The developers of the First National Bank of Steamboat Springs will return to City Council Tuesday night with a smaller building and a revised site plan.
Mountain bike racers will have to wait one more week before the Town Challenge Series resumes.
Woman becomes first to score 300 at Grand Junction alley
Steamboat Springs bowler Joyce Hoekstra stood on the approach of the No. 27 lane at the Orchard Mesa bowling center in Grand Junction on Sunday, nervously preparing to roll the most important ball of her life.
Steamboat Springs City Council will consider committing $216,700 Tuesday night to leverage state transportation grants for the expansion of the Stockbridge Transit Center.
The Suicide Crisis Intervention Lifeline group is confident that $6,000 earmarked by the county for the group will come through, and in the meantime is not relaxing its efforts to prevent suicide in Routt County.
A construction worker who was arrested in June on suspicion of assault after allegedly slashing the arm of another man appeared in court on Monday for a preliminary hearing in his felony assault case.
A former employee of the Steamboat Grand Hotel and his friend were arrested at 12:30 a.m. on June 16 after allegedly taking a Moen faucet and hardware accessories from the hotel.
A former employee of M&M Auto was arrested at 5:45 p.m. on Saturday after allegedly breaking into M&M several times and stealing money from the cash register.
A local man led police on a brief car chase and escaped into the dark on foot early Monday morning before being arrested near Central Park Plaza five and a half hours later.
An Ohio man was rescued from the Spring Creek Trail on Sunday afternoon after he sustained an upper leg fracture in a fall from his mountain bike.
The Yampa Valley Medical Center Auxiliary and the Bonfils Blood Center are joining forces again to collect as much blood as they can at the Steamboat Community Blood Drive. The drive will be held from 12:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday at the Steamboat Airport
The Colorado Wildlife Commission has guaranteed that 60 percent of deer and elk draw licenses will be available to Colorado residents next year.
Railway and road projects will impact motorists from Steamboat Springs to Hayden starting this week.