If the Steamboat Springs City Council’s recent discussion about revising a public art policy was a painting, it would have been a very splattered Jackson Pollock, not a neat, easy to understand Winslow Homer.
Vail approves unlikely hotel/workforce apartment project
Vail developer wins narrow approval to develop deed-restricted apartments along with Marriott Residence Inn, no strings attached.
A former Steamboat Springs police officer has accused a Routt County District Attorney’s Office investigator of felony perjury, and the Colorado Bureau of Investigation is investigating.
10:21 a.m. Officers were called to answer questions from a person about something that happened at a bar weeks ago.
Routt to Work is offering a free and confidential “Ask a Financial Professional” clinic from 4 to 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 1, at Routt County United Way, 443 Oak St. in Steamboat Springs.
“What we know is that to meet the housing goals set by committee, we need to adapt a new paradigm or lose our middle class in the Yampa Valley,” Yampa Valley Housing Authority Board President Roger Ashton said.
Some much needed snow was headed toward the Steamboat Springs area Tuesday.
South Routt School District Superintendent Darci Mohr has resigned her position with the district, effective at the end of her contract June 30.
8:21 p.m. Officers were called to a report of fireworks at Fifth and Pine streets. Police could not find them.
A downed plane in the Flat Tops Wilderness offered the White River National Forest a unique clean-up challenge last week as the agency worked to extract the aircraft while respecting wilderness values.
The upper and lower sections of Steamboat Ski Area’s Knoll parking lots will be closed Feb. 21 through 28 during WinterWonderGrass to accommodate festival tents.
Steamboat gondola updates, including a new control system, will defer the beginning of summer operations at Steamboat Ski Area until the end of June.
Customer booted from restaurant after report of children acting 'wild': The Record for Sunday, Feb. 19, 2017
9:10 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a bicycle that was stolen more than a week ago from the 700 block of North Grand Street.
The city is considering allowing e-bikes, which give riders an assist via an electric motor, on the Yampa River Core Trail as a pilot program this summer.
A+ Colorado’s report, The Outliers, ranks Steamboat as the seventh-fastest growing school district in the state between 2011 an 2015 among districts with more than 1,000 students.