Meat sickens 2 with salmonella in Routt County
King Soopers and City Market have recalled 466,236 pounds of ground beef linked to 14 cases of salmonella in Colorado, including two confirmed cases in Routt County. Recalled meat was produced on dates ranging from May 23 to June 13.
Week 1 Standings
Summer camps give reason for optimism for Steamboat Springs High School team
Results in June don't mean a whole lot come November and December, but the work the Steamboat Springs High School girls basketball team has put in this summer certainly should help.
It took a handful of dedicated workers five hours of hacking and hiking in the hot July sun, but Cara Marrs said it was worth it.
Applications for Routt County Fair Royalty are due today. Interested girls ages 8 to 19 can call Missy Wilhelm at 879-2968 for an application and details. Applicants don't need to have their own horses or be members of 4-H or FFA.
12:05 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of an assault in the 600 block of Lincoln Avenue. Officers arrested a 40-year-old North Carolina man on suspicion of third-degree assault and being a fugitive of justice.
High School athlete fares well at national tournament
Lauryn Bruggink gets offended when people ask her whether she'll wrestle again. Of course, the rising Soroco sophomore is used to the question and to the critics of her wrestling at the high school level.
Cheryl Arnett's second-grade class is published. Web published, that is. On Arnett's class Web site, at moffatsd.org, several videos and projects are posted showcasing the students achievements during the year.
Community Alliance organizer: Community Alliance has 'fought growth forever'
The Community Alliance of the Yampa Valley has postponed its petition drive to make future annexations subject to a public vote, backing off from an ultimatum issued by Community Alliance's organizer Steve Aigner to City Council earlier this week. The decision, though unrelated, comes amid increasing attention given to a video of an April sociology presentation by Aigner at Iowa State University.
For the past four decades, Sam Bush has been a leading name in the reinvention of American music, using his skills as a mandolin player, guitarist, singer and songwriter to coin a musical term and an accompanying revitalization of mountain music. Bush performs in Steamboat Springs on Saturday.
Donovan D. Rypkema was in Steamboat Springs on Thursday to give a presentation about the importance of historical preservation - economically and environmentally. And about 20 representatives from Colorado Springs to Hayden and places in between also made the trip to Centennial Hall to hear Rypkema speak.
CattleWomen's scholarship fund alive and well after 23 years
The Routt County CattleWomen have been giving out agriculture scholarships for more than 23 years. The first two scholarships were given out in 1986 and were for $250. Since that time, the amounts have increased, and so have the number of recipients.
Council OKs 1st reading of 3.5 percent increase on hotels, cars
The town of Hayden tested its legs as a home rule municipality Thursday when council members approved the first reading of two possible new taxes on hotels and car rentals.
Stamina, professional demeanor and role preparation are highlighted in the curriculum of Emerald City Opera's Artist Institute for Emerging Singers. Performances by the group are scattered throughout coming weeks.
Organization unsure about TMH purchase
The Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association may buy its portion of the current The Memorial Hospital campus, or the whole facility or none at all, said Cole White, VNA director of operations.
Company: Maintaining service is key to success
The Aspen Skiing Co. will fill the same number of positions next winter as the prior ski season and avoid pay cuts despite the recession.
Mountain officials: No plans to expand 2 downhill trails
In the past few years, more Colorado ski resorts have spent increasing amounts of money and time on building up downhill mountain biking trails and features on their slopes to create a growing summer attraction - and it's a trend that some local riders and businesses wish Vail Mountain would follow.
What to do this weekend for July 24 to 26
Amendment to Home Rule Charter unnecessary
Most Tuesday evenings, the 7 p.m. public comment period during Steamboat Springs City Council meetings passes with little consequence. Often, no one steps to the podium to address the council. This week, Steve Aigner provided a notable exception.