December 1, 2018 — Local residents gathered inside St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church in Breckenridge with their skis, snowboards, snowshoes and one snow shovel for the third annual blessing of winter gear on Wednesday night. Celebrating the joy of living in the mountains and honoring those who make
November 24, 2018 — In the spirit of Thanksgiving week, Santa arrived early via the Pisten Bully Snowcat machines at Copper Mountain's Center Village as families cheered in excitement on Friday night. The annual event kicked off the holiday season with the resort already having 51 inches of snowfall
November 10, 2018 — Over 300 girls, with an additional 300 participants, dressed in spirit and ran for the 4th annual Girls on the Run 5k event despite windy and snowy conditions along Lake Dillon Saturday morning — a stark contrast to the warm, T-shirt weather a year ago.
November 3, 2018 — Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, an ancient tradition of Mexican roots, was high in the spirit in Breckenridge on the Breckenridge Arts District campus. Hosted by BreckCreate, face painting, a group run, a flash mob and many other art classes were
November 1, 2018 — Families and children in costumes flocked Frisco's Main Street for the annual trick-or-treating event on Halloween night. Local businesses on the street and the Frisco Historic Museum stayed open to hand out sweets until 8 p.m. for a safe, but spooky, night.
October 6, 2018 — Amid cold, late-evening shoulder-season temperatures on the Silverthorne Performing Arts Center lawn, the First Friday spirit was alive with snowboarding fans viewing Absinthe Film's new flick, "Stay Tuned." Along with hot food served by Mountain Lyon Cafe's food truck, fresh coffee from Red Buffalo Cafe's
September 29, 2018 — Pre-school aged students crawled out of the classroom following Red, White & Blue firefighter-paramedic Chris Drumwright in his full gear on Thursday morning at the Little Red SchoolHouse in Breckenridge. As part of the demonstration in case of a fire emergency, the two firefighter-paramedics led
September 22, 2018 — The sun had already dipped behind the Ten-Mile Range on Thursday. Several volunteers led by the Summit Fat Tire Society arrived at Peaks Trail with shovels, spades and pickaxes. The non-profit, all-volunteer board made up of year-round locals who love to mountain bike came out
September 11, 2018 — For less than 20 minutes on Tuesday morning, a little over a mile on Highway 9 north of Silverthorne was occupied by more than 60 cows. The animals stomped their way on pavement between the Quaking Creek Ranch and the winter pasture at the Triple
September 8, 2018 — One of the earliest and highest Oktoberfests in the county occurs in Breckenridge, just as the leaves change colors this weekend. As stein- holders enjoy German food, oompah and polka music, and Paulaner bier along Main Street, the Trachten Erhaltungs Verein Edelweiss members perform traditional
August 25, 2018 — Hundreds of high school athletes compete in the two-day mountain bike racing competition, The Frisco Bay Invite, on the punishing routes of Frisco Bay Peninsula. The invite is the first race of the season with the next events in Leadville, Granby, Eagle, and the qualifying
August 18, 2018 — Nestled inside the dredge-boat mining ruins in French Gulch, hikers drop their jaws in awe of the seven young acrobats flying above the rock piles with their ability, strength and skill. The circus teaser existed 20 minutes on Thursday ahead of their last on-stage performance
August 4, 2018 — Over a hundred four-legged registrants with their owners lined up on Frisco's Main Street for the LAPS K94K on Saturday morning. The nonprofit, which provides financial assistance to low-income families and workers in Summit County for veterinary bills, held the 28th annual fundraiser under clear
July 28, 2018 — The "Best Mac and Cheese" title is up for grabs as local businesses sample theirs to the tourists at Copper Mountain Center Village on Saturday. From the craftiest to the cheesiest, the annual Mac and Cheese Fest continues today from noon to 5 p.m.
July 21, 2018 — Nestled between flowers across the Alpine Garden Center Tuesday morning in Silverthorne, women underneath umbrellas and sun hats paint their subjects of various flowers, old buildings and other historical valuables of Summit County. The Women of Watercolor group meet weekly in the summer months to
July 19, 2018 — The String Cheese Incident played two sold-out concerts at the Dillon Amphitheater on Tuesday and Wednesday. The events were the first ticketed events at the amphitheater since undergoing a major renovation over the past year. Tickets sold out almost as quickly as they could be
July 14, 2018 — They climbed over the Continental Divide three times between three ski resorts on a mountain bike, then dozens of Breckenridge 100 Ultra participants were able to catch their breath while riding downhill toward Carter Park Saturday afternoon. From start to finish, the race course included
July 7, 2018 — Friday morning, nearly three dozen volunteers, young and old, worked to restore the forest damaged by illegal camping along the crystal clear Peru Creek near Montezuma. The Friends of the Dillon Ranger District supervisors led the group with tools needed to transplant young trees to