For the past two years Charlie and Gail Holthausen's dragon has been a main attraction for a number of events including the Fourth of July parade, Merry Main Street and Halloween. But on Sunday Steamboat's most famous dragon will be up for sale, and it's creator is hoping the dragon will find a buyer close to home.
The regional golf tournament will take place in Steamboat Springs this week, marking the beginning of the best part of the high school sports season.
The artists at this year's Colorado Art Ranch each bring a unique view of art, nature and the world we live in to the Yampa Valley. But chances are when they return home, Northwest Colorado will have expanded their views as well.
The top golfers on the Steamboat Springs High School golf team were noticeably missing for the final regular season tournaments of the season but plan to be back in the swing for next week's regional tournament in Steamboat Springs.
On Monday police quickly brought an end to a situation in the Walmart parking lot with a man who had threatened to harm himself.
Brady may have won in the court of law, but New England Patriot fans will always have to live with team's bad reputation.
Ice skating programs have returned to the ice at the Howelsen Hill Ice Arena.
Local hockey sensation Ryan Dingle has taken his talents to the University of Denver, to the National Hockey League farm system and now to Europe. The one thing that has always remained strong is his love of the game and his ability to stay of the ice.
VIntage and modern planes will fill the sky above Steamboat Springs this weekend as the Wild West Air Fest fuels Labor Day festivities in Ski Town USA.
The list of things I wanted to do this summer is way too long, but the good news is that another summer is always just around the corner.
Just a few years ago, the only sound you might hear coming from the Hayden Speedway on a Saturday night would be the wind rattling the old metal bleachers. But things have changed, and the roar of the engine and the crowd has returned to the once forgotten track.
Tracy Bye’s commitment to wildlife rehabilitation led her to open a center near Steamboat Springs
There is love in Tracy Bye’s voice as she prepares specially formulated bottles in the kitchen sink of her home just outside of Steamboat Springs. As she talks, she describes the animals she has saved, the ones she has lost and the ones she is caring for now at the Born Free Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, which is located just a few steps outside her back door.
Back in 1989, Colorado Department of Wildlife officer Jim Hicks started coming into Tracy Bye’s Soda Creek Elementary School classroom to talk with students about animal tracks.
You can find many of Born Free’s most heartwarming stories on the center’s website — wildlife-rehabilitation.com — under the tab “Stories From the Heart.” There you can read about Bee, a hummingbird who came to the wildlife center after the nest she was in blew off its perch on a satellite dish, or the story of Sailor, a golden eagle found dehydrated near Maybell.
On Monday, I covered my second USA Pro Challenge in Steamboat Springs, and thanks to a BMW motorcycle, I had a front row seat for all the heart-stopping action.
Mountain Pine Manufacturing President Trent Jones smiled Friday morning as crews applied wood straw to the hillside of a nearly complete project along Routt County Road 33. He has bought into the product his company has produced for more than 5 years, and now for the first time he was getting to see it used in his own backyard.
Friday night's demolition derby thrilled a packed house at the Routt County Fairgrounds in Hayden and reminded me that a good time can almost always be found at the track.
Coming to terms may be the best way to understand the USA Pro Cycling Challenge.
Program introduces young 4-H members to what it takes to care for a horse.
Girl hopes to honor her horse with first place showing in showmanship at Routt County Fair.
For years I've believed that buy the best would make me the best on the playing field. But after switching to wood bats a few years ago I've discovered that the equipment doesn't always make the game more fun.
Children in Steamboat Springs, Hayden and Oak Creek are busy getting livestock ready for the annual Routt County Fair, but local 4-H officials say the fair is not all about the animals.
After spending most of my life in the City I have to admit that it's taken me years to learn to appreciate the Routt County Fair and what our local agriculture community brings to life in my home town.
Growing up in a community like Steamboat Springs provides plenty of opportunities and teaches our children to follow them.
Don't yell her name, don't yell out of the refs and I still don't understand all the rules that go along with being a parent.
Sixteen years ago, the Rally for the Valley was quietly introduced by a small group of women who wanted to give back to the community; now it's the community that has stepped up to keep the tournament going.
Sixteen years after the Rally in the Valley started as a small grass-roots event at the Steamboat Golf Club west of Steamboat Springs the event has been reborn thanks to the staff at the Rollingstone Ranch Golf Club.
The new director of golf at the Rollingstone Ranch Golf Club has stepped up to offer long running golf tournament new life.
The U.S. Women's soccer team has earned its place in our Fourth of July celebration.
For many of the people I have covered the game is a past time, a thing that grabs our attention for a few hours and then passes with the seasons. A few of the people I've covered have taken the game to new levels and for them it's not just about the score at the end of the day, but the passion we all fell for the game.
Professional hockey player Ryan Dingle has moved to places around the world to pursue his love of the game, but that hasn't stopped him from realizing that home will always be tucked away in the mountains of Northwest Colorado in a place known as Ski Town USA.
Ryan Dingle's Elite Hockey Training camp posts summer schedule.
I should give up the game of softball, but what fun would that be.
Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club Executive Director, Jim Boyne said effort to build the new SSWSC-Stevens' Family Alpine Venue comes from the community within, and outside the club.
Spencer Petersen becomes the fourth winner of the Steamboat Springs Junior Golf Association's annual scholarship earning $2,000 he knows will be helpful in his pursuit of a college degree.
Summer is filled with opportunities for children in Steamboat Springs.
Steamboat Springs Legion baseball team splits double header in Summit County.
The Steamboat Storm, a new collegiate level baseball team that will represent Steamboat Springs this summer, is slated to open play next month, as players continue to look for homes in the community.
High Altitude Basketball Camp offers young players a chance to develop a strong foundation grounded in basic skills.
In a town where a skier's success is often measured by an Olympic-sized yardstick, many skiers are proving there is more than one way to bring home a trophy.
The U.S. Ski team released nominations for the 2015-16 season last week, and several Steamboat Springs athletes were among those who will be representing our country next winter.
Local professional optimistic that two new junior programs this summer will drive young golfers to area courses.
For the past four years, the recognition that goes to the Nordic Combined Skier of the Year has been awarded to an athlete with the last name Fletcher. This year was no different as Bryan Fletcher collected his second skier of the year honor to pull even with brother, Taylor.
Three former Steamboat Springs Sailors played a role in the University of Colorado's club lacrosse team's run at a second national title this season. On Sunday, the team was heartbroken as Grand Canyon University topped the Buffaloes in a 9-8 contest. for all the marbles.
Steamboat Springs freshman makes road to state finals look easy, and makes those who watched realize just how special winning a title really is.
Cheerleading team hoping to raise money for scholarships during sixth annual showcase.
Steamboat's freshman phenom rallies to win Sailors' first state title since 2009
Steamboat Springs freshman Tatum Burger topped St. Mary Academy's Alex Weil Wednesday morning in Pueblo to bring home the Sailors' first state title since 2009.
Steamboat Springs freshman Tatum Burger will be hoping to land the No. 1 singles title on the final day of the 4A Colorado State High School Tennis Championships.
It was a day that started with so much promise, but as the second round of the 4A Colorado State High School tennis tournament drew to a close late Monday afternoon, it was apparent that only one Steamboat Springs High School player would have a shot at winning a title this year.
Sailor Luau gives student athletes a chance to give back, thank the community.