At Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association, our goal is to inspire healthier lives by providing education, support and resources that help people make positive changes in their behaviors and environment.
On Friday the Local Marketing District board of directors met for the first time since the Steamboat Pilot & Today editorial of July 29 (“Flight program woes raise tax questions”). In discussing this article, we felt the community needs to know the facts regarding the air service tax and the 2012-13 winter flight program.
Thursday’s grand opening of Colorado Mountain College’s spectacular new academic center overlooking Steamboat Springs is an achievement that stands to benefit the community for decades to come.
12:22 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers stopped a car at Eighth Street and Lincoln Avenue and arrested a person on suspicion of DUI.
Steamboat sneaked by Rocky Mountain, 4-3, for its first win of the early season before falling to perennial power Kent Denver, 7-0.
Freedom Conference attendees on Saturday got to hear what drove Hannah Giles to investigate corruption at an agency that was supposed to be advocating for low-income families.
■ 313 Little Moon Trail Seller: Bank of America NA Buyer: Dan McEntee Sale date: Aug. 20, 2012 Sale price: $400,000 Property description: 1,800-square-foot, three-bedroom, three-bath Lot B in Lincoln View Townhomes. Valued for taxes at $403,200.
A healthy 5.74 percent increase in July dollar volume to $33.44 million helped the Routt County real estate market stay ahead of 2011 performance.
The Routt County Sheriff’s Office was investigating a plane crash Saturday and the death of the plane’s only occupant. The crash was discovered at about noon by a sheep herder north of Milner.
The Old Town Hot Springs Triathlon Club wrapped up its second season last weekend, with athletes notching top times. The Triathlon Club will return next summer for its third season.
In his 1945 book, the "Tread of Pioneers," former Steamboat Pilot founder Charles Leckenby writes of fur trappers, outlaws and gold prospectors in early Routt County.
On July 12, George Krawzoff was told he was fired as executive director of the Yampa Valley Housing Authority following an executive session, which he was asked to leave. On Aug. 9, the Housing Authority board passed a motion in open session to fire Krawzoff and pay him up until that date, calling into question the manner in which he was terminated.
The road trip used to be a right of passage or necessary for work. But now, it has become a place to make memories.