"We agree with our council president that the people living in West Steamboat deserve the same access to bike and pedestrian trails that the rest of the city enjoys . . ." — Editorial Board
"Incidentally, coal miners don’t make a living breathing coal dust, we make a living providing a product that supplies all consumers (we are very bipartisan) with clean, inexpensive and continually reliable energy." — Kevin Copeland
Colorado’s marijuana industry — one of the most mature in the nation — continues to thrive, posting record-setting sales figures through the first two months of 2017.
Not sure which shows to attend from the 2017 Strings Music Festival lineup? The Steamboat Today brings music enthusiasts a few acts to be on the lookout for this season.
City officials who toured the Steamboat Pilot & Today offices with a realtor on Friday left thinking the large commercial building might be worth pursuing for city facilities.
1:37 p.m. Officers were called to a report of a man carrying a cardboard box full of bottles in the 900 block of Yampa Street. The caller thought this was odd. Police could not find the man.
The storage wax may only just be set on the skis, but mountain biking season is already inbound for those Steamboat Springs riders who didn’t make a Closing Day run for the desert.
Steamboat Springs school board member Michelle Dover said the board has been coming together like never before in 2017 in an effort to upgrade or build new school facilities.
Sheraton Steamboat Resort Villas and Steamboat Ski & Bike Kare join forces to help local youth organizations roll through summer.
Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club U16 skiers finally approached the end of their season last week, competing at a pair of events across the continent.
There have been 137 confirmed fatalities at Colorado’s ski resorts over the past decade. Kevin Pitts became the state’s first for the 2016-17 season.
Steamboat Springs residents won’t be able to water their lawns as often as usual this summer due to the drier than normal spring.
Oak Creek residents were advised April 24 that “You may experience longer periods without water today. We will make every attempt to keep you notified of issues as they occur, and our progress.”
The Ninth Street pedestrian bridge was closed April 17 for a refurbishment project that includes re-decking and painting of the structure. The bridge project is anticipated to continue for one month, weather permitting.
Soroco, Steamboat track teams score wins
It wasn’t the spots in which his team placed this weekend that had Hayden High School track and field coach Pat Moore excited as he considered his track team heading into the final stretch of the season.
11:41 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a transient who was making customers at a gym in the 1800 block of Central Park Plaza feel uncomfortable. Officers trespassed the person.
Of the 58 ski-related fatalities recorded in Summit County over the past 10 years, only five autopsies have been performed.
Beginning Monday, April 24, Yampa Street will be closed to vehicular traffic between the intersections of 10th and 12th streets.
A legal and financial planning education program for people affected by Alzheimer’s disease will take place from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 10 at Steamboat Springs Community Center, 1605 Lincoln Ave.
Coloradans are feeling the effects of a broken health care system now more than ever.