May 22, 2013, 12:24 a.m.
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May 17, 2013, 9:27 a.m.
Heritage Christian School’s first-ever Scholastic Book Fair held last week was a great success. Contributions from Safeway, City Market and Coleman Cook of Colorado Group Realty along with private donations added to the funds raised for the school.
On Tuesday night in Centennial Hall, we heard many spirited debates for and against the Steamboat Springs Trails Alliance initiative.
The riders raced up the menacing and persistent slope of U.S. Highway 40 in a time trial format as a part of the first Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club cycling event of the year.
Peace and harmony emanated from Centennial Hall in downtown Steamboat Springs on Wednesday night despite the fact all logic pointed toward an evening filled with strong opinions, boisterous debate and hurt feelings.
Lesley Chambers never let go of her dream to work in the outdoor industry. She also never let anything get her down.
In April, Dave Entwistle questioned how the campus would raise $260,000 in time to ensure it could continue its secondary school classes next school year. Today, he can't wait to tell the story of how it happened.
The school's board of directors made the decision during an emergency meeting Monday and just days after a state inspection report detailed numerous violations.
Area campgrounds are opening ahead of Memorial Day weekend, though recent wet weather will keep many in Routt County closed.
After hearing from community members who strongly supported and opposed the project, the City Council voted, 4-2, to deny the Williams Family Partnership's appeal to rezone land near Copper Ridge Circle to allow the mobile home park.
11:42 a.m. Officers were called to a report of a stolen van at Lincoln Avenue and 13th Street. It was reportedly taken between July 2012 and Tuesday.
Law enforcement officials spent the better part of Tuesday evening trying to identify the owners of a capsized canoe that floated past Steamboat Campground.
A long stretch of I-70 in the mountains has been shut down by a fatal accident involving a vehicle and a semi-truck.
A Steamboat-based hedge fund manager ranked seventh among Barron's top 100, a bear found dead might have been hit by a car and the Steamboat Springs School Board is supportive of potential redistricting.
In a meeting where nearly every seat in Centennial Hall was taken by a community member eager to weigh in on the future of the tax, the council was torn about the lodging tax committee's recommendation to devote 90 percent of the tax to the Trails Alliance for the next decade.