Chris Zirkle, a Hayden High School graduate, was at his very best in his very last high school event four years ago, winning two state championships at the state track meet. Saturday, at his last collegiate track meet, he was again at his best.
The Turkey Trot returns Thursday with new management.
Powder should be aplenty Wednesday morning when Steamboat Ski Area opens for the 2014-15 season.
9:27 p.m. Officers were called to a report of two women not getting along in the 2900 block of Burgess Creek Road. One of the women thought the other one was wearing her shirt. They owned the same shirt.
At about 9:30 p.m. Nov. 6, another female motorist was pulled over by a suspected police impersonator driving a dark colored sedan with flashing lights in the windshield, on U.S. 40, near mile marker 103, between Craig and Hayden.
Adult rec volleyball results for Nov. 24, 2014
Additional discretionary funding at Steamboat Springs schools would support a more thriving art program, teachers told the school board Monday.
Steamboat Springs Fire Rescue and the Young Professionals Network will be collecting donations for the Routt County Together Holiday Exchange Market at various locations across Steamboat on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Steamboat Springs police have arrested a man they think broke into a car wash and stole money.
The candidate who becomes the new airport manager will set his or her wheels down in the middle of the busy ski resort season at Yampa Valley Regional Airport, which sees the bulk of its commercial airline traffic for the year in a span of 16 weeks.
The Steamboat Springs Police Department on Friday arrested a 46-year-old Steamboat man on suspicion of charges related to child pornography.
Police say no significant discoveries were made during the autopsies that were performed Monday on the two Steamboat residents found dead in the back of a pickup Saturday.
From an exhausted skier to a family that doesn't want to pack into a car on a snowy night to that man who doesn't want to make the trip to the grocery store, Wunder can think of a number of different people who will use her new delivery business.
9:17 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a person in the 800 block of Yahmonite Street who lost a cell phone.
What’s that flashy, golden star hovering over the northeastern mountains as darkness falls in late November? It’s Capella, the third-brightest star visible in Colorado skies and the brightest star in the constellation of Auriga, the Charioteer.
It’s ironic that a perfectly timed powder dump makes a challenge to open Steamboat Ski Area. But the promise of untracked snow is always a boon to Wednesday’s Scholarship Day, the traditional opening of the ski area.
There’s a reason the term "Champagne Powder" was coined in Steamboat Springs in 1958 by Kremmling rancher Joe McElroy. The ski area gets some of the most and best powder not only in the state, but the enitre country.
Celebrating its 50th anniversary just last year, Steamboat Ski Area continues to better its on-mountain experience for guests, from base area enhancements that let you saddle up to a bar and music stage to mountainside eateries, grooming and additional night skiing options.
Percy Jackson has nothing on Steamboat Springs. While he may be the son of Poseidon, the Yampa Valley and its 100-year-old, world-renowned Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club (SSWSC) is parent to more Olympians than any other town in the country.
If you’re here already, you know that getting to Steamboat Springs is now easier than it ever was back in the old stagecoach days.