Illegal hunting-related activities include interfering with hunting. This year, Colorado Division of Wildlife officials are looking out for people who "herd" animals by trying to move them onto private property or keep them on private property.
Hunters are susceptible to health problems when they're in the backcountry.
Imagine a bridge, water flowing underneath, as the entrance of a home. You can do so in the Steamboat Covered Bridge House, perhaps Steamboat's most renowned luxury home. The house sits on a high point overlooking the golf course at Catamount Ranch and Club with views of the Flat Tops and Walton Canyon. Pam Vanatta of Prudential Steamboat Realty has the home listed for $8.9 million.
Voters may face
When it comes to the slew of potential questions to pose to local voters in November, Steamboat Springs City Council members still have a lot of questions of their own.
The developers for One Steamboat Place will have another chance to turn their project around.
One Steamboat Place proposal includes residential, retail space
The Steamboat Springs Planning Commission tonight will review plans for One Steamboat Place, a major development at the base of the Steamboat Ski Area.
County developers offering affordable options will be rewarded
Developers who provide affordable housing in Routt County will be rewarded, officials decided Tuesday.
County officials to offer free trials of new machines
Voters who want to learn more about Routt County's new voting system have a chance to try it in person.
Kennel would hold 24 dogs, feature music and television
A kennel that the owners say would be a "small, luxury boarding facility" for pets may be built south of Steamboat Springs.
County's plan would offer incentives for deed restrictions
Routt County officials are trying to create incentives for people who provide affordable housing within the county.
International Cessna Convention is in town Tuesday
Those who keep their eyes on the sky may notice high air traffic at the Steamboat Springs Airport this week.
Abdoulaye Camara has been a dancer all of his life.
Program helps elderly stay safe, healthy
Jennie Chin Hansen's interest in older people began when she was 10.
Officials ask community members to change watering habits
A few behavioral changes can save gallons of water, along with the community's money, officials say.
Weekend events spur extra routes
Steamboat Springs Transit officials are offering expanded bus service this weekend in anticipation of some of the highest ridership numbers of the year.
Special area would pay for Wildhorse Meadows infrastructure
Partners in the Wildhorse Meadows project are proposing the formation of a special district to pay for infrastructure and improvements.
Planning commission: Project improvements significant
Improvements to the Wildhorse Meadows project were significant and deserved recognition, members of the Steamboat Springs Planning Commission said Thursday.
If you see someone riding a bright yellow bicycle around town, it's likely that the rider is an employee of the city of Steamboat Springs.
Officials discuss Wildhorse project
Two meetings today will focus on the proposed Wildhorse Meadows project.
YVMC earns Top Performer award for 4th consecutive year
Yampa Valley Medical Center recently was honored for its efforts to make sure patients are satisfied with their care.
Funding for operational costs of projects still must be identified
Changes are coming to the base of Steamboat Ski Area, but officials still are figuring out how to pay for the ongoing costs associated with those projects.
City officials are working to improve the appearance of the alley between Yampa and Lincoln avenues.
Parcel will include trails, fishing areas, conservation plots
The city of Steamboat Springs has acquired land that officials said is ideal for public fishing, wildlife watching and environmental education.
Officials hope to reduce traffic during Fourth of July weekend
Residents and visitors who plan to attend the city's fireworks show or other Fourth of July holiday events can take advantage of expanded free bus service.
Council vote means Howelsen Place has cleared planning process
The Harbor Hotel will be torn down and replaced with a commercial and residential project, the Steamboat Springs City Council has ruled.
Fireworks fans, have no fear -- yet. The city of Steamboat Springs' annual fireworks display is still a go.
Council reaffirms Stock Bridge choice
Building the new community center at the Stock Bridge site is a sure thing -- again.
Conditions call for bans on certain fires, officials say
Campers be warned: Routt County officials may approve a ban on open fires.
Council to revote on Stock Bridge site
The Steamboat Springs City Council tonight may renege on its earlier decision to build a community center at the Stock Bridge Transit Center area.
Council questions Stock Bridge site
Last week, the Steamboat Springs City Council reluctantly affirmed its decision to build a new community center at the Stock Bridge Transit Center. On Tuesday night, the council second-guessed its site choice, voting 4-3 to revisit the decision later this month.
The Steamboat Springs Health and Recreation Association's board president announced Tuesday that the association is withdrawing its plans to build an indoor pool.
The Steamboat Springs City Council tonight will discuss how to proceed with a city-owned recreation center. Such a center has been discussed for years. Last fall, the city's parks, open space and recreational services department began holding community meetings to discuss the issue.
Officials say dealing with this should be a community effort
Dealing with mountain pine beetle infestation should be a community effort, officials said Sunday. More than 20 people, mostly homeowners who have beetle infestation on their properties, attended a community meeting Sunday at Steamboat Lake State Park's visitors' center. The meeting focused on what property owners can do to address infestation.
A presentation tonight will give people a chance to learn more about local wilderness areas. Ray Ave, an outdoors writer from Fort Collins, will present a slideshow of photos he took during three summers of hiking in the Mount Zirkel and Rawah wilderness areas.
Jan Lomas has seen cards, magnets, vases, pottery and leather disappear from her store. Lomas is just one of several downtown business owners who suffered from shoplifting over the winter, said Tracy Barnett of Main Street Steamboat Springs.
Officials debate downtown's future
Jim Cook remembers Christmas in downtown South Bend, Ind. Lights lined the streets, and the smell of warm donuts permeated the air.
For anyone planning on purchasing a home, an upcoming course could clear up some confusion that often is part of the home-buying process.
Dusty old computers, outdated VCRs and unwanted stereos soon can find new life.
Council to review Howelsen Place proposal next
A project that would include the demolition of the Harbor Hotel was approved by a majority of Steamboat Springs Planning Commission members on Thursday.
Members of the Yampa Valley Housing Authority's board of directors remain unsure about whether to ask voters to provide a dedicated source of funding for affordable housing in the region.
Alan Lanning, Steamboat Springs' new city manager, will make $120,000 a year in addition to benefits, according to a contract approved Tuesday.
The Harbor Hotel redevelopment project tonight will make what is expected to be its final appearance before the Steamboat Springs Planning Commission. However, the City Council must give final approval for the downtown project before construction can begin.
The summer sports organization Triple Crown is one step closer to seeing another year in Steamboat Springs.
Council affirms decision to build community center at transit area
By vote, the Steamboat Springs City Council stands by the Stock Bridge Transit Center area for the new community center site.
Regardless of whether a Northwest Colorado regional sports complex is built, Triple Crown Sports could continue to have a presence in Steamboat Springs through summer 2008.
City could make community center location official
The future site of a new Steamboat Springs community center could be made official tonight.
Burgess Creek site up for public review
Residents will get an initial look Tuesday at the first proposed steps in a major development project at the base of the Steamboat Ski Area.
$5,000 in 'green tag' renewable energy certificates purchased
The city of Steamboat Springs recently purchased renewable energy certificates from wind farms.
A family trip turned into a medical emergency for Jill Altman and her daughter, Belle Mazzola.
Employees asked to ride bicycles or walk to work
Starting this month, the city of Steamboat Springs is encouraging employees to skip driving to work alone and to find another form of transportation.