On Tuesday, three groups exited Citizens Hall with a bad taste in their mouths after the Steamboat Springs City Council appropriately denied raises for city employees until the council can review employee compensation in the context of all city expenditures and revenue during the 2013 budget process this fall.
Developers say town, schools could see $5 million annually
There were a handful of vocal opponents and a few others who think it’s a great idea, but the majority just wanted to learn more about a casino project being proposed near Yampa Valley Regional Airport.
Steamboat's Hot Air Balloon Rodeo has been grounded, but that doesn’t mean the skies will be devoid of the floating aircraft — within city limits, that is.
Most years, the dark clouds that pushed over Steamboat Springs late Thursday afternoon would pose a menacing sight. But this isn’t most years, so those clouds and the rain they potentially held were a welcome sign for most residents here.
Steamboat Youth Lacrosse Week 1 standings
City officials are doing the legwork needed to position the Yampa River Core Trail to be eligible for a round of grants from Great Outdoors Colorado that have the potential to deliver a long-hoped-for extension.
12:23 a.m. Routt County Sheriff’s Office deputies were called to a report of an injured elk near mile marker 143 on U.S. Highway 40.
Local police and firefighters said they were pleasantly surprised with how well people behaved during Steamboat Springs’ Fourth of July festivities.
Pace stresses coal’s place in energy security
On Thursday, Sal Pace, a Pueblo Democrat running for the 3rd Congressional District of Colorado, visited with officials at Trapper Mine in Craig to learn how impending federal regulations could affect the coal mining industry.
The Steamboat Symphony Orchestra will be holding its season kickoff party at 6 p.m. Sunday at Catamount Ranch & Club.
Not all herding dogs love to herd, nor do all sporting dogs love to hunt. Their characteristics can vary from animal to animal.
Each year of the Cow Pie Classic rugby tournament features something unique. This year, the tournament’s 38th, offers the largest and possibly deepest field in tournament history.
A 57-year-old woman was hospitalized Thursday afternoon after crashing her SUV while fleeing from Steamboat Springs police.
Flat tires took the place of fireworks Wednesday, but they didn’t seem to stop a local contingent of Steamboat Springs mountain bikers at the annual Breckenridge Firecracker 50.
Events across Routt County for the week of July 6 to 12.
The Steamboat Mad Mud Run will, in fact, feature mud. So despite dry conditions, it won’t be the Steamboat Mad Dust Run.
Several weeks of tough training throughout France for the U.S. Nordic Combined Ski Team will culminate with a trip to Sochi, Russia, and the venue for the 2014 Olympic Games.
Author chronicles ancestor's journey in Northwest Colorado
Dorothy Wickenden, executive editor of The New Yorker, will be the featured guest at a free book signing from 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday at the Museum of Northwest Colorado in Craig.
The Department of Justice has released its findings on competition and agriculture stemming from the joint workshops held by it and the USDA in 2010. The report states that “antitrust enforcement has a crucial role to play in fostering a healthy and competitive agriculture sector.”
What started as Tracy Bye's interest in volunteering to collar tigers in Russia has evolved into a multidimensional series of events to help save Siberian tigers.
The Steamboat Today is producing live video coverage of tonight's community meeting in Hayden hosted by the group proposing a casino near Yampa Valley Regional Airport.
On Saturday, the New Orleans-based quartet NOLA Live will appear at Sweetwater Grill for a concert event that's becoming a downtown tradition.
The band behind "Low Rider" and 'Why Can't We Be Friends" will play Aug. 10 at Howelsen Hill. It's the sixth act announced for the Free Summer Concert Series.