540 acres make up 85 percent of the land in West of Steamboat Springs Area PLan
A group of developers has finalized the purchase of 540 acres west of Steamboat Springs for approximately $25 million. The land is owned by Steve and Mary Brown.
Dan Divens provides the morning news for Tuesday, March 20, 2007. The news airs on Steamboat Today from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. each morning on Steamboat TV 18 and also on Steamboatpilot.com.
Hayden Valley Elementary raises money for research, education
Hayden Valley Elementary School students jumped at the opportunity to raise money to fight heart disease and stroke.
Option similar to this year's schedule earns approval
The Steamboat Springs School Board voted Monday to stick with a school calendar similar to this year's.
12:33 a.m. Police arrested a 19-year-old man in the 1400 block of Bob Adams Drive for missing a court date.
If it isn't a spring blizzard, then it's marauding bands of mule deer bent on migrating beside the highway in the middle of the night. We returned from Denver International Airport on Saturday night and we knew in advance it was going to be a late one. We didn't begin the climb out of Morrison on Interstate 70 until shortly after 10 p.m., and that meant we wouldn't be back in the Yampa Valley until nearly 1 a.m. Sunday. Still, we felt pretty good about the trip because the reports were that the roads were dry. And then, there was that gorgeous "Sugaring Moon" as the March full moon is known in some northern climes, lighting up the sky above the Rockies.
Howelsen Hill might never be the same.
Unseasonably warm weather will continue into Wednesday - the first official full day of spring - but don't count out the possibility of another powder day or two before Steamboat Springs' ski season comes to a close.
A subdivision eight years in the making is up for approval of its final building tonight.