A Bureau of Land Management firefighter from Craig was killed Friday afternoon in an accident while working on a hazardous-tree removal project at Freeman Reservoir, the BLM office reported in a news release Saturday.
Former Sailors start spent 1 year at DU
Michael Vandahl is transferring from the University of Denver after one year to play basketball at the University of Nebraska, Kearney.
New music directors bring innovative styles to 22nd season
In December, Andres CÃ¡rdenes and Monique Mead outlined an ambitious set of goals for their first season as co-music directors for Strings Music Festival.
You get a curious feeling while touring the home of a former colleague and pawing through the family possessions looking for something to purchase. I walked away from the home Friday with a beautifully illustrated 19th-century book.
Volunteers help plant 2,000 trees at Steamboat Lake State Park
More than 100 volunteers planted lodgepole pine, aspen and spruce trees alongside the flags, hacking aside wet dirt in the rain. The Bark Beetle Information Task Force led the planting Friday morning and afternoon. Children, parks and forest service employees and volunteers helped out.
Hayden, construction company agree to cost of subdivision repairs
Hayden and Robinson Construction have agreed that both will put money toward repairs in the Lake Village subdivision.
Vectra Bank is hosting its business for breakfast event Tuesday. The talk, "Global Perspective on the World Economy: What it Means to Routt County," is from 7:15 to 9 a.m. at the Steamboat Grand Resort Hotel, 2300 Mount Werner Circle. David Landman will give the presentation. He's a partner in the London office of Perella Weinberg Partners, which is an independent, privately owned financial services firm that provides corporate advisory and asset management services.
About 12,000 pounds of limestone swung above Little Toots Park on Friday afternoon as a construction crane installed the largest section of a piece of public art called "Let the Music Play."
5:09 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a noise complaint in the 800 block of Douglas Street where an alarm was reportedly sounding. Officers arrived and everything was fine.
Oak Creek moves closer to filling municipal job
The town of Oak Creek is one step closer to finding a code enforcement officer after a half dozen applicants applied for the position.
Organizers plan to continue annual Oak Creek event no matter the weather
Take an umbrella. Take a lawn chair. And take swimsuits. No matter what the weather is like during today's Taste of South Routt event, organizer Dave Moran said it's still going to happen, with all the fun, music and food that have become a South Routt staple.
High water and continued rain delay search planned for Monday at Fish Creek Falls
An extensive search for Rebecca Green, the Steamboat Springs woman who fell into Fish Creek on June 13, was planned for Monday but has been postponed by weather conditions. Routt County Sheriff Gary Wall said water in the creek is too high to ensure safety of search crews.