Grand catering off-site events
The Steamboat Grand Resort Hotel and Conference Center is now arranging and catering off-site events on the destination's famous mountain.
The hotel handles all arrangements, from transportation to creating specially tailored menus. And the cost of the off-site event is simply included on the hotel bill.
Planners can choose from a variety of venues. In the warmer months, groups can enjoy everything from picnics in the woods to a sit-down banquet on one of the wooden decks atop the mountain. In the winter months, as well as rest of the year, planners can opt for the mountain restaurants in lodge settings.
Attendees get to the venues by taking a beautifully scenic ride up the mountain on the gondola.
In the winter, groups can also take a sleigh ride from the gondola to Ragnar's.
Cuttin' Corral Salon changes owners
The Cuttin' Corral Salon in Yampa is celebrating a recent change in ownership with a grand opening June 1-15.
The new owner, Sonja Shoemaker, invites area residents to stop by the salon to see the store and register for prizes to be awarded June 15. The salon is open from noon to 7 p.m. Wednesdays and from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursdays and Fridays at 31 Main St. in Yampa.
Small business loan deadline nearing
Businesses in Wyoming, Colorado, Montana, Nebraska, South Dakota and Utah counties have until June 26 to fill applications for low-interest disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration.
The SBA's Economic Injury Disaster Loans are available for businesses dependent on farmers and ranchers sustaining crop losses due to wildfire, drought and dangerous fire conditions that occurred from Sept. 1, 1999, and continuing.
Farmers and ranchers are not eligible for these SBA loans. Businesses in Routt County are eligible to apply.
Applications can be obtained by calling SBA at (800) 366-6303.