October 20, 2012
A large mat welcomes visitors to the Steamboat Springs Police Department headquarters on Yampa Street downtown.
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The owners of a downtown Steamboat Springs nightclub will learn sometime next month what penalties they will face for having two liquor license violations in the spring.
The city of Steamboat Springs could fine or temporarily yank a liquor license from a downtown dance bar because of two alleged alcohol violations that occurred at the venue in the spring.
Investigator found evidence of hostile work environment, harassment and violations of city rules at Steamboat Springs Police Department
Investigator uncovers evidence of harassment, hazing at Steamboat PD
A new summary of Katherine Nuanes' investigation released Tuesday evening faults the city's former top cops on several fronts and claims several city policies were violated on their watch.
Police investigation, city attorney hiring and ice arena expansion headline Tuesday Steamboat Springs City Council agenda
The public will find out Tuesday what the Steamboat Springs City Council intends to do to try and bring closure to a recent internal police investigation that is still on the minds of many community members months after it concluded.
After public outcry and a conflict of interest, Steamboat Springs City Council will reconsider police investigation vote
Councilman Scott Ford said Tuesday night the council has recently received more than 30 emails from constituents who want the council to reconsider its vote.
City officials say too many good opportunities will be squandered by delaying the relocation project.