Winter Sports Club skiers got off to a strong start last weekend at a season-opening meet in Montana.
The early returns are good for the Steamboat Springs High School wrestling team. The Sailors opened their season Tuesday night with a win against Summit.
Routt County high school sports kick into gear this weekend as teams head for tournaments and other action.
The wrestling teams of Routt County high schools don’t return with all the experience that they have had in past years, but coaches of the tree area teams are excited and confident nonetheless.
The U.S. Nordic combined Ski Team placed seventh Sunday in a team relay event at the World Cup, capping two days of competition that were hampered by the team's poor jumping.
Steamboat Springs Alpine skier Anna Marno got her first World Cup start Saturday at the Raptor Women’s World Cup at Beaver Creek, but she’s going to have to wait for her first finish.
Haymaker Golf Course will open as a touring center Dec. 20, operated jointly by Steamboat Ski Area and Steamboat Ski Touring Center. The new facility will offer a shop selling and renting gear, lessons and lunch at the Haymaker Patio Grill.
Proposed changes to high school football alignment could mean extra-long road trips for Hayden and Soroco, and the loss of a rival for Steamboat Springs.
There were a multitude of reasons for Thursday morning’s runners to turn out for the fifth annual Turkey Trot in Steamboat Springs.
Were it not for injuries, Steamboat's Anna Marno would have already earned her first World Cup start. On the verge of starting Saturday's super-G in Beaver Creek, however, she isn't worried about what could have been.
The U.S. Snowboard Team, announced Tuesday, is loaded with local talent. It included six Steamboat Springs athletes.
The fifth annual Turkey Trot will begin at 9 a.m. at Steamboat Springs High School and head 4.6 miles into Strawberry Park for an entirely paved out-and-back route.
The Hayden High School girls basketball team already has sustained the bruises that came with last year’s 4-15 campaign. Now it’s up to the Tigers to prove they learned a little something.
The fall high school sports season in Routt County didn’t result in any long playoff pushes, but it did yield plenty of awards for area players. Steamboat Springs, Hayden and Soroco high school athletes littered all-conference lists.
Steamboat Springs graduate Alex Wood will wrap up his football career with the University of Colorado on Saturday as the Buffaloes play host to University of Southern California in Boulder.
Steamboat Ski Area isn’t even open, but Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club skier Serina Kidd already is off to a fast start to the competitive season.
An Olympic medal can’t be lost in December, and it certainly can’t be won. Still, the quest for those medals will define the U.S. Nordic Combined Ski Team's start to the World Cup season.
Steamboat's Lisa Renee Tumminello set a record in the 6-, 12- and 24-Hour Time Trial Championships in Palm Springs, Calif.
Even though it was never an option for Emerald Mountain Park, some are still working to find a home for a disc golf course in Steamboat Springs.
An around-the-world trip was everything Steamboat's Kerry Lofy dreamed, but make no mistake, it didn't scratch an itch that pushes the adventurer to some of the world's most extreme sports.
Steamboat's Sarah Coleman hopes her newest business venture, a destination fitness camp set in Steamboat Springs, is a hit.
It was a "go" and a "go slow" Wednesday night meeting for the Parks and Recreation Commission. The group voted unanimously to endorse a master plan for Emerald Mountain Park while also hearing arguments for and against allowing fat bikes on Howelsen Hill.
The International Mountain Biking Association announced this week that Steamboat Springs will play host in August to the 2014 IMBA World Summit, an event that is expected to bring more than 400 mountain bike riders to town from around the world.
It was a busy weekend for local tennis players, and not just with the in-town city tournament. Fourteen young players from Steamboat traveled during the weekend to tournaments around the country, and they brought back a heap of strong results.
The Steamboat City Championship tennis tournament truly was a melding of the city’s tennis scene, young and old, experienced and otherwise matching up for two days of action at the Tennis Center at Steamboat Springs.
The life transition new Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club Executive Director Jim Boyne went through when he took the job this fall simply is stunning. A lawyer who’d spent his entire life in Chicago, he was the president and chief operating officer of a $30 billion investment firm with reach around the globe.
Kris "Fuzz" Feddersen was 10 years old when he moved to Steamboat Springs with his family from Ohio. He found himself in the middle of a skiing revolution and rode an unstoppable work ethic all the way to the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame.
The Yampa Valley Stream Improvement charitable trust is nearing the end of a major project that will see the Yampa River near Steamboat turned into a trout hot spot.
Faced with a huge challenge to open its season, Steamboat’s U19 girls hockey team met it in winning style during the weekend at the Aspen Fall Face Off tournament.
Steamboat Springs skier Avalena Everard was selected to the All-New England New England Preparatory School Athletic Council Class C Alpine ski team late last month. Everard is a sophomore at The Ethel Walker School in Simsbury, Conn.
A sudden and strong gust of wind sent a private plane about 600 feet off the runway while it was in the process of landing at Yampa Valley Regional Airport on Sunday afternoon. The pilot and passengers all emerged safe.
The annual Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club Ski and Sport Swap is set for Friday and Saturday, and it offers shoppers the chance to score big deals on used gear.
The Sailors took No. 6 Montrose to five games but couldn't pull off the win. That loss helped end Steamboat's season Saturday in the regional tournament.
Nearly 1,000 runners took to the road on Saturday for the Girls on the Run program in Steamboat Springs.
Memories that involve “the earliest,” “the deepest” or “the best” tend to be foggy, but by all accounts, this season of skiing has been great, so far.
The Girls on the Run program wraps up Saturday, with a massive 5-kilometer run that’s expected to draw nearly 1,000 participants.
As usual, the weather has dictated the success of this fall's hunting seasons. This early and heavy snow has provided unique challenges and opportunities for elk and deer hunters in the area.
The Sailors will play their final game of the season at 7 p.m. Friday in Delta.
The job may be easier when high school sports teams are in action, but there's always something refreshing about digging into the sporting personalities that define Steamboat Springs away from prep sports.
10:25 p.m. Officers were called to assist a citizen on the 800 block of Yampa Street. Two roommates were having a dispute about property. Officers advised the caller on how to handle the situation civilly.
You can't always find that turtle with rainbow hair costume your heart is set on so keep your options open if you're preparing for Thursday's Downtown Halloween Stroll that will close Lincoln Avenue.
The Sailors fell to Lutheran on Saturday, 61-7, slipping to 4-5 on the season.
Athletes are turning to Internet crowdfunding sites to help keep their dreams afloat
There's nothing easy about trying to make an Olympic team. There's nothing cheap, either, and that's led some local athletes to set up websites asking for donations to help fund their careers.
The Soroco High School football team lost Friday night in a cross-divisional game, the Rams’ season ending with a 50-8 defeat on the road against Simla.
Emerald Mountain is closed to users until the ground freezes and the snow piles up enough to allow use without damage.
The Huskies continued what’s been an undefeated and rarely challenged run through the league with a three-set victory, 25-20, 27-25, 25-22.
Cycling leaders in Steamboat Springs said the designation as a Ride Center is a key piece of a grass-roots marketing effort and a great sign for a city still building toward Bike Town USA.
The Sailors lost, 3-0, against Denver North in the first round of the state soccer tournament.
The season is ending quickly for area fall sports teams. The Hayden football and volleyball squads, the Soroco volleyball team and the Steamboat soccer, cross-country and tennis teams have wrapped up competition. Now, the teams still battling face a weekend of tall tasks.
The Steamboat Springs composite high school mountain bike team wrapped up its season in fast fashion on Sunday, grabbing a third-place finish in the state championship race in the team’s first year of competing.