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Step 1 of suing the International Olympic Committee was a success for Steamboat Springs Olympic snowboarder Justin Reiter, according to an email from his lawyer, Filippo Marchino.
Steamboat snowboarder sues over event elimination
Steamboat Springs Olympic snowboarder Justin Reiter filed a lawsuit last month against the International Olympic Committee after the organization’s executive board voted to remove parallel slalom snowboarding from the 2018 Winter Olympics.
No one can argue that it’s not a tumultuous time for the city of Steamboat Springs. Our city leaders are grappling with the resignation of a police chief and deputy chief in the wake of a contentious police department investigation, which has left residents highly dissatisfied due to the limited amount of information that has been released about what the investigation found or didn’t find.
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The Steamboat Art Museum will be holding a workshop taught by our exhibiting artist, John Fawcett, at 9 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday. The cost is $450.
Construction on Routt County Road 14 is scheduled to continue through Aug. 31. The road will be completely closed from Hibbert Lane to Henderson Park Monday through Aug. 1.
It’s been more than three months since Ed Zimmerman was murdered, and the public still knows very little about the facts surrounding the homicide.
In the eyes of the committee, the construction of a combined city and county facility in west Steamboat is a better alternative to the city building a new station on its own or renovating its current police headquarters on Yampa Street.
Steamboat Springs leaders on Tuesday will discuss whether the city’s current regulations for marijuana businesses are working.
Winter Sports Club snowboarders throw down some big runs
More than 40 Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club snowboarders took to Copper Mountain for last week's USASA National Championships.
When the Alpine snowboarding World Cup, and Nor-Am season came to an end last week several Steamboat Springs riders could be found near the top of the end-of-season point standings.
Steamboat Springs' Justin Reiter won his first World Cup — the first Alpine snowboarding World Cup win for an American in more than a decade. That was reason to celebrate.
Steamboat Springs Alpine snowboarder Justin Reiter won the first World Cup event of his career racing Saturday in Moscow.
Justin Reiter flew to a second-place finish racing Sunday at an Alpine snowboarding World Cup event in Japan, capping a strong weekend of racing from Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club racers.
The Steamboat Pilot & Today won 25 awards in the Colorado Associated Press Editors and Reporters annual awards contest.
Ester Ledecka continues dominating streak
Ester Ledecka, a Steamboat Springs-trained Czech Republic Alpine snowboarder, furthered her success in what’s been a red-hot season on Saturday, winning a parallel giant slalom World Cup event in Sudelfeld, Germany.
Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club snowboarder Justin Reiter kept up a strong season last weekend by placing 16th in a World Cup parallel slalom snowboarding event in Bad Gastein, Austria.
Year 2014 saw several Steamboat athletes head to the Olympics in Sochi, Russia, and had the town already looking toward the USA Pro Challenge in August 2015 when Steamboat was announced as the host of the first two stages of the race. Here are the Steamboat Pilot & Today's top 10 sports stories of 2014.
Update: The 2015 Pro Cycling Challenge will include two stages in Steamboat Springs, all of the first stage and the start of the second stage.