Steamboat Springs ran out of time on its comeback effort Friday night against Eagle Valley.
Overtime goal takes wind out of sails
Hometown favorite Kyle Nelson had two huge goals in the Sailors' home opener Friday, but the biggest shot of the night came from visitor Brendon Kukral just a few minutes into the first overtime period.
Officials look more closely at benefits of fuel reduction
Colorado's lawmakers don't want a repeat of the 2002 fire season. At the state and national levels, they are seeking ways to reform the way forests are managed.
Mountain town sustainability to be discussed at conference
When Dr. Thomas Clark received a request from a young man in Pakistan to attend a four-day conference on mountains in Steamboat Springs this month, he was hesitant at first.
Routt County's biggest little multinational company has grown by thousands of barrels this year. Teton Petroleum Company announced this week that it has raised $4.4 million in new capital that will allow it to drill more wells in its Siberian oil field.
Candidate wants to move government to the people
Colorado's Democratic lieutenant governor candidate Bill Thiebaut said some state agencies should move out of Denver and into the portions of the state where they govern.
Six ditches closed on main stem of river
The summer's drought reached historic dimensions Thursday when commissioners from the State Department of Water Resources office in Steamboat Springs shut down six irrigation ditches on the main stem of the Yampa River.
Section of Routt National Forest gets fresh survey
Terry Taylor and Dirk Hatter are going where no man has gone before or at least gone for 90 years. The two men are surveying land that was last surveyed in 1911.
Residents of Hayden will no longer be allowed to water their lawns starting Monday. This summer's ever-worsening water crisis came to a head Thursday afternoon when Tri-State Generation Power Plant in Craig put a call on its water rights to the Yampa River.
Real estate sales here were on track at midyear to finish with the second highest dollar volume in 20 years, despite the general malaise in the economy. Realtor David Baldinger Jr. said a look at the statistics behind the trends reveals that demand for real estate in Steamboat has been steady for almost a decade, but the buying public shifts from one category of real estate to another.
Millard Fuller, the founder of Habitat for Humanity International, offered a challenge last week to the people of Routt County. "I say to you tonight, by what date are you going to make sure everybody in this county has a decent place to live?" Fuller asked an audience of around 100 people who had gathered Thursday at Lake Catamount for a Habitat for Humanity fund-raiser.