- Asher Atkinson Routt County
Nearly two decades after Colorado became known as the “hate state” for passing a ballot measure aimed at gays, a legislative committee approved a bill that allows same-sex couples to enter into civil unions.
A proposal for federal regulations on the use of hydraulic fracturing in oil and gas development on federal land drew fire from Utah, Wyoming and Colorado officials at a congressional hearing Wednesday in Denver.
1:56 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of vandalism in the 3000 block of Après Ski Way.
It’s shaping up to be a great summer for Yampa Valley Sustainability Council’s Talking Green program. Adopted by the sustainability council in December 2009, Talking Green has been running regular educational evenings since April 2007, when it was launched by Sarah Fox, of Fox Construction, and Janet Panebaker.
Camping, backpacking and hiking season is upon us. Be it a daytrip or a week-long venture, you’ll probably remember to pack an emergency first-aid kit for you and your cohorts. But what about your dog?
Steamboat opened its title defense by pushing all seven entries in the Grand Junction tournament into Friday’s finals matches, all but assuring the entire team will be headed to next week’s state tournament in Pueblo.
Part-time Steamboat resident Jerry Crawford, an Iowa lawyer, hopes his horse Dullahan will be special enough to run for roses at the 138th Kentucky Derby on Saturday.
Karen Tremaine wins singlespeed division
A group of Steamboat Springs mountain bikers laid down a strong start to their season at the Whiskey 50 off-road mountain bike race in Prescott, Ariz. But none fared better than Karen Tremaine.
Unfortunately for the Sailors girls lacrosse team, they added yet another “almost” to their season, falling 7-5 at Eagle Valley on Thursday afternoon.
Legislation heads to House of Representatives for consideration
The U.S. Senate last week passed legislation that could save rural post offices from closure for at least another year. S. 1789, also known as the 21st Century Postal Service Act of 2012, passed the Senate with bipartisan support by a vote of 62-37.
Find arts and entertainment events for the week of May 4 to 10 with the Explore Steamboat calendar.
The Routt County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously this week to commit a little more than $1 million of dedicated property tax revenue to place large conservation easements on a pair of western Routt County ranches whose history is woven into author Dorothy Wickenden’s best-selling nonfiction book “Nothing Daunted.”
Susanne Alexander, author of “Empowered Healing, Creating Quality of Life While Journeying through Cancer,” will speak from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Yampa Valley Medical Center conference rooms.
Local officials say proposed rules for roadless national forest land in Colorado will help protect homes and potentially human lives from wildfires.
Ten students will be displaying their final projects throughout May at City Cafe, with an opening reception Friday night during First Friday Artwalk.
Thursday was a day of celebration for the Steamboat Springs High School Science Olympiad team as they reviewed highlights from the state competition in Golden last month.
The annual five-show Free Summer Concert Series could use all the community support it can get, so the concert series organizers will hold a Keepin’ it Free fundraiser Saturday.
Sylvia Duncan never met Miriam Coulter Pence. Pence, Duncan’s great-grandmother, belonged to an era long since past, and her life was preserved only in relics and family lore.
The restaurant at Haymaker Golf Course has new management and a local feel. And for many residents and visitors, the experience should be familiar.
FIrst Friday Artwalk listings for May 4