Charley Temple pushed a herd of 1,500 steers from his father’s ranch near Wagon Mound, N.M., to Northwest Colorado, where they wintered on open range near Maybell and spent their summers in Twentymile Park.
Along the horseback ride, Buddy Werner encountered a stray sheep and stopped to round her up. Werner heaved the sheep onto a packsaddle where the sheep rode serenely and became the trip mascot.
Steamboat kids are in for one of the best Easter egg hunts ever, just 18 days away on March 30.
Anyone who wants to glimpse what it was like to travel among grizzlies and wolves when the Rocky Mountains truly were wild can get a feel for it by reading “The Journals of Lewis and Clark,” as compiled by Bernard DeVoto.
I received reports over the weekend that the trek was rugged from Denver into the mountains and through the Eisenhower Tunnel. But the tedium those skiers and snowboarders endured couldn’t have matched the rigors of traveling over Rollins Pass and through “The White Desert” by train to reach Colorado’s Western Slope in the winter of 1909.
A visiting physician who broke her arm in a skiing accident consequently lost her wedding band only to have a ski patrolman and a tiny rodent help her husband recover the precious jewelry a day later.
Tom Ross: With global luminaries gathering in Long Beach, conference video will be live in Steamboat's Library Hall
TED is a nonprofit organization bringing together creative people from the broad fields of technology, entertainment and design, and spreading their innovative ideas.
There’s an art to riding a cow pony across the swollen Yampa River during spring runoff when it measures 200 feet from bank to bank.
Improvisation is just as traditional as anything else that takes place at the annual Steamboat Springs Winter Carnival.
When the 100th Winter Carnival Diamond Hitch Parade unfurls down Lincoln Avenue on Sunday, one of the floats will carry 20 proud members of the Wither family. Its history in Routt County precedes the first Winter Carnival by a quarter of a century.
It would not have made sense for betting establishments to have tried to throw down some voodoo on the Ravens’ halftime lead.
Once on the ground, the eagle’s movement was restricted not only by the metal mesh fence, but by the spruce limbs above his head. And he wasn’t happy.
Now I know in great detail how my ancestors took part in America's westward expansion in wagons drawn by oxen.
Sarah Floyd hopes folks who decide to launch a Winter Carnival lantern will write personal wishes for future carnivals on them.
Steamboat’s first coal-fired power plant fed a network of underground steam ducts leading to local homes and businesses, allowing the byproduct of power generation to heat homes and school classrooms.