Steamboat Today reader Matthew Grasse got creative with his video camera during Tuesday's day-long snowstorm in downtown Steamboat Springs.
Todd Fellows from Ski Haus on Pine Grove Road and Highway 40 talks unique Alpine gear on the Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden.
Ron Krall of Off the Beaten Path Bookstore talks snow themes for books on the Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden.
Caroline Lalive gives details of the Steamboat Women's Clinics on the Steamboat Today morning show.
Suzie Hawkins talks historic Steamboat on the Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden.
Torre Saterstrom of Fleischer Sport announces 25% off googles sale on the Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden.
Crew from Ski Haus on Highway 40 and Pine Road come to the Steamboat Today morning show to talk gear with host Mike Polucci.
Ben Stroock, owner of the Drunken Onion stops by the Steamboat Today morning show to talk about his get 'n go kitchen.
Charles Feldmann and David Nagel talk about tomorrow's Pro Bono Clinic at Feldmann Nagel on the Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden.
The Hayden High School girls basketball team downs Rangely to finish third at the district tournament.
West Grand edges out the Hayden High School boys basketball team, 58-55, in the opening round of the District 5 tournament Friday.
Sailor Football Coach Lon Clementson encourages safety for his players and a new helmet fundraiser will help. He explains what you can do to support the team on the Steamboat Today morning show.
South Routt Elementary School students go for a ride and get a taste of the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race.
Wednesday marked the third consecutive powder day at the Steamboat Ski Area. Editor Brent Boyer headed for the trees.
Steamboat Springs was under a winter storm warning and the snow was piling up quickly Tuesday morning.
Suzie Hawkins highlights all the things to do in Steamboat in all seasons on the Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden.
Ron Krall updates Steamboat Today's Harper Louden on all the goings on at both Off the Beaten Path Bookstore locations.
TV18 takes a day off for some fresh powder...27 inches of powder.
The Steamboat Ski Area reported 27 inches in 24 hours and 34 inches in 30 hours on Monday morning. If you weren't there, well ...
Tim Kirkpatrick offers ways to enjoy fly fishing on this powder day with reading from Steamboat Flyfishers on the Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden.
Garnder Flanigan of Smartwool talks powder layering on the Steamboat Today show with Harper Louden.
Bill Hamil of Steamboat Meat and Seafood celebrates Fat Tuesday early with Harper Louden on the Steamboat Today morning show.
Watch the last 30 seconds of Chad Terry's 145-pound finals match as he comes close to earning a pin.
While some local wrestlers fell short of their goals, there was not shortage of highlights in the wild three days of wrestling at the state tournament.
About 50 people marched through the base area at Steamboat Ski Area to a lively rendition of "When the Saints Go Marching In." Ski Mardi Gras events continue through Tuesday in Steamboat.
Ivan Neville’s Dumpstaphunk brought a double bass attack and a distinctively New Orleans dance party sound to the crowd at Steamboat Ski Area's Gondola Square on Saturday as part of Ski Mardi Gras.
Jiacong Kyle Wu, of Qingdao, China, reveals why he chose to come to The Lowell Whiteman School and what his experience so far in Steamboat Springs has been like.
Tiger wrestler discusses his excitement for qualifying for state wrestling finals.
Participants gather at Howelsen Hill on Wednesday night for the third Hitchens Brothers Wednesday Night Jump Series event this winter. The ski jumping events are free for children ages 13 and younger, and the next competition is March 14.
Learn more about the inside information that gave Soroco High School's Tristan Palyo the edge in his match Thursday at the state wrestling tournament.
Kindergarten through fifth-grade students contributed 183 science projects for the annual Soda Creek Elementary School science fair Wednesday.
Yampa Valley Medical Center Staff Development Director Debra Harris talks about the features of the hospital's new simulator lab.
Steamboat Ski Patrol conducted training with Flight for Life on Wednesday at Steamboat Ski Area.
Steamboat Pilot & Today Assistant Editor Nicole Miller and pressman Anthony Mendolia hit the slopes to enjoy the more than 2 feet of snow that has fallen on Steamboat Ski Area in the past week. (Music by Missed the Boat)
Jen Shea and Colleen Miller invite visitors and guests alike to Saturday's Casino Night Fundraiser at The Steamboat Grand during the Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden.
