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The Summit High School boys soccer defeated Steamboat, 3-0, on Thursday night.
This November, voters across the 3rd Congressional District will vote for a new CU regent to represent the entire district.
As we move into the last days of this political season, I want to call to your attention to the race for the University of Colorado Board of Regents for the 3rd Congressional District
House District 26 candidate Diane Mitsch Bush said she felt vindicated upon learning that the state is considering new rules on water quality testing for oil wells. Her opponent, Republican Chuck McConnell, argued that developing the state's many natural resources without burdensome regulations is the quickest way to boost the economy.
This week, a desire by a majority of the City Council to fire City Manager Jon Roberts culminated with Roberts resigning. Truth be told, it was time for Roberts to go.
When Glenwood Springs and Steamboat Springs meet on the volleyball court, it quite often ends up being a long night. That certainly was true during Thursday's five-game thriller in Glenwood, where Steamboat lost, 3-2.
Steamboat Springs resident Garrett Pohlman, 16, had his first successful elk hunt.
A live bat program for families is at 3 p.m. Sunday in Library Hall at Bud Werner Memorial Library. Learn about the benefits of bats, their habitats and ways to protect them.
A food safety basics course is from 9 a.m. to noon Wednesday at the Steamboat Springs Community Center. Learn the leading risk factors linked to food-borne illness.
For the Spencer family, long-time locals, the first day of elk hunting season is about the stories as much as it is the elk. The first day of 2012 provided a classic that won't be soon forgotten.
The Delta Saints' Ben Ringel took a few minutes Thursday to talk with ExploreSteamboat.com. The band will play a free show at 10 p.m. Friday at Carl’s Tavern as part of its first trip to Colorado.
The Rocky Mountain Division named its All-Star Team and the U.S. Ski Team officially named its Nordic combined team.
Why are so many farmers and ranchers in Routt County rallying for responsible energy development? Because property rights are important, and mineral rights are private property.
Tuesday's meeting will offer case studies from other western communities like Sublette County, Wyo., where a natural gas boom led to a 20 percent increase in the population.
Today's candidate forum is from 6 to 8 p.m. at the CMC auditorium. Follow the link to watch live video from the forum.
My life has become a chaotic quilt patch-worked together by events driven by either Zoey, my 15-year-old dog, or Willa, a puppy who’s now 5 months old.
Reducing your energy consumption and costs doesn’t have to be difficult or costly. The Northwest Colorado Energy Diet Challenge Checklist provides a list of easy energy-reducing actions to “Do Right Away.”
With a sharp drop-off in donations, Steamboat Symphony Orchestra officials said they will have to decide by the end of the month whether to cancel the holiday performance and perhaps disband the orchestra.
Members of the group It Takes Courage, a community outreach team dedicated to raising awareness about bullying and preventing suicides, are traveling to Florida in November to speak at an Erase Hate Tampa Bay event.
5:19 p.m. Officers were called to a report of a person who thought someone was dumping trash in Fish Creek in the 200 block of Anglers Drive. Workers with a landscape company were putting down mulch.
It is thought a man who was found unconscious in a car Thursday morning in Steamboat Springs might have died from a heart attack.
Meet the candidates at an election forum Thursday, Mike Yurich gets the Leckenby Pioneer Award and Steamboat nears one inch of rain for October.