Search and rescue volunteer Kristia Check-Hill said the woman in her late 30s called 911 at 11:30 p.m. Saturday night to report she couldn't get back to her vehicle because she was lost in the woods.
8:35 p.m. Officers and Routt County Sheriff's Office deputies were called to a report of a strange man who asked an 11-year-old boy for water and then started to chase him at Spring Creek Park. The boy made it back to his mother, and deputies contacted the man.
Council members Scott Ford and Sonja Macys, who have twice this year made unsuccessful efforts to seek a new city manager, asked for the closed door session about Deb Hinsvark that could take place tonight.
Kidd: Decision is unfortunate
The site of the 2022 Winter Olympics was announced Friday, and local Olympians and Olympic hopefuls met the news with mixed reactions.
When four to five finalists are selected, they will be brought to Steamboat for interviews and to meet with community members. City Manager Deb Hinsvark said the search process should take about 90 days.
Her announcement ensures that there will be at least three new council members on the dais in November.
Craig Fire/Rescue responded to three fires in Moffat County on Sunday and another Monday morning.
The annual Perseid meteor shower is cranking up and is expected to peak around 2 a.m. MDT Thursday, Aug. 13.
Rodeo No. 7, August 1
The city of Steamboat Springs will begin several projects in August to improve the taxiways and runway at Bob Adams Field in Steamboat Springs.
When Heather Gollnick first had the idea of competing in Ironman Boulder, it was because she wanted to better understand the race for her IronEdge Coaching triathlon team. But Gollnick’s competiveness — the same one that has carried her to five Ironman championships — simply can’t be caged when an opportunity presents itself.
Jack Burger, a 2011 Steamboat Springs High School graduate, is making his return to the Yampa Valley as the new boys' tennis coach at SSHS.
The Colorado school required immunization schedule requires students in kindergarten through 12th grade to have two varicella (chicken pox) immunizations at the beginning of the 2015-16 school year.
Bryan Fletcher knew he could celebrate. As he closed in on the finish line during Saturday’s U.S. Nordic Combined Championships in Soldier Hollow, Utah, he allowed himself to let up and give the crowd what it wanted.
2:35 a.m. Officers were called to a report of a drunk person who was lost in the 2400 block of Storm Meadows Drive. The person was handed over to a sober friend.
A cold drink of water tastes amazing on a hot summer day. Water is one of the most natural, healthy beverages children can drink. Encouraging children to quench their thirst with water will help them develop a taste for it, an important step toward life-long health.
We are fortunate to have Lift-Up of Routt County, which provides emergency food assistance to almost 2,000 individuals each year at its three sites (Hayden, South Routt and Steamboat Springs). Thanks to the generous support of our community (churches, grocers, individuals), their food bank shelves stay stocked.
While the world of medical coding may not seem all that interesting, it’s certainly important to many aspects of healthcare.
Just three months remain for Steamboat Springs School District officials to make their case for why the community should support a bond measure to fund a new high school and capital upgrades that come with a price tag in excess of $90 million.
With as many as 10,000 baby boomers across America reaching the age of 65 each day, helping seniors navigate Medicare has become a growing task for local counselors.