More than 400 babies were welcomed into the world at the Yampa Valley Medical Center last year, and Tracie Line is developing a better way to measure just how healthy they are before they are able to go home.
Susan Shoemaker can do anything. That’s the opinion of longtime friend and local Barb Shipley, who refers to Susan as a one-of-a-kind Renaissance woman.
Some people seek adventure by jumping out of planes or skiing down the face of a cliff, but Lynne Romeo believes adventure is found in everyday life. “This is just another adventure,” she said about opening Ciao Gelato six months ago.
Whether it’s creating a business or restoring his 1974 Toyota Land Cruiser, Ben Saari is at home when he is building. “It seems like I’ve always had a wrench in my hand,” Ben said.
In a quest to meet his goal of biking to work for 200 days this year, it was not unusual to see Mark Satkiewicz blazing down Fish Creek Falls Road in February on his bike wearing a snowboard helmet and goggles.
Ah, fate. Had it not been for an early-’70s promotional film — “Steamboat, We Like it Here” — Mix and Karen Beauvais might never have gotten together. More than three decades later, they are virtually inseparable.
As Eddie Keiser picked at a muffin on a sun-soaked June morning, it was hard to take the smile off the self-made man. His skin was tan, his hands were calloused, and here was a man thinking about his last eight years in Steamboat Springs.
The North Routt Community Charter School’s inaugural class of kindergartners graduated from the eighth grade in May. Without Shaunna Watterson, the students may not have had the chance.
Project 1 vote away from defeat in City Council on Tuesday
Steamboat 700 came within one vote of defeat Tuesday, but Principal and Project Manager Danny Mulcahy said he was encouraged by the outcome and remains confident moving forward.
It wasn't surprising that Pio Utu was oblivious to the hundreds of people walking into Kelly Meek Gymnasium at Steamboat Springs High School on Tuesday. It also wasn't surprising Utu had no idea he'd won the 9Who Care Award for December from 9 News. No, Utu was busy doing the same thing he's been doing the past 25 years. While everyone was filing into the gymnasium to honor him, Utu helped a group of 15 student-athletes train.
In 1965, Lynn Rich met her future husband. But she didn't pick him up. Her mother did.
Constantly in search of new challenges, two summers ago Dr. Dan Smilkstein found himself climbing a 19,785-foot mountain in the Peruvian Andes.
There are so many books to be read, Epilogue Book Co. owner Erica Fogue said, sitting in the tiny office above her Lincoln Avenue storefront.
Before she came to Steamboat Springs, local art gallery owner Kimberly Saari was headed for the big city. Things didn't work out the way she planned.
Leyda Perez hopped down from the massive black pickup, hustling 5-year-old Bianca and 11-year-old Jonathan into the house. She pulled off her sunglasses and smiled, extending her hand.