The Steamboat Springs High School volleyball team had a big night Thursday after beating Moffat County, 3-1, then finding out that the Sailors suddenly are tied atop the 4A Western Slope League.
Yes, it’s already time for our community to start thinking about health insurance for 2015. Clients can re-enroll or sign up for the first time starting Nov. 15.
The Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association will hold several drop-in flu clinics across Routt County this season along with help sessions for Connect for Health Colorado insurance marketplace.
Fresh muffins every morning are a breeze with this recipe.
The Steamboat Springs High School boys soccer team narrowly made the 4A state playoffs. The 32-team bracket was announced Sunday, and the No. 29 Sailors will travel to No. 4 D'Evelyn on Wednesday.
Dozens of youngsters turned out Sunday afternoon for the Old Town Hot Springs' annual Pumpkin Float.
Routt County Board of Commissioners meeting agenda for Oct. 20 and 21, 2014
Despite the unlikely chance that Ebola will infect people in Steamboat Springs, state officials and local provider Yampa Valley Medical Center are acting proactively to prevent an outbreak of the deadly disease.
The Hayden High School volleyball team capped its regular season with a win Saturday, hitting the road to knock off De Beque, 25-14, 25-10, 25-18.
A rebounding economy is pushing a new crop of residents into Steamboat rental housing, and the demand is driving prices up while available inventory shrinks, creating one of the tightest rental markets in years.
A recent Peggy Noonan’s weekly column in the Wall Street Journal bemoaned the fact that seemingly all of our leaders, spokesmen (that includes gals everyone) and even business types have to be so officiously cautious when speaking publicly. They realize one word can be twisted like an arrow to ricochet back down the throat of the speaker, which can sound the death knell of their career. At the very least, it can give them heartburn for days or weeks while the 24/7 press folks stoke it up to squeeze every ounce of outrage onto the page or broadcast.
Proposition 105 would require foods that are genetically modified or produced with genetic engineering to be labeled with the words “Produced with Genetic Engineering.” This ballot measure sounds good on the surface, but upon closer study, we don’t think it is as simple and low-cost as proponents claim it to be, or even necessary.
Beat in three sets in September, the Soroco High School volleyball team exacted some revenge Saturday in a three-set sweep against Plateau Valley.
The Soroco High School football team dialed up its running attack and ran over Plateau Valley on Saturday, beating the Cowboys for the second time this season.
The Steamboat Springs Winter Sports club is ushering in some changes for its young athletes, hoping to craft better all-around skiers.
6:08 p.m. Officers were called to a report of a suspicious person at the 50 block of Seventh Street. Someone reportedly was passed out on a picnic table in a park, but he or she wasn't passed out when officers arrived.
To give back to the customers who support The Hungry Dog, the annual hot dog eating competition took place this Saturday afternoon and brought a number of locals and visitors to watch and participate.
Of course, Oak Creek resident Melissa Uchitelle-Rogers was going to cry. Nearly 58 years old, the frequent 50-mile runner and 1986 Kona Ironman finisher has had her eye on the coveted-yet-rarely-tried 100-mile ultra distance for a long time.
Supporting more than 30 local health and human service agencies and programs, Routt County United Way is working on lasting solutions focused on empowering healthy lives, building strong foundations and strengthening families by helping them become self-sufficient.
Looking back it's easy to see Johnny Spillane's accomplishments, but it's the road he traveled that makes his story so special.