Snow showers obscure Hahn's Peak on Saturday in North Routt County. More snow is in the forecast for Steamboat Springs and the Yampa Valley this week.
Photo by Scott Franz
Spell-Bound team of Katy McCombs (mother of Kaiya & Keely McCombs), Kaiya McCombs, Greg Olson (Katy's father & Kaiya's grandpa). Keely won youngest speller; Spell Chicks won second for costumes. Submitted by: Margo McCombs
Spell Chicks team of Nadeen Olson (grandma of Keely McCombs), Keely McCombs, Margo McCombs (grandma of Keely) participated in the Spelling Bee on Saturday. Submitted by: Margo McCombs
A Steamboat Springs Transit bus drives through the fog on Saturday morning. Submitted by: Dustin Stratton
Four Points Hut's last day. Submitted by: Dan Kuechenmeister
Maddox Kaleikini enjoying Saturday afternoon with his horse Ollie. Submitted by: Brittney Kaleikini
The High Altitude Basketball team — composed of players from the Steamboat Springs High School boys team — swept the Laramie Youth Basketball Tournament on Saturday, winning both the A and B divisions of the tournament.
Yampa Valley Medical Center has been working with the Reaching Everyone Preventing Suicide on the Suicide Prevention Advocates program at the hospital. YVMC’s Director of Emergency and Trauma Services Paula Golden, left, and Chief Nursing Officer Marie Timlin say the program has been a valuable resource for patients. REPS recently was given a $10,250 grant from the Yampa Valley Community Foundation, and REPS Executive Director Ronna Autrey said the funds will be used to train more volunteers for the Suicide Prevention Advocates program.
Photo by Matt Stensland