Faith Mendoza is here for the long haul.
Facility will be west of Steamboat
Routt County will build its proposed justice center west of Steamboat Springs. How far west is still up in the air.
Three Steamboat Springs men will be on trial later this month for their suspected connection with a hit-and-run accident that seriously injured a Hayden man last summer.
An 11-year-old boy presided over court proceedings at the Routt County Courthouse on Friday. He took testimony from a blue ox, heard closing arguments from a pint-size prosecutor and entrusted the fate of a man named Paul Bunyan to a jury of fifth-graders.
United Way event gives opportunity to help elderly, disabled, disadvantaged
It's time to care. Routt County United Way is holding its annual Day of Caring the morning of Wednesday, May 14.
Euzoa Bible Church got a little breathing room to continue holding worship services and other church activities at its Strawberry Park location Thursday night.
Give them the cold shoulder. That's how people should respond to telephone solicitors with something to sell, Routt County Sheriff John Warner said.
Officials say public did not back facility
Members and supporters of he Hayden High School track team will appear before the Hayden Town Board tonight to seek a new track facility.
Victim was leaving Shadow Run
Police are looking for five men who reportedly attacked and robbed a Steamboat Springs man late Monday night.
U.S. Rep. Scott McInnis hopes his colleagues in Congress don't let another opportunity to improve the sad state of the nation's forests pass them by.
Only Sheriff's Office can issue permits
The criteria for deciding who gets to carry a gun in Colorado is changing. However, Routt County firearm enthusiasts may not notice the changes as much as people in other counties.
Authorities will decide later this week whether they will pursue charges against two people suspected in a burglary at a local clothing store last month.
Expert can recommend follow-up treatment
An autism expert is coming to Steamboat Springs this weekend, the last weekend in National Autism Awareness Month.
Will the next Pavarotti please stand up.
A 28-year-old Steamboat Springs woman who told police she thought someone slipped a date-rape drug into her drink the night before she found stolen clothing in her house was not drugged, police said Friday.
TSA says security devices have reduced lobby space
Routt County is still waiting to hear whether funding is available for an expansion project at the Yampa Valley Regional Airport.
Some unexpected generosity will ensure that Routt County Search and Rescue has the tools for continued success in North-west Colorado.
Winter Sports Club suffered up to $12,000 in damage to facilities, vehicles
Police are still investigating a break-in and vandalism that did more than $10,000 worth of damage to the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club's training facilities and vehicles earlier this week
Fields and forests left bone-dry by drought might have seemed like a distant summer memory when winter showed its face Wednesday.
Board will not hear proposal until July 22
A decision anytime soon on a proposal to mine gravel in the south valley is wishful thinking.
Rains will determine population levels
Last summer's winged nightmare isn't a bad memory yet.
Building will be smaller than originally planned
The building expected to hold the county's new courtrooms and judicial staff will be a smaller a version of what voters rejected last fall, but just how small is in question.
Meeting is public's last chance to comment before decision is made
People who have something to say about a proposed gravel pit in the south valley can say it tonight at Centennial Hall.
Rep. Al White doesn't get funds for tourism, but his boxers are still bulletproof
State Rep. Al White is going places. Every morning he hops aboard his electric scooter and rides five blocks to work. It's an amusing combination of man and machine.
Christ's sacrifice remembered
A small band of committed followers was undeterred by the wind and snow Friday in downtown Steamboat Springs. The courthouse was one of 14 places where the short procession of clergy and parishioners stopped to pray, read and sing.
Police are investigating a two-vehicle accident that sent a woman and her two children to the hospital Thursday afternoon.
It was a simple gesture of support. Rally organizers encouraged people who showed up on the Routt County Courthouse lawn Thursday evening to sign their name in support of President George Bush and U.S. troops in Iraq.
Brides and grooms will have to take their vows elsewhere. The Routt County Planning Commission nixed a proposal to host weddings on a ranch nine miles south of Steamboat Springs Thursday night.
Architects present sketch of facility
A few dozen people got a vision of what the county's proposed justice center could look like Wednesday night.
Some local parishioners are wondering why vandals have targeted their church.
Woman wants to host weddings, seminars on property
The Routt County Planning Commission will consider tonight granting a woman's request to share her back yard with brides, professionals and leisure-seekers.
Eight local businesses were broken into last summer
A Longmont man pleaded guilty Monday to burglary for his part in a string of local burglaries last summer.
Introductions are in order tonight.
Marmon accused of firing at river-improvement project workers
A Steamboat Springs man ordered to stay away from his trailer after he reportedly shot at two men excavating rock on the Yampa River can return home.
They're coming. Signs of the big-eyed bugs everyone loves to hate could pop up in Routt County as early as next month, Routt County Cooperative Extension Office Dire
A Steamboat Springs man ordered to stay away from his trailer after he reportedly shot at two men excavating rock on the Yampa River can return home. At a court appearance Monday, Routt County Judge James Garrecht allowed Russell Dean Marmon, 45, to return to his mobile home at 20 Dream Island Plaza.
A day in the life of Steamboat's Republican senator
The phone never stops ringing. The lobbyists have questions, and the people back home want answers. Their inquiries, hurriedly scribbled on pink slips and yellow Post-it notes, add to the clutter of an already crowded desk.
Spring brings the yearn to burn. Local, state and federal fire officials are aware warmer temperatures and longer days give residents more reason to build fires in their backyards and fields.
City officials are investigating the cause of a fire that damaged a home in the Tree Haus subdivision Thursday morning.
Company has opportunity to refute claims made last week
The company that wants to bring a gravel pit to the south valley has one last opportunity to plead its case to the Routt County Planning Commission.
Program aims to build relationships
A planning tool developed to preserve open space and satisfy development demands in rural Routt County is paying off.
'Pepper' served eight years on county rescue squad
One veteran of Routt County Search and Rescue doesn't have much to say about her time with the volunteer organization. She prefers to keep her nose to the ground and let her tail do the talking.
People holding their breath to hear what the Routt County Planning Commission has to say about a proposed gravel pit in the south valley will have to wait until next week.
Two women were injured in a crash that occurred around 8:30 a.m. Thursday on Colorado Highway 131 just south of the intersection with County Road 179.
A Steamboat Springs man reported to be upset with a river excavation project behind his home shot at two men working on the project Thursday morning, police said. Russell Dean Marmon, 45, was arrested on suspicion of firing two shots outside his home at 20 Dream Island Plaza around 11:15 a.m. Steamboat Springs police said Marmon appeared to be intoxicated.
Man accused of shooting at excavating crew
A Steamboat Springs man accused of shooting at two men excavating rock on the Yampa River was ordered Friday to stay away from the workers.
With fingerprints, personal items and other evidence collected, investigators are closer to solving a February break-in at Rendezvous Saddle. Approximately $10,000 was stolen from a restaurant safe.
Commissioners will be presented with proposal tonight
Come early. Stay late. Lafarge's request to mine gravel south of Steamboat Springs is sure to draw a crowd to Centennial Hall tonight.