About 11,000 visitors are expected to be in town Saturday, according to the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association’s lodging barometer released Wednesday.
The duration of daylight in Steamboat Springs is increasing by about two minutes every day in January and will reach 10 hours and 7 minutes by the last day of the month.
Renters living in illegal secondary units on Buena Vista Court will have some more time to stay in their homes while their landlords try to solve some contentious parking and snow-removal problems that have been causing headaches on the cul-de-sac.
Each year, hundreds of movies hit theaters — some awful, most mediocre and a select few features that will be remembered for years to come. Without too much fanfare, here are the top 10 movies of 2016 as selected by The Bock’s Office.
After a period of high avalanche danger, the Colorado Avalanche Information Center has downgraded the local avalanche danger to low.
Organizers are expecting 500 or more people for Saturday’s Women’s March on Steamboat Springs, a positive demonstration that coincides with hundreds of others across the nation and world.
9:44 a.m. Steamboat Springs Fire Rescue firefighters were called to help people trapped in an elevator in the 2300 block of Storm Meadows Drive.
Entering its 25th season, the Steamboat Symphony Orchestra begins a new chapter in 2017 by hiring Stuart Handloff as its new executive director.
Zolopht, which plays at Schmiggity's Friday night, calls its genre funk-rock-reggae or high-desert psychedelic reggae.
The Steamboat Springs Arts Council is offering a fun, practical and eco-friendly ending to the ski gear life cycle. The council's first-ever ski repurposing workshop runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Depot Art Center.
The showcase, called “Nani,” premiered Thursday and continues with shows at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday at Steamboat Springs High School, 45 East Maple St.
We just started a new series of puppy classes. The best thing for me is to meet these bright and hopeful families who are seeking knowledge to set their life on a course of establishing a great relationship with a new family member.
Wondering what to do and where to go in Steamboat Springs? The Steamboat Pilot & Today brings you today's Top 5 Events.
Barns have long captured the imagination of the American public. They are prominent icons on the landscape and reminders of the nation's agrarian roots and hardy pioneers.
"Coloradans, like all Americans, deserve better from their national representatives. And Betsy DeVos deserves a fair and timely confirmation hearing." — Joyce Rankin
Bud Werner Memorial Library, Yampatika and the Routt National Forest present “Fire, Wildlife & Habitat: An exploration of fire and its influence in the West,” an evening with U.S. Forest Service Wildlife Biologist Missy Dressen at 6:30 p.m. Thursday in Library Hall. During this free talk, Dressen will explore the history of fire in the U.S. and work through a timeline to how fire is managed.
It's not easy adding a trick to your run if you're a competitive moguls skier. It takes lots of work in the summer and a test on the snow before you're allowed to use it in an event. That work paid off last weekend for Steamboat skier Kenzie Radway.
Steamboat Springs City Manager Gary Suiter is attributing a flurry of snow-removal complaints in the city to the combination of frequent, heavy snowfall and small private contractors not following plowing rules.
Steamboat Springs City Council members have different reactions to the news that the city’s public relations manager is manufacturing quotes for officials in city press releases.
Laura Von Boecklin is enthused about her new role at the Westminster Legacy Foundation, which is a nonprofit organization affiliated with the city of Westminster.