Moffat County’s win against Steamboat is the 1st since 2004
A season in which the Steamboat Springs football team never could seem to catch a break came to an end Friday with a forgettable performance against rival Moffat County. It was the first time Moffat County has beat Steamboat since 2004.
Foul play ruled out in death of local 37-year-old
Foul play was ruled out in the death of a local 37-year-old. Routt County Search and Rescue also was sent to search for a lost hunter south of Hayden. The hunter was found in good condition.
Brooks Kellogg pleaded not guilty Friday morning in U.S. District Court in Denver to charges stemming from an alleged murder-for-hire plot. Kellogg, 72, attended Friday morning’s arraignment, handcuffed and in custody of U.S. Marshals.
Republican’s departure eliminates Western Slope representation
State Sen. Al White a Hayden Republican, essentially was ousted from the powerful House-Senate committee by his own party after serving on it for four years. He said one negative impact for Northwest Colorado residents would be the lack of Western Slope representation on the committee.
The dub and hip-hop group Peace Officer from Fort Collins returns to Steamboat. The group features the lyrics of four emcees and electronic influences. Peace Officer plays at 9 p.m. Saturday at Ghost Ranch Saloon and the show is free.
Oak Creek neighbor, bartender respond to woman's involvement
On a thin slice of dirt road is 424 Bell Ave., a small house with plastic across several windows and a deteriorating exterior. Part-time Steamboat Springs resident Brooks Kellogg, 72, owns that house. It’s the former home of a woman who has told the FBI she used to be Kellogg’s mistress. Kellogg was arrested Oct. 19 on suspicion of trying to pay for the killing of a Florida man.
Tigers hope to slow run-1st Pirates
The Hayden High School football team is back in the playoffs, and it’s to make it more than a one-game stay, Tigers’ coach Shawn Baumgartner said the team would have to be at its best for a 1 p.m. Saturday game. The Tigers, the 16-team tournament’s No. 9 seed, will open the playoffs on the road against 7-2 foe Monte Vista, No. 8.
Members seek more precise language for park fees, expenditures, board member process
Before it’s ready to close on the purchase of the 586-acre Lyman Orton parcel, City Council is seeking more clarity in its future working relationship with the nonprofit that would manage it.
Fundraising event brings nonprofit closer to $500,000 goal
Routt County United Way might need a new name for its $10K fundraising days. Wednesday’s $10K Day for United Way resulted in $42,667 in donations. That’s before adding Yampa Valley Bank’s $5,000 match, which brought the total to $47,667.
Sailors hope to end season by ending Bulldogs’ playoff hopes
It’s never hard to find motivation when playing your natural rival, but for a winless Steamboat Springs High School football team, today’s game could set several things in motion. A win at the 7 p.m. game today at Moffat County High School would start the offseason right.
For Stagecoach resident Megan Morgan, burlap coffee sacks were a blank canvas on which to project her cycling-influenced stencil art. Morgan’s new series of coffee bag art will be on display at Spill the Beans during First Friday Artwalk today.
Make conservation part of your to-do list this winter
Winter is in the air! Can’t you just smell it? Fall is one of the busiest times of the year at the Natural Resources Conservation Service. We are busy trying to encourage our participants to get their conservation practices installed before the snow flies so that we don’t have to check them out under two feet of snow.
Wedged in between the bright star Fomalhaut to the south and the glittering Pleiades star cluster to the east is the huge, lumbering constellation of Cetus the Whale. It ranks fourth in overall size among the 88 official constellations.
With the expense and effort put into landscaping yards and gardens, naturally, gardeners want to do everything they can to protect their investment. And trees tend to be the biggest investments that gardeners need to protect.
In East Africa, ‘mzungu’ is not a straightforward concept
Swahili, the “trade” language throughout much of East Africa, is not a uniform language. Under what circumstances it is used and how it is spoken varies widely throughout Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda.
Soroco High School senior Lanette Laman set to perform
There’s no fiction in cowboy poetry. Well, there could be some embellishment, but the stories have to come from some experience, said Lanette Laman, a senior at Soroco High School. The 17-year-old amateur cowboy poet uses her experience growing up on ranches as the inspiration for her poetry.
After having his house searched and going through the court system, Hayden resident Timothy Nelson had all charges against him dropped. Prosecutors and the Routt County Sheriff’s Office decided there were significant questions about the May 23, 2009, search of his home.
Yampa Valley Autism Program has rescheduled its annual Masquerade Ball to March 5. The ball will take on more of a theme of Mardi Gras with prizes for best costumes, dancing and dining. The location is to be determined.
John Brown’s Body, Slightly Stoopid members make 2 appearances Saturday
Christofer Welter started going by the moniker C-Money as a rebellious pre-teen living in Florida. But there was one thing he held onto at school: playing trumpet in the marching band. The music he’s played with reggae bands such as John Brown’s Body and Slightly Stoopid during the past 13 years has fed him in a literal and soulful manner.
More gets 240 hours community service
After the deals and wrangling were done, Kati More, the Steamboat Springs woman accused of stealing then returning more than $60,000, will serve 240 hours of community service and pay nearly $1,700 in costs and fines.
The Record for Nov. 3
Yampa Valley Autism Program has rescheduled its annual Masquerade Ball to March 5.
Check out a list of First Friday Artwalk showings and a map of the locations by clicking here.
1:04 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a burglary alarm in the 2100 block of Lincoln Avenue. The alarm was false.