“What problem are we trying to solve? How many complaints over 10 years have there been about camping? I do think there would be a little less enjoyment of peoples’ private property.” – Tony Connell
Koby Vargas was 23rd in the varsity race for Steamboat Springs’ high school mountain bike team Sunday, leading the way for the local riders at a Leadville competition.
District Attorney Brett Barkey has chosen to not ask for raises for his employees in 2015.
Less than a year after the city of Steamboat Springs was grappling with the potentially enormous cost of improving its stormwater system, the city has started to revamp its stormwater maintenance program without busting its budget or assessing property owners a new fee to help cover the cost.
A philanthropy program originally started by young professionals is aiming to exceed $100,000 in awards during its ninth season this winter.
NFL Punt, Pass and Kick 2014 Steamboat youth results for Sept. 20, 2014
Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, will be celebrated locally at 7 p.m. Wednesday and at 10 a.m. Thursday at The Ranch at Steamboat, 1800 Ranch Road. Services will be led by Rabbi Mark Goodman, the spiritual leader of Har Mishpacha, the Jewish congregation of Steamboat.
Golf, pool and bowling take center stage this weekend at long-running tournament.
The Steamboat Springs School Board heard during its Monday workshop meeting from teachers at the elementary, middle and high school levels about instructional practices in language arts.
Steamboat Springs' Bear River Bike Park is not just news to us residents here in Steamboat. Thanks to the Bell Built grant, the park has received and continues to garner national and even international attention.
Colorado Mountain College administration is aiming to work more closely with school districts near each of its campuses to attract more high school students and help them better transition to college-level coursework.
All five volunteers who sit on the city's environmental coalition allocation committee, which helps to dole out city funding to a small group of environmental nonprofits, like the Yampa Valley Sustainability Council and the Yampa Valley Land Trust, are calling on the council to increase funding to these organizations.
Tuesday’s discussion could center around the question of whether or not dwelling in nontraditional living quarters like yurts and converted buses over extended periods of time still constitutes permissible camping.
The man was on a hunting trip with his brother and a friend when he fell from the horse Saturday evening near Swamp Park, north of Mad Creek.
2:34 a.m. Officers found an intoxicated man stumbling in a lane of traffic on U.S. Highway 40 near Dream Island Plaza. The man was arrested on suspicion of violating a protection order that prohibited him from drinking alcohol. He also was charged by police for walking in the roadway while intoxicated.
Stroll outside on any early fall evening, look straight up, and there, three very bright stars will catch your eye, forming a giant triangle. The three stars are named Vega, Deneb and Altair and their familiar pattern is nicknamed the Summer Triangle.
Last spring, Mountain Montessori Charter School was established. Still in its toddler stages, it soon will grow into a full-blown working plan, and like our children, it will need your community and individual support to continue in its growth.
Colorado Mountain College is hosting a series of Town Hall meetings at campuses across the Western Slope. One of the meetings will be held at the Alpine Campus in Steamboat Springs from 3 to 4:30 p.m. Monday.
2014 Steamboat Springs Running Series: Emerald Mountain Run results
Free flu vaccinations for veterans will be administered from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday at the Steamboat Springs Community Center.