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The results were mixed for Steamboat Springs-based Alpine snowboarders at a recent parallel slalom event in Bad Gastein, Austria.
The feud continued Tuesday between Routt County commissioners and Routt County Treasurer Brita Horn.
Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club Alpine snowboarder AJ Muss had the best performance of his career Saturday, riding to 11th in a parallel slalom event in Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy.
Czech Alpine snowboarder Ester Ledecka, who’s trained with the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club, got a blazingly fast start to her season Saturday.
A big batch of Steamboat Spring snowboaders were included on Wednesday when the U.S. Snowboard Team announced its athletes for the season.
In conjunction with the First Friday Artwalk, the Steamboat Springs Arts Council will unveil its holiday Christmas tree and handmade ornaments donated by local artists for the new exhibit, "Gift."
Grand Futures Prevention Coalition would like to reiterate the importance of limiting youth access to alcohol, marijuana, tobacco and other drugs and expound upon the Social Host Ordinance. If you don’t permit it, you don’t promote it. Think smart this holiday season, and don’t allow your child to underage drink.
Lucas Strickland didn't even know a video was being taken when he dove into a raging river to rescue a kayaker at a race in North Carolina earlier this month.
Routt County Clerk Kim Bonner says she received a call from Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams Friday to confirm that delayed Precinct 1 election ballots made it to Clark Post Office.
Steamboat Springs City Council candidates answer 10 questions local voters want to know.
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.