Ruling on Northwest Colorado crane hunt set for July 12, 13 in Sterling
A decision on a proposal for a limited hunting season for greater sandhill cranes in Routt and Moffat counties is scheduled to be made during a meeting July 12 and 13.
Routt County school district officials breathed a sigh of relief this week after a bill that would stop cuts to K-12 education cleared the state House, but the educators were quick to remember that state funding still is far less than it was four years ago.
There was plenty for Routt County athletes to be happy about Wednesday as middle school students competed in dozens of events.
The city of Steamboat Springs will begin paving projects May 9, weather permitting.
12:17 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a noise complaint in the 1200 block of Buckskin Drive.
Hayden resident will perform Friday with clarinetist Gary Foss
More than 40 years after she started tuning pianos for a living, Hayden resident Kathleen Allen still finds bits of mystery in her lifelong relationship with music.
Aces High Services, based in Steamboat, began offering curbside recycling and trash service this month after more than a decade of trash removal work in Routt County.
Hayden community members have put together a free benefit concert to raise funds for a kidney transplant for Doug Zirkle, Mission of Grace Baptist Church pastor.
The Steamboat Rugby Club has begun practicing for the 2012 season, but by no means is the roster set. In fact, the team’s leaders are looking for anyone with an interest in playing rugby.
Tara King, a 2006 Steamboat Springs High School graduate, learned a lot while playing professional volleyball in Vordingborg, Denmark.
Commissioners seek better air and water quality monitoring
Quicksilver Resources will have to wait until at least June 26 to get approval for a special use permit for an oil well near Milner.