The Routt County Board of Commissioners fired back Tuesday with a response to Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission Director Thom Kerr.
The city of Steamboat Springs’ final May sales tax report shows a revenue increase of 6.85 percent compared with May 2011.
Organizers of the Colorado State BBQ Championships recently received a tentative permit from the Moffat County Sheriff’s Office to host their event as planned.
In front of a Steamboat Springs audience Thursday night, journalist John Pomfret will try to summarize one of the world’s most complex relationships in 90 minutes.
Saturday’s eighth annual Tour de Steamboat will bring more than 600 riders to Steamboat. The event is rich in cycling history and has evolved from a money making venture to a tremendous fundraiser.
The Steamboat Springs American Legion baseball team picked up a pair of league wins during the weekend to close out the regular season.
The Steamboat Springs all-star traveling lacrosse team won the Summit County Lacrosse Classic, finishing 5-0 and outscoring its opponents, 42-9.
Steamboat Springs cyclist Tammy Jacques finished second Saturday at the Crusher in the Tushar road and dirt ride in Fish Creek National Forest in Utah.
The Steamboat Big Mountain Enduro Race is at 8 a.m. Sunday. Registration is Saturday at Christy Sports in Gondola Square.
6:43 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a complaint that construction started early in the 1300 block of Bob Adams Drive.
The term Obamacare is a derogatory reference to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act about a universal health care plan that actually is quite good.
We think it’s a fool’s argument that a free newspaper like ours is devoid of any actual value. But that’s precisely the logic being employed by some members of the Colorado Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice.
The photo and caption about a fire along U.S. Highway 40 on July 12 left out some key facts.
In Steamboat Springs, where a strong and ever-growing African arts community took hold more than a decade ago, the youth demographic has not been left behind.
The Depot Art Center was abuzz with activity Friday and Saturday for the 31st annual “A Day for Writers,” which drew 40 authors from across Colorado to as far away as Bristol, England.
With mandatory water restrictions in place in Steamboat Springs, it’s time to provoke thought on ways we can change old habits that may not make a lot of sense to begin with.
I’ve come to the startling realization that I spend an alarming amount of time thinking about food.
Fire management officials from across northern Colorado will wait until early next week to make a decision about whether to leave Stage 2 fire restrictions in place in a five-county area that includes Routt and Moffat counties.
Incoming calls to the newspaper are met with a busy signal, an issue that is related to CenturyLink, which mistakenly disconnected all of the newspaper's phone lines Friday. The problem returned Tuesday, and now has come up again Wednesday.
Zoe Taylor and Madi McKinstry both were named to the woman's A team. Charlie Dresen and Jeffrey Gay made the men's A team.
Ongoing hazard tree removal operations are resulting in a number of closed roads and trails in the Forest Service's vast network of backcountry travel routes in and around Routt County.
The river was flowing at 107 cubic feet per second Tuesday morning, its highest level since July 7. However, a dry weather patten is headed Steamboat's way.
Organizers of the Colorado State BBQ Championships recently received a tentative permit from the Moffat County Sheriff’s Office to host their event as planned. Now in its third year in Craig, the BBQ Championships are scheduled to run in conjunction with the Moffat County Balloon Festival Aug. 3 to 5 at Loudy-Simpson Park. However, before the grilling begins, organizers will need to follow through on some safety conditions. The area used for the championships must be supervised by experienced fire personnel, and firefighters will wet down the ground with water from an on-site truck every few hours to prevent stray embers from open flame grills catching the grass on fire.
Learn more about the Urban Land Institute Technical Assistance Panel in Steamboat this week to study Yampa Street.