Airline carriers that use Yampa Valley Regional Airport can expect to pay for heightened security, according to county officials.
5,911-acre spread south of Hayden listed for $16 million
Lou Wyman doesn't sound like a man who's going to miss the ranch that's been in his family for 83 years.
Lately, folks stopping into the Art Quest shop on Lincoln Avenue sound as if they're going to a funeral, instead of a sale.
Rock, Rattle and Stroll finds niche with infant, baby and maternity items
Single mother Bethany DeBlasis wasn't satisfied with the options she found in Steamboat Springs for baby and toddler items.
Driving down one of Routt County's country roads near Hayden, what looks like a gray bomb shelter rises out of the earth.
Series of meeting to focus on rural issues
Keeping growth out of rural Routt County will be one of the big issues addressed next week as county officials meet with the public on updating the county's master plan and zoning regulations. County commissioners and planning staff may only be talking to each other instead of the public, though. Only one resident showed up at the last master plan meeting in Steamboat Springs. Five residents showed up at a Hayden meeting.
Earthlink acquires former Colorado Mountain Network
Mergers, buyouts and bankruptcy have several thousand Internet customers in the Steamboat Springs area frustrated with their service.
Oak Creek's Little Friends Day Care and Preschool, which was forced to abruptly close July 27 because of financial problems, will be back in operation Sep. 10, the first day of public school.
City, council officials clash over whether initiatives should be linked
City and county officials continue to debate early childhood education tax initiatives that will appear on the November ballot. The city has agreed to put a sales-tax question on the ballot that could raise about $1.5 million if approved by voters. The county agreed to put a property-tax increase on the ballot that would raise $600,000.
A year ago, Routt County put its jail expansion out to bid, but nobody wanted the job. Although County Property Manager Tim Winter sent out eight to 10 plans, not one bid came in. He blamed it on the "construction climate" where builders had their pick of lucrative construction projects in a busy resort town.