The Aspen Skiing Co. has withdrawn plans for a Nordic ski jumping venue on the Tiehack side of Buttermilk Ski Area, as a new mountain master plan approaches its first public hearing.
Commissioners approved a fire ban for unincorporated Grand County on Tuesday.
Coed outdoor soccer league scores for June 12
Resident suspected of hitting another person with bike lock cable Sunday
A 39-year-old Steamboat Springs man was arrested Monday on suspicion of jumping a 65-year-old man and hitting him with a bike lock cable.
The last time the snowpack in Colorado was this low — which is nearly nil — was in 2002, when the Hayman Fire ravaged 214 square miles of forest land.
Craig Police Chief Walt Vanatta estimated a total cost of approximately $19,700 when factoring regular and overtime pay and equipment usage for the three city departments that assisted with May’s campaign stop by Republican Party presidential candidate Mitt Romney.
Coed B League Standings and Game Results for June 12
The Moffat County Commissioners approved, 2-0, Resolution 2012-72 on Tuesday establishing a fire ban in unincorporated portions of Moffat County. The ban takes effect immediately.
Bureau of Land Management officials announced Tuesday that fire restrictions will go into effect starting Wednesday on BLM land in the Little Snake Field Office, which encompasses Routt and Moffat counties.
American Legion squad played in Rangely during weekend
The Steamboat Springs American Legion baseball team split a pair of games in Rangely during the weekend. Steamboat lost the first game, 5-4, before blowing open the second game and winning, 24-10, in a mercy rule game.
2nd event of Town Challenge Mountain Bike Race Series is Wednesday
The second race in Steamboat’s Town Challenge Mountain Bike Race Series also might be its most unique. The Marabou Cross Country features no long climbs, instead giving way to a fun and fast trek along a rolling course.
A group of teachers from South Routt School District will complete the Run, Rabbit Run ultramarathon as a relay team in September to raise funds for the South Routt Education Endowment Fund.
Steamboat resident John Grassby finished his novel more than five years ago but only recently found a publisher for the thriller, which is set in the 1940s.
When Routt County Regional Building Department Official Carl Dunham set out to hire a temporary building inspector, likely for just a few hours per day, he ended up hiring his former boss.
Steamboat Springs resident Steve Hofman said Monday that information about a proposed casino near Yampa Valley Regional Airport soon would be available to the public.
Rob Douglas raises a number of vital and valid questions about a possible casino near Yampa Valley Regional Airport in his recent column (“Casino raises questions,” June 8 Steamboat Today).
Desperate times call for desperate measures, and it’s for that reason we’re encouraged by the proactive approach taken to help maintain flows in the Yampa River this summer.
One of the best parts of Steamboat’s traditional Fourth of July observances has cleared its financial hurdles, allowing cowgirls and cowboys to push a herd of cattle through downtown July 1.
Two local nonprofits, LIFT-UP of Routt County and Totally Kids, have launched new programs to make sure school-age children don’t go hungry this summer.
8:08 a.m. Routt County Sheriff’s Office deputies were called to a report of a couple of people walking around a foreclosed home in the 33200 block of Ramuda Trail in Oak Creek.
Cheryl Strayed's “Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail” is a memoir of regaining your footing, of the healing power of nature and of the burdens we all must shoulder.
The Steamboat Springs Police Department received 13 reports by Tuesday afternoon of cars that had been broken into Monday night in the area of Chinook Lane and Sparta Plaza.
The Steamboat Springs Police Department on Tuesday released security camera video from the armed robbery that occurred at the Shell gas station at Weiss Drive and U.S. Highway 40 just before 10 p.m. Sunday.
Adult league volleyball results for June 11
Adult Men's I and II league results for June 11
Frigid weather or not, the rituals of early summer were in evidence above 9,000 feet; brilliantly colored cutthroat trout were slipping up tiny creeks barely 18 inches wide in their annual spawning run.