Natural Grocers Nutritional Health Coach Alicia McLeod will host "Smart foods for smart kids" from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Sunday, May 8, at the store, located at 335 Lincoln Ave.
The closer you are to the sun, the more intense the UV radiation you receive, which means living in places such as Steamboat Springs can come with risks.
Date power balls are great for cold weather, because they do not freeze and are portable to take on a bike, hike, or long run.
As one of the first steps of the project, YVMC Foundation has partnered with CCS Fundraising to conduct a philanthropic campaign feasibility and planning study.
When it comes to STDs, adults need to understand the scope of the risk so that they can talk effectively with students about creating their own risk avoidance plans.
The issue of food waste doesn’t start in our refrigerator. It is complex and occurs along every step of the food chain.
Tim Krumrie picked up a football as a freshman at Mondovi High School in Wisconsin and wouldn’t put it down for the next 20 years.
Steamboat Springs embraces national concussion awareness trend
A few years ago, Steamboat Springs High School football coach Lonn Clementson was faced with a choice.
The Steamboat Springs High School boys lacrosse team, ranked No. 6 in the state, lost Saturday on the road against another top-10 team, Valor Christian, No. 7.
The annual Women’s High Tea will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday at the Oak Creek Community Center.
Real estate transactions for April 21 to 27, 2016
The U.S. Department of the Interior approved a court-ordered environmental assessment of operations at Trapper Mine on Friday, allowing it to continue mining federal coal.
Prior to Thursday's regular Oak Creek Town Board meeting, Mayor Nikki Knoebel and three trustees were sworn into office.
The Sailors had no trouble with Delta (3-11), netting a 3-0 win Saturday at Gardner Field that gave Steamboat the season sweep after a 5-1 win on March 19. SSHS used 23 different players against Delta in the rematch, its depth allowing the starters some extra rest before Monday’s trip to Edwards.
The level of public opposition to the Routt County Board of Commissioners’ exploration of the possibility of allowing more rural property within 5 miles of cities and towns to create secondary housing units makes us wonder how committed our community is to creating workforce housing.