The Steamboat Springs High School boys soccer team scored plenty of goals Saturday in its season-opening game. Unfortunately for the Sailors, its opponent, Mullen, did, as well.
Soroco went on the road to bulldoze Caprock Academy, taking the league victory in three sets.
10:44 a.m. Officers and Routt County Sheriff’s Office deputies were called to a vehicle complaint near the intersection of Elk River Road and Lincoln Avenue. Officers arrested a 23-year-old man for driving under the influence of drugs.
It was a good start to the season, but the chance for “great” just eluded the Steamboat Springs High School boys tennis team this weekend, coach Joseph O’Dell said.
Routt County Board Of County Commissioners meeting agendas for Aug. 15 and 16
A Colorado Group Realty real estate group, led by broker Jon Wade, has started a new charitable fund through the Yampa Valley Community Foundation.
Why is Routt County United Way so passionate about preschool? Because early childhood education has a better return on investment than the stock market.
This recipe was one of the top finishers in the Sweet ‘N Spicy contest at the 2016 Routt County Fair.
Looking to save a few lives during your next lunch break? You might want to consider donating blood.
We know breastfeeding helps babies and moms, but some benefits may be surprising. This natural process, for example, is a stepping stone to obesity prevention.
David “Bruce” Cummings was working as a property manager in Craig nearly 10 years ago, when he was alerted to a woman inside an apartment who had overdosed during a suicide attempt.
Soroco High School football coach Dick Dudas acknowledged things could have gone better Saturday as his team opened its season on the road against Caliche. Things could have gone better, but not much, as the Rams rolled to a big victory.
It’s likely that more students than ever before returned to public school classrooms across Routt County last week, as shown through preliminary enrollment reports from each district.
The race will start at 11 a.m. at the Fifth Street bridge. A celebration with children’s activities and food vendors will follow at West Lincoln Park. There will be $5,000 in cash prizes, including a $1,500 grand prize.
The fall 2016 semester welcomed new transfer and freshmen students from all across the country to Durango, including four students from Steamboat Springs.