Saturday Sept.27th the Colorado Mountain Club is celebrating National Public Lands Day in Summit County! CMC needs volunteers to work with the Forest Service to complete trail restoration on Tenderfoot Mountain. CMC will provide food, beverages, project leadership and fun! No experience necessary, project is free and open to the public. Register online at cmc.org/stewardship.
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KIDN The Mountain welcomes PSAs from non-profit organizations and government agencies in Rout and Moffat County to air on KIDN 97.3 & 95.9. KIDN cannot guarantee all announcements will air, however every attempt will be made to accommodate submitted PSAs. All submissions are on a first come, first served basis. If you would like guaranteed […]
KFMU welcomes PSA’s from non-profit organizations and government agencies in Routt and Moffat County to air on KFMU 104.1/105.5 KFMU cannot guarantee all announcements will air, however every attempt will be made to accommodate submitted PSAs. All submissions are on a first come, first served basis. If you would like guaranteed placement, please email [email protected] […]
It’s unlikely that many of the Latinos who listen to La Nueva Mix, a popular Spanish radio station based in Glenwood Springs, know who Ella Dreamer is. Yet whether they know her or not, La Nueva Mix listeners did Dreamer and families like hers a tremendous service last week when they donated $53,245 to St. Jude during a two-day marathon fundraiser hosted by La Nueva Mix.
Figure skater Jeremy Abbott, 28, began skating at the Aspen Ice Garden when he was two years old. Later, his family moved to Colorado Springs so he could train. This season is the four-time national champion’s last.
The United States has chosen six-time Olympian and Steamboat Springs native Todd Lodwick to be the team’s flag bearer at Friday’s opening ceremony for the Sochi Games.
Snowboarder Taylor Gold waited with baited breath as Arielle stood at the top of the pipe. He had already qualified for his first Olympic Games, but he couldn’t celebrate until he knew his sister, Arielle, was going with him. Growing up in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, there are more Olympians than Starbucks, but sibling Olympians? That’s a little bit less common.
Parents love this annual event ’cause their young ones can let off steam in a huge arena filled with activities just for them.
By all accounts, Kevin Pearce never should have lived. The former pro snowboarder and Olympic Half Pipe frontrunner suffered a devastating crash in 2009, the sort most people don’t walk away from. After two years and thousands of hours of rehab, he returned to the snow in triumphant form. But the story doesn’t end there…