Totally Kids meal program menus for week of July 25
County Council on Aging menus for week of July 25
Approximately 10,300 visitors are expected to be in town today, according to the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association’s lodging barometer released Wednesday.
Adult Rec League Softball results for July 20, 2016
So far, so good for the Northwest Colorado Storm 14U team in the Triple Crown World Series this weekend in Steamboat Springs. The team has won twice and now has a big game Saturday.
Looking only at grow facilities, no retail
Routt County officials have studied the policies of other counties that allow marijuana grow operations, as well as the experience of the nearby town of Oak Creek.
A 55-year-old man has been charged with felony fourth-degree arson after investigators say he tried to commit suicide by blowing himself up.
The Steamboat Springs Police Department is investigating a fire that occurred Wednesday morning as a possible arson.
So far this year, there have been 58 deaths involving a motorcycle rider, a 14 percent increase compared to the same time period last year.
Biggs remains loyal to Bernie
Democratic National Convention delegate Erin Biggs, of Steamboat Springs, interned for the late Sen. Ted Kennedy while in college.
10:09 p.m. Officers were called to a report of two raccoons approaching people in the 600 block of Lincoln Avenue. Police could not find them.
Crews from the Union Pacific Railroad will replace rail through the crossing on Colorado Highway 131 at mile point 16.25 through Bond on Monday, July 25. The only day of a full closure will be Monday. Preliminary work will begin Sunday, July 24 with flaggers ushering motorists through the work zone and again Tuesday, July 26. On Sunday and Tuesday, motorists should expect 5 to 10 minute delays during flagging operations.
5:24 a.m. West Routt Fire Protection District firefighters were called to a report of a semi that crashed near mile marker 118 on U.S. Highway 40. The semi hit guard rails, and the driver was not injured.
The volunteers who spent hours cleaning up the Yampa River after the busy Fourth of July weekend will likely never know how that computer monitor got into the water.
A new version of a movie that’s been beloved for more than 30 years is rarely going to come along without people holding on to the memory of the original. In the case of “Ghostbusters,” referring to the update as being haunted by its predecessor seems most appropriate.
A change to the Spring Creek Memorial Run course went over well last year, and now organizers are hoping for another big crowd at one of the Steamboat Springs Running Series' most unique races.
Charlotte and Portia's spirits live on
Longtime Perry-Mansfield drama teacher senses the presence of "the Ladies" in vintage log cabins
Mule deer buck considered trophy quality by Samson Law; fines exceed $24,000
The numbers speak for themselves in a Northwest Colorado poaching case involving four parties across three separate states with more than one year of investigation and thousands of dollars in fines. Colorado Parks and Wildlife released details Thursday about a November 2014 poaching incident involving a Moffat County outfitter and parties from Mississippi and Missouri.
Steamboat Pilot & Today Editor Lisa Schlichtman offers her top arts and entertainment picks for the upcoming weekend.
U.S. Rep Scott Tipton is looking to the communities he represents in his ongoing effort to tackle prescription opioid abuse.