Kids and Mr. Turner from Soda Creek Elementary School talk about today's science fair from 4:40-6:00 p.m. on the Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden.
Kevin Kaminski, first time jumper, and Pat Arnone, a veteran, talk the Wednesday Night Jumping Series on the Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden.
Steamboat skiers and riders are celebrating 24.5 inches of snow that fell the past six days.
Billy Kidd ta;ks about the special benefit torchlight parade tonight at the Steamboat Ski Area on the Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden.
Ron Krall offers Valentine's Day gift ideas on the Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden.
Torre Saterstrom talks about all the sales happening at Fleischer Sport today on the Steamboat Today morning show.
Sierra Anderson, of Fox Cape Productions, shot this video of the Telemark World Cup on Monday at Steamboat Ski Area.
Gardner Flanigan talks the Smartwool philosophy on the Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden.
Choose the perfect helmet for you with the help of the Ski Haus experts like Jake seen here on the Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden.
Winter Carnival's Doggie Dash event steals the show.
Dads — on all fours — pull their kids on sleds in a race down a snowy Lincoln Avenue
The Steamboat Springs High School ski band led a host of other entrants during the Winter Carnival parade on Sunday.
The sky above Howelsen Hill was ablaze Saturday night during the annual Night Extravaganza fireworks show.
The International Muzzle Loading Biathlon had become a staple event during Winter Carnival.
A look at some of the activity during Saturday morning's Winter Carnival street events.
This year's four Winter Carnival grand marshals have been volunteering for years to make sure the street events run smoothly.
A Colorado State Patrol officer said everyone was wearing their seatbelts and no one was injured in an accident Friday night on Colorado Highway 131 just outside of Oak Creek. The SUV lost control on a curve in the canyon, clipped the end of the guard rail and went down the slope. The salvage operation blocked most of the highway and officers ushered cars around until a truck got stuck, blocking traffic for about 10 minutes.
The Steamboat Ski Area hosted its second annual Vintage Ski Race on Friday to coincide with Winter Carnival.
Stop by FM Light & Sons this weekend and find out why Stetson is the cowboy hat of choice.
Rolf and Pat talk ski jumping on alpine skis. Stop by the ski jumps at Howelsen Hill today and this weekend to see them in action.
The Girl Scouts stop by Steamboat Today and talk cookies. Go buy some cookies from Zoe, Sara and Daisy at City Market this weekend.
An annual Steamboat Springs High School tradition continued this week when a select group of students carved artistic creations out of giant blocks of snow in downtown Steamboat.
Bill Hamil of Steamboat Meat and Seafood offers Valentine's Day dinner specials during the Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden.
Hayden junior T-Lane Mazzola learned last year how important the regional wrestling meet is and discusses his hard lesson.
Tim Kirkpatrick showcases Valentine's ideas for the ladies and gentlemen fishers from Steamboat Flyfishers on the Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden.
Fluorescent bulbs now can be taken to Light Works of Steamboat to be recycled. The business is operating the bulb crushing machine purchased by Yampa Valley Recycles.
Steamboat's Doug Matthews recently opened The Bakery.
Tore Saterstrom talks big sales at Fleischer Sport, 40% off skis and bindings, now through Thursday on the Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden.
Ron and Emily Krall of Off the Beaten Path Bookstore talk Book Trails summer reading camps on the Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden.
Gardner Flanigan of Smartwool talks about the best way keep warm in the am and cool in the pm with Smartwool hear-to-toe gear on the Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden.
Ski Haus has everything you need for rentals plus new rental programs. Find out the details on the Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden.
Tim Tietjen stops by TV18 on his trek down from Washington and shares some backcountry adventures.
You need help with technology...call Marcus at the Computer Suppport Guys.
The Sailors hosted a dual with their Summit County neighbors Jan. 31, 2012, at Steamboat Springs High School.
John Kole, owner of One Stop Ski Shop announces his big sale...and Ted the dog says Hi.