Jenny Castner

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Planning the perfect day

In collaboration with local vendors, the bridal fair allows engaged couples to cover every aspect of planning a wedding with one easy stop.

Colorado Mountain College hooks in to new technology

Putting 'smart' in the classroom

A new "smart" classroom at the local Colorado Mountain College is earning praise from both professors and students.

Hard work and heart

After months of choreographing, rehearsing and planning, the Steamboat Springs High School dancers are ready to showcase their efforts without any help from adults.

Steamboat wins Wells Fargo Cup

Disappointing Rifle's three consecutive year win, Steamboat Springs High School is the new Wells Fargo Cup winner for its demonstration of all-around success for the 1999-2000 school year.

Tips offered for tasty, safe Thanksgiving Day turkeys

With Thanksgiving right around the corner, it is important to know the secrets to preparing the star of the feast. Local chefs offer "Turkey Tips" to help prepare a traditional bird this season. Chefs agree that the key to cooking a great turkey this Thanksgiving is making sure it is tender and not too browned.

High school presents 'Damn Yankees' play

For the first time in the history of theater, the musical production of "Damn Yankees" will debut with a huge plot twist all of the traditional male parts will given to females.

Crossing continents in a day

Steamboat Springs students bring the world home during a 'Taste of Culture'

It is not everyday that France is within walking distance of Germany, and Indonesia is right around the corner. In fact, this rare occurrence only happens once a year, during the Culture Fair at Steamboat Springs High School.

Students get a class full of international tasting

Freshman students at Steamboat Springs High School will travel around the world to literally get a taste of different cultures from 10 am to 1 p.m. today.

Students learn to share hugs, tears and respect

After shedding tears, forgiving enemies and embracing new friends, the eighth-grade class at Steamboat Springs Middle School collectively agreed to stop teasing and hurting each other.

Tests give young students insight into drunkenness

Middle school students got a unique opportunity to see the world through the eyes of a drunk on Monday. "It's helped me be more responsible," said Emma Simmins, an eighth-grader who participated in activities in observance of Red Ribbon Week.

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