Ben Ingersoll is the sports and education reporter for the Steamboat Pilot & Today where he began work in September 2013.
Ben has his Bachelor of Arts in mass communication and journalism from Fresno State. Before starting at the Pilot & Today, he served as a sports reporter for the Fowler Ensign as well as sports editor and editor in chief of Fresno State's student newspaper, The Collegian.
Ben is originally from Shasta Lake, Calif. In his downtime, he enjoys traveling, hiking, college football and any fitness-related activity.
Steamboat Springs High School hockey is in a bit of a rebuilding stage after graduating 10 seniors from the 2013-14 team. If the Sailors are going to make it back to the state playoffs, they'll have to do it with a young squad and a new coach.
Popular ski and snowboard filmmaker Warren Miller Entertainment produced its 65th film "No Turning Back" this season and will be shown in Steamboat Springs for the first time Friday and Saturday at the Chief Theater.
Stagestop 1 LLC, a proposed retail marijuana business in Oak Creek, swiftly passed through the Planning Commission at Wednesday night's meeting and is one Town Board approval away from being the first of its kind in town.
Routt County fall season athletes were well represented on their respective all-league teams, which were announced to players at their banquets this week.
The annual Steamboat City Singles and Doubles Tennis Championships drew a pool of young and old over the weekend, pinning up-and-coming youths against some seasoned veterans in competitions that didn't disappoint for either side.
Steamboat Springs High School freshman Paige VanArsdale has had to overcome more debilitating obstacles than most athletes her age. But the 15-year-old is learning to love competition on a rebuilt leg that set her back for 13 years.
Ant's Organic, a proposed marijuana cultivation facility in Oak Creek, got board approval Thursday night to move toward the construction phase of its business.
South Routt School District receives $60,360 grant from marijuana tax revenue to hire health care professional
Eleven school districts across the state, including South Routt School District, received nearly $1 million in grant funding Wednesday set aside by the legislature from marijuana tax revenue to be dedicated to addressing health care professional needs in Colorado schools.
For 30 years, Outdoor Buddies has helped disabled Americans from across the country live out their Colorado hunting dreams. When World War II veteran and Pearl Harbor survivor Roy Bennett got his bull elk kill Nov. 4, it proved to be a hunting trip of a lifetime.
The Oak Creek Town Board is holding a public hearing Thursday night regarding the Planning Commission's recommendation to approve a land use change for Ant's Organic, a marijuana cultivation facility proposed to be built on Arthur Avenue.