A common theme runs between the two award-winning businesses the Craig Chamber of Commerce recognized Tuesday during its annual meeting.
The Steamboat Springs High School hockey team has a chance to make good on a promise it made before the beginning of the season.
Final push needed to reach $25,000 by March
With just more than a week left for its annual fundraising campaign, Routt County United Way is doing a final push to raise the $25,000 remaining to meet its goal by the end of the month.
Planning Commission to provide specific feedback tonight
The Steamboat Springs Planning Commission will continue its review of the proposed Steamboat 700 development tonight, with traffic concerns set to be a major focus.
Council delays action on design standards for affordable units
The possibility of relaxed design standards for affordable housing is a debate for another day, the Steamboat Springs City Council decided Tuesday.
Of the 143 million pounds of frozen beef from a California slaughterhouse recalled Sunday by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, about 120 pounds remain in the South Routt and Hayden school districts.
United Way grant deadline approaching
Feb. 28 is the application deadline for grant funding from the Arthur E. Anderson Impact Grant, administered by Routt County United Way.
Despite heavy snow, new performance pavilion on track for June opening
Almost out of sight behind a wall of snow, work is progressing steadily on Strings in the Mountains Music Festival's new performance pavilion at the intersection of Pine Grove and Mount Werner roads.
Executive session held Saturday to discuss philosophies
A City Council retreat Saturday that was billed as an opportunity for City Manager Alan Lanning to discuss philosophy with council members appears to also have served as an impromptu review of the city manager.
Telemark skier among group of top local finishers
Eight years ago, Shane Anderson began telemark skiing. Four years ago, he thought he might be able to be the best. Two years ago, he knew it was a distinct possibility. Last week, it became a reality.
Sixth grade will move back to middle school next year
South Routt School District officials have announced plans to transition sixth-graders back to Soroco Middle School, five years after dropping the grade to the South Routt Elementary School.
12:36 a.m. A domestic disturbance was reported in Steamboat Springs, where a man broke down a door during a verbal and physical dispute with a woman. The man was arrested on criminal mischief charges.