When Kyan Strong learned Thursday his school will soon close its doors, the fourth grader put $142 of his hard-earned chore money in an envelope and tucked it into his backpack.
The Oak Creek Town Board met Thursday, where it approved and certified Resolution 2016-003 to adopt the 2015 Oak Creek Comprehensive Plan.
South Routt School District Superintendent Darci Mohr is a finalist for a superintendent position in Rapid City, South Dakota.
There are 6,000 or so stars visible to the naked eye under ideal conditions, but only Sirius, the famous Dog Star, can claim the title of “The Brightest Star.”
A nationwide program that matches community volunteers with K-12 classes to give lessons about financial literacy, entrepreneurship and workforce readiness is starting up in Steamboat Springs.
Mountain Village Montessori Charter School has accepted 127 applications for students who plan to enroll this fall when the school opens.
Soroco high school and middle school Principal Lyn McCarty submitted her immediate resignation Thursday, district administration said.
Partners in Routt County leaders must wait until March to learn whether the AmeriCorps school-based mentor program will continue during the 2016-17 school year.
The Steamboat Springs School District used its new emergency messaging system for the first time last week when it notified parents that students at Strawberry Park Elementary School were being evacuated to the middle school gym due to an unexplained odor of gas at the campus.
The Steamboat Springs School District will need to cut more than $1 million in operating expenses next year in order to get a balanced budget.
A group of Steamboat Springs High School students are hosting a showing of the documentary “Future of Energy” on Wednesday to raise money for an upcoming educational trip to Iceland.
Feb. 2 is Groundhog Day, marking the midpoint of winter. The tradition of this unusual holiday can be traced back for many centuries, though not in the same form we celebrate today.
South Routt Elementary School in Yampa will host free developmental screenings for preschool-aged children on Monday, March 7 and Tuesday, March 8.
The team trains at the Home Ranch in Clark twice per week and travels to competitions most weekends. The competitive side of the team is mostly for the middle school kids, with the core group currently made of six boys.
The District Accountability Committee will help Steamboat Springs School District Superintendent Brad Meeks review a list of possible steering committee candidates in the coming week.