City planning officials strongly criticized plans for the new Steamboat Springs Community Center on Thursday night. Yampa Valley Regional Airport is feeling the pinch of a labor shortage in Northwest Colorado. Today is the last day for early voting. Brought to you by Coleman Cook and Sharon Pace-Ward of Colorado Group Realty in Steamboat Springs.
Cody Lee dispels old myths with modern tattoo art
In case you haven't noticed, tattoos aren't just for bikers, sailors and convicts anymore.
Today is the last day for early voting. The polling booths in Conference Room 1 in the Routt County Courthouse annex are open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. today. Those who don't cast ballots today can do so on Tuesday's Election Day. As of Wednesday night, 1,741 people had voted early, and 1,486 absentee ballots had been cast, Routt County Clerk and Recorder Kay Weinland said.
Bidders seek profit, property during
If you haven't paid your taxes, the attendees at the county's annual tax lien sale might pay them for you. But they'll expect something in return.
Parents urged to maintain strict rules
Soroco High School senior Chelsea Bonfiglio said she had two choices to make on Halloween night: drink alcohol with "95 percent of her peers," or do something else.
12:12 a.m. A man in the 400 block of Tamarack Drive reported a party with underage attendees.
County Road 65 to receive renovations by Connell
County Democrats, Republicans hosting upcoming events
Democrats to the Steamboat Smokehouse, Republicans to the Old Town Pub.
Yampa Valley Regional Airport hosting job fair Saturday
Yampa Valley Regional Airport is feeling the pinch of a labor shortage in Northwest Colorado.
One way to extend the growing season in Steamboat is to set up a greenhouse. Greenhouses can be used for starting seeds early, protecting your most tender plants and preserving certain vegetables - such as tomatoes - in an environment that allows them to mature on the vine.
Community center design called 'institutional,' voted down
City planning officials strongly criticized plans for the new Steamboat Springs Community Center on Thursday night, calling the building's proposed architecture "blatantly institutional" and "extremely bland."
Steamboat Springs senior Brian Aragon and junior Brian Burger were named to the Rocky Mountain News honorable mention All-Colorado tennis team Thursday.
8th-seeded Hayden hosts game Saturday
Hayden football coach Shawn Baumgartner has spent the week watching film and preparing his Tigers to keep an otherwise unknown Sargent team from setting the trap in their Saturday showdown.
Casino night benefit raises money and awareness for asthma
Matt Mielke loved to gamble. It's only fitting that three months after his death from a massive asthma attack, his sister, Sarah Mielke, has organized a casino night to benefit asthma patients.
Reviews of Robert Randolph & the Family Band's "Colorblind," Amos Lee's "Supply and Demand" and The Killers' "Sam's Town."
Joy Hughes bring the didgeridoo to the Depot
Joy Hughes' sound-healing career began the day a man on the streets of Portland, Ore., asked her if she wanted a brain massage. But instead of actually touching her scalp, the man played a didgeridoo, an Australian Aboriginal instrument that looks like a long wooden pipe and creates a deep, reverberating humming sound.
Notes from around town
It was larger than life, but maybe that's because I was sitting in the second row. I don't ever remember a Warren Miller movie having such an IMAX feeling to it.
Holden Young hosts a sit-down affair
Holden Young is finally at a place where he has something meaningful to say. "As a teenager, I was just letting things out," said Young, a guitarist, pianist, percussionist and singer/songwriter. "Now I actually do know something and want to share."
I started turning into a teenage werewolf at about 4:30 p.m. Saturday. At 4:45 p.m., I learned Halloween costume lesson No. 1 - do not put on fake nails before you put on the rest of your costume.
A group of Steamboat Springs restaurant and bar owners said Thursday they can't afford and shouldn't have to close down their businesses for a day every year to re-certify employees who serve alcohol.
Sailors could wrap up No. 1 seed with a win
The last time Steamboat Springs High School's football team came off an emotional road win against a league powerhouse, it fell flat the following week. Sailors head coach Aaron Finch is confident this time will be different.
Mother's Deli, a Steamboat Springs bar, has been cited twice in the past five months for violating two separate Colorado liquor laws.