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Steamboat Movement Fest promises to bring yoga tourism to Steamboat

The Steamboat Movement Fest will offer outdoor yoga classes along with vendor villages in Gondola Square and live music on the performance stage.

Steamboat seeks to add Hockeyville USA to its brand

If local hockey aficionados get their way, Steamboat Springs could also soon be known as Kraft Hockeyville USA.

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Local sticker company expanding to new markets

The founders of Steamboat Sticker shipped their first order of stickers in January, 2014, and the stickers have since been making their way to retailers in more than 18 states around the country.

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Thrift Store Treasures: Sifting through the hidden gems of Routt County's thrift shops

A thrift store is a place where people can donate items they no longer need, and the stores are dependent on donations from the community. Customers come from all walks of life, and one never knows what they’ll be looking to buy.

Proposed Ridge at Deer Mountain subdivision straddles urban growth boundary

A majority of the Planning Commission agreed that the five-acre lots called for in the Deer Mountain plan are preferable to the existing platted subdivision of 35-acre parcels.

Real estate prices up, inventory down in 2015, according to forecast

The real estate market may see a dramatic increase in purchase prices and a supply that continues to shrink in 2015, according to real estate broker Doug Labor.

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180-unit condo development proposed south of Walgreens

A former Steamboat Springs resident and developer has proposed building a 180-unit condominium development along Highway 40, just south of Pine Grove Road and the old Staples building.

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Chadwick Flats introduces green, multi-unit horizontal living to Steamboat

Innovative new design will maximize space and views, minimize stairs

A new three-unit residential development near the base of Steamboat Ski Area will offer private, single-level floor plans stacked atop each other, a design yet to be seen in Steamboat.

Business briefs: New pet grooming business opens on Yampa Street

Dogs in Steamboat Springs have a new place to be pampered, and those looking for information on how to buy a small business can find it by attending a seminar at CMC.

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Oregon gear company makes a stop in Steamboat Springs for first time

For the first time, three national outdoor gear suppliers will get together for a celebration at Butcherknife Brewing Co. Friday.

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Steamboat City Council keeps commercial vendors out of Stock Bridge Transit Center parking lot

Steamboat Paddleboard Adventures owner Danny Tebbenkamp thought the parking lot right next to the Yampa River would be an ideal place to rent paddleboards from.

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Steamboat's Nancy Kramer becomes 27th woman chosen for Hazie Werner Award of Excellence

The Northwest Colorado Cultural Heritage Program will be awarded the 2015 Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp.'s $20,000 Snowball Community Grant Feb. 23 to continue the organization's work of providing a coordinated marketing arm for cultural and historic venues in 17 communities in the region.

Former Steamboat Springs City Council President Joe Brennan dies at 68 in Florida

Former Steamboat Springs City Council President Joe Brennan loved to entertain friends and strangers, and although he could be gruff at times, Brennan also told jokes for hours on end.

Adventure filmmaker highlights 16th annual Airline Partners' Summit

When Canadian ice climber Will Gadd climbed up a frozen section of Niagara Falls last month, Bryan Smith’s video production company was there to watch, film and ultimately share the experience with the world.

Yampa Valley Sustainability Council hosts passive house talk

While initially more expensive to build than a conventional home, a passive house utilizes passive solar design, super insulation and mechanical ventilation to ultimately create a space that most homeowners say is worth the extra initial cost.