Two Soroco High School wrestlers and five Hayden High School wrestlers are headed to the Colorado High School State Wrestling Championships, which begin Thursday in Denver.
It's hard to imagine what Steamboat Springs would be like without the Howelsen Ice Arena. Luckily, we don't have to.
Street events are one of the main reasons thousands of people come to Steamboat Springs each year for Winter Carnival. Sure, there are risks, but the chance to take part has become a right of passage in our mountain town
There was a time in Steamboat Springs when all high school sports were funded. But those days are gone, and as schools continue to struggle to make ends meet, the challenges of providing increased sporting opportunities in this valley will grow.
Powder Pursuits owner Chris Smith may not look like a historian, but his collection of historic boards someday will help relay the sports journey to the next generation.
Professional athletes spend years building an image they hope will bring them fame and fortune. But in some cases, that isn't enough.
Members of the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club's Nordic program grabbed most of the top finishes during a junior national championships qualifier last weekend at Howelsen Hill.
The need for local referees is critical to the success of building a strong soccer program in Steamboat Springs.
Justin Reiter raced to a fourth-place finish at a World Cup parallel giant slalom race in Bad Gastein, Austria.
Hayden teacher Laura Voorhees got a nice surprise Thursday when she was recognized as a leader in education by Peabody Energy.
Steamboat's airport manager says a new method has proved its worth after two separate incidents involving airplanes during the holidays.
Steamboat Springs graduate Tanner Barr knows that reaching his dreams of playing professional golf means leaving Steamboat Springs behind.
Bike to work in Steamboat Springs isn't always a ride in the park, but many local cyclists refuse to let the weather get in the way of their daily routines.
The Rotary Club of Steamboat Springs has stepped up to keep the community holiday party alive after the city of Steamboat Springs cut funding for the annual holiday tradition.
Skiers and snowboarders will have the chance to ski the steep face of Howelsen Hill starting Saturday, when the historic downtown ski area opens for another season.
I've seen a lot of conditions on Opening Day throughout the years. The one thing I've learned is that Opening Day rarely defines a ski season.
Alpine snowboarders in the United States opened the season with top results and high hopes for the future of their sport.
Local snowboarders open season with strong finishes at Copper Mountain NorAm events.
What do baseball fans in Colorado want from the state's only major league baseball team? They could have more pitching, different coaches and so much. This is what I would do if I could find $33 million.
I've always dreamed of being a professional athlete. It didn't happen for me, but I'm lucky enough to share a name with more than a few.
This weekend, I drove to Denver and braved the cold to watch my first professional soccer game. Call me crazy, but in some ways, it sounded like fun.
This is the time of year when a person's true love of skiing shows, the time of year when some rush back to winter, the time of year when I attempt to hold on to a few last days of fall.
Steamboat Olympian Anne Kakela recalls what it was like coaching in London and competing in Atlanta.
The three black bears had their sights set on groceries in a car on Meadowbrook Circle on Monday.
You don't always get a second chance in life, but that's not the case in sports, which is why the rematch is one of the best things in the world for athletes, coaches and fans.
Coaches do a lot more in Steamboat Springs than manage the big game. A coach's actions can inspire young athletes to reach higher, fuel a love for the game and teach lessons that reach well beyond the lines of a field.
They step under the lights every Friday night in Routt County, they take to the courts and they keep the game fair for local high school athletes. Referees are an important part of the game, even if we don't always agree with them.
Football fans in Colorado rejoice. After years of seeking a quality quarterback, Denver finally has landed one of the best and found something to cheer for this season.
The temperatures are dropping, the colors are changing and it's back to bowling. All are sure signs that fall has arrived in Steamboat Springs.
I've followed traditions for my entire life, but one of my favorite family traditions is still being written in the mountains of Colorado.
The road trip used to be a right of passage or necessary for work. But now, it has become a place to make memories.
Members of the Steamboat Springs High School golf team hit the road this week picking up a third-place finish and experience the coach hopes will pay off at the end of the season.
When Marvin Crawford is inducted into the Ski Jumping Hall of Fame this week, it will be the fourth time the Steamboat Springs skiing legend has found his way to a Hall of Fame induction ceremony.
A trip to Denver to watch a ball game at Coors field is the best way to remember the reasons I've always loved the game of baseball.
After 13 years at the helm, Steamboat Springs resident Linda Danter will step down as coordinator of Steamboat's Rally for the Cure golf tournament fundraiser.
The veteran coach says he will forgo leading the boys team this fall but hopes to return to his post next year. Assistant coach Don Toy will take the reins for the time being.
Watching the Olympics on television can bring back memories and inspire us all to dream of becoming a world champion.
Olympic paddler Rich Weiss nearly won Steamboat Springs' first Olympic medal the summer before Nelson Carmichael's historic run.
Little League baseball teams from Steamboat Springs played in state tournaments across the state last weekend hoping for titles and ultimately walking away with great experiences.
It was a moment 10-year-old Kevin Kaster had been waiting for since the first pitch of the ball game. But as he made his move to field the hot grounder, the unthinkable happened. His feet lost their grip on the soft dirt, and his knee slipped to the ground.
In the wake of the movie theater shooting early Friday in Aurora that left 12 dead and 59 wounded, the Steamboat Springs Police Department increased patrols at local theaters.
Kelly Boniface was well rested and focused as she left the starting line of a 68-mile marathon mountain bike race in Breckenridge on Sunday.
The scene at the Rally for the Cure golf tournament never really seems to change.
Jan Fritz isn’t what most people would call an avid golfer, but every July, she puts on her finest pink clothing and makes an appearance at Rollingstone Ranch Golf Club.
Nobody is ever going to mistake me for a cowboy. I could drop an entire month’s salary on boots, shirts and Wrangler jeans at F.M. Light & Sons, but when I walk out the door, I still would not have what it takes.
A 57-year-old woman was hospitalized Thursday afternoon after crashing her SUV while fleeing from Steamboat Springs police.
Two weeks ago, as I stood on the sideline of a soccer field at Memorial Field watching my daughter play a game, I came to understand just how special a simple moment can be.
A longtime community fundraiser to support junior golf programs in Steamboat Springs is looking forward to its 10th year.
It’s only nine games, but for some bowlers, the scores they roll at the state bowling championships are the biggest of the season.
The site of Tuesday’s second-round playoff game between the Steamboat Springs boys lacrosse team and Kent Denver may be more than three hours away by car, but its tie to this area is strong.