and regardless of my initial reservations on bike choice, it’s a ride on my to-do list next year.
With the start of the season only two weeks away, organizers of the Storm Baseball team are rounding third and hoping to find homes.
Winging his way across our springtime sky is a delightful little constellation named Corvus, the Crow.
Melanoma, the most deadly type of skin cancer, doesn’t only affect adults; it also affects children. Though pediatric melanoma is rare, the disease is on the rise in the U.S., particularly among teenagers.
My family and I have an audio book playing in our cars most of the time. It’s a great way to pass the time on a long trip. These are some of our current favorites.
Sounds and music associated with safety and nurturing are a priceless gift to our children.
Salad bowl garden
Steamboat’s growing season of 39 frost-free days, combined with clay soils and desiccating winds, presents its own set of problems for gardeners.
Many moons ago, when you were a young and curious person, did you see the world through a different filter? As summer approaches and my favorite things in the world reappear in the valley, my inner child turns on full force.
Something that always comes up when dog owners ask for help with any kind of unwanted behavior is the question of who has to change the most — their dog or themselves?
Our proposed storefront location has created controversy far beyond what we ever thought imaginable. Natural Choice is a small, family run business that is owned and operated by community-minded people who love Steamboat Springs.
If, as a gardener, you are looking for advice, information or just camaraderie, look no further. CSU Master Gardener volunteers will be available from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Thursday beginning May 19 and continuing through late August to answer your gardening questions.
As winter melts into spring, many who ride are thinking about getting a new/different/better bike. You might hear, “What should I buy? Who makes the best bike? What about that company?”
With major construction projects going on between Yampa Street and at Central Park, things will be a bit challenging for locals and visitors alike. Add the joy of the Colorado Highway 9 roadwork, and a drive to and from the Front Range this year may test the patience of everyone.
One of the Tread of Pioneers Museum's key roles is to educate about Ute heritage. As part of these efforts, the museum is partnering with Bud Werner Memorial Library to host Roland McCook Sr. — great-great grandson of Chipeta, the wife of Ute Chief Ouray — as a speaker May 23.