Rabbi Mark Asher Goodman, spiritual leader of Har Mishpacha, the Jewish congregation of Steamboat, will visit Steamboat from Friday to Sunday.
Steamboat got a big game from senior Austin Kerbs to get a home win against Rifle.
One strong run and an endless string of answers gave the Rifle High School girls basketball team a comfortable win in Steamboat Springs on Wednesday night.
Yampa Valley Data Partners declared a labor shortage in Routt County in its Fast Facts release on Wednesday based on a statistical analysis that shows employment opportunities are out of balance with the work force.
A pair of local football players will play this weekend in NCAA National Championships games — Treyben Letlow at the Division II level and Skylar Kauf at the Division III level. Both games will be on ESPN channels.
The Oak Creek and Yampa fire departments are looking for new recruits.
7:03 a.m. Routt County Sheriff’s Office deputies were called to a report of a reckless driver at 11th Street and Lincoln Avenue.
By changing the light configuration and geometry of the intersection of Pine Grove Road and U.S. Highway 40, the Colorado Department of Transportation and the city of Steamboat Springs are aiming to prevent tragedies like the death of Robert "Bob" Bear.
Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp. on Wednesday afternoon announced the lineup for the 16th annual Bud Light Rocks the Boat Free Concert Series. Continuing through the spring, the lineup this year includes audience favorites and new acts.
In a show of unity and ecumenical support, the United Methodist Church of Steamboat Springs is now home to a modern menorah created by Randy Salky, a member of Har Mishpacha, Steamboat Springs’ Jewish community.
Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp. is looking for children ages 12 and younger who would like to help report the snow conditions this winter.
Minturn cross-country ski races for Dec. 13 and 14, 2014
Adult rec volleyball results for Dec. 15, 2014
City officials, local trash haulers and representatives from Colorado Parks and Wildlife think the new rules will go a long way to help prevent encounters and problems with black bears.
Critics of the new service got the attention of the City Council, which broke its norm of not responding to public comment by asking its city manager what was going to be done about it.