Steamboat Springs High School construction students have broken ground on a new outdoor classroom to replace a defunct structure that was used by classes in the past.
According to national news reports, debt-saddled Sports Authority is now considering closing all 467 of its stores after abandoning a plan to reorganize under Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
Artists of the Circle 7 Fine Art Gallery no longer have their work at the 1009 Lincoln Ave. location.
The national festival promoter, Howard Alan Events, will return to Colorado this summer with five juried art shows, including the Yampa River Fine Art Stroll in August.
This weekend, the third annual Home & Garden Expo will kickoff the spring planting season with advice from local garden experts and showcase local vendors.
Tickets are now on sale for the Hayden Heritage Center's summer events that aim to raise funds for the museum's expansion project.
This week, Explore's food contributor Tera Johnson-Swartz shares a recipe that is easy to make and loaded with protein and vitamins.
It is the time of year when nearby ranches are branding the new crop of calves. It is a celebration of a successful calving season, a time-worthy tradition and a labor-intensive day filled with help from family and friends. Why do we do it?
Melissa Requist will pack up her flute and head to the University of Arizona, where she’ll join the Fred Fox School of Music, while classmate Jenna Kramer will take her violin to the University of Colorado at Boulder, where she will study at the school’s College of Music.
Sick of wilted boxed salad greens and bunches of kale that are past their prime? One of the many things Yampa Valley gardeners have going for us is our cool climate — perfect for cool-season crops and especially greens of all kinds.
The Spring Diamond asterism, also called the Virgin’s Diamond, is marked at its corners by four of the brightest stars sparkling in the spring sky: Arcturus, Spica, Cor Caroli, and Denebola.
Twenty years after a serious skiing accident, Craig Kennedy occasionally looks back but keeps moving forward.
We all eat. Unfortunately, we all throw away food. Every year, 40 percent of food produced in the United States is thrown away. When one in eight Colorado residents are food insecure, there needs to be more awareness about how food waste can be diverted to the people who need it. Food waste has major environmental, social and economic implications.
The Steamboat Springs Arts Council must do about two years of work in 30 days and needs the support of the community to complete the application process for becoming a Colorado Creative District.
Though mud season is a slow time for most, there's still plenty to look forward to in the spring. The following is Explore Steamboat's top picks for what's coming up the next few months.