Readers put resort at No. 10, a two-slot drop from last year
Steamboat Ski Area slid in at No. 10 in Ski Magazine's poll of best North American ski resorts, a two-spot slip from last year's No. 8. The rankings come from a poll of Ski Magazine readers. The resort ranked No. 1 in family programs.
Mulcahy is answering reader questions about the proposed master-planned community in west Steamboat Springs.
Routt's August numbers were down to 6 percent from 6.9 percent in July
Routt County's unemployment rate decreased in August, to 6 percent from 6.9 percent in July. But the rate is up from August 2008, when the county's unemployment stood at 3.2 percent.
A 68-year-old Texas trucker was taken to Yampa Valley Medical Center in stable condition and cited for careless driving after an accident Thursday evening on the western side of Rabbit Ears Pass on U.S. Highway 40.
Commissioners vote, 4-2, send annexation on to Sept. 29 date with City Council
Planning Commissioner Karen Dixon hailed the Steamboat 700 proposal Thursday night as a "framework for concentrated, dense, smart growth" as she made the successful motion clearing a path for the creation of more than 2,000 new homes just outside the city's western boundary.
The senior shot a 1-under-par 71 last week at the Steamboat Sailors Invitational to take home the low medalist honors. He was the only player in a field of 86 golfers and 22 teams to have a round under par.
Game to be broadcast live on steamboatpilot.com
If football is all about getting better each week, as Steamboat Springs High School coach Aaron Finch always says, then the lessons learned at Delta last week carry an especially important note tonight.
It just didn't add up in Colleen King's mind. The senior setter and her Steamboat Springs volleyball teammates were up two games to none in Glenwood Springs, where, traditionally, wins don't come without a fight.
The South Routt School District will ask the proposed Song Mountain development in Stagecoach to provide land or cash for a future school.
Police blotter for Sept. 18
Vail Mountain fell to third on Ski Magazine's top North American ski resort rankings - the first time the resort has been below the No. 1 or No. 2 spots since 1999, when it ranked fourth.
Tri-State Generation & Transmission officials hope a $3.8 million grant award to study carbon sequestration in the mountains south of Craig is one step toward giving the company a lasting future in Northwest Colorado.
The first CRA ProStart Classic, benefiting the local chapter of the Colorado Restaurant Association and the Chris Corna ProStart Scholarship Fund, is today at Rollingstone Ranch Golf Club.
Hayden looks to remain perfect
A year ago, the Soroco High School football team went into a game against Faith Baptist hoping to unfurl its passing game for the first time. It worked, to the tune of a 48-30 victory.
Today: Rally Colorado - Steamboat Springs, throughout the day
Local band plays party for 'Inflatable Rachael' today
The songs on Chris Walsh's debut CD have been floating around in the local singer-songwriter's head for most of this decade. Walsh's band, Trouble or Nothing, will play at a CD release party today.
The Record for Sept. 16
Yampa Valley Regional Airport officials are planning $46 million in capital projects during the next decade. Airport Manager Dave Ruppel laid out the importance of that money for the Hayden Town Council at a work session with the Routt County Board of Commissioners on Thursday.
Record field for race
Walter Magill's participation in Saturday's Run, Rabbit Run, Steamboat's 50-mile trail marathon, originally was supposed to be a part of his campaign to retain his City Council seat.
Group adds more projects to calendar
The Hayden Garden Club took on an ambitious agenda when it started a year and a half ago, and the group is making headway.
Ski area supports ballot measure for energy efficiency fund
Aspen Skiing Co. will play a role in lobbying Pitkin County voters to approve a clean energy financing district this fall, Skico Environmental Affairs Director Auden Schendler said Wednesday.
Leftover Salmon mandolin player performs
In a free concert Saturday at the base of Steamboat Ski Area, The Drew Emmitt Band will play as part of the inaugural Steamboat Oktoberwest.
Rams volleyball can't get past stiff Wildcats defense
A fast start propelled Soroco High School to a big early season win Saturday at Paonia, but the Rams were on the other end of a fast start Thursday as they battled North Park at home.