Walk into the reincarnated Olivia’s Home Furnishings in Sundance at Fish Creek shopping center and it’s difficult to get beyond the rustic wooden spiral staircase that leads to nowhere, except perhaps interior decorator heaven.
Nelson Carmichael's business plan for an outerwear e-commerce business won the 2013 Business Plan Competition hosted by Colorado Mountain College and Yampa Valley SCORE.
The winners have been chosen, and this year's Navigator Award recipients will be honored during a luncheon Nov. 12 at the Sheraton Steamboat Resort.
Now represented in ski towns in California, Utah, Colorado, Montana and British Columbia, Black Tie’s decision to start licensing its brand has proved successful for the Steamboat company and its individual owners.
Becky Sharp was promoted to mortgage lender at Yampa Valley Bank this month. She has held multiple other positions at Yampa Valley Bank since 2009.
Shell isn’t alone among energy companies looking for surer bets amid falling prices and a more difficult production climate.
Nov. 9 is the Hometown Holiday Local Products Shopping Gala, and more than 20 local producers will attend with their local products on display and for sale.
Speculation has run wild in the past two weeks, owner Fritz Aurin said, but the restaurant is undergoing some renovations and will be open by ski season.
By Tuesday afternoon, eight individuals or groups had gone before the judges in the 2013 Business Plan Competition hosted by Colorado Mountain College and Yampa Valley SCORE.
Moots has aggressively expanded its recycling and gone above and beyond in sustainable business practices, and now, it’s been named the Sustainable Business of the Year for 2013.
All That Jazz is celebrating its second year under the ownership of Kim Haggarty this weekend, according to a news release.
Last week, a group of New York City journalists and editors got to taste wild sarvisberries sourced from the Elk River Valley.
Keith Kramer has been tapped by the nonprofit to replace Kate Nowak, who now is the executive director of Routt County United Way.
Green Courte Partners, the real estate firm that developed Howelsen Place and Alpen Glow, has opened an office in downtown Steamboat Springs.
With business growing, luxury vacation home rental company Moving Mountains took the need for some additional office space and paired it with a move to the now-bustling Wildhorse Marketplace.