A lightning-sparked wildfire burning in the Mount Zirkel Wilderness Area has forced the closure of about 35,000 acres of public land, U.S. Forest Service officials said Tuesday.
Steamboat students attend first day of school
Sixth grade means more than going to a new school, changing teachers throughout the day and entering a new phase in life.
Walker family relieved 80-year-old parents fled New Orleans
Cindy and Winston Walker were high and dry in Steamboat Springs during the weekend, but Cindy's 80-year-old parents were evacuating their home in New Orleans to flee Hurricane Katrina.
City hosts second public discussion about community center
The city of Steamboat Springs on Thursday will host the second public meeting exploring possible uses for a new community center.
When Nordic director Todd Wilson looks up at Howelsen Hill these days, he has to stop for a moment just to make sure his eyes are not playing tricks on him.
A go-cart worth about $7,000 reportedly was stolen early Sunday morning from the Meadows Parking Lot area.
Oak Creek woman's death under investigation The death of a 48-year-old Oak Creek woman Sunday morning is under investigation.
Former midget hockey players benefit from tourney
For golf tournament organizer Melrose Kuusinen, the connection between the smooth greens at Catamount Ranch & Club and the smooth ice of the Howelsen Ice Arena is an easy one to make.
Homeowners who live in high-risk wildfire areas are encouraged to attend the Colorado Mitigation and Wildfire Conference.
Sunday, Aug. 28 12:17 a.m. A large party in the area of Buena Vista Court and Hilltop Drive reportedly could be heard in the 300 block of South Lincoln Avenue. Police warned and advised the partygoers.
As most people along the coast of Louisiana and Misï¿½--sissippi were fleeing Hurricane Katrina on Monday, Routt County Emergency Services Manager Chuck Vale was making plans to travel into the center of the storm.