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Peace and harmony emanated from Centennial Hall in downtown Steamboat Springs on Wednesday night despite the fact all logic pointed toward an evening filled with strong opinions, boisterous debate and hurt feelings.
Area campgrounds are opening ahead of Memorial Day weekend, though recent wet weather will keep many in Routt County closed.
In a meeting where nearly every seat in Centennial Hall was taken by a community member eager to weigh in on the future of the tax, the council was torn about the lodging tax committee's recommendation to devote 90 percent of the tax to the Trails Alliance for the next decade.
I love star lore. The legends and stories attached to the stars carry us back centuries and tell us not only about the stars, but also about the stargazers of old.
Anyone who wants to sign up for next month’s Steamboat Marathon still has the opportunity, and that’s a marked change for the 32-year-old race.
In the case of this early morning phone call, the caller’s dog had experienced a close encounter with erethizon dorsatum — a porcupine.
Western Colorado town embraces and grows its cycling tourism
When the ski season winds down, high-country cyclists get the itch to head west in search of dry trails and warm weather. And when they head west, they often end up in Fruita, a place filled each spring with familiar Steamboat Springs faces.
As the competition cranks up, Steamboat Springs hopes to stay even in a cycling arms race.
The first of five community barn dances this summer kicks off Saturday at 8 p.m. and will go until 11 p.m. Future dances are June 15, July 20, Aug. 10 and Sept. 28.
I’ve always urged that it’s important to visit other mountain towns to gain new insights into the quirky, little burgh we happen to inhabit.
Bird Day will overtake Little Toots Park on Sunday, when kids and their parents can jump into arts and crafts projects or get involved in the bird Olympics.
The June party on Yampa Street will offer sand piles and small water pools for children, volleyball, street games and reggae music.
It'll probably take another couple of weeks for me to get all of the sand out of my car and the focus ring on my camera. By then, I already may be on my way back to the dunes.
For the aspiring filmmakers of Steamboat Springs High School, the greatest reward was seeing their hard work come to life Saturday night at the first Steamboat Springs Student Film Festival.
Taking the stage Sunday will be three Routt County musical acts: guitarist and singer Guerin Lewis, ’80s tribute band All About Me and folk rock group House with a Yard.
The many scenes that come to Vero Khan’s mind find their way to a formerly blank surface via her paintbrush. This weekend will be the first time the local artist will get the chance to bring her work to a wider audience.
As much as Hollywood may deny it, some works of literature just can’t function on the silver screen. No matter how much glitter and glitz you throw into the mix, “The Great Gatsby” just doesn’t shine the way it should.
You get out what you put in. Just because your dog comes to you reliably in the house and yard does not mean it will be reliable in all environments.
Doesn’t it feel good when someone notices you persisted on something difficult? A few kind words are all it takes to feel appreciated. Children feel the same way.
The five naked-eye planets — Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn — are among the brightest objects visible in our earthly sky. These wandering stars occasionally pass close to one another as they thread their way through the 12 constellations of the zodiac.