ReTree final planting event to take place this Sunday

ReTree Steamboat is in its sixth year and with the Yampa Valley Sustainability's help, it has planted over 23,190 trees and this weekend will be the final planting event for this season.

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Season nears for Steamboat skiers

For top young skiers, the season never really ends. As a part of their ramp up to the coming racing season, a group of Steamboat athletes recently traveled to Colorado Springs.

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Explore’s Top 5 events Oct. 2 to Oct. 4

Not sure what to do this weekend? Explore brings you its top five picks for Saturday's and Sunday's round of events.

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Storm Peak Brewing Co. offers new class

Whether an artist or an aspiring creative,Storm Peak Brewing Co. started a new kind of class earlier this week that combines art and beer for artists of all levels.

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Local artist draws on background to propel her work featured in this month's First Friday Artwalk

Reflecting reality, local artist Sandi Poltorak will be featured at her first gallery exhibit at Ski Town Computing which will be a retrospective collection of her work.

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Annual Mountain Film Festival to kickoff this Friday with newest Teton Gravity Research Film

The 12th annual Steamboat Mountain Film Festival returns Friday kicking off the festival with the newest Teton Gravity Research film, "Paradise Waits."

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Actors share inside scoop on the Chief Theater's Super Fun Steamboat Show

You've seen them around town and in various productions but who are the real characters of these actors in the Chief Theater's Super Fun Steamboat Show off stage? Explore Steamboat found out earlier this week.

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You Heart What You Eat: Blueberry Soup

Packed with nutrients, Tera Johnson Swartz discovers a new recipe for blueberries that "fills you right up."

First Friday Artwalk listings for Oct. 2, 2015

First Friday Artwalk events will take place from 5 to 8 p.m. Oct. 2 in downtown Steamboat Springs.

Community Ag Alliance: Transitions in Steamboat

Steamboat Springs is fortunate to have beautiful landscapes in all seasons. As someone who moved here this summer, I am excited to witness the progression of summer into fall. Nature reminds us seasons are shifting, with the changing colors of the foliage around us, cooling temperatures and shorter days.

Gardening with Deb Babcock: Botanic names are a better way to identify your plants

Plant common names can be confusing, so that's why you're more likely to obtain the exact plant you want when you use the botanic, or scientific, name for it.

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New York Times bestselling author Paula McLain to visit Steamboat Thursday

Transporting readers to Kenya in the 1920s, New York Times bestselling author Paula McLain will be in Steamboat to discuss her newest historical fiction novel "Circling the Sun" based on the story of aviator Beryl Markham.

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High school riders fly to 2nd

The Steamboat Springs high school mountain bike team recorded its top result of the season on Sunday, cruising to a second-place finish in the Haymaker Classic race in Eagle.

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Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School and Camp hires new executive director

The board of directors of the Friends of Perry-Mansfield has named Nancy Engelken of Steamboat Springs as the new executive director for the historic performing arts school and camp.

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Jimmy Westlake: Three defunct star patterns of fall

In 1929, the International Astronomical Union, or the IAU, sat down to weed through the hundreds of constellations that had been invented over the centuries, and when the smoke cleared, 88 star patterns remained.