The Steamboat Springs School District should not approve a 2012-13 budget without first dedicating an additional $30,000 to cover the estimated shortfall in the high school’s athletics department.
The Jail Report for April 7 to 13
2:20 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers pulled over a 25-year-old Steamboat Springs man for running a stop sign at Seventh and Laurel streets. Police arrested the man on suspicion of driving under the influence, open container and disregarding a stop sign.
Happy birthday wishes to Duane Hockett, Belle Mazzola, Ava Svoboda, Tyanna Zabel, Trystan Campbell, Erin Copeland, Taylen Zabel and Bryan Muhme.
More than 100 turned out for Saturday’s North Western Colorado Bull Sale on Saturday afternoon, which netted the highest ever sales at $112,000.
A Yampa Valley Data Partners report released this month supports the notion that Northwest Colorado business owners shouldn’t expect drilling crews to inject significant revenues into their businesses.
An early wildfire season amid extremely dry conditions has local officials drawing comparisons to Routt County’s last big fire season of 2002.
Odie, a boxer pitbull mix, belongs to Steamboat Springs couple Heidi Blackmar and Pat Yeager, and Odie’s an NCAA mastermind.
If the winter of 2011-12 has taught the slope maintenance crews at Steamboat Ski Area anything, it’s that nothing can be taken for granted.
It’s been a season of learning for the Steamboat Springs High School girls lacrosse team, which lost, 13-5, on Saturday to Fruita-Monument.
The Steamboat Springs High School baseball team picked up a pair of wins Saturday in Paonia, winning the first game, 12-9, and the second one, 12-5.
Steamboat Springs High School has three options as it faces a sports program transportation deficit: cut athletic programs, find additional funding or perhaps stop funding Tier 2 sports.
The Steamboat Springs High School boys lacrosse team has won 39 consecutive Mountain Conference games, culminating the season this year with its fourth consecutive conference title.
A day after playing one of its worst games of the year, the Steamboat Springs girls soccer team bounced back Saturday, picking up a 3-0 win at Delta.
Steamboat boys lacrosse beat Valor Christian, 12-4, on Saturday, and the team improved to 13-1 overall and 9-0 in the Mountain Conference. The win also makes Steamboat 4-1 against Front Range opponents.
Steamboat Springs Police Department officers arrested a 21-year-old Steamboat Springs man after he drove a car into the back of a downtown building early Saturday.