There are good ways to open the season and there are great ways, and Thursday night the Hayden High School girls basketball team and senior post Erin Koehler definitely went right through good and all the way to great.
The Hayden Town Council voted, 4-1, on Thursday night to approve the first reading of an ordinance that next year would raise monthly water rates in Hayden by 71 percent and sewer rates by 29 percent.
Soroco sophomore Matthew Regan burst onto the scene with a red-hot, 3-point shot and helped his team to a booming 70-45 win against North Park.
With turnovers, poor shooting and clunky execution, it looked like what it was: the first game of the season. The Soroco High School girls basketball team overcame all that Thursday night and opened the season, 1-0, knocking off North Park in Oak Creek, 33-23.
Colorado’s economy depends on elk hunting and agriculture to play large roles, and throughout the years, the two juggernauts have co-existed on Routt National Forest.
In addition to raising money to preserve quiet, nonmotorized areas for quality backcountry skiing, snowboarding and snowshoeing, a portion of the proceeds from this weekend’s 13th annual Backcountry Ball will support Jim Linville.
Denver-based painter will be featured at the Steamboat Art Museum starting Friday
When Quang Ho was 11 years old, he couldn’t do his homework. So instead, he drew. With art, he didn’t have to battle the language barrier that came with immigrating to the United States from Vietnam just days before the fall of Saigon in 1975.
9:25 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a two-car, noninjury accident at Steamboat Springs High School.
Routt County Habitat for Humanity finished the foundation at its two-duplex unit at 2750 Honeysuckle Lane and closed it up for the winter.
The Holden Young Trio has taken off in a new funky electro direction with the addition of synthesizers. They play The Tugboat Grill & Pub at 9:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
Steamboat innkeepers are hoping for a late surge in bookings similar to the one they experienced last week as they head into the second Saturday of the ski season.
Abstract artist Shaun Acton wanders into the concepts of time, space and metaphysics with an attentive curiosity and a good-natured humor, layering his creations with mystery and acceptance.
A leash law is one of numerous rules that have gone into effect for land on Emerald Mountain overseen by the Bureau of Land Management. That rule and others will be explained during a public meeting at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at Library Hall at Bud Werner Memorial Library in Steamboat Springs.
Members of Friends of the Hayden Christmas Tree Festival are busy making the final preparations for the upcoming auction that last year netted $4,500 for 25 local nonprofit groups. The group hopes the auction brings in more than last year’s total.
Mainstreet Steamboat Springs is a semifinalist for the 2012 Great American Main Street Awards, the National Trust for Historic Preservation announced Thursday. The group is among 10 semifinalists for the award.
The Steamboat Symphony Orchestra will perform Williams’ “The Lark Ascending” this weekend at its two holiday concerts, which are family-friendly events. The concerts are at 7 p.m. Saturday and 5 p.m. Sunday.
A preliminary report from the city shows an increase of 2 percent over October 2010. After budgeting for a 10 percent sales tax revenue decrease in 2011, the city is now up 3.95 percent from 2010 collection.
The Steamboat Ski Area resumed operations at 8:30 a.m. Friday, one day after winds clocked at 123 mph shut down the lifts and caused damage across the city.