Weakest level in 30 years blamed for recent slides
Anyone heading into the backcountry to ski or snowmobile has to be aware of a weak snowpack that avalanche experts warn is ripe to be triggered.
Freestyle skiers from Steamboat Springs won five age divisions at the Rocky Mountain Development Championships March 16 and 17 in Aspen.
ASC hopes banks will OK closing of deal within 30 days
American Skiing Co. has been granted a reprieve by its senior creditors. But liens in place on the Steamboat Ski Area are hanging up the sale of the ski area to a group of investors led by Tim and Diane Mueller.
Weather causes cancellations for many Sailor teams
Steamboat's girls lacrosse team was so excited to step onto a grass field this weekend that some of the players were willing to make the trip to Denver to play, even if their opponents were not.
The slopes of the Steamboat and Howelsen Hill ski areas will provide a perfect stage for the future stars of skiing this week during the J-4 Junior Olympic Championships.
Respiratory virus affecting several children
A local outbreak of a potentially dangerous respiratory virus for young children has resulted in a 300 percent increase in RSV patients at Yampa Valley Medical Center this year. Since Jan. 16, children all 18 months and younger have been hospitalized at the medical center with Respiratory Syncytial Virus, a potentially life-threatening respiratory infection. RSV is more susceptible to children younger than the age of 3.
The Steamboat Springs City Council agreed last week to commit the funding from the former vendor's fee to the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association to market Steamboat as a summer destination.
Mary Couch's home, which was torched by a fire last Wednesday, will not be ready for habitation for another three to six months, she said Tuesday.
Two men are expected to be charged with a felony theft charge for allegedly stealing two snowboards from Colorado Mountain College over the weekend.
Athletes hope to take part in marathon after registration closes early this year
Next year local runner Jim Harkness will start a little earlier.
The Steamboat Springs Board of Education discussed how to best distribute money generated from the half-cent city sales tax within the local school district at their meeting Tuesday night.
Shuttle from Craig now has reserved seating
Hayden residents who depend on the bus that comes from Craig to Steamboat in the morning need not worry there won't be room for them.
Fresh off another relatively lucrative season, the city-owned Haymaker Golf Course is upping its rates for the 2002 season.
4-H president impresses board with speech
After this summer, Daleena Babcock won't be able to show her animals and compete in the new indoor facility planned for the Routt County Fairgrounds.
Hockey fans will get a chance to watch more local talent at the Ski Town USA Hockey Festival than they have in the past five years.