- Irene H. Roussin
- Elizabeth Marie Pedersen
- Leon Martin Heiman
- Phillip Richard Latham
- John Stafford Frichtel
- Nicole and Paul DeCrette, Steamboat Springs, a boy.
- Brittany Nickerson and J.W. Squire, Meeker, a girl.
- Alexis Kaye Velardo and Keith Anthony Velardo, Craig, a boy.
- Skylar and Grahm Sharnowski, Kremmling, a boy.
- Erin and Pete Schwartz, Oak Creek, a girl.
- Elizabeth and Mike Porter, Yampa, .
- Reyna Valles and Celerino Ramires, Steamboat Springs, a girl.
- Lindsay and Dale Morris, Steamboat Springs, a girl.
- Nicole and Travis Halone, Oak Creek, a boy.
- Lisa and Randall Dimick, Craig, a girl.
- Lisa and Dominick Medina, Yampa, a boy.
Woman suffered from neck pain, shortness of breath after 65-foot leap
Steamboat Springs woman, 25, complained about neck pain and shortness of breath after 65-foot leap Saturday. It took rescuers more than four hours to get her from the remote area.
The Hayden Public Library announces its fifth Reader of the Week for the Summer Reading Program. Eight-year-old Faith Day is this week's top reader.
Marilyn Harris, of Steamboat Springs, was named to the spring honor roll at Phillips Academy in Andover, Mass., a private high school. Students must maintain at least a 5-point grade average on a 6-point scale to be named to the honor roll. Harris is a member of the Class of 2011.
Business is 2nd to offer pet cleaning service in town
An active member of the local dog community, Frank Cefaratti Sr. and his son, Frank Jr., had an idea. They decided to offer a new service at their Mountain View Car Wash & Detailing - a self-service dog wash.
Locals, visitors get glimpse of Routt County agricultural life
The buses have been packed to the gills on this year's Cow Town Ranch Tours, organizer Marsha Daughenbaugh said. That's a welcome change after a year when two tours were canceled because of lack of interest, she said.
Kassandra Collins leads Relay For Life team development
Collins, a 50-year-old Steamboat Springs resident, lost her mother to breast cancer 17 years ago. She herself was diagnosed with colon cancer in December 1998 and has been in remission for 8 years. Last month, the disease struck close to home, once again. Collins' father was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer June 23.
Occupation: Executive director, Rocky Mountain Youth Corps
In order to prepare runners for potentially competing in college and for successful high school careers, Greg Long has started running camps Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings and Tuesday and Thursday mornings.
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.
Developers of Wildhorse Meadows and Trailhead Lodge have signed a contract for the $3 million gondola to be manufactured by Leitner-Poma in Grand Junction.
Integrated Community serves medical community, Spanish speakers
Craig is the interpreter program manager for Integrated Community. The service is free for patients and for the doctors, dentists and other health professionals involved.
Sure, it brings thousands armed with umbrellas, sunscreen and lawn chairs to the soccer fields of Steamboat Springs.
A memorial service for Hayden native Ann Copeland is at 2 p.m. today at the Hayden High School gym. A wake is at 6 p.m. at the HiWay Bar at 136 E. Jefferson Ave. in Hayden. Memorial donations may be made to the Ann Copeland Memorial Scholarship Fund, in care of First National Bank of the Rockies. An online guestbook is at www.grantmortuary.com.
Frank W. Potter, age 13, accidentally drowned in the Yampa River on Monday afternoon when he slipped into a deep hole about a mile west of the depot where he had been wading and swimming with a group of boys. Frank was not a good swimmer, and when he got into the deep water, he went under. Some of his companions attempted to bring him to the surface, but he pulled them into the water, and they were forced to go for help. The body was recovered a little before 6 p.m. when William Gossard succeeded in catching a hold of one of Potter's feet with a grappling hook. He and Jack Johnson located the body by swimming around in the vicinity of the accident. The water was murky, and it was difficult to see the bottom of the hole, which is estimated to be 12 feet deep.
