Steamboat Springs’ broad main street was literally built to host cattle drives, but the logistics of trailing 200 head of cattle down Lincoln Avenue are becoming more complicated and expensive, even if it’s just once per year.
May precipitation well below average
A weekly report updated by the U.S. Department of Agriculture on Thursday indicates extreme drought conditions continue to expand in Northwest Colorado.
When the 142 soon-to-be-alumni officially were released from Steamboat Springs High School following an all-school assembly in their honor in the morning, they walked quietly away.
On Tuesday, national news became local and local news became national when Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney landed in the fossil fuel-endowed Yampa Valley to engage President Barack Obama in the national debate about America’s energy future.
Town Challenge results: Howlin’ Howelsen XC
12:01 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a fight at a bar in the 600 block of Yampa Street. Two men were given summonses to appear in court for disorderly conduct.
3rd annual ReTree Steamboat event will be held June 9
As you have hopefully heard by now, Yampa Valley Sustainability Council is hosting its third annual ReTree Steamboat event June 9, and this year, the organization is focusing on longevity and survival of the yearling trees that will be planted.
Often, TV shows like “It’s Me or the Dog” or Cesar Milan’s “The Dog Whisperer” do not generate the authentic long-term results of the training put on display in these one-hour episodes.
Last-days tips could make or break marathon
The time to train has come and gone, but no matter how many miles a runner has logged this spring, the next 48 hours could make or break his or her looming date with Sunday’s Steamboat Marathon, Half Marathon and 10K races.
First Friday Artwalk starts at 5 p.m. in downtown Steamboat Springs.
Justin Lane has come a long way from karaoke stages in Texas. Now a resident of Colorado Springs, the country singer has found a niche and a band of his own, playing his down-home sort of “red dirt” Texas country across the Midwest.
First Friday Artwalk listing for June 1
Fifty years after Rod Hanna first picked up a 35mm camera at the Davenport Times-Democrat, the fruits of his storied photography career line the walls of the Steamboat Art Museum.
Two U.S. Forest Service roads have been closed south of the Sarvis Creek Wilderness area to remove beetle-killed lodgepole pine trees.
April’s sales tax collections in the city of Steamboat Springs increased 3.5 percent compared with April 2011, according to a preliminary report released Thursday afternoon.
Colorado State University coaches Larry Eustachy and Jim McElwain met with alumni Thursday at The Boathouse Pub in downtown Steamboat Springs as part of the “RamStorming” tour.