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The Steamboat Ski Area's plan to build a new mountain coaster and mini-golf course at the base of Mount Werner had a mostly smooth ride Tuesday at a city planning commission meeting.
Two highly entertaining, new novels would make great gifts for the mom who needs a Sunday afternoon on the couch.
Season passes are now available for purchase at Haymaker Golf Course, and early season prices will apply to those who purchase a pass by today.
For week of May 2
For week of May 2
For the first time in a handful of weeks, the Soroco High School track and field team did not break any school records when it competed Friday at the Clint Wells Invitational in Craig. In fact, nothing really stood out to Soroco coach David Bruner as being special. Even freshman Chloe Veilleux’s dominance in the mile and two-mile races was nothing surprising.
Baseball season is well underway around the country and even for a few Steamboat Springs teams. The season is coming hard for Steamboat itself, too, and Tuesday, the local youth league organization, Yampa Valley Youth Baseball, will host a fundraiser to help prepare.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls lacrosse team lost Friday, falling 20-5 on the road against Grand Junction.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls soccer team didn’t get a ton of chances Friday afternoon, but it took advantage of enough of them, then again leaned on a strong defensive effort and on a few outstanding plays from goalie Ocoee Wilson.
Sundberg tends rain gauge for 44 years
The National Weather Service is reporting that the official weather site for Steamboat Springs has seen 3.24 inches of precipitation this month compared to the “normal” amount for April 29 of 2.32 inches.
Artists of the Circle 7 Fine Art Gallery no longer have their work at the 1009 Lincoln Ave. location.
Four hundred domestic horses, driven by authentic cowboys and city slickers alike, will trot their way through Maybell on Sunday.
The biggest mining company in the United States, which declared bankruptcy April 13, has posted bonds to ensure its Twentymile Mine in Routt County gets reclaimed in the event it were to close.
"The real issue is not baiting the poor bears and inciting them to do battle with trash containers." — Paul Wellman
A head-on crash on the top of a snowy Rabbit Ears Pass closed down U.S. Highway 40 on Friday afternoon.
8:38 p.m. Officers were called to a report of a bear at a home in the 2500 block of Liftline Way. A bear reportedly had broken into the home last year. This time, the resident could hear the bear pawing on the back of the house. Police found a screen had been torn off, and footprints were found. The bear could not be located.
RMC Health, the Colorado Department of Education and The Colorado Education Initiative are partnering to present a training session for school-level staff to foster healthy student choices outside the classroom, according to a news release.
Sailors battle through nasty mid-game storm, lose 12-7
Mother Nature did about all she could to end Thursday's high school girls lacrosse game between Steamboat Springs and Battle Mountain. But an army of shovel-wielding parents, a determined coach and an athletic director with a snow-plow equipped pickup didn't let a nasty mid-game storm cancel the game.
The national festival promoter, Howard Alan Events, will return to Colorado this summer with five juried art shows, including the Yampa River Fine Art Stroll in August.