The Steamboat Springs High School football team is hoping for a huge home upset while the volleyball and soccer squads are playing in key matchups that could have big post-season consequences.
Rather than taking his chances at trial, a former Steamboat Springs resident on Wednesday pleaded guilty to distributing cocaine and will serve a minimum of four years in prison.
The Hayden Town Council on Thursday is expected to hear from an EAGLE-Net representative about the future of high-speed Internet access in the town.
With one game remaining for most of the local 8-man football district teams, nearly everything remains up in the air.
Diane Carter already has run 14 marathons, but stepping to the starting line on Staten Island next month to begin the New York Marathon might be the most special of them all because Carter will be running to help support the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society on behalf of a special friend, Dr. Matt Dudley.
With ballots arriving in mailboxes and Election Day fast approaching, voters here have another chance to meet the candidates.
The city collected 7.4 percent more in sales tax revenue in August compared with the same month last year, which represents an increase of $107,619.
2:02 a.m. Routt County Sheriff’s Office deputies were called to a report of two people arguing in the 3100 block of Ingles Lane.
Two Steamboat Springs artists walked away with awards from the PleinAir Moab art festival last week.
Amendment 66 is a statewide ballot initiative seeking a nearly $1 billion income tax increase, the largest in Colorado history, as a solution for a massive overhaul of Colorado’s public school funding process.
Yampa Valley Regional Airport's estimated annual economic impact ranks sixth in the state, an attempted murder trial is set to begin in Steamboat and some federal employees are working without pay in Routt County.
For the first time in nearly 20 years, voters here will have a say in how the city of Steamboat Springs spends its lodging tax. If local voters approve Referendum 2A, the city for the next decade will be able to spend millions of dollars to improve and create a variety of multiuse trails while also dedicating $900,000 to the creation of the Yampa River promenade.
In response to the challenge of attracting candidates to fill Steamboat Springs School Board positions during election season, the board is proposing to replace its current director district format with an at-large system.
The Morrison Creek Metropolitan Water and Sanitation District, which serves the Stagecoach area, is coming to voters for the second consecutive year seeking additional revenue for its looming financial challenges.
Scott Ford is running unopposed for the Steamboat Springs City Council District 2 seat.
Kenny Reisman is running unopposed for the at-large Steamboat Springs City Council seat.
Clark Davidson is running against Tony A. Connell and John Fielding for the Steamboat Springs City Council District 1 seat.
Roger Good is running against Tony Rosso for the Steamboat Springs School Board District 1 seat.
Tony Rosso is running against Roger Good for the Steamboat Springs School Board District 1 seat.
Medora Fralick is running for the Hayden School Board at-large seat.
Brian Hoza is running for the Hayden School Board at-large seat.
Mary Ellen Denomy is running against Jay Rickstrew for the Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees District 3 seat.
Tony A. Connell is running against Clark Davidson and John Fielding for the Steamboat Springs City Council District 1 seat.
Sharon Johnson is running for the Hayden School Board at-large seat.
Jay Rickstrew is running against Mary Ellen Denomy for the Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees District 3 seat.
Election Guide 2013: Through Referendum 5B, West Routt Fire Protection District seeks mill levy increase
After an unsuccessful ballot initiative in November 2011, the West Routt Fire Protection District is going back to voters with a more modest proposal. The fire district’s board decided in August to ask voters to increase the mill levy by 1.5 mills.
Walter Magill is running unopposed for the Steamboat Springs City Council District 3 seat.
John Fielding is running against Clark Davidson and Tony A. Connell for the Steamboat Springs City Council District 1 seat.
Joseph Andrew is running against Randall Homan for the Steamboat Springs School Board District 2 seat.
Randall Homan is running against Joseph Andrew for the Steamboat Springs School Board District 2 seat.
Tim Frentress is running for the Hayden School Board at-large seat.
Proposition AA would “impose a 15 percent excise tax on the average wholesale price of retail marijuana when the product is first sold or transferred by a retail marijuana cultivation facility,” according to the Committee for Responsible Regulation, which is campaigning for the measure.