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The Doctor Is In - Dr. Henry F. Fabian, Jr., Spinal Implant Developer

08/12/2012 ● By Grant Johnson

Spinal surgery used to involve inserting bulky rods and screws. Now spinal implants are no bigger than cuff links.

Routt County Fire Restrictions Downgraded to Stage One

08/08/2012 ● By Christina Freeman

By Kiersten HenryRecent rainfall in Routt County has brought much relief tolocals. We saw over three inches of rain in July, which helped restoreSteamboat’s summertime green hues and reduced the threa

Behind the Scenes of the Women Rocking The ‘Boat Photo Shoot With Photographer Corey Kopischke

08/08/2012 ● By Brian O

Professional commercial and wedding photographer Corey Kopischke shares a few tips on how he created beautiful images of Steamboat’s 2012 “Women Rocking the ‘Boat.”

Yampa Valley College

06/30/2012 ● By Amanda DeVos

Last August more than 80 alumni, professors, staff and friends - some returning to Steamboat Springs for the first time in more than four decades.

Life in Food and Words

04/15/2012 ● By Susan Cunningham

Steamboat wife and mom Krysta MacGray, whose blog, "My Life In Food," gets more than 30,000 hits per month. Krysta MacGray makes all of her recipes at least twice: once following the recipe, and a second time to improve it.

Enduring Voices

12/01/2011 ● By Christina Freeman

IN A TOWN THAT PRIDES ITSELF on its Western roots, it’s easy to see how cowboy stories could drown out the voices of the area’s earliest inhabitants. “Enduring Voices: Celebrating the Ute People of the Yampa Valley”

Steamboat’s Antique Finds

12/01/2011 ● By Deborah Olsen

ROMANIA, AFRICA, GERMANY, FRANCE … even occasionally, Colorado. The antique market in Steamboat Springs is unpredictable, says Annie Tisch of Annie’s Home Consignments.

Cookies For Cash

12/01/2011 ● By Kelly Silva Stahl

The pumpkin pies and cookies will have to be homemade this year as Steamboat Springs’ elementary schools replace their usual fundraisers.

Taking on the Town - Locals from tot to senior embrace Town Challenge

07/01/2011 ● By Lane Malone

At coffee shops, around water-coolers and at the grocery store on Thursdays after a Town Challenge Series Race, locals are talking about their results, their friends’ finishes, that week’s course and the next event.

Music Stirs the Spirit

07/01/2011 ● By Anonymous

The audience grows quiet as Steamboat Symphony Orchestra conductor Ernest Richardson walks quickly to center stage. When he raises his baton and the musicians play their first few notes, palpable electricity fills the room.