- Emilie Carrie Kissell and Daniel Edward Kissell, Clark, a boy.
- Mackenzie Yukus and Joseph Archer, Hot Sulphur Springs, a girl.
- Jessica Renee Krieger and Andrew James Krieger, Hayden, a boy.
- Chelsey Hammer and Matt Hammer, Craig, a girl.
- Anna Lundeen and Ty Atkins, Steamboat Springs, a girl.
My name is Tony Stich, and I am running for Routt County Commissioner District 1. As you’re considering who to vote for in this highly contested primary, please consider that should the moon and stars align, there could be a complete change in the Board of Commissioners.
In these challenging times, Routt County needs a commissioner who will listen well, work hard and stay true to the vision of the future the people of Routt County have created.
I am running for commissioner because I have a passion for the Yampa Valley, cultivated throughout 60 years of living the dream.
As the music started late Saturday afternoon at Loudy-Simpson Park, a few bold dancers stepped out onto the grass. Before long, a crowd had gathered in front of the stage, swaying singly or in pairs as Alter Eagles: The Definitive Eagles Tribute performed for a crowd that covered the lawn.
12:59 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a bike stolen from the 800 block of Yampa Street.
Steamboat Springs Police Department officers are continuing to warn residents to lock their car doors after cash, iPods and loose change reportedly was stolen Saturday from 15 to 20 unlocked vehicles.
Northbound traffic on Elk River Road from U.S. Highway 40 will be detoured to Downhill Drive starting Monday to accommodate the replacement of an existing water line.
County Agenda for June 18 and 19
Like many vegetable gardeners, I have a hard time waiting patiently for the soil to warm up for the majority of plantings.
Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo results: Rodeo No. 1
This past spring, Jodi Dorris went through an event we all dread. She lost her father, Joe Lacko, to a chronic illness.
New assistant principal for Strawberry Park and Soda Creek elementary schools named
Before it adjourns Monday evening, the board could adopt a calendar for the 2013-14 school year, award a building contract and hire a new assistant principal.
Resignation of Oak Creek officer reopens fraught questions
Oak Creek has struggled with staffing its police department for more than a decade. Now, after the resignation of Officer Lance Dunaway, the town must revisit what might be its most stubborn issue.
Steamboat river already approaching end of recreation season
According to a National Weather Service forecast, the Yampa River could slow to 85 cubic feet per second in Steamboat Springs as early as Wednesday. Once the river falls below that threshold, it essentially closes to recreation to protect wildlife and the river’s habitat.