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Nine months into his first elected term as district attorney, Brett Barkey put defense attorneys on notice that felony plea deals would no longer be bargains. Local defense attorneys took Barkey’s comments to mean one thing. With non-negotiable plea offers that mandated years in prison, more cases were going to trial. But how many trials had the DA’s office actually won?
Athletes stories, and their Olympic dreams is one of the reasons they are worth cheering for during the games.
It was a season that produced 18 wins and a second-round state playoff contest, but Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball couldn’t overcome Friday night’s road test at No. 2-seed Sand Creek.
People always wonder why we’re here — at first, anyway. They’re surprised we sent one reporter and even more so that we sent two. In some sense, it seems important to the brand, the paper’s and Steamboat’s, to have Ski Town USA staff the Olympics. If you’d asked me in January before we left, I’d have said, “We can cover our local athletes better than anyone else.”
Photographing the Olympics is both the easiest and hardest of assignments.
Our best event was the U.S. men's hockey game against Russia. Our best night out involved a member of the U.S. halfpipe snowboard team and the stupidest thing I did involved losing something important on the first day of the Olympics. Here's my list of the best and worst of covering the Olympics.
Vic Wild, once a SSWSC member, took his newfound country by storm by winning his second Alpine snowboarding gold medal.
Justin Reiter didn’t come to the Olympics with a dream. The Olympics was the dream, but even if his visions weren’t dependent on gold and glory, they didn’t include misses in both of his events.
After 18 days in Russia, things have finally started to make sense.
The financial-sector hurdles that arise from the disconnect between state decriminalization and the list of federal Schedule I substances have stymied owners of marijuana-related businesses across the state.
The rodeo grounds are poised for a makeover, Routt County commissioners signed onto a letter supporting new oil and gas rules and Sarah Floyd will receive the Hazie Werner Award for Excellence.
Steamboat Springs Alpine snowboarder Justin Reiter struggled with the hard snow Wednesday and couldn't make it out of the prelims.
Former Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club member Vic Wild earned his Russian citizenship two years ago. Wednesday he earned a gold medal for the host nation.
There's a communal spirit that defines these Olympics. We all feel part of them, and Friday night's opening ceremony celebrated that fact.
Intrawest’s initial public offering continued its downward slide Friday during its first day of public trading.
Give Colorado Mountain College instructor Cody Perry just a few hours of your time, and you’ll never look at snow the same. I know I don’t.
For many young athletes the road to Sochi marks the end of a journey, and the chance to tell their stories
For weekend skiers and riders who aren’t making the trip, Saturday’s event may be the best chance they get to photograph themselves with an Olympic hero and share it with the world through social media.
Steamboat Springs snowboarder Justin Reiter finally reaches his goal of being named to Olympic team.
Top 10 stories of 2013
The Steamboat Pilot & Today's top 10 stories of 2013.