Luke Graham is the ExploreSteamboat.com 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.
The 10th annual Steamboat Mountain Film Festival concludes Friday with the Reel Awards.
Wednesday marked the first powder day of the year at Steamboat Ski Area. While opening day was last week, Wednesday is the true skiers rite of passage.
The Steamboat Art Museum opens "The Russian Experience" during the First Friday Artwalk.
The inaugural Art & Soul of Hospice art show benefits the Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association's Hospice and Palliative Care Program.
Former Steamboat resident Nick Nieuwoudt has spent the past seven years developing Novus AEterno, a multiplayer online real-time strategy game. The game is set to release sometime next year.
The Hayden community Thanksgiving Dinner was as much about the community as it was the food.
The fourth annual Turkey Bowl brought together more than 30 players to help raise money for charities.
Strings Music Directors Andrés Cárdenes and Monique Mead will say goodbye to the music festival at the end of the 2014 concert season.
The Steamboat Clay Artisans holiday sale kicks off the holiday shopping season Friday.
The U.S. moguls team was announced earlier in the week and features five skiers with ties to Steamboat Springs.
Kendall Yeager, from left, Katy Thiel, Dervla Lacy and Jan Willman are helping put on the inaugural Art & Soul of Hospice show as part of the First Friday Artwalk. The event begins at 5 p.m. Friday and benefits the Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association's Hospice and Palliative care program.
Yampa Valley Regional Airport fire Capt. Shawn Zwak tests the water on the airport's fire truck. The airport is gearing up for commercial flights Dec. 19.
Yampa Valley Regional Airport Fire Capt. Shawn Zwak checks the gauges in a fire truck. Crews are getting ready for commercial flights to begin Dec. 19.
Yampa Valley Regional Airport public safety director and fire chief Tyler Whitmore takes out a hose from one of the airport’s fire trucks. The airport is ramping up in efforts to get ready for the next ski season.
Alpine Bank employees David High, from left, Jeremy Behling, Tom Krabacher and Adam Alspach surround Soda Creek Elementary School second-grader Jorin Peed. The employees are growing mustaches to help the Peed family pay medical bills for Jorin, who has been diagnosed with nephritic syndrome, an autoimmune disorder that causes her immune system attack her kidneys. People can vote for their favorite — or least favorite — mustache at Alpine Bank. The employee with the most money in his jar has to grow his mustache through ski season or match the pot. There is a benefit account in Jorin's name at Alpine Bank. Soda Creek also will host 10-minute fun runs during students' physical education classes from Dec. 2 to 5, and people can pledge money for each lap the students run. For more information about the fun run, email teacher Rebecca Nicholson at firstname.lastname@example.org.