Results for June 28
Two intersection improvement projects at Walton Creek and Whistler Roads and at Mt. Werner Road and the eastbound off-ramp from US Highway 40 will take place Tuesday.
When it comes to climate change, I’m neither a denier, an industry apologist nor an ideologue. Even so, I couldn’t help but notice a recent letter touting the benefits of EPA’s Clean Power Plan completely ignored any mention of what those benefits might actually be, instead offering self congratulatory horn-blowing about past successes of the renewable energy lobby in Colorado, and a reminder that we’re fortunate to live in such a progressively trending state.
Please eliminate your pagan tradition of explosives this coming Fourth of July. The blasts are terrifying. The crazy colors and patterns in the sky are worse.
The purpose of this letter is to try to bring some clarity to the issue of gay marriage. This issue becomes easier to understand if one divides marriage into two components and does not try to make it a single issue.
At about 7:15 p.m., emergency responders were called to a report of a woman who was discovered tied up and laying face down at a home at 56730 Lupine Court.
The Steamboat Springs School Board voted unanimously Monday in favor of a plan to build a new high school on property owned by Yampa Valley Electric Association on the western edge of Steamboat Springs.
Steamboat Gravity Team flying high this summer
There isn’t anything about downhill mountain biking that lends itself particularly to requiring a group of friends to participate, but members of the newly reformed Steamboat Springs Gravity Team said riding is better with a team, and that’s what’s drawn them together.
First Friday Artwalk listings for July 3, 2015, from 5 to 8 p.m. in downtown Steamboat Springs.
11:06 p.m. Officers found several people at the Howelsen Hill skate park, and they started running away when officers arrived. Officers caught up with one of the individuals and discovered everything was fine.
After only two days at the Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School and Camp, performers, choreographers and directors will showcase their works so far to a public audience on Tuesday night at the third Tuesday Under the Stars of this summer’s series.
At the height of firefighting efforts, 35 firefighters from the U.S. Forest Service and the North Routt Fire Protection District were battling the wildfire.
On July 14, NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft, after a nine and a half year journey, finally will fly through the Pluto system and reveal the mysteries of this misfit planet and its five moons to us at long last.
The Supreme Court has ruled that the Environmental Protection Agency incorrectly interpreted the Clean Air Act by setting limits on emissions from power plants without considering costs to the industry.
Routt County Board Of County Commissioners meeting agendas for June 29 and 30
During this week’s Children’s Hospital of Colorado’s sixth annual Neonatal Advanced Practice Conference, it was mentioned that next month the American Academy of Pediatrics is releasing its recommendations for young mothers, who are considering using marijuana products during their pregnancy and consuming marijuana while breast feeding their infant.
The Colorado Department of Transportation will be temporarily halting roadwork on the 11-mile segment of Colorado Highway 9 between Kremmling and Silverthorne at 1 p.m. Thursday for the Fourth of July weekend. Work will resume at 6:30 a.m. July 6.
Last year, Fort Collins resident Steve Mantell won the inaugural Tri the Boat Olympic triathlon by nearly eight minutes. This year, Mantell returned to Steamboat Springs with a higher goal in mind.