A hiker who had been missing for more than 24 hours in the Flat Tops Wilderness was found alive and well Saturday with help from Routt County Search and Rescue volunteers.
Robinson Construction to work out deal
The Hayden Town Board unanimously agreed to reach a settlement with Robinson Construction concerning faults in the Lake Village subdivision, but Town Manager Russ Martin said there still is work to be done to finalize the deal.
Andy Picking will join nearly 1,700 runners Sunday as they stream down Routt County Road 129 into Steamboat Springs, a massive herd heading for friends and family waiting behind the ropes of the finish line.
Funk group has opened for George Clinton and P-Funk, won acclaim from Creative Loafing Atlanta as best R&B/soul/funk act, and has five records, including one live EP. The show starts at $10.
Ridge Trail on Emerald Mountain offers quite a commute
The Bureau of Land Management's 4,139-acre Emerald Mountain forest parcel received a new level of protection from the federal government this week.
In choppy waters, Hog Island carves out new niche
When the economy turns south, an entrepreneurial boat maker must keep a light hand on the tiller and be prepared to set a new course. That's what John St. John has done at Hog Island Boatworks.
12:46 a.m. Routt County Sheriff's Office deputies and Steamboat Springs Fire Rescue emergency responders were called to a request for an ambulance. A 49-year-old man reported having chest pains, refused medical transport and was treated on scene.
Travis Darling, who grew up in Steamboat Springs and finished high school in Ignacio, has qualified for the upcoming College National Finals Rodeo.
Steamboat's Lodwick, Demong Spillane to anchor squad
The U.S. Ski Team announced its 2010 Nordic Combined ski team Thursday. There weren't many surprises. Steamboat's Todd Lodwick, Billy Demong and Johnny Spillane will continue to anchor the U.S. squad.
The milling and paving of Whistler Road that began Monday is scheduled to continue until Wednesday. The project is causing minor traffic delays and the rerouting of bus routes. Projects on Mount Werner Circle and AprÃs Ski Way were completed earlier this week. For information about bus stops and routes, call Steamboat Springs Transit at 879-3717. For information about the city of Steamboat Springs' paving program, call Doug Marsh, street/fleet superintendent, at 879-1807.
The push to the regular season is about to heat up for the Steamboat Springs High School football team. The Sailors will hold their summer minicamp next week.
Nelson Brassell just wants a chance to continue playing basketball. The recent Steamboat Springs High School graduate weighed his options and decided his best bet is to play for a year at a prep school before making a college choice.
What to do for the weekend of June 5 to June 7
Steamboat Springs resident Phyllis Coletta, 52, and her husband, Bob McConnell, are the first of many couples featured in a series of short online "Webisodes" titled "Fit to Boom."
Owners of vacant business could face future legal action
The city of Steamboat Springs has begun to explore taking legal action against the owners of a vacant convenience store lot in the heart of downtown.
The Routt County Planning Commission expressed guarded enthusiasm Thursday night for a new planning tool that could transform the way the county protects highly desirable tracts of open space.
Jamie Gay, Jeffery Gay and Linnea Dixson couldn't stop smiling as they stood along U.S. Highway 40 atop the western summit of Rabbit Ears Pass east of Steamboat Springs on Thursday evening.