Tag Archives: Steamboat Springs

Former Steamboat Athlete Goes Into Hall Of Fame

tom-southall-234x300Tom Southall, who overcame a physical disability to become one of the best athletes in Colorado history, will be inducted this year into the “National High School Hall of Fame”.  Southall attended Steamboat Springs High School from 1979 to 1981, where he excelled in football, basketball and track and field.  Southall will be Colorado’s 22nd member in the National High School Hall of Fame, and the only one to represent Northwest Continue reading

Friday Night State Wrestling Results

STATE-WRESTLING-LISTEN-LIVEFriday’s Semi Final and 2nd Round Consolation Results

Moffat County
132 – Issik Herod – won 2-0
170 – Mikinzie Klimper – won 17-5
182 – Hugo Hernandez – won 11-3
195 – Brett Loyd – lost 8-5 (out of tournament)
220 – Stelios Peroulis – won 4-1

Steamboat Springs
106 – Colton Pasternak – won 3-2
132 – Dakota Thvedt – lost 6-4 (out of tournament)
160 – Hayden Johnson – won (in championship final) Continue reading

State Wrestling LIVE on 93.7 102.3 KRAI & KRAI.COM

The High School State Wrestling Championships get underway today. You can follow all the Northwest Colorado wrestlers through the tournament by listen to our live broadcast on 93-7 102-3 KRAI or online at KRAI.COM. For the third consecutive year, cousins Dennis and Anton Fredrickson will call the action. Both are former high school state champions, Dennis for SoRoCo and Anton for Hayden.  Our coverage begins at 2:45 this afternoon with the 2A and 3A preliminaries. Meeker, the number two ranked 2A team in the state, has 10 wrestlers at the tournament. Moffat County has 6. Steamboat and Hayden are each sending 3. SoRoCo has 2 and Rangely and West Grand have 1 each. One of the biggest stories of the Continue reading

27 Northwest Colorado Wrestlers Advance To State Tournament

wrestling-139 area wrestlers claimed medals at the 2A and 3A regional tournaments this weekend.  27 of those will compete at the state championships in Denver beginning this Thursday.   Meeker, the number two ranked 2A team in the state, is taking 10 wrestlers and will be a legitimate challenger to claim the team title this year.  Moffat County placed 8 wrestlers at the regional tournament.  6 Moffat County Wrestlers will compete at state this year.   Moffat County and Continue reading

Snow! Where Does It Go?

WINTER-DRIVING-300Where to put all the snow.  That’s the dilemma facing residents, businesses and government in Northwest Colorado.  As the snow piles continued to grow it’s important that everyone do what they can to keep the streets and sidewalks safe, and clear. Here are some Continue reading

Blood Drive In Steamboat Thursday

BLOOD-DRIVE2The Yampa Valley Medical Center will hold a Steamboat Community Blood Drive on  Thursday January 7th from 12:30 to 6 pm.  To schedule an appointment call the Bonfils Appointment Center at (800) 365-0006 option 2. You may also sign up online at www.bonfils.org using site code 0234. Continue reading

Don’t Let Water Pipes Freeze

broken_pipe2Winter weather can cause pipes to burst in your household or business plumbing.   Below are some excellent tips for avoiding costly damage. Continue reading

Recycle Your Christmas Tree In Steamboat

christmas tree recyclingThe City of Steamboat’s annual Christmas Tree recycling program is going on now through the end of the month, trees may be dropped off anytime in the Northeast corner of the Howelsen Ice Arena parking lot. Before dropping off a tree you are asked to remove all tinsel, ornaments, lights Continue reading

Steamboat Working To Clear Streets Of Snow

steamboat-logo-charcoal-300Steamboat Springs has received over 30 inches of snow fall in the past four days. To help clear the streets, Steamboat’s Public Works Department has added road graders to assist their sand truck in plowing. Continue reading

Steamboat Gets Early Start On Tree Recycling

christmas tree recyclingThe City of Steamboat is getting an early start on their annual Christmas Tree recycling program. Now through the end of the month, trees may be dropped off anytime in the Northeast corner of the Howelsen Ice Arena parking lot. Before dropping off a tree you are asked to remove all tinsel, ornaments, lights and nails. Also, wreaths will not be accepted. The Continue reading

Skiing Contributes 5 Billion To US Econonomy

skiing-on-moneyA new study says skiiers contribute nearly $5 billion to the economy. The study from Colorado Ski Country US and Vail Resorts shows skiing and snowboarding account for roughly 46,000 full-time jobs across the state. Much of the money Continue reading

Steamboat Special Event Funding Available

City-of-SteamboatThe City of Steamboat Springs has Special Event Funds available to support events, planned for the non-ski season months, that contribute to Steamboat’s objective of being a year-round visitor destination. The “Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Continue reading