The Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement will begin the 30-day public comment period on Trapper Mine’s environmental assessment with a community outreach meeting on Oct. 29.
In the 1930s, almost 90 percent of urban dwellers had electricity, but only 10 percent of rural residents did. Privately owned utility companies argued it wasn’t cost-effective to build the infrastructure of poles and lines to electrify the rest of the country. So, in 1935, the Roosevelt Administration created the Rural Electric Administration to bring power to farmers across the nation.
After a call for nominations, the Navigator Award winners have been announced.
Roughly 1,500 of the 2,000 acres comprising Green Creek Ranch, located off Routt County Road 18 was sold Thursday by Bill Gay and Roberta Mollenberg, two of the three children of Bob and Elaine Gay, who purchased the ranch in 1948.
The passage of the Steamboat Springs School District’s proposed bond measure would likely strengthen the city’s reputation for good schools without deterring in-migration because of the increased taxes.
Real estate transactions for Oct. 1 to 8, 2015
Steamboat Ski Area renews ties with former Japanese owner; offers lift tickets at Rusutsu to pass holders
Skiers may recall the day in 1992, when Kimihito Kamori, principle of Rusutsu Resort, and leader of Kamori Kanko Ltd., presided over the grand opening of the Storm Peak Express chairlift in Steamboat.
A Steamboat Springs business owner has been tapped to help guide the state's newly formed Office of Outdoor Recreation Industry, or OREC.
In one presentation, attendees of the 2015 Economic Summit will see how a medical technology company, a farm, an outdoor retail manufacturer and a high school teacher have innovated their businesses in Steamboat Springs.
Steamboat Springs resident and former NFL coach Tim Krumrie has joined CereScan, a leading brain-imaging company that specializes in the detection of traumatic brain injuries.
Brent Whittington's path to purchasing a titanium bicycle manufacturing company in Steamboat Springs started in June when he picked up a brochure at the city's visitor center.
The deadline to submit nominations for the 2015 Navigator Awards, which annually honor Steamboat Springs’ outstanding business, business leader and young professional of the year, is Wednesday, Sept. 30.
Celebrating local businesses and professionals, the 2015 Navigator Awards will take place Nov. 6 at the Strings Music Pavilion with Paper Bird providing the entertainment.
A series listening sessions on the federal coal leasing program spurred participation and comment from groups on both sides of the issue.
for September 9 to 15, 2015