Weekly real estate transactions for Routt County.
City officials and Steamboat 700 developers should take all reasonable steps to complete annexation negotiations in time for a pre-election vote by the City Council. Such a vote, regardless of its outcome, would be in the best interest of the city and its residents.
Joe Bishop is 72 years old, but his face lit up like a child's Friday evening as Troy "The Wild Child" Lerwill spun donuts into the dirt of the Brent Romick Rodeo Arena with his motorcycle, opening his signature and wildly popular rodeo act.
Tailwind Tours can tailor guided bike rides to riders' desires. The company has guides who can assist in fly-fishing, among other outdoors specialties, and has a shuttle bus that can take riders to where they want to go after a ride.
Prudential Steamboat Realty reports on its blog that although sales remain substantially below recent years, showings in June were on par with June 2008.
On Tuesday night, I had to umpire a Steamboat Springs men's softball league game. I went into the game like any other for the past 20 seasons; calling balls, strikes and outs. But what happened that evening was something I hadn't experienced in four decades of playing, spectating or officiating organized team sports.
Plans for a South Valley mining operation from 2005 have re-emerged
Ed MacArthur, of Native Excavating, confirmed that plans for a gravel mining operation (minus a concrete batch plant) near the Colorado Highway 131 Bridge over the Yampa River have been submitted to the Routt County Regional Planning Department.
Folks of all ages line streets to enjoy annual parade
Scores of Hayden residents lined the streets to watch the Hayden Daze annual parade. Children gathered candy tossed from floats, which followed a "Let the Good Times Roll" theme.
Hosted Tours owner Brad Somers has opened for business in a kiosk on Lincoln Avenue at Seventh Street. Somers has run Hosted Tours mostly online for four years.
I read the commentaries in Steamboat Today because politics, for which I've never cared much, is becoming a bit relevant. I'm a Christian school teacher, and one of the unfortunate facts of modern Christian education is that only the teacher, not the whole family, gets employer-provided health insurance, without paying a fortune. This was quite different when I taught college. This, coupled with subsistence wages and in some schools terrible politics, will cause Christian schools within the next five years to be taught more by mothers interested in tuition breaks than by trained, experienced educators.
It appears that those who supported the president's stimulus plan have over-promised and under-delivered. We were promised 8.4 percent unemployment, and we are headed to 10 percent and beyond. As with the stimulus plan, two more pieces of flawed legislation are being rushed through Congress - cap and trade and health care.
In my opinion, Steamboat 700 has been more than fair in their concessions to the city. Unfortunately, our town has put off recommended (by staff) improvements for 8 to 10 years in some cases, waiting for a "sugar daddy" to come and bail them out.
Brain tumor changes everything in 5th annual Tour de Steamboat
When 38-year-old cycling enthusiast Brad Cusenbary was diagnosed with a brain tumor, helping raise money was the only thing that seemed to make sense.
Laura Lamun's move into a new factory allowed her to use feng shui to arrange her body products business just how she wanted.
Hospital prepares for disaster
Joey Dunlap was one of three YVMC employees who donned decontamination suits to take part in an emergency preparedness drill Wednesday morning. The scenario was that three people were accidentally sprayed with an agricultural pesticide
In the coming weeks, Congress will be taking action on one of the most important pieces of legislation that will come before us - health care reform.
Although the actual season is more than a month away, the work the Sailors team put in Friday, Saturday and today at the Steamboat Mountain Soccer Tournament should go a long way come the opening of the season.
12:04 a.m. Police arrested a 35-year-old transient woman on Seventh Street on suspicion of second-degree assault and criminal mischief.
Joe Bullock had a rocky road to getting raw foods, sandwich shop running
The seeds of Joe's Magic Foods sprouted about 25 years ago, when Joe Bullock lived in an abandoned warehouse in Chicago.