The 2014-15 wrestling season is expected to be a rebuilding year for Steamboat Springs High School and new coach Travis Bryant. But Bryant insists the young squad is full of hard workers, and future success is imminent.
The concern is that the bears will get too comfortable and make the area underneath the decking their winter home.
This Saturday, downtown businesses will be giving shoppers a sweet treat as part of Small Business Saturday and to entice them to browse around each store.
Zachary R. Sabel, a 1995 graduate of Steamboat Springs High School, has spent the last seven years of his life redirecting his career goals toward skydiving. Last week, he and 51 others set a jumping world record in Arizona.
On Rabbit Ears Pass Thursday morning hardened clumps of snow in the trees warmed in the sun and began to fall from the branches of lodgepole pines to clatter noisily over the icy surface of the snowpack.
2:01 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of man passed out behind a car at Yampa and Eighth Streets. He was taken to detox.
It is that time of year again when Routt County families will head out into the forest to find that perfect Christmas tree. Or maybe a not-so-perfect tree.
A family law attorney has taken the reigns at Northwest Rocky Mountain Court Appointed Special Advocates.
Yampa Valley Data Partners releases a regional economic forecast each quarter. Here's a summary of their report from the 2014 fourth quarter.
The Hayden Congregational Church will host a few events that everyone is welcome to attend.
On Thursday afternoon, food was in abundance as community members gathered for a traditional Thanksgiving Day meal provided by Routt County United Way volunteers.
Light Up the Night, an event locals know is the true start for the winter season will take place this Friday night on the courthouse lawn at 6 p.m.
For the first time this Saturday, Butcherknife Brewing Company will host a Shave Down Party to bring awareness to men's health, one mustache at a time.
Thankful? There certainly wasn't any shortness of thanks to be given Thursday morning at the annual Steamboat Springs Turkey Trot.
Icy hard pack conditions weren’t enough to deter hundreds of skiers who flocked to Steamboat Ski Area Thursday for some turkey day turns.
2:54 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a disturbance in the 1300 block of Dream Island Plaza. A party was going on in a trailer, and several young adults got into a fight. A woman involved was arrested for underage drinking, menacing, third-degree assault and criminal mischief.
We drink it, we grow food with it, we play in it — the Yampa River Watershed provides for our community in a way that the early settlers recognized when they built Steamboat Springs at the confluence of the Yampa River and six tributary streams.
Given the title of the series and the time of its release, you can’t talk about “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1” without making a Thanksgiving joke. The difficulty with that is that while people may be ravenous for more of the franchise, right now, they’re only getting appetizers.
I was thinking of the ways that dogs are giving us reasons to be thankful for the part they play in enriching our very existence. Doing research on this topic made me realize that I would have to write a book, so I’m touching on a few areas and leave some stories for future articles.
Hayden Public Library will be closed Thursday and Friday for the Thanksgiving holiday. The library will reopen Saturday.