A furious fourth-quarter rally wasn't quite enough for the Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball team Friday night.
Don’t miss the opportunity to have breakfast with Santa Claus. He will be at St. Marks Church from 9 to 11 a.m. Dec. 10 to eat breakfast with interested community members.
Alan Lind has been hired as the city of Steamboat Springs’ new director of general services. He will be replacing Anne Small, who retired from her post with the city in October.
■ Steamboat Springs Community Center Monday: Italian sausage with pasta, Brussels sprouts, Italian salad, breadsticks, baked apples Tuesday: Barbecue chicken, salad, vegetable, banana, applesauce Wednesday: 4 to 6 p.m. — holiday party at Steamboat Springs Community Center Thursday: Flank steak, rice pilaf, carrots, Mandarin oranges, jello, wheat roll, cake Friday: Shrimp skewers, vegetable, tossed salad, wheat roll, honeydew, sherbet
■ Steamboat Springs School District Monday: Chicken noodle soup, assorted bread Tuesday: Beef taco Wednesday: Pasta Calabrian style or Alfredo sauce Thursday: Chicken Szechuan stir fry over rice Friday: Homemade pizza (gluten-free available)
It may get worse before it gets better, but senior Raya Duryea is convinced things will improve for the Steamboat Springs High School girls basketball team.
The jury trial of former Craig Police Officer Tracy Reneau started on Thursday at Routt County Combined Court and ended on Friday with a verdict of not guilty. The six-person jury — three men and three women — deliberated for about two hours before exonerating Reneau on charges of child abuse and third-degree assault, both misdemeanors.
Endorphins are uphill skiers' reward
In the age of high speed quads, why would anyone in their right mind climb a couple of thousand vertical feet for the equivalent of two ski runs and then go home? Answer: endorphins.
Steamboat Springs dog owners who want better parks and amenities for their animals can now pitch in to help make those dreams a reality.
Following an inspection, an Oak Creek apartment buidling has been deemed uninhabitable, displacing at least six people.
Valley needs 300-plus new homes a year
People at the Dec. 13 housing steering committee meeting may be taken aback by the number of housing units needed to meet current shortfalls and continue to keep pace with demand into the future.
The fall season is in the books, but the cover wasn't closed before the top Steamboat Springs athletes were honored by the conference and the state.
Riding the tails of winter’s return to the Yampa Valley, the town of Oak Creek will host its annual Oak Creek Holly festival Saturday in downtown.
8:20 a.m. Steamboat firefighters were called to a report of a chimney fire in the 400 block of Alpine Court. The fire did not spread beyond the chimney. There was minor damage to the inside of the chimney.
"I'm concerned about the lack of disclosure regarding the use of the 1 percent lodging tax and impediments to building trails with those funds." — Grey Schuhmacher
The second clue for the 2016 Yule Log Hunt has been released.
Steamboat set to play at 8:15 p.m.
Explosive in the second and third quarters and — eventually, anyway — sharp from 3-point range, the Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball team charged ahead in the winner’s bracket at the Steamboat Shoot-Out on Thursday, blasting rival Moffat County, 58-35.
Soroco High School wrestling coach Jay Whaley has a pretty simple rule when it comes to any opportunity for his team to wrestle in Routt County.
12:44 a.m. Steamboat Springs Fire Rescue firefighters were called to a report of a barn on fire at Colo. Highway 131 and Routt County Road 22. The fire was put out, and the goats and ducks living in the barn were fine. A heater started the fire.
Thermometers close to the Yampa River in Steamboat were reading 14 degrees below zero before dawn on Dec. 8, but weather forecasters were predicting temperatures above freezing and a rain snow mix Dec. 9 and 10.