Real estate transactions for Sept. 12 to 18, 2014
In the article entitled “Winter air service plan program approved” in Wednesday’s Steamboat Today, readers should take note that Mr. Porter, LMD chairman, exclusively uses the term “seats” when referring to the rosy colored picture of the program.
I still think the most logical place for a new police station is the Iron Horse Inn.
I thought the opinion of the Steamboat Today that gave advice to Oak Creek was cavalier. Does any of your staff live in Oak Creek? When stating that “we urge, we think,” who actually is the we?
I think it would be helpful to explain to the town why you should drive all the way up to the merge point in construction zones.
The Bear River Bike Park will reopen Friday after a temporary closure. It was closed in order for Routt County Riders to make improvements to the park. Improvements included completing the return of the free ride downhill jump line. For more information, visit Routt County Riders at www.routtcounty
Wyatt Arce scored in the 79th minute, putting a shudder into the Huskies, but Battle Mountain soccer hung on for a 2-1 victory against the Sailors on Thursday night in Edwards.
The Steamboat Springs High School volleyball team was challenged like never before Thursday night at Eagle Valley, but the Sailors pulled through a five-set thriller to improve to 9-0.
Funding of $17,000 from the Colorado Waste Tire Program is available to cleanup nearly 4,000 tires from four sites in Routt County including one in Oak Creek Canyon where an estimated 3,000 tires are being stored.
The majority of Wildhorse Marketplace, including the buildings currently leased to Wildhorse Stadium Cinemas and Sports Authority as well as two undeveloped lots, has been sold for $17 million to a Steamboat Springs family's company.
The Hayden School Board voted Aug. 20 to officially ask local voters to approve a renewal of the district's 2010 property tax increase in November. The tax that generates more than $321,000 annually for its district.
The Steamboat Farmers Market was revitalized this season due in large part to a change in venue offering more space for vendors and visitors.
This weekend the inaugural DitchFest event kicks off for a day full of eclectic music, art and more, highlighting the local talent found in Oak Creek.
We all have the urge to play the Good Samaritan for people in times of trouble. Even so, you know what they say about “No Good Deed,” and the movie of the same name isn’t going to inspire you to have faith in that lonesome hitchhiker on the side of the road any more than you did before.
After a week filled with sunshine and warm weather, rain is expected to return to the Steamboat Springs area Friday afternoon.
The film adaption of "Rocky Horror Picture Show" meshes comedy and horror into a musical that involves the participation of all audience members. This Saturday, the movie comes to Steamboat with a midnight showing at the Chief Theater.
The Steamboat Pilot & Today is accepting letters of interest from readers who would like to serve as community representatives on the newspaper’s Editorial Board. Those representatives will be asked to serve a four-month term beginning in November.
12:42 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a person who thought a construction flagger near 13th Street had been drinking. The flagger was sent home before officers arrived.
At my age, if I said I’m surprised by my gravity-altered body, I’d sound no brighter than a collie being amazed by ticks after a romp in the woods. Some things in life are as certain as a stalemate in Congress.
About 7,856 visitors are expected to be in town Saturday, according to the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association’s lodging barometer. The figure represents 50 percent capacity at area lodging properties, with downtown occupancy at 84 percent. On the mountain, hotels are forecast at 63 percent capacity, and condos are predicted to be 33 percent full.