Program makes home ownership affordable
People who wish to participate in a federal program that will make affordable home ownership in Steamboat Springs a reality must throw their back into it -- literally.
A plan to create affordable housing options in Routt County is still on the drawing board. When -- and if -- taxpayers will give it the go-ahead is still in question.
Tokyo Sting Quartet opens Strings in the Mountains Series
Violinist Martin Beaver is a familiar face at Strings in the Mountains. The Canadian performer has wowed chamber music audiences for several seasons.
Feldmann's story draws from experience as Marine prosecutor
A father longs to leave something behind for his children.
Residents are invited tonight to share their vision of what Steamboat Springs should look like in 10, 20 and 30 years.
Now that the county has settled on a site for its proposed justice center, the real work can begin.
The future of Routt County's past may lie in voters' hands.
The Steamboat Ski Area held steady at more than 1 million skier visits in the 2002-03 season, while other ski resorts in the state posted modest gains.
Several years ago, Blue Wipperfurth imagined a business where customers were more like neighbors stopping by for some chai and a chat.
City, county planning commissions provide their input
The two hours the city of Steamboat Springs and Routt County planning commissions allotted Thursday for their discussion of the Community Area Plan Update were not nearly enough.
Gravel company has concerns to address
Lafarge will ask the Routt County Board of Commissioners to delay a decision on the company's plans for a controversial gravel mine in the south valley.
The organization committed to helping renters become homeowners didn't sugarcoat expectations for its newest endeavor Wednesday night.
Program offers chance to own home
People who wish to participate in a federal program that will make home ownership in Steamboat Springs a reality must throw their back into it -- literally. The Regional Affordable Living Foundation is bringing the Mutual Self-Help Housing Program to the Yampa Valley. The seven families who qualify to participate will build their own homes.
People who opted to pay their property taxes in two installments should take note of a fast-approaching deadline.
Building will sit south of Routt County Jail
The county has settled on a site for its proposed justice center.
A new power line could join existing power lines that run north and west of Emerald Mountain.
Twenty men and women put their heads together last year to tell a story. What they came up with will help preserve Routt County history.
Routt County's elected representatives will have some company next week. County commissioners from around the state arrive Monday to hash out concerns that affect local governments in Colorado.
Two physical therapists head to Washington later this month to support legislation that would improve patients' access to physical therapy.
Tuckered out hikers, bikers and kayakers -- look no further. The Tread of Pioneers Museum offers a respite for the recreation-weary. Northwest Colorado offers a surplus of recreational amenities, but visitors shouldn't pass up its cultural and historical resources.
The options may floor you. There's no short supply of flooring alternatives for the homeowner who wants to invest a little time and money in sprucing up a room or two.
It's the time of year to swap boards for bikes. The change of seasons means some of the best biking trails around are drying out. Steamboat Springs is home to plenty of gearheads. The town's proximity to the Routt National Forest makes it a prime gateway to a memorable afternoon or all-day riding experience.
Luanne Feldmann loves being home. It's where little boys are superheroes, little girls play dress-up and peanut butter and jelly sandwiches are the order of the day.
Bernie Nelson, 21, lost his home and his cat
A 21-year-old Hayden man suffered burns and lost his mobile home in a fire early Friday morning.
BioMax 15 turns wood chips into electricity
It eats trees for lunch, and it's coming to a forest near you.
Rooms estimated to be half-occupied Saturday
Memorial Day weekend traditionally marks the start of summer. In Steamboat Springs, however, this weekend of barbecues, breaking out the baseball gloves and remembering fallen soldiers plays second fiddle to a weekend of singlets, aid stations and finish lines.
Government officials provided a Budgeting 101 lesson Wednesday night, and what they had to say wasn't pretty.
Organizers hope to educate everyone on issues
Leave the stuffed donkeys and "I Dig Dubya" signs at the door. Partisan bickering is not welcome tonight.
3 Steamboat men were accused of helping driver
Charges have been dropped against three Steamboat Springs men suspected of being connected to a hit-and-run that seriously injured a Hayden man last summer.
A Steamboat Springs man pleaded guilty to harassing his former nanny Tuesday.
Norm Townsend rarely steps inside the hockey rink. He can't skate well or check or sink a puck. But he loves to watch the game.
It was a day for the little guys. Pint-size rookies and their hand-built cars headlined a day of racing, riding and roaring past the finish line Saturday.
No one injured in mishap
A fire destroyed a California man's motor home and damaged his car Saturday afternoon on Rabbit Ears Pass.
Original was damaged in March plane crash
Mountain Flight Service dedicated its new air ambulance Saturday, nearly two months after its twin-engine King Air E90 crashed just outside Kremmling.
A young girl was injured when she and her older brother got behind the wheel of their mother's minivan Wednesday afternoon
The to-do list gets longer, but the doers can't keep up. And it's not for lack of trying, either. The 14th Judicial District must stomach a 15 percent cut to its staff this summer, all the while keeping up with the demands of a growing caseload.
A two-vehicle accident at the corner of Fish Creek Falls Road and Amethyst Drive sent a woman and her two children to the hospital Wednesday.
Community members pitch in on annual Day of Caring
Many hands make light work. Dozens of volunteers rolled up their sleeves Wednesday morning to spruce up their community and help out their neighbors.
Committee: It's time to let them do their job
The architectural firm tasked with designing the county's new justice center got the go-ahead Wednesday night to begin putting ideas on paper.
Fred Astaire, you've got four days to find Ginger.
Colorado's budget woes may deal Routt County yet another blow.
Weather alert transmitter depends on donations
Efforts to bring a weather warning system to Routt County this summer could fall short without more donations.
Organizers hope for large turnout
Area youngsters are on the move this weekend.
Some might think it's for the birds -- shivering and straining in the early morning hours for the faintest sound of a swallow.
Several more serious charges dropped, one misdemeanor stands
A single misdemeanor charge of harassment has been filed against a Steamboat Springs man cleared of more severe charges earlier this week.
Questions about what caused last December's plane crash on Rabbit Ears Pass may go unanswered until later this year.
It's finally over. State lawmakers are saying goodbye to their home away from home after spending four-plus months under the Capitol dome. Among them are Routt County's representatives in the Statehouse.
Man was accused of making advances on nanny
A judge on Wednesday dismissed charges against a Steamboat Springs man accused of making sexual advances toward his child's nanny and threatening her if she reported him.
A Steamboat Springs man accused of shooting at two excavation workers last month will have his case heard in District Court.
Denver and Colorado Springs' loss has become Northwest Colorado's gain.