- Lisa Michelsen-Heim and Christopher Jason Morteo-Heim, Granby, a boy.
- Jettie and Joe Durand, Steamboat Springs, a girl.
- Brad Weber and Kathleen Huron, Steamboat Springs, a girl.
- Lindsey Anniversary
The Steamboat Springs Fire Department is kicking off its 2012 Fill the Boot campaign Monday to raise money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association.
2012 10K at 10,000 Feet results
Steamboat's Amy Charity slipped into second place in Sunday's portion of the Steamboat Stage Race, setting the stage for a complex final day downtown.
A strong field of bulls put plenty of cowboys in the dirt, but Idaho rider Kody DeShon emerged victorious Sunday at the Rocky Mountain Bull Bash.
County Agenda for Sept. 3 and 4
1:03 a.m. Routt County Sheriff's Office deputies were called to a report of a suspicious incident in the 300 block of Second Street in Oak Creek.
Thomas Smiley will lead the new restaurant/culinary management program at Colorado Mountain College’s Alpine Campus, according to a news release.
So you had a great year in the garden and have more fruits and vegetables than you possibly can eat. What can you do with the excess?
The bright yellow ducks that will go floating down the Yampa River on Saturday morning will have a symbolic silver glow as the Rubber Ducky Race celebrates its 25th anniversary.
Steve Swanson: Armstrong's 'one small step' changed the world, space travel forever
Astronaut Steve Swanson doesn't remember watching the live broadcast of Neil Armstrong stepping onto the moon, but he has a much more personal memory of the man who wowed the world July 20, 1969.
More than 1,000 sample chili, salsa and cornbread
The bad news quickly spread through the crowd on Eighth Street. At 1 p.m. Sunday, vendors were running out of chili — and fast.
Tyler Scholl won't begin his first middle school track meet until spring, but on Sunday, he proved yet again that he's one of the very best runners in the region, winning a 10-kilometer race on Rabbit Ears Pass.
Real Estate transactions for Aug.24 to 30
A relatively quiet week for real estate closing wound up Friday with a surge. First, a 2,426-square-foot, four-bedroom luxury condo at One Steamboat Place sold Friday to a Tennessee-based limited liability company for $1.875 million.