The Steamboat Springs School Board is "on the verge" of offering a contract to one of three finalists for its vacant superintendent position, School Board President Paul Fisher said Friday.
Some of the state politicians who have spoken out against the actions of the Steamboat Springs Board of Education don't understand the issues behind the School Board's decision, board president Paul Fisher said Friday.
Planning Commission has unanswered questions
The Routt County Planning Commission delayed its decision on a conditional-use permit request for a summer ski ramp at the 16-acre Bald Eagle Ski Lake half a mile south of Steamboat Springs.
Innkeepers to host 10,000 Saturday
Rainbow Weekend isn't projected to be quite as busy for area lodging properties as the recent Fourth of July holiday. Still, Steamboat innkeepers will be watching to see if walk-up business can push tourism numbers higher.
The opportunity to play on two of the more beautiful golf courses in Colorado and the chance to benefit the Rotary Club, Yampa Valley Medical Center and area students drew 200 golfers to the Ski Town USA Golf Classic this weekend.
Every artist at this year's Art in the Park has something unique to sell, but they all have one thing in common: They love their freedom.
Heuga Center helps Hayden resident
While some people drive around and around the grocery store parking lot looking for that one parking space that will prevent them from walking three steps to the front door, Leisha Epp parks in the spot farthest away.
Duo takes home fifth straight Steamboat Doubles title
Some relationships are too good to end.
Balloon Rodeo, live music, arts, crafts and food booths part of festivities
Cowboys will come to Steamboat Springs to compete in steer roping this weekend. But instead of riding horses, these cowboys will be flying high above the steers in hot air balloons.
Area has been selected for Community Assessment Program
The first steps toward making an economic study of South Routt County a success were taken by the study's steering committee, which met Thursday night in Oak Creek.