Experts have chosen the most popular toys for the holidays
Children's Christmas wish lists will probably have a few of the most popular toys predicted for the 2002 winter season.
Internships offer students on-the-job training
Christian Hogrefe's knowledge of the Internet and business along with his natural curiosity was put to good use during his internship at the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association.
Some of the students involved in an incident at Steamboat Springs Middle School have returned to campus following suspensions, while others remain out of school.
During Cassidy Kurtz's last speech as a 4-H member, she applauded the vision the people of Routt County have shown in growing the county's 4-H program for the last 100 years. "Don't be afraid to try new things," she told those who will follow her in 4-H. "No matter what the outcome is, you are going to benefit."
Having an au pair help care for her three boys is an appealing option for Hillary Singer. Singer is one of six families in Steamboat who has an au pair from the EF Au Pair Program. "If you get someone who works out, it can be the most amazing child-care experience," Singer said.
Students making smarter higher education choices
Senior Savannah Muhme said she realized she was not quite ready to leave the Yampa Valley and could receive the education she was looking for nearby. Muhme will start cosmetology school in January at Colorado Northwestern Community College in Craig.
Forum a springboard to start dialogue
Parent Tim Greene did not want to know the details of the recent incident of sexual misconduct reported at Steamboat Springs Middle School. He wanted to know how to prevent it from happening again.
The South Routt School Board is focused on improving students' achievement in math, reading and writing.
Middle school students try new concepts with program
Steamboat Springs Middle School Principal Tim Bishop said the new middle school concept does not measure students' potential, but rather empowers students to explore new subject areas.
Performance evaluation marks not changed
The Steamboat Springs School Board ruled Friday that Strawberry Park Principal John DeVincentis should receive a salary increase and pay-for-performance bonus but that the unsatisfactory scores he received on his evaluation should not change.