The Hayden Planning Commission made a recommendation to the Hayden Town Board on Thursday night that the annexation of the Routt County Fairgrounds should include other properties surrounding the county-owned land to further square the town's boundaries.
Oak Creek town trustees decided to hold off on approving a revised checklist of conditions that must be met before the proposed Sierra View development could be annexed and built.
Reception opens exhibit "Dyed in the Wool Hookers of Steamboat" opens with a reception from 6 to 9 p.m. today at the Depot Art Center, 1001 13th St. The exhibit of rugs, wall-hangings, pillows and stools with hooked covers will be on display through Feb. 8.
Performers come together to play at weeklong music festival
Gov't Mule started as a side project in the early 1990s by members of the Allman Brothers Band but was so well received that it became a full-time national touring act. The band has become so popular that concert organizer John Dickson doubts Steamboat Springs will be lucky enough to see it on stage here again.
Council: Downtown property owners should be enticed to bury lines
If downtown property owners go to the trouble to bury utility lines underground, they should be given incentives to do it, according to the City Council.
Steamboat resident showing signs of improvement
In a long and uncertain path to recovery, the friends and family of Chris Stillwell measure progress one step at a time.
NTSB probing of Mountain Flight Service ended months ago
The National Transportation Safety Board's investigation into a Mountain Flight Services plane crash near Kremmling last March ended months ago and has not been reopened.
Music Tonight The Humble Pickers will play at 9 p.m. at Old Town Pub, 600 Lincoln Ave. No cover. Call 879-2101.
There is a deep hole in Central Turkey in an area called Cappadocia, where the Hittites tunneled into volcanic rock and built cities eight stories underground.
Piano player knows what tunes to play
A woman walks by -- linen pantsuit, broach at her neck, loafers. Paul Potyen looks up for a minute and sees her. He guesses two things: "She has a lot of class, but she doesn't listen to a lot of music." He chooses to play a song from "My Fair Lady" on the baby grand piano in the lobby of the Steamboat Grand Resort Hotel, where he sits five nights a week, Tuesday through Saturday.
It's Friday night and 18-year-old Lia Kozatch is getting ready for work. She does some warm-up exercises in front of the mirror, then rushes to her place backstage at Sabre's Comedy Den.
Zilla calls its style 'intergalactic funnel music'
Hammer dulcimer player Jamie Janover jokes that Zilla is the only real jam band.
Education Fund Board unanimously agrees to proposal
After experimenting -- to mixed results -- with a new budgeting process last year, the Education Fund Board will return to a process similar to the one used in the past.
Steamboat police investigating string of crime over holidays
A string of vehicle thefts has the Steamboat Springs Police Department warning residents to lock their doors.
Wednesday, Jan. 7 12:52 a.m. A person reportedly got out of a vehicle in front of a bar in Ski Time Square, poured gas on the street and lit a fire, then left in the vehicle. Police could not locate the vehicle.
FRIDAY n Leif Howelsen, son of Steamboat Springs' "Father of Skiing" Carl Howelsen, will speak at noon at the United Methodist Church. Call 879-2214.
Thursday's triangular provided the Steamboat Springs wrestling team an example of the difference between showing up to wrestle and showing up ready to wrestle, Sailors coach Jay Muhme said.