Primal Birthing: The Art of Childbirth, an intense two-day childbirth and breast-feeding education class, is being offered from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dec. 12 and 13.
With one son in fourth grade and another in eighth grade, we are closely following the debate about the high school bond issue. Reading the Sept. 29 front page article about that topic, we were struck by the following three facts.
Yampa Valley Medical Center and the Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association are teaming up to conduct a community health needs assessment this fall.
A unique exhibit called Breaking Silence is at Colorado Mountain College for the week and aims to start a dialogue about domestic violence and sexual assault.
12:27 a.m. Officers were called to a report of a fight at a bar in the 600 block of Lincoln Avenue.
Community members looking to learn more information about candidates running for the Steamboat Springs School Board or City Council can do so during a two-part election forum kicking off Wednesday night.
Ever have a parent tell you to “eat everything on your plate because there are starving children in Africa?” I want to explain the reality of that statement in two parts.
A host of physical health problems — primarily neck and spine related — had plagued Steamboat Springs resident Michael Gilbert for 20 years when he began searching for a neurosurgeon to set him straight.
It is nothing new for teens to test limits; pushing their parents’ boundaries is practically a given during the teen years and part of learning how to be independent. However, it is extremely important that teens do have set parameters, that they know they are responsible for their actions, and that those actions have consequences.
October means falling leaves, apple cider and the color pink everywhere you look. This year, Yampa Valley Medical Center wants to spur women to get their annual mammograms with a little extra incentive: boots.
A lighter version of a traditional pound cake … unbelievably good!
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The state of Colorado owes its taxpayers a refund, and the first Tuesday in November, those same taxpayers will tell the state how they’d like to receive that refund — as a little cash now, or as a substantially larger return on a collective investment in the future.
Steamboat Springs resident and former NFL coach Tim Krumrie has joined CereScan, a leading brain-imaging company that specializes in the detection of traumatic brain injuries.