■ Steamboat Springs School District Monday: Peri peri African chicken with Ethiopian cabbage Tuesday: Pumpkin chipotle soup, assorted bread Wednesday: Pasta Vicenza style or Alfredo sauce Thursday: Pork in orange sauce with sweet potato Friday: Homemade pizza (gluten-free available)
Longtime Steamboat Springs High School bookkeeper Denise Pearson is remaining hopeful after starting a new round of chemotherapy this week to fight recently diagnosed leukemia.
The autumn sky is dominated by several giant constellations that eat up a lot of territory, but tucked in between these sky-hogs are a few tiny constellations that are a snap to locate precisely because they are so compact.
The Steamboat Springs Board of Education voted in August for the school district to let voters decide whether to approve Referendum 3C, a mill levy override to fund free all-day kindergarten in the city.
The Hayden School District is in a financial bind and is asking voters to pay additional taxes so the district can buy new buses.
Colorado Mountain College associate professor Dr. Tina Evans knows firsthand how hard it can be to keep students in the right frame of mind when studying sustainability.
■ Steamboat Springs School District Monday: Beef taco bar (hard or soft shell) Tuesday: Miso chicken with ramen noodles Wednesday: Pasta Calabrian style or Alfredo sauce
Local parents took their knowledge about illegal drugs to a higher level Wednesday during a meeting with local law enforcement.
Anticipation is building for a new Steamboat Springs School District demographics report, with stakeholders curious to see how new projections compare to a 2014 report.
Uranus. There, I said it. Well, giggles or not, I am writing today to inform you that now is the prime time to see Uranus up in the sky.
Educators from around the region gathered last Friday at Steamboat Springs High School for the fifth annual COLLAB conference, organized by Northwest Colorado Board of Cooperative Educational Services.
In an era where school shootings are too often a part of the daily news, getting accurate information to parents in a timely manner is critical for school officials.
Many Colorado Mountain College students who watched Sunday’s second presidential debate in the campus auditorium said afterward they were unimpressed with the behavior of the candidates.
The Community Committee for Education, or CC4E, is hoping to once again engage the community in discussions about the future of the Steamboat Springs School District.
Understanding the Steamboat Springs School District's budget crunch
With $6.3 billion in funding given to Colorado schools this year alone, some Coloradoans wonder why districts statewide, including Steamboat Springs, need more.