Yes it's true that jealously is a bad thing. But when you take the time to look at what Steamboat Springs has to offer, it's hard not to be a little jealous of the children in our town who get to grow up in the shadows of Mount Werner.
Longtime local discovers Yule Log on day two of annual search.
This week former Baltimore Raven’s star running back Ray Rice won an appeal of his indefinite suspension for the NFL, and is now free to sign with any team he wants. But hopefully fans will not want to cheer for him, and will not forget what he did off the field.
Cross country skiers in Steamboat Springs have been enjoying the trails at the Steamboat Ski Touring Center for the past few weeks, and soon Haymaker will be added to the list of trails open.
With three older sisters to follow — not to mention her mother and grandmothers — Jessica Rossi doesn’t have to look too far to find strong role models in her life. Now as a senior at Soroco High School in Oak Creek, Jessica has become a role model in her own right.
As a member of the National Honor Society, Sofia Rodriguez is a proven leader in the classroom. She is so excited about the speech and debate team that she has been known to even recruit new members.
There is no issue that Norma Techarukpong is not willing to tackle as a member of Teen Council, and there is nothing she isn’t open to learning about as a student of this world.
Recent Steamboat Springs High School graduate Danny Kramer wasn’t sure what to expect the first time he met Zach Skubiz on the set of a high school production.
Steamboat Mountain School senior Paige Eivins loves to travel, but her choice of destinations might surprise some people.
Billy Kidd's love of skiing is easy to see his passion for he sport is harder to ignore.
Freezing rain may have dampened expectations, but couldn't keep crowds away for the Steamboat Ski Area on Scholarship Day.
Six years after leaving his position as head coach of the Steamboat Springs High School basketball program, Kelly Meek still is teaching the game to young athletes in Western Colorado.
It could be the best dinning experience in Steamboat Springs and would offer people a taste of what our mountain town is all about along with a side of fries.
Cast your vote and watch the game unfold. Maybe I've been covering sports for too long.
The Tour de Steamboat rides raised $72,000 for local causes this year, and organizers already are setting their sights on 2015.
Ski in North Routt County this winter and you might see locals schussing on a new ski underfoot, complete with gray-and-brown beetle-kill topsheets. Far from their Filthy Ski brand name, they’re works of art that are as fun to arc turns on as they are aesthetic.
Steamboat's most recent cold snap is just what snowmakers at the Steamboat Ski Area where hoping for. The first flakes of the year where blown Tuesday morning as the ski area looks forward to opening day.
John F. Russell: It might be the end of the road for high school athletes, but that’s why we have adult leagues
The end is near for many seniors in Routt County, but there are sports after high school.
Looking back it's easy to see Johnny Spillane's accomplishments, but it's the road he traveled that makes his story so special.
Johnny Spillane inducted into Colorado Ski and Snowboarding Hall of Fame after amazing career with U.S. Nordic combined team.
Johnny Spillane's land mark career at a glance.
Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club is hoping Terry Orlick's perspective can give athletes, coaches and parents insight into excellence.
Speaker Terry Orlick brings his perspective to coaches, athletes and parents this week in Steamboat Springs.
This week, longtime Steamboat Springs High School golf coach Steve Dodson announced that he will not be coming back for the 2015 season. But after 11 years as the team's head coach, Dodson leaves behind a legacy of success.
Sailors head coach Steve Dodson broke the news that he will not return as head coach of the Steamboat golf team in 2015.
Nobody wants to plan for the worst-case scenario, but Steamboat Springs attorney Ward Van Scoyk said a little planning in the good times can help ease the stress that comes when a loved one gets sick.
The news that someone you love has cancer can be devastating, but what happens in the hours, days or years that follow can be overwhelming. “We are lucky,” licensed clinical social worker Carol Gordon said. “We have lots of resources right here in Steamboat Spring and that’s great.”
It was May 2013 when Scott Blair and a group of friends were hiking up BC Ski Way ski run for a few late season turns at Steamboat Ski Area. Scott’s wife, Connie Blair, wasn’t with him, but the events that unfolded on the mountain that day changed Scott and Connie’s lives in a matter of minutes.
Normal is no longer a word that Kathy Nerney uses to describe her life, but it’s something she hopes to achieve someday. “I’m just hoping for a normal day,” Kathy said while sitting in her living room with her husband, Kevin, earlier this week. “There is no escape. There is nowhere you can go to get away from this.”
When Amy Wharton was diagnosed with breast cancer in March 2011, she could have asked, “Why me?” But Amy already had seen the impacts of cancer on friends and family, and she knew she was not alone. Instead, she told herself, “Why not me.”
For years I've covered homecoming games from just about every angle on a field, but after I showed up late to Friday night's game I got a whole new perspective as I stood behind the visitors stands.
After more than 100 years away from the streets of Hahn's Peak, a stagecoach arrives to take its place in the town's long and rich western history.
Golf, pool and bowling take center stage this weekend at long-running tournament.
Business trip turns out to be one to remember for local golfer.
The No. 7 hole at the Haymaker Golf Course proved to be a lucky one for a couple of golfers in Steamboat Springs.
Every year he gets the chance to teach some of Steamboat Springs best golfers the game he loves, every afternoon he gets to hang out on the lush green fairways of some of the state's top courses, and Steve Dodson's record as high school golf coach in our town speaks for itself. But I don't envy him.
After a lifetime of serving others in New York City, longtime Steamboat Springs resident Kevin Nerney is battling brain cancer.
Fifty years ago, the founders of the Steamboat Golf Club opened a 9-hole course on the west side of Steamboat Springs. A lot of things have come and gone since then, but the club's survived by filling a need for our community.
After 50 years in Steamboat Springs, local golfers still enjoy the greens and fairways found on the west side of town.
The Steamboat Springs Vintage Auto Races came to an end in 1998, but many locals still have found memories of when the engine's roar dominated our Labor Day holiday.
Colorado Rockies fans will have to wait a least one more season to see the Denver team contend for a World Series title, but last Sunday the town took it's place in baseball history by honoring one of its first big time stars.
City, Arts Council make much needed improvements to Arts Depot thanks to $250,000 grant from historical fund.
The Routt County Fair's dog show offers 4-H members a chance to share the stage with their four-legged friends.
Horse shows highlights the start of the 100th annual Routt County Fair in Hayden.
Jim "Catfish" Hunter was a star on the baseball mound in the 1970s. His actions on the field earned him a perfect game and a place in the Hall of Fame. But what he did off the field inspired those with diabetes to pursue their dreams and to reach for the stars.
For 10 years Steamboat Springs resident Rich Danter has held an event to raise awareness, and money in the battle against prostate cancer.
Division I soccer programs from Colorado State University and the University of Colorado will visit Steamboat Springs next week before heading into the fall season.
Steamboat golfers open season with solid showing in Battlement Mesa
On Tuesday, a glitch in the computer system left hunters across the state, and in Steamboat Springs, waiting for their chance to buy big-game licenses.
Laura Lamun is a lot of things: a successful businesswoman, talented performer and loving wife. She knows what she wants from life and isn’t about to let anything get in her way. In the past 20 years, she’s built a national following and international business that reflects what’s important to her, and more than 120 products that she’s proud to have stamped with the name Little Moon Essentials.