The Norwegian ski film "Supervention" will show on Friday at the Ghost Ranch, followed by hip-hop band Salem.
The Ghost Ranch will host a benefit for the Philippines on Thursday. Local band Acutonic and DJ Dra-La will perform.
The Hayden High School girls basketball team picked up its first win of the season.
Storm Peak Brewing Co. recently signed a lease and should be open by the end of April.
Partners in Routt County is moving to Sundance at Fish Creek to join a slew of other nonprofits.
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.
Walk into the Steamboat Ski Patrol office in mid-November, and the season is underway. On one side of the room, stacks of “No sledding” signs with stakes look like the childhood game of pickup sticks. On the opposite side are lift and gondola rescue seats ready for training and — worse-case scenario — use in an emergency.
Yampa Valley Regional Airport was barren a week ago. There were no lines, and one private plane from Salt Lake City was making touchdowns and takeoffs on a deserted runway. “But then, we go from two flights on Dec. 18 to 17 or 18 overnight,” airport Assistant Manager Dean Smith said.
If nothing else signals the start of ski season, a mid-November trek up Burgess Creek and into Steamboat Ski Area’s Slope and Vehicle Maintenance shop is all that’s required.
To think, three weeks ago, the Steamboat Ski & Sport shop was full of bikes, tubes, tires and staff members who were wearing shorts. Last week, ski and snowboard rentals stacked the back area. Boxes of retail merchandise had been transformed into displays, showing off the latest lines in ski fashion and functionality.
What Lift Maintenance Director Kurt Castor's staff does to ensure people can press glass in the mornings, make it to the top of Storm Peak on below freezing days or ride any of the ski area’s 18 lifts is remarkable.
The Hayden High School drama troupe will put on "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" at 7 p.m. Saturday and 1:30 p.m. Sunday. Both will take place in the Hayden High School auditorium.
Ian Engle's service dog, Zuma, is recovering after getting hit by a car. Zuma’s hips were shaved for emergency surgery to repair a shattered pelvis with plates and screws.
After initially shying away from pursuing art, Heritage Christian School graduate Dana Schlingman dove in all the way. She recently illustrated her first published children's book.
The Steamboat Symphony Orchestra education concert features local musicians of all ages — including students, adult professionals and amateurs — coming together to play a concert of classics from Beethoven to Mozart.
The latest production from the Steamboat Springs High School theater troupe is a murder mystery that runs through Saturday.
The Chief Theater will host two nights of the new Warren Miller ski film, and proceeds will benefit the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club.
Nederland band Elephant Revival plays the Strings Music Pavilion at 7 p.m. Sunday. The band is fresh off the release of its latest album, “These Changing Skies.”
The Hometown Holiday Local Products Gala is from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at Bud Werner Memorial Library. The event features all local products from varying businesses across the Yampa Valley.
Students in the Colorado Mountain College art and sustainability class transformed clothing into new pieces of wearable art. The collection will be on display through Dec. 2.
Nelson Carmichael's business plan for an outerwear e-commerce business won the 2013 Business Plan Competition hosted by Colorado Mountain College and Yampa Valley SCORE.
Steamboat residents resoundingly passed Referendum 3A on Tuesday, making Steamboat Springs School Board seats all at-large.
Referendum 5A, which asked voters to approve a fixed 30 mill increase for the Morrison Creek Metropolitan Water and Sanitation District, was voted down Tuesday.
Boulder-based Monocle brings its unique flavor of bluegrass, folk and Americana to Steamboat on Wednesday.
Minneapolis band Circle of Heat made its way to and through Colorado for the first time this week. The band plays at 10 p.m. Saturday at Old Town Pub.
Lawrence Block was named the new executive director of the Steamboat Springs Arts Council. He starts Friday.
The Chief Players, a group of theater-loving people, is set to debut Friday its first play, Agatha Christie’s “The Mousetrap.” The show opens at 7 p.m. at the Chief Theater.
Al Reiner has spent the past couple years photographing trains for his newest exhibit, which is featured at the Steamboat Springs Center For Visual Arts during First Friday Artwalk from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday.
The First Friday Artwalk runs from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at venues across Steamboat.
The staple of Halloween in Steamboat Springs, the Downtown Halloween Stroll, is from 5 to 7 p.m. in downtown.
The Steamboat Springs High School volleyball team made the regional tournament at the No. 31 seed Tuesday.
Organizers of the annual Mustache Ride presented a check to the Routt County Humane Society for $8,000, about $2,000 more than was donated last year.
The inaugural Lebowski Festival comes to the Chief Theater on Friday.
The winter concert schedule for the Strings Music Festival has been announced and features a distinctly holiday vibe. Of the seven announced shows, six celebrate a holiday.
The 15th annual Screamboat haunted house at Colorado Mountain College kicks off Halloween festivities Friday, but there's plenty more to do for children and adults.
Battling injuries, the Hayden volleyball team couldn't overcome Hotchkiss on Tuesday.
Steamboat controlled the game Friday during senior night, easily beating Rifle in three, 25-14, 25-9 and 25-14.
The Rifle football team ran over Steamboat on Friday, winning 50-10. The Bears didn’t throw a pass all game and never faced a third down situation in the first half.
Douglas Kenyon long has been a master of reproducing iconic Western images, but in the past year, through advances in technology and innovation, Kenyon has furthered his trade.
On Saturday, residents will have an opportunity to travel back in time when the Steamboat Swings Big Band returns to the Depot Art Center. The band will perform traditional big band music typical of the 1930s, ’40s and ’50s.
Two Steamboat Springs artists walked away with awards from the PleinAir Moab art festival last week.