Ski jumping is an everyday occurrence in Steamboat Springs, but incidents Friday reminded us all of the risks athletes face.
Growing up in the shadows of Steamboat Ski Area ia a treat for children and an opportunity for Dad.
Not that long ago, wrestling was king in the Steamboat Spring gymnasium and around the state. A lot has changed since the sport's glory days, but today's athletes are keeping the sports image alive in our town.
On Friday, news of a high school shooting rocked Colorado. In a state that has been plagued by shootings, this one hits way too close to home.
Thankfully for Broncos fans the choice is still a few years down the road, but I have to wonder if Peyton Manning will retire as a Bronco, or a Colt?
I've skied with a lot of talented athletes throughout the years, but there is something different about taking to the slopes with a skiing legend like Billy Kidd.
The ski season, and the chance to make lasting memories with your children, is just around the corner.
Nobody ever said it was going to be easy to be a fan. But for those of us who have spent our entire lives cheering for the same team, the love of the fan is easy to understand.
Parents will not find any clear-cut rules when it comes to watching young athletes play the game, but if they offer support, they might just discover the game can teach us all a lesson worth understanding.
Bill Meyers has been racing to national titles for years and he has no intention of stopping.
For more than two decades, the Knights of Columbus group has supported those with disabilities by running a Special Olympics bowling program in Steamboat Springs.
Start of ski season means the days until the Sochi Olympics are counting down at a rapid pace.
Gary Crawford will be missed after his departure in October from Steamboat Springs, but his contributions to our community and the sport of Nordic combined will remain.
It might not seem so inviting when the weather turns cold along the sidelines of a football game in late October, but as a photographer there is no place I would rather be — just a few feet from where the action unfolds.
Giselle Miller turned 80 on Friday the 13th, but the Steamboat Springs resident isn't about to slow down on the road of life.