A man who was hunting alone in the Hayden area was electrocuted Monday when lightning struck his rifle, Solandt Medical Clinic Nurse Debbie Doolin said.
The South Routt School District said goodbye to a two-term School Board member and welcomed back four incumbents and one new member at Thursday's board meeting.
Judy Copeland loves to eat chicken fried chicken, especially when it is prepared at The Food Mill in Hayden. She and her husband, Ted, eat at The Food Mill twice a week on average, she said.
The second reading of the 2004 budget passed Tuesday night, but not before one council member asked if $210,000 should be added for six additional firefighters and EMS personnel.
Nature Conservancy hosts program on water-robbing plants
When an area botanist stumbled on a Tamarisk plant at Pearl Lake State Park last summer, Matt Custer knew it was time to take action.
Huskies have two losses, but they're also the defending state champs
Steamboat Springs defeated D'Evelyn, which beat Alamosa, which upended Florence, which means Steamboat should beat Florence, right?
Intergovernmental agreement represents more than a year's work
The Steamboat Springs City Council and Routt County commissioners unanimously approved an intergovernmental agreement establishing a multijurisdictional housing authority.
WEDNESDAY n A Peripheral-Neuropathy support group meeting is at 3 p.m. in Conference Room 3 at Yampa Valley Medical Center. Call Kathleen Kelly 871-4696.
In recent weeks, the Off the Beaten Path Bookstore deck has been vandalized.
From fighting grasshoppers to organizing 4-H programs, the Routt County Extension Office has had a successful year.
What would Thanksgiving be without green beans baked in cream of mushroom soup?
First-term state Rep. John Salazar will stop by Steamboat Springs today to announce his candidacy for the Colorado's Third Congressional District.
The state of Colorado's rules regarding Adequate Yearly Progress for schools and school districts are conflicting and should be changed.
With regret, I belatedly read the stories and controversy surrounding coach Mark Drake.
The Board of Directors of the Colorado River Water Conservation District has agreed to pursue a second enlargement to Wolford Mountain Reservoir. The board's proposal calls for raising the height of the dam's spillway up to an additional 6 feet to increase the reservoir's storage capacity by 9,775 acre-feet.
Karen and Craig Tomke's log furniture store at 108 S. Walnut St. has done well since opening in July, attracting the eyes of many drivers along U.S. Highway 40.
The Hayden School District could get a $10,000 financial boost if the School Board approves an offer from Pepsi.
With nearly 900 athletes coming out to play basketball, indoor soccer and volleyball last winter, the gyms in Steamboat Springs were hot spots for adult recreation.
But building use taxes are up
City sales tax receipts in September were down 0.16 percent from September 2002, the city of Steamboat Springs reported.
Towns back proposed housing authority's quest for funds
The towns of Hayden and Oak Creek have expressed support for a $159,000 energy impact grant to help fund startup costs for the Yampa Valley Housing Authority.
The Hayden High School boys basketball team knows the drill. The players know the system, and for these reasons, coach Shawn Baumgartner said, the Tigers will be a much-improved team this year.
The Rocking "A" Craft Bazaar again will feature bowling with turkeys.
The Hayden High School girls basketball team is learning to minimize mistakes.
Town Board will form group to help choose town manager
Hayden has received 18 applications for its open town manager position, Town Clerk Lisa Johnston said.
4-H Achievement Night starts 4 p.m. Saturday The Routt County 4-H Achievement Night will start at 4 p.m. Saturday at the Routt County Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall. It is open to the public.
Monday, Nov. 17 3:05 a.m. A vehicle reportedly was parked illegally in the 600 block of Lincoln Avenue. A person was found sleeping inside.