The developers of One Steamboat Place don't really want to build affordable housing at the base area. It costs them too much money, and it's a lot of work. Luckily we have our strong City Council to enforce the inclusionary zoning ordinance. I feel so relieved. Excuse me while I take my tongue out of my cheek.
Obviously Ms. Lowe does not have the same opinion as many of us do about the SSHRA. In the 38 years, six days per week that I swim, I have never seen either a hairball or slime in the pool or the locker rooms.
On Sept 5, the Steamboat Today carried the Associated Press article "Ski Resorts Go Green" about the environmental business practices for ski areas in America. It highlighted various good deeds accomplished by Colorado ski areas. What it did not contain was how our own Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp. was responding to these new business practices.
All of us have been touched, one way or another, by the events of the past week. Emotions were fueled by the instantaneousness of telecommunications which laid our community bare for the world to see.
School has begun, and with it comes many ball games and school activities. There are two sports that I will highlight in my letter today. The first is cheerleading, and the second is softball.
The announcement last week that the Sheraton Steamboat Resort and Conference Center and other assets of Ski Time Square Enterprises are for sale further underscores the dramatic upheaval under way at the base of the Steamboat Ski Area.
The Steamboat Springs School Board meets at 7 p.m. Monday at the George P. Sauer Human Services Center on Seventh Street. Board members are expected to spend most of the study session discussing components of the district's strategic plan, which includes the school calendar, alternative compensation systems for teachers and staff and graduation requirements.
1:16 a.m. A noise complaint was reported in the 2500 block of Apres Ski Way. A verbal warning was issued for the noise complaint, and an arrest for a DUI was made.
The following is a list of people booked into the Routt County Jail on suspicion of the listed charges. The arresting agency is listed in parentheses.
Former Steamboat Springs resident Jeremiah Russell Palmer died Sept. 3, 2006, in Estes Park. He was 93.
Hayden resident Dorothea A. Grouns Hinton died Aug. 22, 2006, at the Sandrock Ridge Care and Rehabilitation Center in Craig. She was 93.
Steamboat's veteran skydivers generate new interest in sport
When asked what she will remember most from a prolific skydiving career that spans 25 years, Peggy O'Reilly immediately pointed to last weekend's jump over Steamboat Springs. She didn't cite any of the jumps that ended in broken bones because of rough reserve parachute rides or double malfunctions.
When I first started at the Pilot & Today, I was surprised that several reporters - albeit ones with firm Midwestern roots - had no idea what I was talking about when referring to someone as a total "bro-brah." I assumed this was a label widely understood in Ski Town USA, a place that lures young adults with its range of outdoor activities. Many of those denizens embrace a sport solely for its look, lifestyle and lingo. In the typical cases of skiing, snowboarding and kayaking, it's a question of self-conscious style versus humble substance for this unique mountain breed of outdoor enthusiast.
Seventh-graders use math, science to understand flying
The Hubba Bubba Babes landed safely at Jeffco Airport on Wednesday.
Tammy Adams can remember years ago when her son Joel would be in their back yard with his brothers and friends skiing on their hill into the late hours of the night. Even with temperatures dipping below zero and the sky pitch black, Tammy would have beg the children to come inside.
Hayden beats Steamboat JV, looks ahead
The Hayden Tigers dialed in their running game Saturday against Steamboat Springs' junior varsity squad by clocking in and going to work from No. 9 to No. 5.
The Steamboat Springs boys soccer team is experiencing a role reversal.
Steamboat's cross-country team hosts Howelsen meet
The Sailors opened their cross-country season with the Steamboat Springs Invitational on a muddy Saturday morning.
South Routt Calendar for the week of 9-11
South Routt Medical Center in good condition after mill levy approval
Four months after South Routt County voters approved a 1-mill levy to support its medical center, officials say the facility couldn't be in better condition.
Construction of new justice center proceeding smoothly
As Routt County's building and plant director, Tim Winter is overseeing construction of the new, $13.4 million justice center going up on a 5-acre site adjacent to Routt County Jail, two miles west of downtown Steamboat Springs.
Handling, reliability set vintage sports cars apart
Greg Rawlings' college roommate isn't expecting a child, but if he was, there's little doubt his daughter would be named Porsche.
Thunderhead once state of the art, now part of Sheraton sale
The ski-in, ski-out Thunderhead Lodge, which has been identified as a candidate for a tear-down and redevelopment, was once a symbol of the increasing sophistication of Ski Town U.S.A.
Lightning strikes start fires, bring down power lines
Lightning strikes are the suspected cause of a power outage that affected areas from west Steamboat Springs to Milner on Saturday.
Economic effect of sports center to be examined
A committee of volunteers has moved one step closer to getting some hard data about what a sports complex could mean for Northwest Colorado. The committee is working under the Yampa Valley Economic Development Council and has selected a Denver-based firm to compile an economic impact study to measure the effects a new sports complex in Hayden would have on the region.
HATCH, BRENDA M W TO MERRIAM, KAREN FOR ROCKIES CONDO -- $182,000
Construction has begun at Wildhorse Meadows. Local excavation firm Native Excavating has been working on the initial ground-work, which is scheduled for completion by Oct. 1. Site work, including grading, roads and utilities, on the 47-acre site will continue during next year with completion anticipated for fall 2007.
I emerged from the bowels of Memorial Stadium a lone Buffalo on the Great Plains.
Comunidad Integrada leads celebration for Independence Day
Twelve little girls have been training for two months to perform a traditional polka dance at Comunidad Integrada's Mexican Independence Day celebration on Saturday.
Turbo-prop planes to connect Rocky Mountains, Denver
Frontier Airlines' expansion plans could mean another carrier at Yampa Valley Regional Airport.
When Annette Hall listed a modest home in Milner for $320,000 on behalf of her client, she hoped they weren't expecting too much. She didn't need to worry.