City officials hope to ask voters to fund the construction of a new public safety campus in west Steamboat, which would allow the city to sell its current police headquarters and fire station and convert the building into retail and office space.
The Johnsons are a family of coaches. But until this year’s state title, the Johnson family never had won the big one.
Senior Madison George was named to the first team while Lindsay Miles and Jacey Schlegel were named honorable mention.
The Hayden High School girls basketball team had four girls named to the Class 2A Western Slope League, including one being named the Senior Player of the Year.
The Hayden and Steamboat Springs High School track and field teams opened their season Saturday in Delta.
The Hayden High School boys basketball team placed all five starters, four of which are juniors, on the all-league team.
On Tuesday morning, Doug Henderson debuted in his new role as the executive director of Steamboat Art Museum.
The Steamboat Springs Police Department hopes to have a new school resource officer in place at the high school by the fall to replace Josh Carrell, who has been promoted to detective.
Organizers of the new fund hope the thousands of dollars they collect will have a significant impact on Steamboat Springs School District’s upcoming budget process.
Glide the Divide race results
The Tasaru Girls School Fund presents a screening of “The First Grader,” a PG-13 film based on the true story of an 84-year-old Kenyan man’s determination to go to school.
The Oak Creek Planning Commission will meet Wednesday night to consider amendments to the town’s land-use code.
Anna Roder, Steamboat Springs’ locally cultivated artist, treated a lucky audience of hometown residents to a recital on her violin Sunday at Bud Werner Memorial Library.
Carol Lacey promoted to Zero Waste program coordinator
The Yampa Valley Sustainability Council also has announced Carol Lacey's promotion to Zero Waste program coordinator March 1.
Alpine snowboarder Justin Reiter led the United States on Saturday with his best finish of the season at a World Cup event in Valmalenco, Italy.
The start of spring Tuesday ushered in sunshine and a warming trend that is forecast to break records this weekend in Steamboat Springs.
12:28 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of rental skis found by a bus driver in the 2300 block of Mount Werner Circle.
If you want to avoid low work performance, your first step should be eating breakfast.
Supporters working to save the upper Montessori program next year are not asking that Montessori students receive preference at the expense of other students.
After studying the terms of the new First Tracks program, we think it protects some premium powder areas of Mount Werner for the general skiing public.
The social media hub in our beautiful little town is located about 9,000 feet above sea level in a place lovingly referred to as PHQ — ski patrol headquarters.
Real estate transactions for March 9 to 15
Festival tickets on sale April 4
Adding to its 25th anniversary season lineup, Strings Music Festival announced that Canadian country crooner k.d. lang will perform Aug. 3 at Strings Music Pavilion.
As the Broncos move into the Peyton Manning Era, their next task is finding a trade partner willing to take 25-year-old quarterback Tim Tebow.
An iPhone photography workshop is being offered by Karen Schulman from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Off the Beaten Path Bookstore.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls lacrosse team stepped onto the field as a varsity program Monday for the first time since 2008.
12:09 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a fight between large group of people in the 1300 block of Dream Island Plaza. The crowd had dispersed before officers arrived.