- Victoria and John Mertz, Steamboat Springs, a girl.
- Tiffany and Trevor Wachsman, Logan, Utah, a boy.
- LeShasta and Clinton Hall, Craig, a boy.
- Carolyn and Robert Davis, Steamboat Springs, a girl.
- Klapperich and Blossom Wedding
George Hine taken to YVMC after crash around tight turn on C.R. 33
The accident occurred shortly after 1 p.m. today. George Hine of Steamboat Springs was thrown from his motorcycle after failing to negotiate a tight turn in the road.
Some choose to take a year off to pursue sports goals
As Max Marno weighed his options after graduating high school last year, he decided to take a post-graduate year, a year after high school where he could just focus on his Alpine racing career. It’s an alternative many have taken advantage of.
Full disclosure: I work on the Howelsen Place project, I live in the city of Steamboat, I love the music at Ghost Ranch Saloon, and I am honored that my family can be a part of this community.
Yampa Valley Medical Center will present a free program called “Menopause: It’s Hot!” on Tuesday.
The proposed city water rates will indeed apply only to residents in the city service area and to the city’s wholesale customer Steamboat II. However, wastewater rate increases will affect all residents of the city, including the Mount Werner Water District, as well as residents of the Steamboat II and Tree Haus metro districts.
Happy birthday wishes to Olive Blake, Ray Manzanares, Dutch Williams, Linda Archuleta, Kari Griffin, Rebecca Wattles, Liam Frentress and Dustin Day.
The developers of Boulder Ridge subdivision chalked up their first lot sale that didn’t come from someone close to the development group. The 0.62-acre Lot 9 sold to the Daniel A. Hamann Trust for $796,500. The sale price was steeply discounted from the original price.
Like water flowing through a pipe, issues surrounding Steamboat Springs’ needed water system improvements and corresponding rate increases are very much in motion. Less than a month remains before specific costs for residents could come before the city's elected officials.
The air inside the Bud Werner Memorial Library Hall was charged with vibrations that reached the far corners of the room. In the crowd of about 200 people, some sat with their eyes closed, swaying and silently smiling.
Waste at Free Summer Concert Series events has been reduced to 1 bag from 12
A pair of hands was all it took to remove the waste produced at the Free Summer Concert Series events. Members of the Yampa Valley Zero Waste Initiative were all smiles when they placed a single bag of trash in a Waste Management bin after the show.
The inaugural Steamboat Lacrosse Camp debuted Monday to Thursday. The résumés were impressive, the camp was really one of a kind, and another staple appears to have made Steamboat Youth Lacrosse one of the premier programs in the state.
Bill Northrop and Lance Hoffman might have found their calling. The two competed in their first bodybuilding contest Aug. 7 at the Warrior Classic in Loveland. The two-year process of working out nearly every day, dieting and doing cardio paid off.
As is obvious, the stimulus bill did not work to stimulate the economy — sure it worked to buy favor and some votes, and the recipients of the funds were stimulated, but it did not stimulate the overall economy.
There are very few issues that affect the future of our community as much as land-use proposals. The Routt County Board of Commissioners is proposing a Transfer of Development Rights regulation that has the possibility of a) affecting the location of new residential growth, and b) promoting land conservation.
A proposed state-of-the-art geoexchange building on Colorado Mountain College’s Alpine Campus in Steamboat Springs offers significant promise for the college and the community. College and city officials should continue to work with one another to resolve any issues that could unnecessarily derail the project.
One of the newest trends in the running world isn’t really all that new. Runner Rob Shoaf will host a barefoot running clinic from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at Kinetic Energy in Steamboat Springs.
Brian Burger and few of his closest kayaking buddies assaulted the waters in and around the state of Colorado like they hadn’t before, and as the season finally began to wind down this month, they had only amazing memories to show for it.
Dave Nagel stood shaking hands and accepting congratulations as the crowd drained out of the Thunderhead Cafeteria on Aug. 8 at Steamboat Ski Area. The Ride 4 Yellow was over, and it had been astonishingly successful.
The jail Report for Aug. 7 to 13
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The Mountain Village Partnership, a group formed this year to promote events and businesses at the base of Steamboat Ski Area, has named a new president and vice president of its board of directors.
Doug McKee made his first fishing net as a Father’s Day gift this year. He made his second net for himself. Less than two months later, he’s made and sold seven more of the wood-handled, rubber nets, with an eighth on order and under construction in the basement of his Stagecoach home.
Colorado Northwestern Community College will offer a career development for teens course from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Mondays this week through Aug. 30 at Hayden Public Library.
Thanks to everyone for donations to the weekly bingo games here at the Doak Walker Care Center. We have plenty of stuffed toys, thanks to a recent donation, but we’re still looking for any jewelry people are willing to donate as prizes. Thanks so much!
Taping stall cards to livestock pens and sweeping barn floors at the Routt County Fairgrounds on Thursday, 4-H agent Cassidy Kurtz was getting used to her new job.
Holly Fielding wants every child in Steamboat to have the opportunity to learn how to play a stringed instrument. Fielding, a violinist with the Steamboat Springs Orchestra, has created a nonprofit to do just that.
Age: 24 Occupation: Deli clerk Place of birth: Littleton
131 N. Fourth St., Hayden Seller: Nick and Natalie Chaney Buyer: Erin Katherine Bentley Sale date: Aug. 6, 2010 Sale price: $162,500
Michelle Garner, of Prudential Steamboat Realty, looks forward to hosting open houses, not because she expects to sell the house where she spends a Saturday afternoon, but because an open house can be the real estate equivalent of speed dating.
Steamboat Springs Realtors increasingly are dealing with distressed properties in the recessionary market. But many say the market for bank-owned homes is more complex than typically understood.
4-H programs let non-ranch children raise livestock for county event
Members of the 4-H Town Kids program have been busy in Steamboat and Hayden as they get ready for the Routt County Fair. The program gives children who don't live on ranches an opportunity to raise livestock on land leased to them by ranchers.
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