When the Colorado General Assembly convened Wednesday, state Sen. Al White wasted no time introducing a bill to repeal sections of a law known as FASTER that increased fees on late vehicle registrations.
I am accompanying three girls from the rescue center who just finished high school to a computer training program located in the Maasai Mara of Kenya, the premier safari location in the country.
The Yampa Valley Autism Program has merged with Community Cultivation in an effort to combine skill sets and offer services to a larger population of residents. The groups joined Jan. 1.
Fena Metzler celebrated her 12th birthday with a hearty breakfast of pancakes and bacon, surrounded by her new parents and siblings in Steamboat Springs. But it was apparent she was experiencing a confusing mix of emotions. At the same time she celebrated her new life in Colorado, she had to cope with the fact that the orphanage in Haiti where she lived had been demolished by an earthquake.
Music festival continues with tribute bands today, Sunday
Walking out onto the stage of the Steamboat Music Tent on Thursday night, Texas rock band Jonathan Tyler and The Northern Lights was met with a few cheers, a few less-than-flattering cat-calls and not much else. It took the hard rocking, blues-drenched band about 15 seconds to erase any skepticism a crowd of Wailers fans might have had. The Northern Lights delivered a show packed with irresistible energy.
Advocates on both sides of the Steamboat 700 ballot question debated Friday whether the controversial project would deal a setback to the Routt County housing market. Let’s Vote is challenging last year’s City Council decision approving an annexation agreement for land west of city limits, which would allow the developers to enter the planning process.
Fast starts to each half and a high-flying, high-scoring performance by senior Alex Estes proved more than enough for the Soroco High School boys basketball team to lay waste to North Park on Friday night.
Hannah Moore canned a 3-point shot late in the Steamboat Springs High School girls basketball team’s game at Delta on Friday, giving her team a 45-44 victory and keeping the squad perfect in league play.
A Steamboat Springs Community Blood Drive, sponsored by the YVMC Auxiliary, is from 12:30 to 6 p.m. Thursday at Yampa Valley Medical Center. Blood donations typically drop off during winter but the need remains the same, according to a news release. To schedule an appointment, call Bonfils at 800-365-0006, option 2, or sign up online at www.bonfils.org, site 0234.
Garrett Flint and his fifth-grade classmates from Ridgeview Elementary School walked closely behind their remote control car as it sped around the cafeteria. Shouts of “awesome” and gasps of excitement filled the room as the little car sped across the floor, finishing 1 1/2 laps before sputtering to a stop.
You are in the grocery store buying a cart of items to get you through the next few days. You get into the line, put your wares on the belt and watch the checker scan everything. Your pen is poised over your checkbook, but you nearly have a coronary when you hear the total.
12:29 a.m. Routt County Sheriff’s Office deputies were called to a report of telephone harassment in Yampa. Deputies advised the caller that it should be handled in civil court.