Real estate transactions for May 4 to 9
After a particularly challenging March for Steamboat’s resort lodging industry, some executives are looking toward two-wheeled transportation to help drive summer bookings.
In a sign of the times, Tom Fox received 52 applications when his company, Fox Construction, ran a classified newspaper ad this spring seeking to hire a project manager and estimator.
Happy birthday wishes to Tanner Copeland, Joe Camilletti, Amber Delay, Thomas Rauch, Ruby Wertenberger, Erik Griffin and Emma Johnson.
7 a.m. Routt County Sheriff’s Office deputies were called to a report of a suspicious incident in the 27200 block of Routt County Road 14. A person was looking through things on the side of the road that were put there when a tenant was evicted.
The Jail Report for May 4 to 11
How might a Christian vote for U.S. president in 2012?
The Steamboat Institute recently held a seminar called “Fracking: The Radical Left’s Latest Weapon of Fear.” The title for the evening activities sounded unbalanced, so I attended to see what it was all about.
The start of construction at the Casey’s Pond Senior Living community in Steamboat Springs is a significant milestone for the housing and medical needs it will fulfill as well as for the jobs it will create.
Meet wraps up regular season; state begins Thursday
For the Hayden and Soroco high school track teams, the Western Slope League championship meet meant one final chance to tune up before the state track meet.
When you cover the Steamboat Springs High School girls tennis team, you don’t often spend time wondering, “What went wrong?”
It works out. That’s the lesson Barry Smith said he’s learned after decades spent watching the Yampa River’s rise and fall in Steamboat Springs.
Results from Saturday's Spirit Challenge 5K and 10K races.
Construction of a year-round HS 45 jump has begun at Howelsen Hill. The ski jump will get a plastic surface that will be sprayed with water, allowing skiers to use it any time of year.
This year marks the last of a single classification for high school lacrosse in Colorado as the rapidly growing sport will move to two classifications — Class 4A and Class 5A.
It’s only nine games, but for some bowlers, the scores they roll at the state bowling championships are the biggest of the season.
The height of the migratory bird-viewing season kicked off during the International Migratory Bird Day celebration, where bird enthusiasts turned out for a series of guided walks along the Carpenter Ranch’s interpretive trail.
Three men were able to walk away from an aircraft that flipped onto its roof during a crash landing shortly after noon Saturday at Steamboat Springs Airport.
Olympian Roberto Mandje, who had the buzz of the crowd at the Spirit Challenge, won the men's 5-kilometer race during the Steamboat Springs Running Series' opening event Saturday.
Tori, a property manager at Central Park Management, submitted this photo of her and her mother enjoying a day at Stagecoach Reservoir. Ninety-nine people submitted photos to the contest and more than 1,200 votes were cast. Tori and Shawn received 247 votes.
Nearly eight months after closing, North Routt Preschool still seeks solvency
A debt of $19,000 still looms, as does a mortgage of more than $200,000. Old bills still need to be paid, too. Major challenges lie ahead. But Kerri Ann Crocker said Wednesday that simple gifts are keeping the North Routt Preschool alive.
It will take many months and a lot of hard hours before Craig and Steamboat Springs students reach the remains of as many as three mammoths, but the site is producing exciting discoveries.
Encased in light plastic to protect it during its long journey from Stockbridge, Mass., was Norman Rockwell’s “Spirit of Education,” an original painting on loan from the Norman Rockwell Museum, and the crown jewel of the museum’s most expensive exhibit to date.