For the seventh time in eight years, the Steamboat Springs soccer team clinched the league title as the team breezed past the Rifle Bears with a 2-0 win in its final regular-season game Oct. 14 at Rifle.
In a move that council members believe will help put a stop to the city's subsidization of growth, the City Council voted unanimously on first reading Tuesday night to increase planning fees by many times their current rate.
Top local pair rebounds from loss with three-straight wins to earn third place for second consecutive year
After losing in the first round of the state tournament in Pueblo last Thursday, an agonizing wait began for Steamboat Springs tennis players David Upbin and Walker Pruett.
Jessica Johnson tallied eight kills and Maggie McElhinney dished out 16 assists as the Steamboat Sailors volleyball team defeated the Glenwood Springs Demons in two games at home Oct. 14.
Three miles of Trout Creek restoredon Creek Ranch luxury subdivision
It should come as no surprise that there are trout in Trout Creek. But the fish that Colorado is known for haven't always thrived in the creek that winds its way out of the Flat Tops toward its confluence with the Yampa River, about 10 miles west of Steamboat Springs.
California pro opens 7th Street Hair
Cindy Berta gives her clients something extra at 7th Street Hair. Call it a "funky and fun" experience. Berta, who opened her shop in September, doesn't just put 20 years of expertise as a hairdresser into every cut. She makes sure every client leaves feeling energized.
American Skiing Co. Chairman Les Otten said this week that improved performance by the company's real estate division is the key to reversing disappointing revenue performance in fiscal year 2000 that led to ASC reporting a $52.5 million loss this week.
Sailors runners hoping for bid to state meet
The members of the Sailors cross country teams were standing just outside the entrance of the Steamboat Springs High School Monday afternoon anxiously waiting for a bit of news.
The Soroco Rams football team put it all together in its last game of the year against Plateau Valley and came away with a 30-14 win to end the season on a positive note in tough fall of learning.
Steamboat's junior varsity football team kept its unbeaten streak alive Monday, when it returned home from Craig with a 24-22 win over the Moffat County Bulldogs.
Concerned about the impact of Amendment 21 on local franchise fees, City Council has decided to formally oppose the amendment.
Carlson Wagonlit Travel raised $2,082 in the fight against breast cancer by donating $5 of every airline ticket sold during the month of September.
A 40-year-old Fort Collins man faces a felony charge after allegedly threatening to get a gun after a fight that occurred inside a downtown restaurant.
Steamboat Springs offensive lineman Scott Middleton is out for the remainder of the football season after undergoing surgery Oct. 12 on his left knee.
The Twentymile Coal Co. has decided not to lease water from Oak Creek-owned Sheriff's Reservoir because of improved water levels in Trout Creek.
With a little chip off the town budget, the Oak Creek Hockey Association has agreed to take on the responsibility of maintaining the ice rink in the winter as well as supervising a possible Friday night public skate.
The Oak Creek Board of Trustees approved a job description for a new town manager position and will start advertising for the job next week.
Community outpouring brings renewed hope for baby's survival
Kyjah will be celebrating her first birthday on Nov. 2; if she does not get the organs she so urgently needs, it will be the only birthday she'll ever celebrate.
A tipped over trash can outside Steamboat Springs High School led to a fight between a local psychologist and a 17-year-old boy.
Two Steamboat Springs men face a felony charge after allegedly shooting out the windows of three vehicles with a pellet gun.
Promoters and detractors of growth control Amendment 24 have accumulated dramatically different war chests to publicize their views on the issue, but the names of local contributors are noticeably absent from the lists of campaign contributors maintained by the Secretary of State's office.
In response to his wife's annulment petition, accused murderer Thomas Lee Johnson claims he entered a common-law marriage with Kimberly Goodwin-Johnson long before they got married earlier this year.
Business is a great way to ruin a friendship
Have you ever wondered how to ruin a perfectly good friendship? Scott Ford has a suggestion. Form a business partnership with your best old pal and watch things begin to fall apart.
It's always been easy to draw tourists to Steamboat Springs when the slopes on Mount Werner are covered with snow; but when the hills dry up, the money can do the same.
After months of intense pressure from citizens in the Steamboat area, the Routt County Board of County Commissioners voted down a conceptual plan to build a new gravel pit near State Highway 131 and Werner Lane.
With its home schedule now complete, the Steamboat football team starts its final three-game road stint of the season when it plays Montezuma-Cortez at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in Palisade.
Phonics not forgotten in Steamboat schools
The surprisingly complex, modern theories behind teaching children to read are creating confusion between parents and elementary school teachers.
Oak Creek officials want to forbid students from lighting up in public
Hoping to stop an ordinance that would restrict anyone younger than 18 from smoking in public, a handful of teen-age girls argued at an Oak Creek Board of Trustees work session last week that it was their choice to smoke cigarettes.
Go Huskers I mean Sailors
For my first commentary as a Pilot sports reporter, I'd like to take the time to commend Steamboat Springs High School on its athletic program.