All results / Stories
After hearing from staff and members of the public, the Routt County Board of Commissioners directed staff to look into creating a process for minor amendments to the boundary and a way to define what is considered minor.
The Routt County Board of Commissioners let the air out of 40 rural residents Tuesday afternoon when they tabled a proposal by Union Wireless to locate a new telecommunications tower in their neighborhood.
On Wednesday, while folks in Routt County were absorbing Tuesday’s election results, Sens. Mark Udall and Michael Bennet were in a private meeting with President Barack Obama at the White House.
As Neeli Bendapudi said to start her keynote speech, to make every single member of your company see the world Through the Lens of the Customer is harder than open-heart surgery or rocket science.
Reading the headlines of the past few days, one can’t help but notice the immense amount of attention given to Republicans and their concern about the Affordable Care Act.
If you commit to one thing this school year, make it the family dinner. Having dinner as a family is easily the most important thing you can do to raise happy, healthy children.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney defended the National Security Agency while speaking Friday as part of the fifth annual Freedom Conference, put on by The Steamboat Institute.
The issue that loomed large at the Colorado Water Congress’ Summer Conference was the drying out of agriculture.
Five members of disparate groups were gathered to talk about what the process of saving agriculture in Colorado will look like and how their constituencies can come together to see it happen.
Tuesday evening’s World ski jumping Calcutta fundraiser for the National Nordic Foundation began at Howelsen Hill by celebrating what had already happened, but became about what the athletes hope will happen.
The Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club will celebrate the Fourth of July week by recognizing some it's top athletes.
Although I may be dating myself, I have remembered for a long time the simple truths found in Robert Fulghum’s book “All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten.”
It's fun and frustrating to watch as athletes with ties to Steamboat Springs chase their dreams along the road to Sochi, Russia, and the 2014 winter Olympic Games.
The Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club returned from the USASA Nationals in Copper Mountain this week.
Among all the political flaw going on, among all the changes in people’s lives, and among all the busy schedules with the change of seasons, the people in South Routt once again dip into their pockets and donate to the Jump Rope for Heart program for the American Heart Association.
Steamboat Ski Area recently has seen a rash of incidents where skiers have gone into the backcountry and needed to be rescued. A ski area spokesperson said Thursday that ski patrollers had been on rescues five days during the past week.
It was a history-making kind of week for Steamboat Springs snowboarders, with World Championships and Arielle Gold's podium finish at the X Games. Here's to hoping we don't forget any time soon.
A U.S. Army veteran alleges he was discriminated against by a downtown motel owner, Steamboat snowboarder Matt Ladley withdrew from the X Games super-pipe finals after an accident during a training run and Colorado Mountain College students will study in Cuba.
Justin Reiter finished second at the FIS World Championships in Stoneham, Quebec, securing the best finish of his career and the second podium of these World Championships for the Winter Sports Club.
Multiple Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club athletes are preparing for the FIS Snowboard World Championships, which begin Thursday in Quebec.