The Steamboat Institute collected supplies Wednesday to assist communities on Colorado's Front Range that have been devastated by historic flooding.
The Steamboat Springs-based merino wool sock and apparel company has a design office in Boulder, where areas received 16.9 inches of rain in the five-day period of Sept. 8 to 12.
Some Steamboat Springs residents — including students Meghan and Penn Lukens and landlord John Aragon — were in Boulder this week dealing with the impacts of the more than 14 inches of rain that has fallen on the town since Monday.
A fire near Hayden was fully contained Saturday evening after burning 1,225 acres.
A fire that started along the side of a road near Hayden blew up and burned an estimated 800 acres of grass and shrubs before being brought under control Saturday evening.
Residents of Lookout Mountain Road in the fire area east of Glenwood Springs had been allowed back into their homes Friday morning.
The Citadel Fire — located in Moffat County — started Sunday morning. It has burned roughly 2,000 acres of land. The East Tschuddi fire started Saturday and has burned about 630 acres in Rio Blanco County.
After spending a year deployed in Iraq in the Army, Elder Pyatt had to adjust to civilian life when he finished his service in 2008.
Steamboat briefs: Fire restrictions lifted on private lands in city limits, unincorporated Routt County
The Routt County Board of Commissioners and the city of Steamboat Springs have lifted fire restrictions on private lands in unincorporated Routt County and within Steamboat city limits.
Even with recent monsoon rains, drought conditions persist and caution is urged.
With the arrival of monsoonal rains, the Routt County Board of Commissioners will consider Tuesday rescinding Stage 1 fire restrictions.
It had been more than a month since Routt County had seen any moisture, but the hillsides were surprisingly green as Oak Creek Fire Chief Chuck Wisecup drove his truck through the remote subdivisions in Stagecoach.
Colorado’s 4.3 million acres of beetle-decimated forests represent a catastrophe in the making during another devastating wildfire season.
Reduce the risk of your home and property becoming fuel for a wildfire by following these tips.
The fear of a devastating wildfire remains real in the southeastern Routt County community that was developed around a now defunct ski resort.