City and county officials announced this week that they have received a $25,250 grant from the Colorado Heritage Planning Grant Program, to develop an energy-efficient building program.
Intrawest buys Steamboat for $265 million
American Skiing Company's ownership of the Steamboat Ski Area came to an end today as Intrawest finalized its purchase of the resort. Intrawest announced the closing this afternoon. The deal was announced Dec. 19.
Outsized Steamboat prepares for Sweet 16 games against D'Evelyn
Steamboat Springs post player Cameron Petet thinks when he takes his 6-foot-2 frame onto the court at Broomfield High School on Friday, onlookers who don't know the Sailors probably will laugh. Petet will be among a slew of Sailors who will be giving up at least four inches - and sometimes as much as seven inches - to the frontline of D'Evelyn.
The Steamboat Springs Midget hockey team finished second in the Rocky Mountain Youth Hockey League tournament in Craig during the weekend.
Official: city will see watershed law again
A controversial watershed ordinance is not going away, a city official said Tuesday.
City Council to consider four other liquor cases today
The Steamboat Springs City Council today will consider suspending or revoking the liquor license of a Ski Time Square restaurant whose owner was arrested on a misdemeanor charge in February.
News briefs for March 1, 2007.
Det. Ross Kelly's police service longest in department's history
When Ross Kelly began working for the Steamboat Springs Police Department, his intentions were to stay for a few years to help build the department. That was 1974, more than three decades ago.
Summer flights begin June 8 on 50-passenger Comair jet
Houston is out and Salt Lake is in this summer at Yampa Valley Regional Airport. Beginning June 8, Delta Air Lines will offer two jet flights per day between Salt Lake City and the airport in Hayden. The flights will continue through Labor Day weekend.
The revelation this week that the Rev. Al Sharpton is a descendant from slaves once owned by the family of the late Sen. Strom Thurmond, a renowned segregationist, caught my attention.
Committee promotes early voting, hosts public forums
In future elections, voters in Hayden and Oak Creek could cast early ballots on a Saturday, and Steamboat Springs residents could vote at a local school. These are among the ideas to be floated by the Routt County Citizens Election Review Committee, which was formed to create strategies for improving local elections.
The Record for Feb. 27, 2007.