Memorial services for Hakan Lindgren, a significant figure in nordic skiing both in the United Sates and in Sweden, will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at the Scandinavian Lodge on Burgess Creek Road.
Steamboat woman competing in triathlon to raise funds for local shelter
It was nothing but a hound dog. But the red tick mixed with red bone known as Murphy prompted Diane Gallagher to enter a triathlon to raise money for the local animal shelter.
Some of the best fastpitch softball teams in the state will be in Steamboat Springs this weekend for the annual Steamboat Classic.
Despite a shaky start to the Steamboat Springs Fight Night series, tickets for the sequel are in heavy demand.
Eighty-three-year-old golfer Bill Neish wasn't saying how much it cost to buy a round of drinks for the Steamboat Men's Club.
Final efforts to get a petition signed by Steamboat residents to force impact fees to an election have been slowed by counter-efforts by the city and a local citizens group, said a petitioner.
Judge: Prosecutors failed to file charges promptly
A 32-year-old Steamboat Springs man who faces 10 charges was released from jail on his own recognizance Wednesday because of a technicality.
Sticking points include location of entrance
The Denver-based architects designing Routt County's new courthouse brought two drawings to town Wednesday to present to committee members spearheading the effort. The architects centered the two drawings on what committee members said they were looking for but those same committee members quickly shot down the two drawings, saying they were not "formal enough."
Jim Calaway inspires others to contribute
Carbondale philanthropist Jim Calaway was honored this week in Steamboat Springs for his contributions to Colorado Mountain College.
Steamboat gets high marks for keeping insurance claims low
Risk Manager Carol Teasdale was presented with an award Tuesday night for helping keep the city's insurance claims at a minimum in 2000.
A 24-year-old Steamboat Springs man with a prior drunken-driving conviction pleaded guilty to his second and third drunken-driving offenses Wednesday in Routt County Court.
LaFarge Corp. will go in front of the Routt County Planning Commission tonight to seek a recommendation to renew its special use permit for operating a concrete batch and asphalt plant in the North Pit.
Forest Service monitoring spruce bark beetle epidemic
The spruce bark beetle epidemic in the Routt National Forest is spreading a year or two faster than expected, but trees near urban areas have not been affected, at least not yet. The Forest Service has identified four spots in the Routt National Forest where mature spruce trees are hosting the beetles, said Andy Cadenhead, team leader for the U.S. Forest Service.