You get out what you put in. Just because your dog comes to you reliably in the house and yard does not mean it will be reliable in all environments.
A Routt County man is standing trial for sexual assault on a child, a Steamboat man is suspected of indecent exposure and the city of Steamboat Springs' plans for a new fire station are on pause.
The Lowell Whiteman School senior Lolo Thornton has earned a presidential scholarship at Montana State University, where she will start studying in the fall.
Past one end zone, just outside the track and just under the Legacy Stadium scoreboard sat Bob Hiester somewhere in the confines of the Cracker Jack box locker room, giving one final post-game speech.
On Wednesday at Legacy Stadium in Aurora, Air Academy was a bit better and a bit more disciplined, coming away with a 6-4 win. For that, it will play for the school’s first state championship.
Until February, a new fire station was included in all of the city's multiple proposals to relocate its emergency services out of the existing headquarters on Yampa Street.
A high school education in a developing country does nothing to train youths, particularly young women, with the skills they need to be fully and sustainably employed and empowered.
Members of the Routt County Planning Commission will make a field trip to North Routt to visit the Hahn's Peak Roadhouse and walk the site in advance of Thursday's meeting.
A Routt County jury this week has been hearing testimony in a sexual assault trial involving a 39-year-old Stagecoach man and a boy who was 7 years old at the time.
A 23-year-old Steamboat Springs man was arrested Tuesday afternoon on suspicion of indecent exposure.
Organizers hope money raised from a local golf tournament will help young people recognize the signs, help raise awareness and help prevent suicide in the future.
10:27 a.m. North Routt Fire Protection District firefighters were called to help a person who had injured his or her foot in an accident involving a forklift at Steamboat Lake State Park.
Steamboat Springs police are warning of a tax fraud scam, Oak Creek is planning a summer program for South Routt youths and Steamboat lacrosse is prepping for its Final 4 matchup.
The time has come for us to give back to someone who has contributed so much to this community. As many of you know, Scott Blair has been diagnosed with a brain tumor. Scott has helped so many people in this community, including myself, and it is time for us to repay him by opening our hearts, and our wallets, to help a friend.
Four years into the Bike Town USA initiative, it’s hard to see anything but positives about the long-term vision as well as the specific projects that have been completed and the many more on the to-do list.
Doesn’t it feel good when someone notices you persisted on something difficult? A few kind words are all it takes to feel appreciated. Children feel the same way.
The five naked-eye planets — Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn — are among the brightest objects visible in our earthly sky. These wandering stars occasionally pass close to one another as they thread their way through the 12 constellations of the zodiac.
Players and coaches from the Air Academy and Steamboat lacrosse teams are ready for the Final Four matchup.
The Steamboat Springs Police Department is warning people about scams and investigating several instances of doctors' Social Security numbers being fraudulently used on tax returns.
It’s amazing how much information we can extract from small bits of data. Take the sales tax collection data recently released by the city of Steamboat Springs, for example.