Without the original vision of a group of small-town doctors 100 years ago, YVMC may have never become what it is today.
Christmas Eve and Christmas Day services across Routt County.
For more than 50 years, Steamboat Springs resident Margrit has played tug-o-war with cigarettes. She’s repeatedly quit smoking, only to be pulled back into the habit while coping with stress.
Registration now is open for a 10-part nonprofit education series sponsored by the Northwest Rural Philanthropy Days interim steering committee. “Part 1: Strategic Planning” will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Jan. 27 in Steamboat Springs, and “Part 2: Board Development” will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Craig. Maria Fabula, CEO of the Community Resource Center, will be the presenter at both classes.
We think it’s good news that the Steamboat Springs City Council is receiving blowback about cost-cutting measures this winter that have resulted in changes and reductions in Steamboat Springs Transit routes.
Robi Powers scored 17 points, sinking his first five 3-point shots on Saturday to lead the Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball team to an easy win against Eagle Valley, 69-33.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls basketball team struggled on the road Saturday, falling, 44-23, against Eagle Valley.
Surefoot Holiday Classic slalom results
The Steamboat hockey team couldn't hang with Lewis-Palmer on Saturday, falling 7-2 and to an 0-8 record.
The Soroco High School boys basketball team is 5-2 this season after a 14-point victory versus winless South Park on Saturday evening.
Hayden High School wrestling just barely beat out Steamboat Springs for first place at Saturday's West Grand Tournament in Kremmling.
Nick Veth led the way for Steamboat skiers Saturday, winning the men's race as the three-day Holiday Classic kicked off at Howelsen Hill.
Real estate transactions for December 12 to 17, 2014
Soroco High School girls basketball overwhelmed visiting South Park in the final 24 minutes in the Rams' home-opening victory. Soroco also set a new single-game school scoring record along the way.
The assessment led by economist Richard Wobbekind concludes that in terms of job growth, 2013, 2014 and 2015 will "be the three best years for the state since the start of the century."