City hopes to fully staff transit
As the busy winter season approaches, the city's free bus system is forcing an age-old Economics 101 question: As demand rises, what will happen to supply?
As Summit Tigers quarterback Carlos Ebert-Santos remains paralyzed at Craig Hospital in Denver, local high school coaches and players say they are not convinced football is a dangerous sport.
One of the most popular publications at the Bud Werner Memorial Library in Steamboat Springs isn't in the stacks. A periodical with the innocuous-sounding name of "Value Line" is in such demand and so subject to people tearing pages out of it that to get your hands on it, you have to leave your driver's license at the front desk.
Emma M. Huff died Sept. 18, 2000, at the Yampa Valley Medical Center. She was 94.
Local makes bid to play women's football
Before the summer started, Diane Dwire knew almost nothing about the sport of football.
School seeks locals to teach about the area
Your job, hobbies, past experiences and connection to south Routt County are worth sharing in the South Routt School District, school officials said.
In a $34 million budget full of escalating personnel costs and major capital improvements, the most hard-fought battle was waged Tuesday by City Council members over a few hundred thousand dollars.
Realtors in other ski towns can't figure out how Steamboat does it, John Worden said. They want to know how Steamboat consistently draws 90 Realtors to attend a weekly meeting of the Multiple Listing Service.
Company trying to recruit more Aussie workers
They might consider changing the name of Walton Pond Apartments to Sydney Harbor Arms if the Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp. achieves its hiring goals in Australia this fall.
For the past several weeks, the three-room trailer that sits in the Howelsen Hill parking lot has become a second home for freestyle coach Wendy Allen.
The biggest American hero of the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney will be forgotten by most people by the time this newspaper is tossed away.
A 19-year-old Ohio man accused of arson, burglary and theft is expected to be in a Routt County courtroom this afternoon for a bond hearing.
Thursday afternoon, Colorado Attorney General Ken Salazar and Dr. Delbert Elliot, a nationally known violence prevention expert, will be in Steamboat Springs to discuss youth violence in America.
After failing miserably the first time, Routt County is expected to put its jail remodeling project back out to bid, with a higher price ceiling.
A remodeling project planned for the county's communications center, where dispatchers are short staffed and missing a director, is expected to improve morale.
The town of Oak Creek has received a new bid for trash pickup from Waste Management Inc. and for the first time curbside recycling will be offered to south Routt County.
News that a donation jar for a sick infant had been stolen opened the hearts and pocketbooks of many individuals and businesses in Steamboat Springs Tuesday. At the end of the day, some $11,000 had been collected for tiny Kyjah Merrin Burandt.
Coming off two impressive recent victories, the No. 7-ranked Steamboat Sailors continue their run at a state playoff berth when they play host to the Demons of Glenwood Springs at 4 p.m. Oct. 5 at Dudley Field.
Despite the fact the Soroco Rams' running backs combined for more than 100 yards on the ground, the south Routt County football team couldn't find the end zone against the West Grand junior varsity team and lost 34-0.
Someone irritated me enough today to prompt a bold statement that should garner a few calls: Steamboat Springs needs a good dose of illegal immigrants.
Lynn David "Dave" White died Sept. 3, 2000, in Steamboat Springs. He was 49.
The Sailors tennis team's No. 1 singles player, Rich Tifft, and No. 1 doubles team of Walker Pruett and David Upbin both finished the 2000 regular-season campaign last weekend with undefeated records in dual matches.
Community participation has waned over the years
Homecoming at Steamboat Springs High School is a tradition that has changed over the years for better and for worse, alumni and former faculty say.
With hockey season right around the corner and an updated arena to skate in, Oak Creek town officials and the Oak Creek Hockey Association are wondering whose responsibility the rink is and how it will be maintained.
Fetcher, White talk about why they should be legislators
Jay Fetcher and Al White both say they had plenty to keep them busy before they made the decision to run for the state Legislature.
Deer numbers down, and so is DOW coffer
A $4.5 million decrease in annual revenue logged by the Colorado Division of Wildlife this year may cause hunting merchants to bite the bullet until deer populations improve.
The silver cup that is awarded to the winning team in the North American Gaelic Football Championships looked out of place behind a counter at Sean Doran's auto repair shop.
Ann Battelle and Sascha I. Ayad were married Sept. 30, 2000, on the Bread Loaf Campus of Middlebury College in Middlebury, Vt., by Universal Life Minister Brian Harvey and Justice of the Peace, Kim Kimler.
Lisa Goodrich and Ben Carter were married June 10, 2000, at the Euzoa Bible Church in Steamboat Springs with Rob Ryg officiating.
Janice Diane Rudenauer and Michael Stephen Shaler were married Sept. 8, 2000, at the Church of the Resurrection in Hingham, Mass., with the Rev. Arthur Calter officiating.
The owner of the popular coffee spot Mocha Molly's has taken away her tables and chairs at the Old Town Square shopping center on Lincoln Avenue. It wasn't unruly dogs that prompted the latest move, but unruly transients.
High school students from south Routt and elementary school students from Steamboat Springs spent last week bridging the gap between their Routt County hometowns, learning about their environment and beautifying the banks of the Yampa River one tree at a time.
Youth learn from 4-H that the real power behind firearms is knowledge
Around 40 children from the ranch and from the city took aim at shooting awards as well as gun safety and knowledge through the Routt County 4-H shooting program this past year.