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., and is new to Steamboat Springs. In his downtime, he enjoys traveling, hiking, college football and any fitness-related activity.
The Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club cross-country skiers wrapped up Junior Nationals during the weekend while the freestyle team looks toward its championships in April.
Northwest Colorado Board of Cooperative Educational Services Executive Director is settling into her first year guiding her staff and adjusting for the future.
The Northwest Colorado Board of Cooperative Educational Services will split its lone special education director role into two separate positions next school year to help facilitate the cooperative's large geographical area.
South Routt School District Superintendent Scott Mader will not live out the final year of his contract and instead will resign when the 2013-14 school year is complete.
Applications are due on March 17 for community members interested in having direct input to Hayden School District's ongoing superintendent hiring process.
Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball junior Matthew Lanning was recognized earlier this week as a 4A Western Slope honorable all-league performer.
The Steamboat Springs High School boys lacrosse season begins Saturday at Glenwood Springs under first-year coach Jay Lattimore.
Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball's two seniors Carter Kounovsky and Zach Dunklin garnered first-team All-Western Slope League honors Tuesday.
On Feb. 10, the majority of Colorado schools districts' superintendents penned a letter to Gov. John Hickenlooper and the General Assembly requesting $275 million for public schools.
Local hockey players will have their chance to play with and against former NHLers in a Detroit Red Wings alumni charity game planned for March at Howelsen Ice Arena to benefit the Steamboat Springs Youth Hockey Association.