- Rose Marie Larson Steamboat Springs
After three months of vetting and arduous debate, Routt County educators left Wednesday's with $2.5 million they plan to use next school year.
1:58 a.m. Routt County Sheriff’s Office deputies were called to check on the welfare of a man in the 200 block of Bell Avenue in Oak Creek. He could not be found.
Weigh and Win, a free community program that pays you to achieve a healthy weight, is available at the Haven Community Center conference room in Hayden through May 17.
The 26th annual Tour of the Gila stage race in Silver City, N.M., last week was the toughest event Amy Charity has ever faced.
Student rate could increase by $25
On Monday, Steamboat Springs School District officials presented options to help cut into a projected $30,000 shortfall without axing any existing sports.
The Steamboat Springs girls tennis team stands Thursday on the verge of the state tournament, with all seven of the squads entries and all 11 varsity players poised to dive into three days of serves and volleys, tears and glory at Pueblo City Park.
This week, New York-based musician and composer Daniel Bernard Roumain visited local schools for workshops with school ensembles, introducing them to his conceptual approach to music.
Despite restrictions on fires and burning in Routt County, residents might notice a few agricultural burns taking place.
The fate of allergy sufferers in Routt County was sealed during the last week in March when temperatures reached 60 degrees and higher during seven days and tree pollen counts spiked.
We’ve published two Rob Douglas columns in the past month, and both elicited phone calls and emails from readers either thrilled or furious with his return to writing.
More than just a band, MarchFourth is a traveling performance troupe, bringing acrobats, stilt walkers, dancers and lively theatrics to its live shows across the world.
Hayden results improve; South Routt scores down
Shortly after recess Wednesday, Soda Creek Elementary School Principal Michele Miller told more than 100 third-graders that they made history.
The city of Steamboat Springs is looking for a new public works director to replace Philo Shelton, who is leaving to take a job in Los Alamos, N.M.
On Tuesday, Steamboat got a look at the premier program in the state, a team in Kent Denver that’s not just several steps away from Steamboat, but one of the top programs in the West. The Sailors lost, 17-3, closing their season.
The project to construct the HS45 year-round ski jump is under way at Howelsen Hill, according to a news release.
A spokesman for Kennedy Wilson Auction Group updated Trailhead Lodge auction totals at 24 luxury condominiums “sold,” with a combined value of $9.17 million.
Issues surrounding water and sewer service and the town’s land-use code continue to occupy Oak Creek Town Board members.
Cabaret feels very comfortable back at the Depot Art Center, where the annual Steamboat Springs Arts Council fundraiser hasn’t taken place in several years.
Local water providers have launched a rebate program to encourage residents to conserve treated water, and the city of Steamboat Springs is looking to lead by example.