Steamboat Springs School District Finance Director Dale Mellor had some good news to share with the School Board on Monday night.
Shell Oil officials have quashed rumors that the energy production giant plans to buy a hotel in Craig for its employees, but the company has leased land that could be used to build worker housing.
April not only brings snow and rain showers to the mountains of Northwest Colorado, it also brings the annual Lyrid meteor shower.
Officials: Revised false alarm ordinance would ease burdens of enforcing code
A city ordinance intended to reduce the number of false fire and burglary alarms officers and firefighters respond to has had unintended consequences and could be revamped as a result.
As spring weather draws outdoor enthusiasts to low elevation areas that are starting to become snow-free, the U.S. Forest Service is reminding Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest visitors about a few items for their safety and the protection of resources.
The possibility that Manhattan would be plastered with spring blossoms during the week following Easter never crossed my mind in February when we made plans to visit New York for the first time in almost 27 years.
4:21 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a noise complaint in Mountain Village Circle.
There has been no hunting of sandhill cranes in Colorado for decades, but now the Colorado Division of Parks and Wildlife is considering a limited hunting season.
The lackluster snow year led many to doubt whether Steamboat Ski Area could even stay open until Sunday. It did. And just like in seasons past, Closing Day was a jovial occasion.
The Hayden School Board on Wednesday night will consider adopting a calendar for next school year that would add 10 class days for secondary school students but keep the elementary school schedule mostly unchanged.
The Steamboat Springs School Board will host a reception Monday night to honor its four teachers of the year. Less celebratory will be its continuing budget discussions for the 2012-13 school year.
Hayden Snyder said it’s the difficulty of the sport that draws him to tennis.
The Tigers were led by Savannah Williams and Aubree Haskins. Both had second-place showings.
Steamboat Springs High School track coach Greg Long said Asher Rohde has never been one for a sprint.
Lacrosse is probably the most popular non-winter sport there is in town. The 75 players that are out for it this season are the most of any sport at the high school. It’s also a Tier 2 sport.
The deadline to sign up for the Triathlon Club at the Old Town Hot Springs is Monday.
12:32 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a disturbance in the 700 block of Yampa Street. Officers contacted an intoxicated and belligerent man and told him to leave the establishment he was in.
Many of us gardeners start out with flowers and shrubs in our gardens and then think that maybe some vegetables would be a nice addition.
County Agenda for April 16 and 17
Problems occur when a person uses a medication in a way the prescribing doctor did not intend. This includes over-use — taking a medication more often or at a higher dose than recommended — or using someone else’s medicine for a euphoric “high.”