The Steamboat Sailors volleyball team was back in action on Thursday, as the team put a whippin' on the Huskies of Battle Mountain, and walked away with its 12th win of the season.
The fortunate essayist who wins half of a duplex here will certainly come out ahead, but not $499,800 ahead. The tax man will want his share of the prize.
The last thing John and Barb Shipley dreamed of when they retired for the evening on Aug. 27 was that before the night was out, 16 guests in their care would be evacuated from a burning building. But that's just what happened, and Barb Shipley shudders to think of what might have occurred hadn't all the fire safety systems in place at The Ridge townhomes worked to perfection.
"Call me Scrooge," Councilwoman Arianthe Stettner said as she moved to cut the July Fourth fireworks funding during a city budget retreat. "But I just don't want to see our money go up in smoke."
Private businesses and residents in and around Steamboat Springs will have access to state-of-the-art telecommunications at an affordable price, including a high-speed Internet connection, if negotiations between the City of Steamboat Springs and NC Telecom are successful.
Lying on a couch in the living room, surrounded by family and friends, Jerod Faucett took one last breath and ended his five-year battle with Leukemia.
Some of Steamboat's leading restaurateurs were keeping an eye on a contract vote Thursday night involving food purveyor Nobel/Sysco and some of its employees.
The Sailors soccer team exorcised its Demons away Thursday as they avenged a Sept. 21 loss to Glenwood Springs and came away with a 2-0 win in front of hometown fans at Dudley Field.
Coming off an emotional three-point loss to Palisade on Sept. 29, the No. 10-ranked Steamboat Sailors football team looks to regroup and score a big victory against the Battle Mountain Huskies tonight at home.
Complaints about above ground power lines in Stagecoach prompted a new Routt County zoning proposal that would affect subdivisions in all the county.
Colorado Attorney General Ken Salazar stopped in Steamboat Thursday near the end of a whirlwind tour of every county in Colorado to discuss the issue of youth violence. From 1 to 2 P.M. Salazar and Dr. Delbert Elliot of the University of Colorado, held court in the Human Services Center to explain the mission of Safe Communities-Safe Schools.
It may be the 21st Century, but Routt County has just caught up to the 20th century when it comes to banking its employees' checks.