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Passion, heart, seniors can drive Hayden girls

Hayden girls basketball coach Michelle Wilkie has seen her team fight with all it has. She's hoping she can take that passion and turn it into wins on the basketball court.

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Short on height, Soroco girls hope to be long on wins

They’ll look different — think shorter — and play different — think faster — but the Soroco High School girls basketball team hopes to generate the same level of success it’s had in recent seasons.

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Hayden cowboy picks up win in Tulsa, hopes for continued success in Las Vegas

Junior cowboys learned about life, and sport as while making the journey down rodeo road.

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Trotting through the snow

More than 400 make 5K Thanksgiving trek

There were plenty of excuses to skip Thursday morning’s Turkey Trot 5-kilometer run in Steamboat Springs, starting with the snow that came overnight to cover the course. Few used them as the event drew a record crowd.

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Trio of Steamboat skiers set to soar

World champs, Olympic preview on schedule for 2016-17 NC season

It was dark but warm Wednesday in Ruka, Finland, where a trio of Steamboat Springs skiers will make up the U.S. team Saturday when the World Cup Nordic combined circuit jumps off in Ruka, Finland.

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Scholarship Day skiers rewarded with blue skies, carve-able manmade snow at Steamboat Ski Area

Carving before the turkey's in the oven

Scholarship Day skiers and riders at Steamboat were rewarded with blue skies and carve-able manmade snow, and 100 early birds went home with a T-shirt too.

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Behind the Gold: Her day to win

The Audi FIS World Cup returns to New England for the first time in over 25 years with races at Killington, Vermont. A quarter century ago, a 19-year-old Maine native made history winning the World Cup Finals giant slalom at Waterville Valley, New Hampshire. This week’s Behind the Gold explores Julie Parisien’s story.

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Steamboat Springs motorcycle racers overcome challenges, complete Baja 1000

A group of off-road motorcycle racers overcame 830 miles worth of challenges last weekend en route to placing fourth in their division at the 2016 SCORE Baja 1000.

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Turkey Trot gives runners a chance to build up an appetite

Annual holiday run helps athletes build up an appetite before sitting down to eat at Thanksgiving feast.

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Steamboat Sailors coach hoping Red White game becomes holiday tradition

Sailors boys basketball coach Michael Vandahl is hoping to build the Red White game into a holiday hardwood tradition.

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On again, off again: Off the U.S. Ski Team, a pair of local moguls skiers are still in on their sport

Steamboat Springs skiers Lane Stoltzner and Sophia Schwartz were dropped from the U.S. Ski Team in the spring. They haven't let a little thing like that get in the way of their pursuit of their freestyle skiing dreams.

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Hayden prepares for Turkey Day

Hayden residents were earning their turkey next week with the second annual Turkey Trot on Saturday at Dry Creek Park.

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Hayden cowboys head to Tulsa this weekend for Heartland Youth Bareback Riding Championships

Young cowboys follow love of rodeo to Tulsa where they will take a shot at glory in the Heartland Youth Bareback Riding Championships

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Steamboat Ski Area on track for opening day despite warm November temperatures

Steamboat Ski Area officials ae still hoping for cool temperatures and snow, but they are confident next Wednesday's opening will happen.

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Steamboat Springs hockey team ready to heat up the ice this season

In a few short weeks, the Steamboat Springs High School Hockey team will open a new season, with a new coach. But coaches and players insist they will take the ice with the same winning attitude