Steamboat Today will not hold Coffee and a Newspaper in December. The next Coffee and a Newspaper will be a brown bag lunch featuring a presentation by magazines editor Eugene Buchanan about his new book, “Comrades on the Colca,” from noon to 1:30 p.m.
The new-found pace of the Soroco High School girls basketball team roared into Oak Creek Tuesday night as the Rams played their first home game of the season. They teetered between furiously fast — effective — and frantically frenzied — less so — but ended up easily running away from North Park to earn a 84-39 victory.
Proposed revisions to the city’s animal code would allow city residents to legally own domesticated pigs that are under 100 pounds for the first time.
Bulldogs pin 10 of Titans' varsity in 66-6 win, hit Sailors 62-3
Moffat County High School wrestlers must have momentarily felt like they were in a bowling alley Tuesday night. How else would you explain collecting 10 pins? MCHS was the undisputed winner in points during a home triangular between the Bulldogs, Steamboat Springs and Coal Ridge.
Arnold Barn's fate remains in limbo after Steamboat Springs City Council passes on relocation proposal
If the council had agreed to the plan, it would have offered the city a possible resolution to a lawsuit it filed last month against the landowner and developer who the city thinks should be on the hook for stabilizing the barn.
3:18 a.m. A person who was recently released from the Routt County Jail called the Steamboat Springs Police Department to report his or her bike had been stolen.
A water quality testing program on Yampa River reaffirmed by Routt County Board of Commissioners
Changes at Howelsen Hill will bring more beginner ski trails, new terrain parks, jumps and improved cross-country ski trails, but these improvements also mean the end of a tubing operation that has been a fixture at the downtown ski area for the past eight years.
The new Hahns Peak sign is part of the efforts of the Northwest Colorado Cultural Heritage Tourism Project to promote cultural tourism across 17 communities in five neighboring counties in Western Colorado.
Monday night’s Steamboat Springs School District Board of Education meeting took on a more subdued tone after a contentious meeting Nov. 7. That’s when tempers flared after several board members unsuccessfully attempted to unseat Margie Huron as board president.
"We also urge the council to take the necessary steps to abide by the city charter and put the health insurance question on the ballot for voters to decide." — Editorial Board
"It is difficult to imagine the spirit, energy and sacrifice displayed during the WWII era taking place today." — Omar Campbell
"The Routt County commissioners were prompted to consider the liberalization of rules governing secondary units based upon citizen input received at a public hearing well over a year ago." — Routt County commissioners
My role this year just happened to be a tad more complicated than most: it involved the dreaded time clock at Howelsen Ice Arena.
Colorado Gives Day is Tuesday. The annual statewide movement, which celebrates and increases philanthropy through online giving, has brought more than $900,000 to more than 50 local nonprofits in the past two years.
The Board of County Commissioners have cleared Sheriff Wiggins to accept the generosity of a local couple who have offered to pay for the purchase and training of a second drug-sniffing dog.
4:02 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a four-wheeler that was sitting unattended in the middle of the intersection at North Park Road and Nob Street.
Boomer gets drug sniffing sidekick
The Board of County Commissioners have cleared Sheriff Wiggins to accept the generosity of an local couple that that has offered to pay for the purchase and training of a second drug-sniffing dog.
The ordinance going before the city’s elected officials would allow all marijuana dispensaries to stay open until 10 p.m., three hours later than their current closing time.
City of Steamboat Springs files lawsuit against developer, property owner over neglect of historic barn
The city’s lawsuit claims the developer, RP Steamboat Springs, and the property owner, RCS-Wildhorse Land, LLC, should be maintaining the 89-year-old Arnold barn per the conditions of a development agreement, which was signed in 2006.