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Good to be the Chief: Becoming the Chief

The history of the historic downtown building

The history of the downtown building

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Gold 4th as Chloe Kim wins the day at X Games

Arielle Gold finished fourth in a wild women's superpipe finals at X Games in Aspen as 14-year old Chloe Kim won the competition to become the youngest-ever X Games gold medal winner.

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Steamboat's Nik Baden 9th in slope-style

Competing in his first X Games, 17-year-old Nik Baden just missed finals, finishing ninth Friday in the men's snowboard slope-style competition in Aspen.

Bed and breakfast planned for historic ranch on the Yampa River just north of Hayden town limits

Ryan and Rachel Wattles would host as many as eight people at a time in the guest house and as many as 10 special events — like wedding and family reunions — per year. No amplified music will be allowed.

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Gold just short at X Games

Taylor Gold came just short at the X Games, missing the finals in the men's super-pipe event.

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The Bock’s Office: ‘Paddington’ a tale with lots of warm fuzzies

Winnie the Pooh had his honey, but the star of “Paddington” is addicted to a different substance in his cinematic escapades. Even so, the bear of very little brains isn’t the only one who can give us a sweet story.

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Renowned jazz musicians to perform in Steamboat on Friday

Friday will be a night of jazz at the Chief Theater. Welcoming Colorado singers Carol Frazier and Brian Hull with a group talented musicians Frazier calls the 'Jazz Cats.'

Community Agriculture Alliance: Recent land purchase will positively impact Yampa Watershed health

The U.S. Forest Service has the privilege of managing public lands for multi-use, and a key indicator as to the overall condition of those lands is the health of the watersheds on National Forest. Watershed health has many public benefits, including importance for drinking water, agriculture and recreation, to name a few.

Steamboat Winter Sports Club snowboarders pile up podiums

Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club snowboarders climbed the podium 29 different times racing Saturday at a pair of alpine snowboard races at Copper Mountain. Ten of those trips were to the top, first place finishes in the giant slalom and slalom races.

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Denver blues rock group in town this weekend

On Saturday, the blue rock group known as the Michael Hornbuckle Band will be in Steamboat for a show at Schmiggity's with a new repertoire of songs.

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Steamboat Springs High School's Dance Showcase will take place this weekend

Entirely student run, this year's 19th annual Dance Showcase will start at 7 p.m. tonight in the high school auditorium. With new choreographers and dancers, the show will have a new take on the 17 dance pieces.

X Games the target for Steamboat athletes

The X Games are just different, Arielle Gold said. They're bigger, louder and more fun, and she's among a handful of Steamboat athletes hoping to score big in the annual ESPN winter sports event, which begins this week.

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Jimmy Westlake: Explore the Pleiades and Comet Lovejoy this week

High overhead as darkness falls on cold January evenings is a tiny cluster of stars that is often mistaken for the Little Dipper. Although it does have a dipper shape, with a tiny little bowl and a tiny little handle, its real name is the Pleiades star cluster.

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Making every run count

Steamboat snowboarder faster than ever after life-threatening medical troubles

After a brush with death, Steamboat Springs snowboarder Aaron Muss is riding better than he ever has.

Community Agriculture Alliance: Succession planning

The statistics are frightening around the success of transitioning businesses. Today there are 12 million small businesses in America.

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