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Steamboat Pilot & Today wins 25 CAPER awards at state contest

The Steamboat Pilot & Today won 25 awards in the Colorado Associated Press Editors and Reporters annual awards contest.

Snowboard racers strong in Germany

Ester Ledecka continues dominating streak

Ester Ledecka, a Steamboat Springs-trained Czech Republic Alpine snowboarder, furthered her success in what’s been a red-hot season on Saturday, winning a parallel giant slalom World Cup event in Sudelfeld, Germany.

Reiter 16th in Austrian World Cup

Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club snowboarder Justin Reiter kept up a strong season last weekend by placing 16th in a World Cup parallel slalom snowboarding event in Bad Gastein, Austria.

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2014 Year in Review: Top 10 sports stories

Year 2014 saw several Steamboat athletes head to the Olympics in Sochi, Russia, and had the town already looking toward the USA Pro Challenge in August 2015 when Steamboat was announced as the host of the first two stages of the race. Here are the Steamboat Pilot & Today's top 10 sports stories of 2014.

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Update: USA Pro Challenge to begin in Steamboat, include two stages

Update: The 2015 Pro Cycling Challenge will include two stages in Steamboat Springs, all of the first stage and the start of the second stage.

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Hanging 'em up: Athletes adjust to life outside competition

When the competitive days are done, moving on can be complex for athletes.

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Locals will perform play about Mozart's life and music

This weekend a play abundant with inspiration and music will be performed at the Depot Art Center. With only a cast of five, the play will highlight Mozart's life and his music.

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Lackluster second half bites Sailors football against Eagle Valley

Steamboat Springs High School football struggled mightily in the second half Friday night at home against Eagle Valley. After Sailors quarterback Zach Holm went down with an injury, the Devils reeled off 19 unanswered points to knock off Steamboat.

Move to Steamboat: Olympian Town USA

Percy Jackson has nothing on Steamboat Springs. While he may be the son of Poseidon, the Yampa Valley and its 100-year-old, world-renowned Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club is parent to more Olympians than any other town in the country.

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Everything you need to know about the Fourth of July fireworks

Wondering where the best spots are to watch the fireworks? We've got you covered and even threw in a few tips for getting around town this weekend.

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Through hardship and triumph, 3 authors bring their work to Steamboat Springs

Inspired by life events, hardships and even triumphs, these three authors brought their craft to Steamboat Springs’ local bookstore.

Our View: Intrawest looking forward

Intrawest didn’t tell us everything we wanted to know during its third-quarter earnings call this week, but the insights CEO Bill Jensen chose to share were enough to encourage us that the company’s recent stock offering, while modest in the amount of money it raised, will be used well.

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US Rep. Scott Tipton visits Steamboat, Craig to discuss issues facing Northwest Colorado

U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., made his way through the Yampa Valley on Monday, as part of his Colorado tour, to learn more about the issues facing the state and to share his plans in Congress. Tipton stopped in Steamboat Springs on Monday to discuss small business with F.M. Light & Sons and later hosted a town hall meeting in Craig.

Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club snowboarding results from the 2014 USASA National Championships

Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club snowboarding results from the 2014 USASA National Championships

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Steamboat snowboarders reap big rewards at nationals

The season went out with a huge bang for Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club snowboarders, who tallied seven championship finishes, 26 total podiums and 24 more top-10 showings last week at the USASA National Championships at Copper Mountain.

Steamboat Olympians rub elbows at White House

Team USA's post-Olympics trip to the White House offered a handful of Steamboat Springs athletes an experience they'll never forget.

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Finding a new angle: Increasing popularity of GoPro cameras creates new ability to share experiences

It all started with a strap. Back in 2001, Nicholas Woodman, the founder and CEO of GoPro, came up with the idea for a strap that would hold a disposable camera in a way that would allow him to take photographs of himself while he surfed in Australia.

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Failed negotiations lead to trials, with mixed success in Colorado's 14th Judicial District

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?

John F. Russell: Alpine snowboarder's stories make them worth cheering for

Athletes stories, and their Olympic dreams is one of the reasons they are worth cheering for during the games.

Steamboat's 18-win season comes to an end at No. 2 Sand Creek

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.