Coed B League Softball Standings and Game Results for July 31
Bald Eagle Lake Open Water Swim results for July 30
The Doak Walker Care Center at Yampa Valley Medical Center received a perfect score of zero deficiencies in an unannounced inspection by the Colorado Department of Health from July 9 to 11, according to a news release.
Adult Coed Soccer League Results for July 31
There’s nothing like severe drought conditions to change one’s perspective on the availability of clean municipal water. This summer has provided some new perspective for many residents and business owners, and appropriately so.
Water is essential in our daily lives. Turn on the tap, and water comes out. Have you contemplated how much you use inside your home?
Yampa Valley Feeds owner Tammie Delaney hopes a coffee shop and a new retail presence will fill her store's space after it closes following the Routt County Fair.
Undersheriff Ray Birch said his department has responded to 21 calls in Oak Creek in the preceding 14 days. Routt County Sheriff Garrett Wiggins has said a long-term police presence would cost the town a little more than $50 an hour.
The town of Hayden on Thursday night could become the second town to follow Routt County’s lead in easing burn restrictions in response to decreased fire danger.
In its ninth year, the Steamboat Wine Festival is expanding to a four-day event drawing thousands to Steamboat Springs for seminars, tastings and outdoor activities.
Amy Charity went three for three during the weekend at the Salida Classic, winning the time trial, criterium and road race.
The proceeds from an Aug. 19 bike ride will benefit the Gold Medal Initiative, an ongoing effort to help land Colorado athletes on the top of Olympic podiums.
John Holland Brothers Jr., the former teacher accused of sexually assaulting a Steamboat Springs child, remains in Routt County Jail awaiting a decision from the Colorado Supreme Court.
With 3.23 inches of rain this month, Steamboat Springs has seen the fifth-wettest July on record dating back to the early 20th century.
First Friday Artwalk runs from 5 to 8 p.m. at various downtown Steamboat Springs venues.
The Steamboat Springs American Legion baseball team lost its first two games in the double elimination Legion State Tournament, falling, 10-4, to Fort Morgan and 10-5 to Summit.
The Steamboat Springs all-star traveling lacrosse team recently competed in the Champ Camp in Baltimore, Md., facing top traveling teams from across the country.
Everything in life would be better if it worked like a library. Think about it. A library is built on trust, something that is in short supply these days.
Brothers Eric and Jace Logan led the way for a strong local contingent at the weeklong Little Britches National Finals Rodeo in Pueblo.
The voluntary fishing ban has been tough on local fly-fishing shops and guide services, but local professionals continue to support it.
The burglary at the Brand Spankin Used thrift store at 107 E. Main St. was reported at 5:30 p.m. Sunday, and it is suspected the burglary occurred sometime after 3 p.m. Saturday.
1:14 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of an attempted suicide in Steamboat.
Horizons Specialized Services provides free screenings for children. If you’re a parent and are concerned about your child’s development, call Kathy Northcutt at 970-871-8558.
Motorists should expect delays of as long as 10 minutes during a rotomilling project on Rabbit Ears Pass.
Stage 1 restrictions begin Wednesday
Effective Wednesday, the Stage 1 restrictions will allow charcoal grills and campfires within approved fire grates on state land and land in unincorporated parts of Routt County.
Competition done for Team Canada swimmer
Steamboat Springs swimmer Blake Worsley helped Canada to a 14th-place finish Tuesday in the 800-meter relay.
Blake Worsley had Team Canada in second place after his opening leg in the 800-meter freestyle on Tuesday. The team went downhill from there.