One of the first behaviors we teach in dog training class is the “name game.”
A few years ago, the world learned to enjoy the snow and ice in a new way with “Frozen.” Not that there was much difficulty of losing the love for it, but the tropics gets the same adoring treatment in “Moana.”
Another phase in keeping quality care close to home has begun: Yampa Valley Medical Center is announcing the official opening of its new Outpatient Pavilion.
What can you do if your child is struggling with a behavior or mood problem? The starting place in helping them is to determine whether the problem is simply a normal adjustment reaction to a stressful situation.
This week, we are highlighting some of our favorite children’s books that will expand the mind and the heart of your young reader.
With about a decade of magic behind us, it seems like moviegoers wouldn’t be impressed by much. Yet, the scaly, slimy, feathery, clawed and horned denizens of hammerspace within “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” show it’s still possible to be amazed.
My mother sometimes asked her children to express gratitude for something meaningful before they indulged their Thanksgiving appetites. If I had mentioned my gratitude for the raisins she put in her homemade cinnamon rolls, she would have looked at me with disapproval. But, to me, a cinnamon roll without raisins wasn’t worth chewing. I know many folks disagree, but I’ve never met a raisin I didn’t like, and I’m grateful for them.
Strings Music Festival and the Steamboat Symphony Orchestra are excited to begin a new adventure together starting in 2017.
Adopting a rescue dog is often controlled by our heart rather than our brain.
"Who isn’t glad for Thanksgiving Day? We Americans relish this special day of family, friends and gastronomic delight." — Marc C. Smith
Nestled between the constellations of Andromeda, Perseus and Pisces is a curious little trio of stellar triangles, visible on crisp November evenings. Each triangle has an interesting history all its own.
Thanksgiving is one of my favorite times of year, but each time I see the first sign in the grocery store encouraging customers to pre-order their Thanksgiving turkey, I’m surprised. Where has the past year gone? It can’t be time for Thanksgiving again, can it?
Think you have flu? This year, you can know for sure.
There is no other job in which you receive so much unsolicited advice as parenting. The noise of this advice, combined with your own internal uncertainty, creates endless doubt.
“Inherit the Bones” is a smart, compelling detective mystery set in Cedar Valley, a fictionalized mountain town in Colorado. Think of Cedar Valley as Steamboat Springs: a close-knit, quiet, safe community. The town rarely endures collective tragedy, but when it does, the events shock the community to the core.