During the Nov. 23 meeting of the Steamboat Springs School Board, I tried to point out what I think to be some inherent and obvious conflicts of interest that, left unchallenged, would have put the school board in a precarious position in the future.
A layer of fresh snow wasn’t going to slow Bruce Darcy Thursday morning, nor was the warmth and comfort of his own bed. A 2015 Steamboat Springs High School graduate, Darcy was bursting at the seams to be reunited with his hometown buddies.
12:54 a.m. Steamboat Springs Fire Rescue firefighters were called to a report of a woman who injured her arm dancing at a bar in the 800 block of Lincoln Avenue.
A lot of people have grandiose dreams of building a house in a ski town. A minimal commute to the slopes, a ski rack inside the front door, a crackling fire … maybe even a strategically positioned dump light outside the living room that lets you monitor snowfall.
It would be a cinematic sin to reveal too much about any mystery-themed movie. However, as “Secret in Their Eyes” shows, there are worse things than spoilers.
For some reason, the catchy melody and easy-to-remember words of this song have stayed with me since early childhood, when I watched television on our bulky black-and-white TV. Maybe the words just made sense to me. The song is titled “Accentuate The Positive,” and here are the words to the first verse: “Accentuate the positive. Eliminate the negative. Latch on to the affirmative. and don’t mess with Mr. In-between.”
Most cattle operations in Routt County are cow-calf operations, which means the cow herd is maintained year-round, and a calf crop is sold in the fall. But there is so much more to it. Let’s look at the yearly cycle.
Yampa Valley Electric Association’s Operation Round Up is transitioning from an “opt-in” to an “opt-out” proposition.
Colorado’s law enforcement officers throughout the state will be working overtime throughout the holiday weekend citing and arresting those that choose to drive under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
From recipes, events and games, a few Steamboat locals share their favorite Thanksgiving traditions.
A lift ticket at the city's century-old ski hill will cost $25, not much more than the $20 lift tickets sold at Howelsen three ski seasons ago.
8:36 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a vandalism in the 2900 block of West Acres Drive. A car window had been broken.
On Sept. 7, Harkins was not feeling well and chose to stay at camp while the four people he was hunting with headed out to hunt. When the hunters returned, Harkins was gone.
Real estate market reflects a shortage of homes priced in 'sweet spot' from $1 -$1.3 million prized by location neutral workers relocating to Steamboat.
Kickoff the holiday season this Friday at the "Light Up the Night" Community Tree Lighting on the Routt County Courthouse Lawn from 6 to 7 p.m.
A judge has dismissed the case against a 54-year-old Craig man accused of kidnapping related to an incident in the late 1970s.
The Steamboat Springs swim team sent four athletes to Thornton on Saturday and Sunday, its second competition of the winter season.
The traditions that surround Steamboat Ski Area's Scholarship Day helps make the opening day something to remember.
Next week, the Steamboat Springs Symphony Orchestra will present its holiday concert, "Finding Christmas," at the Strings Music Pavilion. The concert will feature Broadway star Tiffany Haas and a variety of local musicians and singers.
A one-year trial membership in the vacation club costs $1,899 and allows members to stay at all nine properties.