The Education Fund Board’s Grant Commission is accepting applications for its annual Innovation Grant, with plans to award $25,000 in funding to local school district employees or nonprofits.
Taking spooky to the next level, Colorado Mountain College SKY Club presents their 17th Annual “Screamboat Chamber of Horror” this Friday and Saturday.
Steve Craig didn’t envision beginning a teaching career until he had a couple of decades of engineering under his belt, but then he found Colorado Mountain College.
When traveling through New Guinea and countries in Southeast Asia as a young man, Rick Silverman felt he needed a way to protect himself if ever caught in a dangerous situation.
The school has secured a $500,000 gift from a current family that will be granted with the collection of matching funds, and hope to raise a total of at least $1.5 million including the gift to pay for a new two-story 6,000-square-foot building.
When local duo Julie Whitecotton and Claire Mestepey set out on an entrepreneurial venture to make adult coloring books, they knew it would be necessary to get startup funds to pay for the expensive bulk printing costs.
Routt County school lunch menus for week of Oct. 26
The Leadership Steamboat class of 2015 river stewardship project culminated earlier this month with the installation of four permanent educational signs along the core trail and Yampa River.
Union donations put spotlight on perceived political motives
The Steamboat Springs School District employee union’s decision to financially back two school board candidates and not endorse two others has put a spotlight on perceived political motives of the candidates and board president Roger Good.
Located at the staggering distance of two-million light years, Andromeda’s galaxy is the most distant object easily visible to the unaided human eye.
A new club and repurposed media center at Steamboat Springs High School are paving the way for students to engage in more hands-on learning and creation.
County Council on Aging menus for week of Oct. 19
Routt County school lunch menus for week of Oct. 19
A $5,000 donation from Sara Craig-Scheckman for the anti-school bond group, Citizens for a Better Plan, dwarfs all other donations made to that group or the pro-bond Yes 2 Steamboat Schools, according to campaign finance reports due Tuesday.
“I'm just shocked at the (financial) exposure we could have if this passes,” Council President Bart Kounovsky said.