Greg Rockhold was hired two years ago from Tennessee school
Greg Rockhold became the district's superintendent in March 2008 and received a two-year contract at the time. The Hayden School Board voted unanimously tonight against renewal.
Michael Young and his wife won't return next year to Soroco district
Michael Young and his wife, Kim, a fourth-grade teacher, have submitted their resignations to the school district.
Routt Democrats want Romanoff; Republicans like Norton, McInnis
A tense political landscape sure to heat up as November approaches attracted more than 300 registered Routt County Democrats and Republicans to Tuesday night’s party caucuses. Save for one race, the straw poll preferences of local caucus-goers largely reflected the will of their peers across the state.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls soccer team took an early lead Tuesday night, but the team ultimately fell to Battle Mountain, 3-1. Battle Mountain raised its record to 3-0 overall and 2-0 in the Western Slope League, and Steamboat Springs fell to 0-1 and 1-1.
The Steamboat Springs High School baseball team started its weekend with a win Friday, knocking off Paonia, 18-0.
The Steamboat Springs High School track and field team opened the season Saturday at the Jaguar Invitational at Legacy Stadium in Denver. As a team, Steamboat finished ninth out of 15 at the mostly Class 5A meet.
Members approve money to pursue grants for ski hill, delay city staff pay decision
City Council voted unanimously to spend $250,000 on efforts to improve Howelsen Hill and $250,000 more on projects spread across several city departments, but voted, 4-3, to postpone a decision about performance bonuses for city employees until August, when the city will have a better picture of its 2010 sales tax revenues and financial situation.
For Legacy PR, and owner Mignon Stetman, February’s 55th annual Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show marked a strong start to a new season.
Adult League Volleyball standings for March 17
Adult League Soccer standings for March 17
Adult League Basketball standings for March 17
Thank you to the generous community members of Routt and Moffat counties for making the 2010 Hospice daffodil fundraiser a huge success.
When the Hatch Act was passed in 1939, its main intent was to keep federal employees from using their positions to unfairly influence elections. The act states, among other provisions, that federal employees cannot run for partisan office. It was expanded in 1940 to include state and local employees.
Moving 6th grade to elementary, eliminating principal on table
The Hayden School Board is scheduled to consider whether to restructure the district schools and administration when it meets tonight. Moving the sixth grade to the elementary school and eliminating one of the district’s three principals were recommendations made by the district’s budget committee last week during a special School Board budget workshop.
Foundation’s local branch seeks input from nonprofit leaders
Issues facing women and girls across Northwest Colorado were at the center of conversation Tuesday morning at Alpine Bank. Steering committee members of the local branch of the Women’s Foundation of Colorado sat down with nonprofit group leaders and Eve Powell, interim director of the foundation at the state level.
Prosecutors and attorneys for Eduardo Capote are reportedly working to reach a plea deal after a jury was unable to reach a decision in early February.
Police and prosecutors are charging that a 17-year-old Steamboat Springs youth was involved in four local burglaries in late 2008, including a theft of guns from a police storage locker.
‘Blithe Spirit’ opens Thursday, runs through Saturday
Subtle humor, intricate relationship drama and ghosts are occupying the Steamboat Springs High School drama department, as student actors, crew members and directors prepare for a production of Noel Coward’s “Blithe Spirit.”
Thursday night is the last chance to sign up for a twice-weekly free English as a Second Language class offered this semester by Colorado Mountain College’s Alpine Campus.
An ongoing source of delight for many of us in Northwest Colorado is that each season, we come across pockets of beauty and tranquility we had not noticed before: a hidden canyon, a shaded pool of water, or perhaps a stash of chanterelles. Just so in the arts these days; there now seems to be a flowering in this region of artistry one would not have thought possible a few years ago.
It’s time for spring training! Inspired by the Olympics, terrified by the impending arrival of bathing suit season and mortified by my winter caloric intake, I have made a firm commitment to get back in shape. Nothing, I repeat nothing, will stand between my workouts and me.
Town Board hopefuls to meet Thursday night
The Oak Creek Town Board Candidates Forum on Thursday night will be the only opportunity for a public discussion with the five candidates before the April 6 election.
Board to consider approval at March 29 meeting
The Steamboat Springs School Board is scheduled to consider whether to approve a draft of the 2010-11 school year calendar March 29.
Police are still awaiting the results of an analysis of evidence in a reported sexual assault from October. Police sent the evidence to the Colorado Bureau of Investigation but have not received results.
12:42 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a burglary alarm in the 800 block of Lincoln Avenue. The building was locked, and everything was fine.
Corned beef will steam, Guinness will flow and live music will boom at Steamboat Springs bars and restaurants today as locals and visitors celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Local festivities start with live music during happy hour on the mountain and downtown.