Sandy, Danny, Doody, the T-Birds, Pink Ladies and dozens of others have spent the last two months rehearsing for Steamboat Springs High School’s production of "Grease," with shows this weekend and next.
The event is the Yampa Valley Autism Program’s signature fundraiser and supports all of the organization’s important programs for children and adults on the autism spectrum.
South Routt School District’s next superintendent is Rim Watson, the school’s current assessment coordinator.
Avid readers can now put the finishing touches on their summer reading lists in preparation for this September’s 25th annual Literary Sojourn event.
The Steamboat Springs School District is seeking proposals from architects, owner's representatives or construction managers interested in reviewing the options for future district facilities upgrades.
Sunny weather didn’t deter a group of National Guard members from spending the weekend in North Routt, sharpening their blizzard rescue skills.
A fundraising campaign to help pay down the building mortgage of the North Routt Preschool in Clark is making steady progress, with school supporters raising $27,000 during the past few months.
A state energy program is helping the South Routt School District save energy and lower utility costs for district buildings.
Longtime Steamboat Springs resident Jesse James “Buddy” Romero was hit with troubling news last October, after suffering a seizure in his home.
The Community Committee for Education is ready for the general public to weigh in on a handful of possible options for the future of Steamboat Springs School District facilities.
Two Steamboat Springs educators with a passion for teaching children to be stronger readers are partnering to offer a new intensive reading camp this summer.
Like many Steamboat Springs residents, a group of 18 from the Steamboat Christian Center headed for a destination closer to the equator this Blues Break.
Yampa Valley Medical Center has been named a Top 100 Hospital in the United States by an organization that evaluates more than 2,700 hospitals across the country.
A then-16-year-old Steamboat Springs High School student who helped save lives after a Steamboat Springs Transit bus crash last year continues to be recognized for her efforts.
A year after the Steamboat Springs School District designated community members to develop a plan for the district’s future, the group is making slow but steady progress.
Steamboat Digs Dogs volunteers spent Sunday afternoon collecting, weighing and disposing of dog waste at parks around town in an effort to reduce the community’s “carbon pawprint.”
Northwest Colorado women who struggle to afford long-lasting birth control devices could now receive the products for free, thanks to a new Steamboat Springs women’s group.
Tucked down a long hallway in the Victoria Building in downtown Steamboat Springs is a small organization aiming to make a big impact on health in Northwest Colorado.
When photos, videos and even online 3D tours aren’t enough, prospective home buyers can now strap on virtual reality goggles and move through a listing hands-free.
Inside a downstairs science classroom Thursday, freshman Gabe Rabanal used a set of controls to move an attached robotic arm.
Board President Jules Palyo said the board chose to pursue an internal job posting because members believed there were already qualified applicants working in the district.
Steamboat Springs School District employees may begin paying monthly premiums for medical insurance for the first time in recent history, if a new plan is approved by bargaining team members in the coming months.
A group working to make recommendations for the future of the Steamboat Springs School District will need to push back its timeline for bringing suggestions for facilities upgrades to the school board.
A program that helps struggling Routt County residents achieve personal goals is gearing up to work with a new group of people and encouraging community members to get involved.
Two of the newest school scholarships administered by the Yampa Valley Community Foundation this year will appeal to local students who may not be pursuing education at a four-year university.
A Colorado mumps outbreak focused on the Front Range reached 49 cases last week, though the contagious disease has yet to reach the Yampa Valley.
Ten years ago, a car bomb exploded on al-Mutanabbi Street, an intellectual center in Baghdad and the location of Iraq’s most vibrant bookselling community.
A year after moving into their second home north of Steamboat Springs, Gary and Brenda Jones watched as nearly 500 inches of snow covered their land and the steep slopes on either side of their house.
Yampa Valley Medical Center officials announced Wednesday the hospital was pursuing a merger with the UCHealth hospital system.
Staff at Routt County’s rural Hayden and South Routt school districts have ramped up efforts to improve student health — leading to recognition and prize money from a nonprofit that works with the Colorado Department of Education.
Lonnie Bedwell had never mountain climbed, kayaked or skied for more than a half of a run before going blind nearly 20 years ago.
Fake news, the future of the economy and climate change are among the timely topics experts will discuss during the 15th annual Seminars at Steamboat talks.
A new report shows how the legalization of recreational marijuana has brought more people to emergency rooms for complications from the drug than before, particularly in Routt County.
The multi-year project of restoring the Fly Gulch Schoolhouse will receive its latest boost March 3 during a T-shirt printing party fundraiser at Ohana’s downtown store.
Local developers have purchased 34 previously unsold lots in Hayden’s Dry Creek Village subdivision, with plans to begin building as many as 10 homes on speculation this spring.
Undocumented immigrants living in Steamboat Springs have become stricken with fear over the last week following the announcement of changes to federal deportation policies.
This summer’s Strings Music Festival lineup features Grammy award-winning artists, country legends and a performance from Stephen Stills of Crosby, Stills Nash & Young fame, playing alongside “Judy Blue Eyes” muse Judy Collins.
South Routt School District Superintendent Darci Mohr has resigned her position with the district, effective at the end of her contract June 30.
Progressive bluegrass band Head for the Hills is eager to head to Mount Werner Thursday for a WinterWonderGrass kickoff concert in Gondola Square.
A+ Colorado’s report, The Outliers, ranks Steamboat as the seventh-fastest growing school district in the state between 2011 an 2015 among districts with more than 1,000 students.
LiftUp of Routt County is getting creative in its approach to attract new donors to stock its busy food pantries in Steamboat Springs, Oak Creek and Hayden.
Students who already love reading and those who need a little encouragement to get there will benefit from a new week-long overnight camp offered by Steamboat Springs nonprofit Book Trails.
Virtual reality could make its way into classrooms in Steamboat Springs and Hayden next year, if proposed grants are funded using Steamboat’s half-cent sales tax for education.
Heidi Chapman-Hoy has worked at the school for more than 16 years, first as a teacher and for the last 3 1/2 years as assistant principal.
While other college students were spending their fall term listening to lectures and cramming for tests, Jackson Perry was earning his credits in the remote wilderness of Patagonia.
Retired teacher Kathleen OKeefe said she’s lived with friends and family during her 10 years in Steamboat but was hopeful an apartment at The Reserves could finally be a place of her own.
Wellington the 8 1/2-year-old Bernese mountain dog is no stranger to the spotlight, so it was no surprise the fluffy animal felt comfortable marching in Sunday’s Diamond Hitch Parade on Lincoln Avenue.
A recent report by nonprofit HungerFree Colorado revealed that many low-income residents in resort communities, including in Routt County, aren’t taking advantage of food assistance benefits.
It’s no coincidence that many Steamboat Springs home builders are turning to more modern and contemporary mountain designs as they begin new projects — it’s where the demand is.
Colorado Mountain College students are inviting Winter Carnival fireworks viewers Saturday to also watch a kickoff party for the school’s new ski and snowboard rail mini-park.