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Sandrock Elementary School teacher Michele Conroy is retiring after 23 years of teaching, and the school is sending out a call for letters from former students, parents of students, colleagues and friends to add to a scrapbook being compiled for her.
Back in the days before satellite TV, cellphones, video players, Netflix and laptops, many ranchers in the West were isolated from civilization.
When my sisters and I were kids, Dad and Mom sometimes planned a full day of shopping in Craig.
We’ll be branding calves at our place this weekend.
It has been a full two days for Moffat County athletes at the 2013 state track meet, and they have done well enough to have another busy one on the meet’s final day.
The afternoon started rough for the Moffat County boys swimming team at the first day of the state meet, but the Bulldogs turned it around in the second half of the competition.
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.
A pervasive joke about the shopping tendencies of men and women alleges that a man will pay $2 for a $1 item he wants, while a woman will pay $1 for a $2 item she doesn’t want.
The committee that reports to Steamboat Springs City Council on the airline contracts that secure the majority of Steamboat’s and Routt County’s air service received good news Friday — the past winter’s ski season jet flights weren’t nearly as expensive as once feared. But challenges remain.
Local resident plans to again appear before council with a similar ordinance for Craig
A small Colorado town’s decision this week to pass an ordinance making gun ownership mandatory likely won’t impact whether Craig city officials adopt a similar law.
Smolik accepts hospital board’s offer to join team as chief
During a special meeting Friday, the TMH Board of Trustees named Chris Smolik as its new CEO.
At issue are two laws passed this spring that are set to take effect July 1, limiting the size of ammunition magazines to 15 rounds and expanding background checks to private and online firearm sales.
The switch, which went into effect Thursday, eliminates a paywall that was put in place in August 2012.
Moffat County High School MVPs by team
Steamboat Springs High School MVPs by team
A list of the other top Yampa Valley athletes this past year.
The season started with a high ranking and all the optimism possible, but there were plenty of times during the regular season when it appeared this Steamboat Springs High School boys lacrosse team might not be all that special.
Hayden High School MVPs by team
Soroco High School MVPs by team
Playing in the state quarterfinals, the Steamboat and Cheyenne Mountain boys lacrosse teams went back and forth with Steamboat narrowly holding on. The win put the Sailors in the Final Four for the first time in school history.
The Moffat County girls basketball team had work ethic and a been-here-before attitude for the 2012-13 season. With seven seniors who had contributed varsity minutes the year before, expectations were high for the Bulldogs.
The challenge in front of Betsy Frick was daunting. The task was to restart a youth program from scratch with little to no help. But Frick said she had no reservations about the Steamboat Springs High School girls lacrosse team.
Ryan Domson’s return from a devastating offseason knee injury wasn’t the stuff of movies or sporting legend. The Hayden High School senior’s journey might not have been made for Hollywood, but it still dropped plenty of jaws across the Yampa Valley.
Senior Josie Rossi may have been farther down the offensive stat sheet, but she was one of the key cogs for the Rams girls basketball team just the same.
The spotlight was nothing new for Nic Paxton as he prepared for his senior year. Paxton jumped onto the Soroco stage as a sophomore, assuming playmaker roles on the Rams football and basketball teams.
Coach Michelle Wilkie said basketball was where Savannah Williams’ distance-running heart shined through.
Brentten “Bubba” Ivers has seen success in everything he’s done. It’s why the Moffat County senior never is satisfied with being just good.
Despite missing the fall volleyball season and half the basketball season recovering from an ACL tear to her left knee, Nikki Fry showed why she is an elite athlete.
As Peter White has navigated his junior year of playing soccer, skiing Alpine and Nordic and playing lacrosse, there isn’t a person who can say White ever took a practice or a game off.
While much of her competitive time has been spent elsewhere on the Western Slope, when you produce results like Eryn Leonard does, the news tends to make it back home all the same.
Doolin, the 2013 Yampa Valley Male Athlete of the Year, doesn’t scream and shout. His competitive heart doesn’t beat in your face. It smolders, burning on and on.
A free seminar about “How to handle an upset or agitated employee” is from 8 to 9:30 a.m. today in Colorado Northwestern Community College Academic Building Room 175.
I still have fond memories of my high school baccalaureate.