- Frank Robert Puckett Hayden
The Routt County Road and Bridge Department has enacted a seasonal closure of Routt County Road 80A for about three miles from C.R. 80 to C.R. 74 as well as C.R. 80 from the gate at the south U.S. Forest Service boundary to the gate at the north Forest Service boundary.
Steamboat Springs School Board member Wayne Lemley said Wednesday afternoon that he plans to take a leave of absence while he attends to personal matters.
The Steamboat Springs Middle School cheerleaders picked up first place in their division at the CheerSport-Denver Grand Championship on March 10.
Erin Koehler, the Hayden High School Tigers’ basketball and volleyball standout, signed to continue her hoops career with Colorado School of Mines.
Steamboat Springs High School girls lacrosse fell to Aspen on Wednesday, 13-4, at Gardner Field. The Skiers are the top team in the conference, having easily coasted through their schedule to this point.
Members of the Routt County 4-H Scholarship Foundation hope a steak dinner, dance floor and live music by Sundog on Friday will draw a large and festive crowd to the Hayden Granary for a barn dance.
On the Fritz, a band comprising Steamboat Springs High School students and graduates, earned a trip to the Denver Battle of the Band finals taking place in May.
Olympic skier Tarsha Ebbern plans to climb the second-highest volcano in the U.S. with the hope of raising $20,000 for breast cancer prevention.
“Almost, Maine” is a series of short vignettes that touch on a small town’s quirky but wistful characters. The play premieres Thursday at the Steamboat Springs High School auditorium.
Without enough candidates for the Town Board to warrant an election, Oak Creek has been soliciting letters of interest from community members interested in serving.
Adult Coed Indoor Soccer finals results
3:46 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers investigated a suspicious car in the 700 block of Tamarack Drive.
The Routt County Board of Commissioners will take action on the proposed fire restrictions at 3 p.m. Tuesday. Until then, fire officials are asking for the public's voluntary cooperation.