Area fire crews responded to a fire at the Milner Landfill on Monday evening. The blaze was thought to be contained late Monday night.
Sunday, June 15 12:16 a.m. A suspicious incident was reported on Valley View Court.
Art museum seeks to train new volunteers, docents
An advertising pullback already was planned for Colorado Ski Country USA when Vail Resorts left the group last month, Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp. President Chris Diamond said.
Hiker, Ski Corp. officials differ on status of hiking conditions
Richard Sanford has been hiking in Steamboat Springs for 13 years, and he was annoyed this past weekend to find trails on the ski mountain still closed.
All Forest Service routes tentatively scheduled to open by July 4
Eager adventurers will have to wait one or two weeks to head to higher elevations.
Cancer survivor to trek across America to raise funds for research
Eastbound U.S. Highway 40 shimmered in the mid-afternoon sun as Rick Hammersley strode down its shoulder Monday.
When a representative of the Mustang Roundup convention called the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association last week to find out whether E85 ethanol fuel was available in Steamboat, the answer was "yes." It would have been a different answer just a week earlier.
When my former college ski racer came home for summer vacation this year, he brought "Big Blue" with him.
Officials: No smoke detector in apartment; permit status unclear
There were no smoke detectors in the Old Town apartment of a man who died early Sunday morning after a small fire broke out in his kitchen, Steamboat Springs fire officials said Monday.