The second clue for the 2016 Yule Log Hunt has been released.
The Steamboat wrestling and hockey teams and the Soroco and Hayden boys and girls basketball teams all hit the road this weekend. Will they find what their looking for on the highway?
Organizers conclude Yampa Valley nonprofits have learned to market themselves effectively on Yampa Valley Gives Day.
The Steamboat Springs High School boys and girls teams begin play this weekend in the Steamboat Shoot-Out tournament. For the boys team, that means a 6:30 p.m. game at home against long-time rival, Moffat County.
Yampa Valley Sustainability Council hopes that serving a soup made from produce that isn’t fresh, but still nutritious, will point out some of the community’s wasteful kitchen habits
The Steamboat Springs City Council is moving ahead with rule changes that would allow pot shops to stay open three hours later until 10 p.m.
Due to the high cost, those in need of detox are again being taken to Routt County Jail.
The Steamboat Springs City Council on Tuesday night unanimously approved a memorandum of understanding with the county that will dedicate $215,506 to the creation of the schematic designs for the facility.
Bond remains at $1 million for the 60-year-old Steamboat Springs man charged with 21 felonies related to sexual assault and engaging in prostitution with children.
Solange Guenier Chambers' new band is called Small Town World, and its first big gig is Thursday at the Chief.
7:53 a.m. Officers were called to a report of a car with trash coming out the back on Mount Werner Road. It could not be located.
Fire officials believe a heat lamp caused a fire at a barn early Wednesday morning at Colo. Highway 131 and Routt County Road 22.
Steamboat Today will not hold Coffee and a Newspaper in December. The next Coffee and a Newspaper will be a brown bag lunch featuring a presentation by magazines editor Eugene Buchanan about his new book, “Comrades on the Colca,” from noon to 1:30 p.m.
The new-found pace of the Soroco High School girls basketball team roared into Oak Creek Tuesday night as the Rams played their first home game of the season. They teetered between furiously fast — effective — and frantically frenzied — less so — but ended up easily running away from North Park to earn a 84-39 victory.
Proposed revisions to the city’s animal code would allow city residents to legally own domesticated pigs that are under 100 pounds for the first time.