Group will draft town governance charter
Only 8 percent of registered town voters turned out for election. Nine-member Charter Commission will now draft document that could move Hayden from statutory to home-rule status.
Water line break will close elementary school Wednesday and Thursday
Yampa residents should use bottled water for drinking, food preparation and other uses after the town's main water line broke Monday night.
Adult pass costs $879 with reduced price through June 1
A 2009-10 adult season pass to Steamboat Ski Area costs $879 through June 1, as part of a new pre-season rates package that includes adding unlimited Copper Mountain and Winter Park access for $40.
A 27-year-old Craig man fell asleep at the wheel Sunday morning as he drove through Hayden, crashing into three cars parked outside Hayden Congregational Church.
Now that spring is here, stargazers are heading outdoors to enjoy Northwest Colorado's clear, dark skies. Here are some of the celestial highlights you can look forward to during April:
Kindergarten enrollment should be a less stressful affair this year in Steamboat Springs. The Steamboat Springs School District plans to offer 25 percent more spaces in full-day kindergarten classes for the 2009-10 school year.
Authorities won't tolerate abusive behavior on April Fools' Day
Ugly incidents on past April Fools' Days have prompted Steamboat Ski Area to launch a campaign to promote appropriate behavior this year. Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp. and the Ski Patrol are working with businesses and young people to encourage respectful behavior Wednesday.
Prosecutors ask judge to reconsider venue in murder case
The legal wrangling in a Moffat County murder case continued Monday morning with a prosecution filing asking the presiding judge to reconsider trial venue.
Baumgardner: 2-abreast amendment protects all road users
State Rep. Randy Baumgardner has angered some cycling groups with an effort to curtail riders' ability to ride two abreast on state highways, but the Hot Sulphur Springs Republican said his amendment is for the safety of all road users, including cyclists.
Testing is nearly complete across Routt County
Weeks of filling in bubbles with No. 2 pencils are coming to an end for Routt County students as Colorado Student Assessment Program tests draw to a close.
Sailors' 6 1st-half goals propel them past Bulldogs
The wind cutting across the surface of Gardner Field on Monday afternoon was frigid, but not even the cold seemed to slow Steamboat Springs High School's red-hot offense. The Sailors girls soccer team rolled to a 7-0 victory against the winless Moffat County Bulldogs.
Harley Davidson rejects the recession, why can't we?
Have you ever stopped to wonder how our approach to coping with the recession in Steamboat Springs might change if all our elected public officials rode Harleys?
Sunday, March 29