The Routt County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved a permit Tuesday that will let Peabody Energy unload coal at its Hayden Gulch facility for the next three years.
Hayden senior scores 1,000th point in win
For nearly four years, Evan Hilling has been a varsity member of the Hayden boys basketball team. On Tuesday night, he was rewarded for his offensive consistency by scoring his 1,000th career point for the Tigers.
The Steamboat Springs Winter Carnival is still going strong nearly a century after it began.
Penguin Plunge fund-raiser will help buy patient simulator
As many as 100 people can help raise $40,000 for an infant human patient simulator by jumping into icy cold water in mid-March.
John Ross' criticism of Paul Krugman as only knowing enough to snipe at President Bush's plans for Social Security indicate only that Ross only knows enough about Krugman to snipe at him.
Council members, commissioners discuss west of Steamboat plan
The Steamboat Springs City Council and Routt County commissioners agreed to change some key components of the West of Steamboat Springs Area Plan as they began to answer how far they were willing to go to make the plan work.
For more than two months, fifth-grader Jacie Temple has been practicing not being herself.
By the time Marty Smith reached Elk Avenue in downtown Crested Butte, he didn't have time or energy to soak in the historic city.
Some old ghosts haunted the Steamboat Springs City Council on Tuesday night as members grappled with the decision to consolidate fire and EMS services with the Steamboat Springs Rural Fire Protection District.
For the past 10 years, Steamboat Springs High School students have entertained packed-house audiences with the annual Dance Showcase, a student-run event that puts on display the dancing talents of dozens of local teenagers.
The incredible story about the Iraqi elections that the main stream media has largely chosen to ignore is not just that the elections happened with incredible turnout (at least 60 percent) and a minimal loss of life (about 40 people including nine insurgents), but also that they happened is a clear indication that the insurgency is not as strong or effective as the insurgents would otherwise have us think.
Two injured in rollover accident on U.S. 40
We would like to express our gratitude for the compassionate, sincere care we, the Jennifer Smelker Wells family, received from Yampa Valley Medical Center. A special thanks to Jane Howell for her many calls to us during the search for the Yampa Valley Air Ambulance on Jan. 11, 2005, and subsequent calls when it was found and in the days following. The staff of Yampa Valley Medical Center and Yampa Valley Air Ambulance, Karl Gills, Bob and Cindy Maddox, Paula Golden and others who made the special effort to fly out to Stratton to visit with the family personally. Your presence meant so much to us.
We last visited Steamboat two years ago this week when Jacqueline, my wife, was unfortunate enough to break her left leg on the slopes. The leg has healed and she finally goes back into the hospital March 8 to have the plate removed from her lower leg.
On the Tax Policy Advisory Board, I feel like we just worked months researching how our city can best grow a healthy garden; and your Sunday Pilot's editorial interpretation of our work? Order more pesticides.
The abundant snow that fell all over the slopes of the Steamboat Ski Area on Fat Tuesday was -- dare we say it -- "phat."
The world suddenly got a lot bigger for Cole Sittig and his fellow third-graders at Soda Creek Elementary School.
The 92nd annual Winter Carnival begins today with a fresh blanket of snow atop Howelsen Hill.
Steamboat Springs senior Pat Ayres was perfect Saturday.
Tigers eyeing Meeker showdown
Last season, an off shooting night and a second-half deficit would have been cause for concern for the Hayden girls basketball team.
NorAm events have pulled some of the top Rocky Mountain Division freestyle skiers away from Colorado this month, but freestyle coach Nate Bird expects a strong field for this weekend's event in Steamboat.
Monday, Feb. 7 1:15 a.m. A 46-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol near U.S. Highway 40 and Pine Grove Road.