12:10 p.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a suspicious incident in the 100 block of Spruce Street. A person was seen coming out of a house, and the person did not belong there. Nothing was missing from the house.
Riders prove they have what it takes as they race up the slopes of Mount Werner in one of the season's most challenging events.
The best of it and the worst, the hardest part and the easiest, is the run, Thomas Lewer said. The Steamboat Springs 13-year-old said he likes to swim, he likes to bike and he likes to run. Competing in triathlon, then, is natural.
Before it was boxed into a corner next to a busy parking lot, tagged with heart-shaped graffiti and littered with cans and an old shopping cart, the Arnold family's iconic metal-roofed barn was a prominent landmark in the Yampa Valley.
“Democracy is messy, and progress is often slow, but it is worth it and it is important, and I will dedicate the rest of my life to public service." – Erin Biggs
The Steamboat Springs Police Department is asking for the public's help in finding the person or people responsible for setting a July 20 fire that caused more than $500,000 in estimated damage.
"So go for the gold in Rio, Jenn Suhr, and hopefully we will see you carrying the American Flag, leading the American athletes, at the opening or closing ceremonies in Rio." — Loren Wood
One of Routt County’s most expensive property listings, the roughly 801-acre Elk River Ranch in North Routt, is now being offered in three new parcel configurations in hopes of attracting buyers.
"The Colorado Mountain College board must commit to move forward in a timely and competent way in order to grow and to change with new populations and needs of our communities in an uncertain economy." — Patty Theobald
As we pile on the miles, recover from a fantastic Tour de Steamboat or prep for the upcoming Steamboat Stinger, it’s important to remember to augment those miles with a few elementary exercises to complement your current program.
"Bullying little kids and sharing are not one and the same." — Linda Pendexter
12:26 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of loud noise in the first block of Cedar Court.
Seminars at Steamboat welcomes the return of Matthew Rojansky, an expert on American relations with states of the former Soviet Union, and particularly, Russia, for a free talk at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, July 28 in the Strings Music Pavilion.
A person could spend the better part of a lifetime amassing, reading and appreciating a collection of Western history books to the likes of those in the personal library of the prolific author Sureva Towler of Steamboat Springs.
Many of the riders who take part in Steamboat Springs’ Town Challenge Mountain Bike race series buy season passes for the eight-race circuit. That may be a good thing for a race like Wednesday’s, a grinding climb to the top of Steamboat Ski Area.
If community interest in the unspent lodging tax revenue is as strong as it was three years ago, the parks and recreation commission will oversee quite the competition.
"We applaud the school board for seeking a way to find a long-term solution for making all-day kindergarten free for all students." — Editorial Board
LiftUp of Routt County is hoping its latest expansion helps the organization meet community needs now, and in the future.
Some traffic will be rerouted through Steamboat and Craig. Drivers heading west from Eagle County should first drive east to Wolcott, head north on Colorado Highway 131, turn west on U.S. Highway 40 in Steamboat Springs, then south on Colorado Highway 13 in Craig and on to Rifle. Drivers headed east can take Highway 13 up to Craig and get on U.S. Highway 40.
"We can passively allow the insurance industry corporations to dictate quality of care, or we can stop complaining and choose the cooperative model that is available to us through ColoradoCare (Amendment 69)." — Dr. Rosanne Iversen