Democrats to the Steamboat Smokehouse, Republicans to the Old Town Pub. Groups representing Routt County's two major political parties will be separated by a few blocks on Lincoln Avenue on Tuesday, as party officials have designated locations for candidates and onlookers to watch election results and celebrate with a pint, or cry over spilled beer. With just four days remaining before that night, both parties have scheduled upcoming events to rally supporters and boost attendance at the polls.
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Students' backpacks are no longer being searched at Steamboat Springs High School. Traffic flow on Colorado Highway 131 is about to return to normal. Hayden Tigers coach Shawn Baumgartner has his team making its third straight appearance in the state playoffs. Brought to you by Coleman Cook and Sharon Pace-Ward of Colorado Group Realty in Steamboat Springs.
Success follows Hayden High School's football coach
Shawn Baumgartner's Hayden Tigers weren't supposed to be here.
I have never met John Salazar. By all accounts, he is a nice fellow, but this does not qualify him to represent us in Congress. While Salazar's ads paint him as a farmer and advocate for the Western Slope, his record reflects quite the opposite.
The seasonal transition is under way for many of Steamboat Springs' organized leagues for adult sports.
Champion to guide new generation of skiers
Steamboat Springs High School's Nordic Ski Team will be guided by a coach who understands what it takes to win a state title.
An operational agreement between the Steamboat Springs School District and the Board of Cooperative Educational Services was tabled at a recent Steamboat Springs School Board meeting.
Hayden officials are working to solve several of the town's water problems.
Committee evaluaate candidates for chief of police position
Six local law enforcement officers are among the 11 candidates vying to become Hayden's next chief of police.
McDonald's to donate half of today's sales to school
A recent chain e-mail warning residents about a perfume scam has caught the attention of law enforcement officers.
Students' backpacks are no longer being searched at Steamboat Springs High School, but administrators and local law enforcement are changing the building's security indefinitely.
The public has a chance tonight to give city officials input about a new Steamboat Springs Community Center.
Highway 131 crews wrapping up work for the winter
In about two weeks, traffic flow on Colorado Highway 131 will return to normal.
12:41 a.m. A man in the 1800 block of Kamar Plaza reported a man sitting in a white Dodge Durango for a long time. Police said the man was waiting for someone.
John Salazar has proven himself to be an effective representative for those of us who live in the Third Congressional District. Since he was elected two years ago, he gained seats on three committees which are important, not only to Colorado in general but to the Western Slope, which relies on farming, ranching and tourism as our major industries.
I lost my father on Sunday.