In just less than two years, Staples will close 225 stores in North America, according to a news release from the company last week.
Steamboat’s Sue Birch was given the American Medical Association’s Nathan Davis Award for Outstanding Government Service for her work as the executive director of the Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing.
Intrawest, the company that owns Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp., has introduced a winter pass for all six of the resorts it has a stake in or manages.
A little more than a year after it picked up Old West Sanitation’s Moffat County operations, Twin Enviro Services has taken over the company’s Routt County trash collection business.
Southwestern Energy announces multimillion-dollar deal to purchase mineral leases in Moffat and Routt counties
Southwestern Energy announced Wednesday that it had signed an agreement to purchase 312,000 net acres in Moffat and Routt counties for $180 million, according to a press release.
Colorado Mountain College is offering a new ski and snowboard business certification program that in the coming months and semester will grow drastically in size.
The fifth of the newly built duplexes in Rocky Peak Village recently sold for $495,000, according to a news release.
Zola Windows is close to three years old but has only been headquartered in Steamboat Springs for a matter of months.
Instead of spending time and energy in “Wonderland," thinking about the future of the market, I suggest we focus on some easily recognized investment opportunities.
About 10 miles north of Craig, tucked away just off Colorado Highway 13, is an indistinguishable warehouse, hugged in by fenced animals including sheep, alpacas and goats. The 4,000-square-foot building easily blends in with the agricultural area, surrounded by other properties marked with barns and livestock. But inside is a unique find.
The financial-sector hurdles that arise from the disconnect between state decriminalization and the list of federal Schedule I substances have stymied owners of marijuana-related businesses across the state.
Retail sales in the Yampa Valley increased heading into the end of last year, and Yampa Valley Data Partners projects more growth is in store for 2014.
Mainstreet Steamboat is moving its annual Mainstreet Farmers Market from its former Sixth Street location to Seventh Street between Lincoln Avenue and Yampa Street this summer.
Traci Day, bank manager of the Hayden office of First National Bank of the Rockies, was recently named manager of the bank’s Craig office, as well, according to a news release.
Angie Robinson wants a 5-pound bag of her high-altitude roasted, Rocky Mountain coffee in every independent coffee shop in the nation.