Hot dog aficionados and competitive eaters can sign up anytime at The Hungry Dog. The free competition is limited to 25 competitors.
Those interested in performing in the March 20 to 22 production can try out for various dance pieces of all levels and styles. There are 18 pieces this year ranging from aerial, hip hop and Irish to country, jazz and many others.
The Tread of Pioneers Museum is featuring the Summer family as part of the Foundations of Steamboat series.
Denver band Birch Street plays The Ghost Ranch on Friday.
Cowboy Brad Fitch will put on two tribute concerts to John Denver at the Chief Theater on Friday and Saturday. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. with the show set for 7 p.m. Tickets are $15 and available at All That Jazz or the door.
The Soroco football team puts its perfect record on the line Friday against Rangely in Oak Creek.
The Steamboat Springs High School volleyball team beat Summit in three sets Tuesday.
The popular Soup Bowl Supper returns to Steamboat on Wednesday.
A standoff at the Ptarmigan Inn ended early Sunday morning.
As the craft brew market continues to expand in the U.S., Steamboat Springs High School graduate Jordan Gardenhire went a different direction. The 1997 Steamboat graduate is the co-founder and brewmaster for Baja Brewing Co. based out of San Jose Del Cabo, Mexico. He opened the brewery and brewpub in 2007 and has gone from producing 800 barrels per year to more than 2,400.
It wouldn’t be out of line to say Ken Proper’s first love was beer. The 63-year-old Steamboat Springs resident started brewing beer while studying microbiology at Colorado State University.
At first, Steve DeLine wasn’t sold. He’d been approached to become a partner in Prost Brewing Co. in Denver, but the Steamboat Springs resident had some reservations.
The walk into Crazy Mountain Brewery in Edwards is as much about the craft beer culture as it is the product. Pallets and crates dot the brewery’s parking lot. Stacked kegs provide a backdrop and reverberate the sound of semitrailers traveling along Interstate 70 a few yards away. Cornhole boards are set up outside and are circled by swanky, plastic lawn chairs. The setting feels more like a friend’s backyard than one of the fastest-growing breweries in the country.
Authors compared the process of writing to being a drug addict, to living the movie “Groundhog Day” and to crawling across a sweltering hot desert. But then they said they couldn't live without it.
It’s debatable what makes a quality mustache. Is it girth? Style? Is it the manly patch Tom Selleck made famous on "Magnum, P.I."? What’s not debatable is the growing success of the mustache-themed event held annually on the first Saturday in October.
As the Steamboat Mountain Film Festival hits its 10th year, Mike Martin is starting to see the potential of the small festival he started a decade ago.
The organization will celebrate Steamboat Springs' seven years of investment in the Uganda project at 6 p.m. Saturday at the top of the gondola at Steamboat Ski Area.
The Bust of Steamboat returns on Friday.
Shawn Sigstedt will give a presentation Tuesday at Colorado Community College about his 20 years of research and what he learned from bears and Native Americans.
Bud Werner Memorial Library is asking the community to read the classic and join in a month of discussions, trivia contests and movie screenings.
Steamboat Springs native Kassidy Fischer is entering into the high-end fashion world, her biggest break coming during the Sept. 5 to 12 fashion week in New York City.
OctoberWest returns with a weekend full of events with Suds & Gub on Friday in downtown Steamboat Springs and the beer garden and beef cook-off Saturday in Gondola Square.
Businesses at the Wildhorse Marketplace will host a family-friendly block-party style benefit concert featuring performances from the Seattle Firefighters Pipes and Drums Band, and Steamboat’s own local branch of the Bennett School of Irish Dance.
After being diagnosed with a brain tumor in 2010, Steamboat's Jill Murphy Long found solace in filmmaking.
New York artist Melissa Meyer will open the second annual Steamboat Springs Center for Visual Arts Guest Artist Fall Lecture Series on Wednesday.
Soroco easily beat Plateau Valley on Friday and looks to Hayden next.
The concert will begin with Vivaldi’s "Four Seasons" and concludes with Tchaikovsky’s "Serenade for Strings." Photographer Rod Hanna is donating the use of hundreds of his iconic images for a special photography presentation for the "Four Seasons" portion of the performance.
On Saturday, during the 26th annual Rubber Ducky Race, the Yampa will turn yellow with ducks to benefit a pair of programs at Yampa Valley Medical Center.
Former Yampa Valley resident Katey Laurel returns to the Chief Theater for her CD release party on Friday.
The Yampa Valley Crane Festival returns to the valley this week and includes sunrise cranes viewings through Monday.
MB Warner painted 30 portraits of animals in 30 days to raise $3,000 for the Routt County Humane Society.
The Artists' Gallery of Steamboat has been rebranded and is now Circle 7 Fine Art.
The eighth annual Chuck Wagon Chili Challenge on Sunday drew a crowd.
Tyler Scholl, just 12, won the 10K at 10,000 feet on Sunday.
Soroco won its opener against Gilpin County.
The Soroco volleyball team lost its opener to Vail Mountain on Friday.
The Steamboat Springs volleyball team went 3-1 in its opening tournament of the season.
The Steamboat Springs boys tennis team went 0-2 during the weekend.
THe Hayden football team won its opener Saturday in dominating fashion.
The Steamboat Springs boys soccer team picked up a 4-2 win against Delta in the season opener on Saturday.
The Steamboat Springs High School football team couldn't keep up with Eagle Valley High School on Friday night, falling 48-12.
Johannah K. Hall has an art opening in the RED Contemporary gallery Friday to feature her show, “Wandering From a Standstill.”
The eighth annual event is from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Eighth and Oak streets. Taster kits cost $10 for adults and $5 for children 10 and younger.
The Wild West Air Fest returns for its ninth year this weekend.
Laraine Martin’s lifestyle reads like a guide to the Steamboat Springs lifestyle. She rock climbs, she skis, she snowboards, she backpacks, she plays goalie for a hockey team, and she recently picked up mountain biking.
Rob Peterson did his first 24-hour race 12 years ago and has done more than 35 since, sometimes as part of a team or by himself.
Brad Piske didn’t have much of a choice. Growing up in a large family on the Gulf Coast in Texas being on the water was a must.
When it comes to activities, Steamboat is anything but normal. And the Pickings are far from your normal couple. With four children — 8-year-old Sophie, 6-year-old twins Izzy and Drew and 14-month-old Charlie — getting fit wouldn’t seem to fit into the family’s busy schedule.
Tori Allen is no stranger to fame, athletic competitions, the limelight or celebrity. But that’s why Steamboat fits the 25-year-old so well. The former professional rock climber and collegiate pole vaulter fits right in with an athletic community.
The Steamboat Springs High School tennis team lost Saturday to Rocky Mountain High School, 5-2, in its second match of the season.