National television audiences and United Airline passengers have been seeing a lot of Steamboat Springs lately.
The Steamboat Springs School District Board of Education continues to discuss next steps following the failure of November’s bond, but the group has yet to make any forward moving decisions.
Ski industry officials are already thinking of ways strong data could be used to help the industry grow.
Steamboat Ski Resort will be opening Sunshine Bowl and Morningside Park after a foot of fresh snow has fallen on the mountain over the past five days.
It’s not the scene one would expect when learning about the snowmaking process at the Steamboat Ski Area.
The Steamboat Ski Area plans to open 31 trails across 168 acres Wednesday.
Maybe it’s the isolation getting to him, but Alex Pashley’s fondness for playing with avalanche transceivers is both odd and incredibly smart.
The passes now use a technology called radio frequency identification, or RFID, to automatically open gates and give skiers access to the lifts.
Partners in Routt County officials are hopeful funding from the passing of Proposition BB will be funneled through to their organization, which is well-qualified to receive the funds and is also facing a budget deficit.
Plans for a new Cancer Care Treatment Center at Yampa Valley Medical Center are working their way through the city of Steamboat Springs Planning Department, and hospital officials are hopeful to break ground early next year.
The Routt County Regional Building Department issued a noteworthy permit for a home in Silver Spur Estates, comprising working households, for a home on Silver Spur Street with a permit valuation of $861,000.
Engineer Scott Conner learned early in the process of designing his family home that in order to maximize energy efficiency and have pleasing architecture, there would need to be compromise.
608 Yampa Street would be built at the corner of Sixth Street with the new Workman Park on the Yampa River across the street and Alpenglow townhomes immediately across the alley to the north.
Three of the nine lots, zoned for industry use but feasible for some forms of housing, have been sold and a fourth is under contract.
Developer Stacey Bumgarner said the new building, which broke ground on Steamboat's west side, could be the first of several more to be developed completing the West End Plaza office park.