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Community Ag Alliance: Grow your own in 2015

It's a little early, yes, but the time to start thinking about the 2015 growing season is right around the corner.

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Tales from the Tread: Celebrate Howelsen Hill's centennial


Howelsen Hill Ski Area is turning 100 years old this year — what a remarkable heritage to celebrate.

LiveWell Northwest Colorado: GO dinners for those on the go

It has been a perfectly good day and then someone asks the dreaded question, “What’s for dinner?" You want to serve a healthy evening meal, but you are tired, hungry and already anticipating post-dinner activities (e.g., sports, homework).

Monday Medical: Resolve to be SMART

We’re five days in. Are you sticking to your New Year’s resolution? If so, you’re in good company. By Day 7, one out of four will abandon their thoughts of change in the New Year.

Thoughtful Parenting: The art of empathy

In child development language, to be attuned means to be in harmony and compassion with the child. Attunement allows the caregiver to know and respond to the child’s emotional state. Some caregivers are so attuned that they can tell from a child’s cry whether he or she is hungry, tired, needs a diaper change or is sick.

Book Review: 5 books to check out for the New Year

We open the New Year with the top 5 books our readers chose for the holidays.

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Eugene Buchanan: A snowmo-er is born

A diehard backcountry skier, Edge, vice president of Backcountry Access, was hitting Rabbit Ears to learn riding tips from pro rider Brett Rasmussen. Did I want to tag along? Of course.

Community Agriculture Alliance: History in the making

Each of us is capable of making an affirmative difference in our world. Our region is proof-positive that good things happen every day because of the vision, determination and labors of our people.

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Sarah Coleman: New Year's resolutions…modified

Around this time of year people are attempting to hone in on a few New Year's resolutions. This week, Sarah Coleman has a few words of advice for those creating a resolution list for 2015.

Crime Prevention Tip of the Week: Beware of your belongings

The Steamboat Springs Police Department has seen a recent rise in thefts of jackets. As of late, thieves have been targeting bars and restaurants taking unattended items containing valuable personal property.

Ciao from Cortina: New Year’s resolutions

Now that 2015 is upon us, I’ve been thinking about what New Year’s resolutions to make (and break) this year.

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Jimmy Westlake: Quadrantid meteors due this weekend

Early risers on the morning of Sunday, Jan. 4 might see as many as 60 meteors per hour before dawn brightens the sky.

Thoughtful Parenting: Dealing with divorce during the holidays

The holidays can be a stressful time, and a recent separation or divorce can make the holiday season even more emotionally challenging.

Healthy Eating: Turkey Tetrazzini

A fabulous way to use leftover holiday turkey, this recipe can be easily doubled and freezes well.

Monday Medical: On the road with the US Ski Team

Living in Steamboat Springs, it’s not uncommon to know a resident traveling the world with the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Team. Ski Town USA has the recognition of producing more winter Olympians than any other town in North America, but having world-class athletic skills are not the only way to become an essential part of the team.