Jim "Catfish" Hunter was a star on the baseball mound in the 1970s. His actions on the field earned him a perfect game and a place in the Hall of Fame. But what he did off the field inspired those with diabetes to pursue their dreams and to reach for the stars.
Former Steamboat Springs resident Gary Crawford's adress may say that he still lives in Florida, but the Nordic combined legend's heart is still on the jumps hills.
I've learned that being the parent of a competitive soccer player isn't always easy, but it's a position I'm welling to learn.
Making a difference is what the Rally in the Valley was all about.
Big stories and everyday events come together in the pages of the Today to help tell Steamboat Springs story.
Lucy Li's story is amazing, but I can't help but wonder what's happening to our childhoods.
The true rewards of being a father have nothing to do with the sports our children play, the clothes they wear or the teams they cheer for. The true rewards of being a father are in the details.
Olympic gold medalist Deb Armstrong steps aside to focus on being a mom.
Changes to the adult softball leagues will make the game for aging players like me, but that shouldn't stop us from loving the game.
A Steamboat Springs family feels lucky after a tragic accident in the Utah desert, but have come to understand the things that should really matter to all of us.
John F. Russell: Steamboat learns that post-season berths best won on the field, not decided on paper
After looking at the teams, the records and the polls, it's hard to understand how the Steamboat Springs girls soccer team didn't make this year's playoffs. It's even harder to explain.
Truth is, when it comes to recreational softball, it doesn't matter if you're good or bad. You just have to get in the game and have fun.
Sure April showers will bring May flowers, but inside Coors Field it always feels like summer.
John F. Russell: Times are tough for the US Nordic combined team, but coach isn't ready to throw in the towel
The U.S. Ski Team has pulled the plug on the Nordic combined team, but head coach Dave Jarrett isn't about to give up on this team, or the sport that he loves.
Back in the late 1970s, a young athlete from Steamboat Springs set out to make his mark on the football fields, basketball courts and tracks of Northwest Colorado. By the time he graduated from high school, Tom Southall had changed the way people in Steamboat Springs, and Colorado, viewed those with disabilities.