Diane Carter and her running partner, Oscar, who belongs to a neighbor, take a training run along Spring Creek Trail on Wednesday morning. Carter has run in a marathon every year since 2000 and will compete in this year's New York Marathon on Nov. 3. Carter will run in honor of Matt Dudley and plans to donate the money to leukemia research. Dudley, who grew up in Steamboat Springs, was diagnosed in March with acute myelogenous leukemia, a cancer of the blood and bone marrow.
Photo by John F. Russell
Soroco couldn't control the line of scrimmage last week and it lost its first game of the season, falling at home to Rangely. The Rams are hoping to do a better job up front and come up with a different result at home against West Grand on Friday night, when it all will be on the line. A win puts Soroco atop the division and gives it a much better chance at breaking through to the 16-team playoffs. A loss could drop the Rams as far as fourth.
Photo by Joel Reichenberger
Community members check out a new residence at Casey's Pond on Wednesday night. Hundreds of people attended an open house hosted by the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association at the new facility. A grand opening will be held in December.
Photo by Scott Franz