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Community Agriculture Alliance: The industry across the state

September 17, 2019

Rocky Mountain Farmers Union Director of Communications Robert Kjelland visited with Colorado Commissioner of Agriculture Kate Greenberg about her ongoing initiative to get out and meet farmers, ranchers, community leaders and agribusiness owners across the...



Colorado Master Gardener: Gardening season extenders

September 17, 2019

We know that colder temperatures are coming — and soon. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Steamboat Springs’ average date of a temperature below 32.6 degrees is Aug. 20 and below 28.6 degrees...


Monday Medical: The role of the hospitalist

September 16, 2019

If you’ve ever been hospitalized, chances are you’ve been seen by a hospitalist — a physician who cares for patients during their hospital stay. Dr. Gary Breen, a hospitalist for UCHealth Yampa Valley Medical Center,...


City Council FYI: Council reflections

September 15, 2019

Late summer and fall bring going back to school; family routines; a time of order, reflection and promise. So many of us can finally breathe and plan for the months ahead. Those of us in...




Grand Futures: Should you drug test your child?

September 9, 2019

Growing up is never easy, and being a parent these days presents a whole host of challenges. Peer pressure to experiment with drugs can be difficult to resist for youth. As a parent, you may...



Spoke Talk: The challenges of commuting

September 4, 2019

So, put down your coffee and take a seat. I think mountain biking is ridiculous. Biking uphill is unmitigated torture, and downhill seems like a fast, awkward way to get myself killed in nature. Still...



Monday Medical: Understanding your blood

September 2, 2019

Coursing just below the surface of your skin is your body’s very own transportation highway: your blood. Its brings oxygen and nutrients to cells, allows the brain and organs to communicate and helps the immune...




Spoke Talk: An eighth-grade look at the Colorado Classic

August 28, 2019

This past week, I had the opportunity to meet some of the professional female racers that came to town for the Colorado Classic stage race. This women-only race was inspiring, motivational and encouraging for me...


Monday Medical: Diabetes and drinks

August 26, 2019

For people with diabetes, sugary beverages can make managing blood sugar a challenge. But with refreshing, creative, lower-carb options, you don’t have to miss out. “It’s possible for people with diabetes to enjoy beverages, maintain...


Old Town Hot Springs: Do this to get ready for ski season

August 25, 2019

There are few sports that exercise as many areas of the body as skiing and snowboarding. Creating high-quality runs requires stamina, strength and flexibility, particularly in the hips and lower body. The constant vibrations acting...