Bud Werner Memorial Library is hosting World Book Night in Steamboat Springs on Wednesday. Throughout the day, volunteers will be out in the community handing out free copies of highly recommended books.
9:54 a.m. Officers were called to a report of trash cans that were left out before trash day in the 3000 block of Après Ski Way. Police determined the homeowners had just moved away.
The County Commissioners voted unanimously to approve a permit to allow Twin Enviro to build a new recycling facility at the landfill.
South Routt Elementary School teacher Peggy Barnes is retiring after 36 years of leading kindergarten classrooms.
A survey that relied on collecting the hair of bears found about one bear for every four square miles in large survey area north of Steamboat.
With a few bears already starting to get into trash cans and others getting close enough to town to show up in photos, officials again are urging residents and visitors here to take some steps to keep the animals out of trouble.
Yampatika is looking to win a grant from Seeds of Change and needs the community’s votes to do so.
The city of Steamboat Springs Planning Department has launched new features on the city’s website after making changes to its public notice requirements.
Is spring runoff in 2014 destined to be like the epic year of 2011? It’s unlikely, according to a hydrologist who keeps close tabs on the Yampa River Basin.
In celebration of Earth Day, Yampa Valley Sustainability Council/Yampa Valley Recycles is selling “keep our mountains green” reusable shopping bags and 2014 ReTree trees from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at City Market in Steamboat Springs.
The plan proposes minimal staffing increases through 2020 and also includes the possibility of a new fire station west of Steamboat and the establishment of a new or expanded central fire station in downtown Steamboat.
7:37 a.m. Officers were called to a complaint about a dog that was howling all night long in the 300 block of Eighth Street. The dog's owner was given a warning.
The Hayden Station coal-fired power plant is getting $160 million worth of emissions-reducing upgrades as part of a larger $1 billion push by Xcel Energy.
A high trend of obesity in Hayden School District spurred a new cooking course funded by LiveWell Northwest Colorado and a Healthy Schools Successful Students grant.
Now that spring weather finally has arrived in the Yampa Valley, thoughts turn to spring activities such as biking, hiking and running. “Getting fit for spring sports is essential,” occupational therapist Marty Melland said. “You want to condition yourself in order to avoid injury.”