Serina Kidd’s maintained momentum to her strong start to the season Saturday and Sunday, the 17-year old Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club athlete logging two strong results at College Spectacular FIS U races in Loveland.
It was only the first wrestling tournament of the season, but the results for Routt County wrestlers were huge and coaches can only hope it’s a sign of things to come.
The U.S. Nordic combined Ski Team got a jolt Sunday as Bryan Fletcher and Todd Lodwick combined to finish 10th and 11th in Norway.
Steamboat Springs School District was recognized for the fourth straight year as one of the top districts in the state. Three of the districts' schools also received high honors at last week's Colorado Department of Education awards ceremony.
Colorado Gives Day is back for its fourth year running, starting at 12:00 a.m. Tuesday. It is a 24-hour online fundraising event for nonprofit organizations, and this year, 12 Routt County nonprofit groups are participating.
Routt County Search and Rescue was able to pull two lost snowmobilers to safety near Buffalo Pass Sunday morning.
Spend time with Tom Litteral, and you’ll soon discover someone who is passionate about birding and nature in general. The retired park ranger and firefighter, who now serves as a city bus driver, has been able to share his love for feather finding through involvement in Yampa Valley Birding Club, a group he helped begin shortly after he moved to Steamboat 20 years ago.
12:53 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a parking complaint at the corner of Missouri Avenue and Larimer Street. Officers didn't take action.
Here's a recipe for a delicious high fiber breakfast for a cold Colorado morning.
Because so much of the national discussion lately has centered on health, the Affordable Care Act and its troubles, you might think that health insurance is all that matters when it comes to making people healthy. It isn’t. That good health is more than health care was a point I heard many times on my recent Fulbright fellowship visit to Canada, and it’s a topic we don’t talk much about in the U.S.
I received a call last week from a very unhappy home baker. She recently had relocated to Northwest Colorado and made her family’s favorite chocolate cake with miserable results. When she opened the oven, she discovered that it had overflowed the pan, making a mess of her oven and leaving a dense, sunken blob behind.
Yampa Valley Medical Center will celebrate 100 years of hospital heritage with the publication of a history book in 2014, according to a news release.
Fresh, healthier recipes that highlight the taste and nutrients of plant-based holiday dishes were the focus of the “Real Food” presentation at Yampa Valley Medical Center on Dec. 4.
Grady Turner started incoprating healthy food in the classroom when he noticed childhood obesity was on the rise.
The desire to compete in the Olympics is almost a nationwide dream, but for all of us, statistically, those rings never are more than a figment of our imagination. In Steamboat Springs, it’s at least a little different. In Steamboat, athletes and their families have to make difficult decisions, have honest conversations about the chances and ask, “Is it worth it?”