Luke Graham

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Luke Graham is the editor for the Pilot & Today. He has worked for the paper since July 2006.

Luke has a Bachelor of Science in journalism from the University of Colorado. He has worked at the Craig Daily Press, the Boulder Daily Camera and the Longmont Daily Times-Call.

Luke is from Leadville. He enjoys golf, fishing and reading.

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Steamboat's Lowell Whiteman graduates 16 seniors

Saturday the Lowell Whiteman School had 16 seniors graduate, each preparing to choose their own adventure.

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Steamboat's Paddle Battle returns for 4th year

The Paddle Battle returns for its fourth year with Matt Parker as the undisputed champion.

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Steamboat Art Museum to host nature photography exhibit

The Steamboat Art Museum will host the Invitational Colorado Nature Photography Exhibit on Friday with an accompanying artist forum on Saturday.

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Runners come out for 2nd Running Series event during holiday weekend

Several runners came out to enjoy the holiday weekend in Steamboat Springs with the Spirit Challenge 5K and 10K races.

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Routt County prepares for Memorial Day

Memorial Day in Steamboat Springs is highlighted by a service at the Steamboat Springs Cemetery on Monday.

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Soda Creek 2nd-grader to show art

Kali Waldman's loves art because of its endless boundaries. The second-grader will have a show Friday at Kneading Hands Therapy.

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Boldly Beethoven coming to Steamboat

The Generations Trio will put on "Boldly Beethoven" on Friday and Saturday at the Chief Theater.

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Steamboat Chief Theater celebrates year anniversary

The Chief Theater in Steamboat Springs is celebrating its one year anniversary Friday.

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Sailor Luau returns for 3rd year

The third annual Sailor Luau takes place Monday at Steamboat Springs High School.

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Steamboat's Inspired Life Network hosting three events

The Inspired Life Network will host a trio of seminars on Wednesday and Thursday, designed to inspire women in the community.

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Sarah Coleman, left, Caroline Lalive Carmichael and Hal Levin, from the Inspired Life Network, will launch the network's first published book, “Women’s Quotations for Successful Living,” on Friday at Off the Beaten Path Bookstore. As part of the First Friday Artwalk, the event will take place from 4 to 6 p.m.

Steamboat Springs' Peter White works behind the net Tuesday in the opening round of the Class 4A state lacrosse playoffs. Steamboat won, 14-4, to advance to the next round.

Pictured is a statue of Marshall Zhukov, near the Kremlin in Moscow.

Eric Rabesa competes in the 2013 Steamboat Springs Pentathlon at Howelsen Hill. The event, in its 23rd year in 2014, remains a popular event for Steamboat athletes, but expansion long has been part of the plan for organizers.

Artist Sheri Johnson Worth will show her paintings, which draw on inspiration from her trips to the Grand Canyon, at this month's First Friday Artwalk at the Depot Art Center.

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