A Save Our Spurs campaign, led by Jo Sarafis, was launched last year to raise money to bring back the spurs that decorated downtown Steamboat Springs during past holidays.
As I have read and digested the series of articles called the “State of Soroco,” it really set forth a negative connotation and concern for our district.
Community charitable organizations are coming together again this year to help those in need enjoy a bright holiday. They have combined forces, spearheaded by Routt County United Way, to hold the second annual Holiday Exchange Market on Dec. 12 at Colorado Mountain College.
Snowy gridirons — ski resorts' delight
The 1984 Snow Bowl called for snowshoes instead of football cleats but made such an impression on the national television audience that it boosted numbers for the 1984-85 ski season at resorts across the Colorado Rockies.
Steamboat Springs City Council could meet in executive session Tuesday to discuss recent police investigation
Closed-door session could focus on options for bringing closure to investigation
Steamboat Springs' new top cop on Tuesday night will tell the city's elected officials that while it has been a tough year for the community and his department, there is a sense of encouragement that the culture of the department is changing for the better.
10:59 p.m. Officers were called to a report of a suspicious incident at the Colorado Mountain College dorms. Someone was taking pictures of people snowboarding, and they thought it was suspicious. No action was taken.
On cold, crisp December evenings, you can spot two glittering star clusters in the constellation of Taurus the Bull, high up in the eastern sky around 8 p.m. They are the Hyades and the Pleiades star clusters.
After nearly two years of service, The Memorial Hospital CEO John Rossfeld has submitted his resignation and will be leaving his post Dec. 11, according to a press release from TMH.
The firefighters were at Cafe Diva restaurant with their wives for date night.
A meeting that the Steamboat Springs Board of Education had planned for Monday night has been cancelled.
The Routt County Fair Advisory Board has an at-large position open and is seeking interested parties to fill it.
The yellow fever vaccine, recommended or required for travel to some international destinations, is in short supply.
It’s not the scene one would expect when learning about the snowmaking process at the Steamboat Ski Area.
1:20 p.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of an animal complaint near Fifth Street and Lincoln Avenue.
The Boys & Girls Club of Steamboat Springs continues to grow in popularity, registering its 2,000th member Monday of last week.
Routt County should have no problem bundling up during cold weather this year, thanks to a coat drive that generated more than 800 jackets for local residents.
Have you thought about enrolling in 4-H? Now is an excellent time to join and see what 4-H has to offer your children and family. 4-H is a community of young people learning leadership skills, citizenship, communication skills and daily living skills.
Sharing a common tool with acupuncture — the microfilament needle — dry needling, often called "trigger point dry needling," is a separate process used exclusively by certified physical therapists.
In this day and age of single-parent child rearing, it is still possible to raise a well- mannered, healthy child with self-esteem in place. Achieving this goal requires investing extra time and effort to realize results for a lifetime.
There’s yet another reason to feel good about eating your fruits and vegetables: Scientists have found fruits and vegetables may have the ability to stop cancer growth.