City OKs moratorium on new development at ski area's base
The Steamboat Springs City Council on Tuesday approved a 45-day moratorium on growth inside the boundaries of the new urban renewal authority.
A Steamboat Springs School District policy that allows members of the public to distribute religious and other materials in the middle school and high school appears to have the support of the majority of School Board members, making it unlikely the policy will be changed.
From their cramped rental trailer in Oak Creek, Christene and Nicholas Planansky hoped to someday build or buy a home where they could raise their three boys.
Money would fund improvements in three target areas
Steamboat Springs City Council members think special taxing districts could be used to fund improvements in specific areas of the community.
The Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association is $200,000 closer to acquiring The Haven Assisted Living Center.
'Cabriolet' would transport people from parking lot to ski area
Whitney Ward and his development team released a plan Tuesday that would create between 400 and 500 new resort residential units and could lead to the construction of a $4 million gondola linking the ski area's remote parking lot with the gondola base.
The Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association's community health goals and objectives for 2005 were presented to the Routt County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday.
The Steamboat Springs hockey team wrapped up the regular season Saturday with a 6-0 win against Doherty, sending the Sailors into the playoffs with some late-season momentum.
The University of Colorado Board of Regents was right to take 30 days to review the academic work of tenured professor Ward Churchill, not because of Churchill's remarks about Sept. 11, 2001, victims but because of serious questions about Churchill's academic credibility.
My name is Kelly Larson, and I am a senior at Steamboat Springs High School. Recently, I was part of the ninth annual SSHS Dance Showcase. Although I was not one of the dancers -- I sang while Brittany DeGroff danced to the live music for her solo -- I was there virtually every step of the way and observed much of what it took for these girls to put on this production.
In the past year, Routt County Crime Stoppers has seen an increase in tips, and the nonprofit organization's board is hoping the trend will continue.
Monday, Feb. 14 8:14 a.m. A burglary was reported in the 2300 block of AprÃs Ski Way.
Church hosting Lenten series starting Friday Holy Name Catholic Church hosts a Lenten series, "Good News of Reconciliation -- Journeying Home," facilitated by Sr. Faith Hansen, Fr. David Henderson and Msgr. George Schroeder. Meetings will be held from noon to 1 p.m. Friday to March 18 at the Holy Name Church Family Life Center. No registration is required. Bring a bag lunch. Call 879-0671.
By an overwhelming majority, Coloradans voted for Amendment 35, the tobacco excise tax, because they wanted to save lives and protect their families and communities, especially children, from tobacco. About 4,000 Coloradans die every year from tobacco-related diseases and, from a Sept. 25 Steamboat Pilot & Today article, "proponents of (amendment 35) ... estimate that 30 children a day become addicted to cigarettes."
I am very sorry to read the comments regarding the Dance Showcase at the high school.
The weekend's two road wins weren't pretty, but Steamboat Springs girls basketball coach Ashley Berggren said the team will take them.
Mogul skiers Eliza Outtrim and Michael Morse turned in the best NorAm performances of their careers in Killington, Vt., last week.
Steamboat Springs mogul skier Caterina Mader returned to top form Saturday, placing second in front of the hometown crowd during a Rocky Mountain Division meet at the Steamboat Ski Area.
Roads were so bad Tuesday that Colorado State Patrol troopers could not be reached for comment -- they were on the road dealing with one accident after another.
The Hayden Town Board on Thursday will begin considering a group of annexation proposals for properties southeast of the Sagewood subdivision along Routt County Road 53.
For several Hayden High School students, playing in the school's concert band isn't just an obligation, it's something they enjoy, and it shows in their performance, middle and high school band director Don Cherni said.
The Soroco Rams wrapped up the regular season Saturday night with an emotional overtime loss at home to Plateau Valley.
The Hayden School District plans to investigate the possibility of a four-day school week for students next school year.