Submitted by Sheila Phillips
One of Alex Sorapuru's paintings that will be on display at Urbane during First Friday Artwalk.
Sue White, just back from Austria where she competed in the Special Olympics World Winter Games, hugs Meghan McNamara, who works for Horizons in Steamboat Springs. McNamara used vacation time and paid her own way to go see the Games and support White.
Sean Sullivan, third from the left, credits coaches Brian Romig, Brian Ripley and Nick Carelli, pictured from left, for giving him a good start in hockey. He is now playing with a AAA Tier 1 team on the Front Range and will compete for a national title this weekend.
The Emerald Mountain School created this sculpture, which is being included in the Routt County Youth Art Show at the Depot Art Center in Steamboat Springs.
Faith Day, a sophomore at Hayden High School, created this piece, which is being included in the Routt County Youth Art Show at the Depot Art Center in Steamboat Springs.
Dorothy Brown, of Craig, won a $250 gift card for taking the Craig Daily Press survey. The newspaper thanks its readers.
Gabrielle Lewis, a junior at Hayden High School, created this piece, which is being included in the Routt County Youth Art Show at the Depot Art Center in Steamboat Springs.
The Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club sent its top U16 skiers to nationals in Maine last week.
San Francisco-based Con Brio will perform Saturday afternoon at Steamboat Ski Area as part of the Bud Light Rocks the Boat free concert series.
With Jupiter passing close to Earth this month, it is a perfect time to aim your binoculars or telescope at the giant planet and see its four planet-sized moons. Discovered by famed Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei in 1610, the four moons demonstrated that all objects did not revolve around the Earth and that a planet could orbit the sun and not leave its moons behind. This telescopic image was taken on Sept. 21, 2011 and shows the bright ball of Jupiter, with moons Io and Europa below and Ganymede and Callisto above.
Artist Alex Sorapuru brings a little New Orleans flair to the Yampa Valley art scene. The architect graduate works with Michael J.K. Olsen Architects and creates art in his spare time. His work can be seen at Urbane for the month of April.