Nothing comes easy when trying to grow a dream
The husband-wife team of Clint Ball and Karen Tremaine started Cogma Bikewear three years ago. It's been an often rewarding, frequently agonizing journey, but one they say has proved rewarding as they close in on their goals.
The Hayden Station coal-fired power plant is getting $160 million worth of emissions-reducing upgrades as part of a larger $1 billion push by Xcel Energy.
Trevyn Newpher will step in as Steamboat Ski Area’s Steamboat Bike Park manager, a newly created position.
P. Elizabeth Wittemyer has joined Feldmann-Nagel’s offices in Steamboat Springs and Denver, according to a news release.
Daryl Levin sold Chelsea’s in the late-1990s, but he’s now looking to resurrect the Chinese-food restaurant and its reputation of cuisine worth traveling for.
By mid-June, the commercial real estate at Pine Grove Road and Mid Valley Drive will be empty and in need of a tenant.
Steamboat Sotheby’s International Realty co-owners Pam Vanatta and Cam Boyd participated in the 2014 Sotheby’s International Realty Leadership Forum, according to a news release.
Karma Bar and Lounge will have its grand opening Friday in the basement space under Rootz on Lincoln Avenue.
The Staples location in Steamboat Springs, which opened in late 2006, will close its doors May 17.
Steamboat Springs sales tax collections have been trending up since their most recent low point in 2010, but among other mountain communities, the city’s increase in 2013 placed in the middle of the pack.
Collin and Noella Kelley are planning to open their newest dining venture right next door to their original restaurant, Carl’s Tavern, but the concepts couldn’t be farther apart.
Paws 'n Claws 'n Things moved to a new location in Central Park Plaza, opening Monday.
The submission deadline has been announced for the 2014 Steamboat Springs Business Plan Competition, according to a news release.
The objective of the Service Excellence program is to eventually bring the training to as much of Steamboat Springs as possible with the hope of boosting the city’s reputation for customer service as measured by the net promoter score.
Ciao Gelato will be moving from its Yampa Street location to a spot around the corner on Seventh Street but still in the Howelsen Place building.