The ride, with as many as 1,500 cyclists, will be in Steamboat for three starts, beginning June 20 and leaving June 22.
It doesn’t come down to the scores. It comes down to the numbers, and the numbers say a move to 8-man football is imminent.
The Steamboat Springs Young Professionals Network is hosting the inaugural Rocky Mountain Young Professionals Summit starting Friday in Steamboat.
The Routt County Board of Commissioners recognized employees Tuesday who have spent five, 10, 15, 20, 25 and 30 years with the county.
The Hayden Town Council meets at 7:30 p.m. Thursday and will discuss the criteria for hiring the town’s next police chief.
1:17 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp. banner found in bushes at Colorado Mountain College.
Some things, such as love, war and cultural differences, are universal. And that makes it easy for comedians like Kyle Grooms to make fun of them.
It’s win or go home starting Thursday for the Steamboat Springs High School tennis team, which begins play at 8:30 a.m. in the regional tennis tournament in Grand Junction.
World famous children's book author Avi also will make an appearance at a public event from 4 to 6 p.m. Friday at Off the Beaten Path Bookstore.
With the help of a $4,000 grant, Old Town Hot Springs is building a new hiking trail behind its facilities on Lincoln Avenue.
The Steamboat Springs City Council cut planned 2012 Capital Projects Fund spending by about $700,000 because of concerns about the fund’s low balance.
2:11 a.m. A person asked to speak with a Steamboat Springs Police Department officer about a possible stolen vehicle in the 200 block of Park Avenue. The car was borrowed by the person’s teenage son.
Partners in Routt County, a local nonprofit organization dedicated to providing meaningful mentorships between adults and youths in our community, is seeking caring, committed volunteers to serve on its board of directors.
My days are so different without the direction my horoscope provides me each morning.
The editorials from the police warned us of drivers that might be high on marijuana. Is it “reefer madness” or real?
I was disappointed when I looked for my favorite cartoon strip “Overboard” and couldn’t find it in your paper today.
On behalf of all those who are registered “patients” and acquire medical marijuana in Steamboat Springs and Routt County, the November election issue that would ban legal businesses should be stopped from being certified by the County Clerk by a petition to the County Court.
We encourage voters to support Referendum 2B, a quarter-cent sales tax increase in the city to pay for airline revenue guarantees.
While some city services are being reduced in 2012, Steamboat Springs’ general fund expenditures are almost $2 million higher next year than what the city expects to spend this year.
Golfer hopes experience will fuel another trip to state
You could hear the disappointment in Erik Sobeck’s voice Tuesday afternoon as he talked about the second round of the 2011 Class 4A Boys Golf Championships.
More K-12 students in Routt County this year are receiving free and reduced-cost lunches, and in Steamboat Springs the numbers are breaking records.
Racers shine at 24-hour national championships
A few Steamboat cyclists took advantage of one last chance to shine with top finishes at the USA Cycling 24-hour Mountain Bike National Championships.
Coed Volleyball League
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