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The mission to find a new home for the police officers and firefighters who work at 840 Yampa St. became more urgent Tuesday night after the Steamboat Springs City Council voted, 5-2, to negotiate the sale of the city-owned building to Big Agnes and Honey Stinger for $2.1 million.
After winning the first two sets, the Steamboat Springs High School volleyball team collapsed and lost to Middle Park.
It may sound cliche, but Routt County voters absolutely will have an impact in races up and down the ballot this year, starting with the presidential contest.
City Manager Jon Roberts resigned Tuesday night at the end of the Steamboat Springs City Council meeting. The outgoing city manager was praised by council members for his leadership during tough economic times.
Hanson Buchner is the Athlete of the Week.
The Routt County Clerk and Recorder’s Office will close at 4 p.m. Wednesday for election staff training.
A planned micro hydropower plant at the proposed dam is projected to generate enough electricity to meet the annual needs of about 125 homes.
The owners of the Hahn’s Peak Roadhouse won a chance Tuesday to demonstrate they can host live music without disturbing their neighbors.
A base area developer and the builders of a large-scale ice sculpture attraction are looking for a location in Steamboat to possibly create an ice castle this winter.
Business suddenly has picked up for Routt County Search and Rescue volunteers who have received five calls for help since Oct. 9.
Listen to yourself and your friends, and you might be surprised at what you complain about. Is it really a problem? There are people in Steamboat who don’t have enough of the basics.
11:11 a.m. Deputies were called to a report of a portable toilet knocked over on Buffalo Pass. The person who reported it wanted deputies to make sure no one was inside.
One of the most effective ways to promote a healthy lifestyle and behaviors for children is to adopt healthier habits as a family.
Democracy requires and encourages change. It brings new perspective, opinions and ideas. It stimulates conversation and discussion. It spawns responsibility and self-determination.
Adult League Volleyball Scores for Oct. 15, 2012
The city collected $1,440,663 in August compared with $1,411,179 in August 2011, a 2.09 percent increase, marking the fifth consecutive month of year-over-year increases and the seventh month this year. Year-to-date collections are up more than 2 percent.
The Steamboat Springs High School cross-country team competes in the regional meet Wednesday in Delta.
Yampa Valley teens are invited to a free barn dance Saturday at the Hayden Granary.
The next chance of precipitation, according to the National Weather Service, was expected Tuesday night with a 30 percent chance of showers in the midst of gusty winds.
Mountain resort bookings taken in September for arrival in October, November and February were up. However, those gains were offset by declines for December, January and March.
City Manager Jon Roberts' contract will be discussed, the Yampa Valley Housing Authority selects a new director and Peabody Energy will go public with plans for a reservoir.
Shining brightly in the southern sky as darkness falls is one of autumn’s few bright stars, a blue gem named Fomalhaut (pronounced FOAM-a-low).