There are small towns and then there are small towns.
A South Routt County man suffered severe injuries in an assault earlier this month at Trapper's Lake Lodge.
May 26, 2004 7:50 a.m. A driver reported being almost run off the road by a blue-and-white pickup on Colorado Highway 131 near mile marker 52.
As rancher Ray Heid was making his way toward a late spring "six-hour horse ride, two-hour hike and five-minute ski" on Sand Mountain in North Routt County two weeks ago, an unlikely crew skied past him as he tied his horse.
If you're inspired by "Riverdance" but daunted by the thought of attempting such fast, tricky Irish step dancing, the Yampa Valley Ceili Society has a solution that will teach almost anyone to jig, sidestep and promenade.
For more than 70 years, the Routt County 4-H program has provided area youths a wealth of educational opportunities, all the while helping the Yampa Valley and its communities maintain their character and traditions.
Cultural and heritage tourism fundamental in community
Heritage tourism makes up 81 percent of the national tourism market, said Anne Pritzlaff, executive director of Colorado Preservation Inc., during her presentation about developing art and cultural tourism during Economic Summit 2004 on Thursday.
"In Flanders fields the poppies blow, between the crosses, row on row," wrote Colonel John McCrae in 1915 after seeing the sea of red poppies blooming on the battlefields of World War I.
Residents asked to control dogs
There's a new reason for residents to keep their dogs leashed on Blackmer Drive and the Emerald Mountain area.
State recommends denying request for recreational water right
The Colorado Water Conservation Board on Thursday recommended that the city of Steamboat Springs' request for recreational water rights on the Yampa River be denied.
Whiteman students will share stories from travel Lowell Whiteman School students will present images and stories of their foreign travel experiences at a gathering at 7 tonight in the school's Krautkramer Theater. Among the places students traveled are Peru, Mongolia, Vietnam and Bhutan. Foreign travel experiences have been part of The Lowell Whiteman School's curriculum since it opened nearly 50 years ago. The trips emphasize cultural, historic, artistic, service and recreational opportunities for students, as well as humanitarian responsibilities. All are welcome to attend tonight's presentations.
An exhausted but relieved Dr. Eric Meyer phoned his friend Kevin Kolvereid on Wednesday night and filled him in on the news: Meyer, a Steamboat Springs resident, had successfully summitted the world's tallest mountain earlier that day.
Lacrosse is a growing sport in Colorado and in Steamboat Springs.
Blooming flowers and quickly disappearing snow means it's time for summer roadwork. The county has started projects it has planned for the spring and summer, said Road and Bridge Director Paul Draper.
Comparing "stock dogs" to "ranch dogs" is like comparing cutting horses to working ranch horses, said Steamboat Stock Dog Challenge organizer Marianne Sasak.
Tibetan Buddhist in town to give talk at Olympian Hall
Tsoknyi Rinpoche, a renown Tibetan Buddhist teacher and author, will share his insight about "Fearless Simplicity" during a public talk Saturday evening at Olympian Hall. This will be a kickoff event for the new Buddhist Center of Steamboat Springs.
There are perks to having a small graduating class.
Routt County wants former building official's case heard in federal court
Routt County is seeking to move a case involving the termination of former chief building official Mark Marchus from district court to federal court.