Top 10 most-viewed stories for the week of April 10 to 16, 2014
John F. Russell: Times are tough for the US Nordic combined team, but coach isn't ready to throw in the towel
The U.S. Ski Team has pulled the plug on the Nordic combined team, but head coach Dave Jarrett isn't about to give up on this team, or the sport that he loves.
Council on Aging menus for week of April 21
Routt County school lunch menus for week of April 21
Steamboat Springs High School boys lacrosse improved to a perfect 12-0 with a 15-8 win against Windsor on Friday. The Sailors are looking to avenge a disheartening 2013 loss when they play Valor Christian on Saturday.
At Wednesday's Steamboat Springs Grant Commission meeting, the board pushed along more than $2.62 million in potential 2014-15 grants for Steamboat, Hayden and South Routt school districts. Approval will be made in May by the Fund Board.
The new recycling center at the landfill is planned to have its own baler, but glass is likely to be removed from single-stream recycling.
The Steamboat Springs High School wrestling program is dropping down to Class 3A, which could be a boost to the program.
Jennifer Kerr, a physical therapist at Yampa Valley Medical Center's SportsMed, recently got designated as a board-certified clinical specialist in sports physical therapy.
At an informal meeting of the city of Steamboat Springs’ Historic Preservation Commission, Steve Shelesky laid out some early plans for the future of Yampa Valley Electric Association’s downtown building.
6:15 p.m. Officers were called to a complaint about a boy who was skateboarding too fast with his small yellow dog in the 1800 block of Central Park Drive. The caller said the dog was being dragged on a leash while failing to keep up with the skateboard. Police contacted the boy at McDonald's and documented the incident, but officers didn't find any evidence he did anything wrong.
The city of Steamboat Springs is researching green energy standards in anticipation of a request from the local development community to reduce the costs associated with energy efficiency certifications such as LEED and Green Globes.
P. Elizabeth Wittemyer has joined Feldmann-Nagel’s offices in Steamboat Springs and Denver, according to a news release.
The nanogram level for marijuana was tested with two Routt County juries, local officials are pushing child abuse prevention and Jamnesty returns to the Old Town Pub.
As I near the end of my academic career here in Steamboat at Colorado Mountain College, I can’t help but reflect on the experiences I have had, the diversity of the campus within students and staff, the knowledge I have gained and the growth I have experienced.