Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney will speak in Craig on Tuesday, campaign officials confirmed Friday.
Man died in January slide at Winter Park Resort
The family of Christopher Norris, who died in January at Winter Park Resort after being caught in an avalanche in the Trestle Trees area, has filed a wrongful death lawsuit in Grand County District Court.
Town to donate water rights to offset low flows in area rivers
Regardless of future water restrictions in Carbondale, the town’s board of trustees agreed Tuesday to donate some of the town’s water rights in Ruedi Reservoir to a regional pool to help offset low streamflows in the Roaring Fork and Colorado rivers.
The Sylvan Fire south of Hot Sulphur Springs was still contained to 1 acre as of late Wednesday, and the cause of the fire was traced to a days-old lightning strike.
Price of residential grow permit remains undetermined
Summit County government officials finalized policies regulating the sale, cultivation and production of medical marijuana and marijuana-infused products Tuesday ahead of the state deadline in July.
If coaching high school sports was easy, maybe everyone would do it. But local coaches say there are few who are rising to the occasion.
The second annual Community Spelling Bee benefitting services for senior citizens in Routt County will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. June 9 at the Steamboat Springs Community Center.
Whiteman Head of School Chris Taylor and Experiential Learning Director Margi Missling-Root said Wednesday that they look forward to seeing what the Class of 2012 goes on to achieve.
High school Principal Dennis Alt said Soroco’s Class of 2012 will go on to pursue diverse careers in fields spanning from athletics to agriculture. He added some intend to study abroad.
Because so much of what we’ll do this summer will include our dogs, let’s be proactive and plan for what they’ll need.
Humans have been wildcrafters for thousands of years. We live in a very different world than the humans of even 200 years ago, and I think the practice of wildcrafting should be examined in a new light with a focus on sustainability and respect for the plants.
12:18 a.m. Routt County Sheriff’s Office deputies were called to a report of a loud party in the 500 block of Willow Bend in Oak Creek.
Farmers and ranchers welcomed the cold moisture that brought 0.17 inches of rain to Steamboat Springs overnight Wednesday and whitewashed the bald forehead of Storm Peak. There just wasn’t enough of it.
Modern cruiser bikes and venerable Steamboat locations come together Saturday during the Historic Places Bike Tour.
The black bear that fell from a tree Wednesday after being tranquilized is OK, and Steamboat Springs Police Department officials said they're going be more aggressive in enforcing rules meant to keep bears out of trash cans and Dumpsters.
If you’re looking for a flag-waving commentary about the U.S. Armed Forces as we honor our war dead this Memorial Day, you’ve come to the wrong column. It is time to challenge the decline of American patriotism.
Roots rock band The Congress will play a show 9 p.m. Saturday at Ghost Ranch in downtown Steamboat Springs during the venue’s reopening weekend.
In Routt and Moffat counties, Shell Oil is focused on responsible oil exploration. And our approach to explore such energy resources is rooted in our core value of personnel and process safety.
As more and more young drivers enter the road, and as more bicyclers do the same, people and families everywhere constantly ask themselves: Should bikes and automobiles be allowed on the same road?
Without coming down on one side or the other in the fracking debate, one thought does come to mind: If we are concerned about the ramifications of many of these new methods of oil and gas exploration, are we also willing to curb our own voracious appetites for yet more easy energy?
I am dismayed with city planners for even considering a Vitamin Cottage grocery at the location of the old David Chase Rugs and Furniture.