Routt County Board of Commissioners meeting agenda for Dec. 15 and 16, 2014
As students get excited for the holidays and receive an academic break from schooling, it can be a time that adds stress to the family household. The combination of a long to-do list, excitement of the season and academic stress can affect the family relationship, possibly in a negative way.
1:40 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a theft at a bar at the 600 block of Lincoln Avenue. A jacket was taken from the bar.
Flu season is ramping up in Colorado, with the most recent Centers for Disease Control and Prevention statistics showing increased influenza activity across the state.
Steamboat boys basketball player Robi Powers has a big weekend and some area hoops teams bounced back in Saturday games.
Some people are encountering problems enrolling in health insurance through the Connect for Health website. Anyone who is having problems should send an email to email@example.com with name, phone number and account number as it appears in the application. Dec. 15 is the deadline to enroll in health insurance that will be effective Jan. 1. For those who have encountered an error, the deadline may be extended.
The Northwest Colorado Board of Cooperative Educational Services has secured its first round of necessary funding to move forward with a federal innovation grant worth $2.9 million.
If cranberries are not available, just use apples; and decrease the brown sugar for the filling to 1/4 cup.
Since he was a little boy, Oak Creek’s Mike Yurich has dedicated most his life to preserving the town’s history. Inside the rickety building restored to become the Tracks & Trails Museum along downtown’s main drag, Yurich’s life work is on display. But at 80 years old, he fears his days as Oak Creek’s unofficial historian may be numbered. He’s on a mission to make sure even if he’s forgotten years down the road, the town’s history isn’t.
In 1914, the now-ghost town of Ludlow was undergoing a massive strike among its miners, one that culminated in an attack of more than a thousand workers.
When the Tracks & Trails Museum finally got a home in 2007 to house the town’s century-long history, there was a reason the Historical Society of Oak Creek and Phippsburg dedicated it to Mike Yurich.
We like the plan announced by the city of Steamboat Springs in November to convert the Eighth Street parking lot from a maximum of four-hour parking to eight hours.
Converse Fields and Maggie Carrigan were tops in Saturday's Race to the Cup event, ensuring another strong day for Steamboat Springs snowboarders.
Taylor Fletcher flew past 15 competitors Saturday for a fifth-place finish in the Continental Cup Nordic combined event at Park City.
The Steamboat Springs High School hockey team lost big to state power Regis Jesuit Saturday evening, 6-2. The Sailors will make their home debut on Friday against Chatfield.
The Golds were at it again. Taylor Gold won his fourth event in a row by taking the Dew Tour men's super-pipe title. Arielle Gold was third in the women's super-pipe.
The Hayden High School girls basketball team righted the ship in a big way Saturday afternoon, snapping a big two-game losing streak to knock off Dubois, of Wyoming, 45-28.
Steamboat was listless and uncompetitive this weekend after one of its best players went down injured. Saturday, the Sailors woke back up and picked up a big win.
Robi Powers scored 24 points but it wasn't enough for the Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball team in the finale of the Steamboat Shoot-Out.
Hayden High School boys basketball remained winless on Saturday, losing to Caprock Academy while playing without its top-two players.