Catching up with local collegiate athletes for Oct. 16
12:04 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a disturbance in the first block of Seventh Street.
The late George Plimpton wrote about his misadventures as a journalist trying to play quarterback for the Detroit Lions.
The Steamboat Springs City Council on Tuesday night is set to discuss City Manager Jon Roberts' contract months before his regularly scheduled performance evaluation. Council members refused to comment on the agenda item.
The future of Steamboat Springs' police and firefighting presence on Yampa Street could be decided at Tuesday's Steamboat Springs City Council meeting.
Routt County Planner Jake Rosenberg notified Hahn's Peak Roadhouse owners Aug. 30 that any future hosting of live music would constitute a violation of their permit.
How do you pick your favorite college football player? A fellow Steamboat Today sports reporter Luke Graham recently shot me a text message, “Is Collin Klein your favorite K-State football player of all time?”
The Yampa Valley Housing Authority — which has been without an executive director since this summer — has narrowed the choices for its next top staff member down to a single finalist.
A number of local athletes competed Sunday in the Punt, Pass and Kick sectionals at Stocker Stadium in Grand Junction.
Postseason pictures are beginning to come into focus for Routt County high school sports teams. Check out a roundup of what happened this weekend, and what looms in the days ahead.
For one day, on Oct. 15, the Steamboat Today newspaper was printed on pink newsprint to draw attention to Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Peabody contemplated in April that the reservoir capturing water from both Trout and Middle creeks would store about 11,720 acre-feet of water with a surface area of about 385 acres.
The Steamboat Today is going pink for breast cancer awareness month. Read stories about technology, treatment and survivors.
If you’ve been hiking the forests around Steamboat Springs this fall, you might have noticed a wide variety of mushrooms that are poking their heads through the leaf litter and conifer needles at the base of our Alpine trees despite this year’s low amount of moisture.
For women ages 40 and older, having an annual screening mammogram is the best method of detecting breast cancer in its earliest, most curable stage.
Open enrollment for Medicare Part D runs through Dec. 7. Medicare beneficiaries are able to change plans during this time.
County Agenda for Oct. 15 and 16