The Housing Stability Task Force invites the public to Tuesday night town hall at Library Hall.
A former member of the Colorado House of Representatives, Andrew Romanoff now serves as president and CEO of Colorado Mental Health and will be in Steamboat Springs Tuesday as part of “Conversation with Coloradans,” an effort to address the issues surrounding mental health.
Thursday's mountain storm has forced the Denver Broncos to cancel an appearance scheduled for Friday afternoon in Steamboat Springs, and another scheduled for Saturday in Aspen.
The cheerleaders from the Steamboat Allstars gym headed to Florida earlier this month and earned top places at The Summit All Star Cheerleading Championships
A new program being rolled out at the Yampa Valley Medical Center is aimed at reducing the community's exposure to opioids.
Harvard swimmer recalls childhood struggles, attempt to fit in and internal battles as Steamboat Springs High School kicks off diversity week.
Vaccinations may be a part of growing up in the modern world, but the healthcare providers at Northwest Colorado Health stress vaccinations are important for adults, as well.
A cost adjustment means residential customers will be paying about 60 cents more on their bills this year.
Mambo Italiano owners will part with half of the restaurant's sales Friday evening hoping to boost a cause that is near and dear to the restaurant, staff and owners Jeremy MacGray and Hannah Hopkins.
The Salute to the Fans Tour will roll through Steamboat Springs next week with players, cheerleaders and other team representatives offering thanks for years of support.
The Alzheimer’s Association has teamed up locally with Casey's Pond and Routt County Council on Aging to host a legal and financial planning workshop for families in Routt and Moffat counties dealing with the impacts of Alzheimer’s.
The Steamboat Springs Sailors left it all on the field in season finale in Lafayette Friday night playing to a 0-0 tie against Centaurus.
As the Steamboat Storm baseball team prepares to open a new season, organizers are still scrambling to find housing.
Jenny Wall, former owner of the Moose Mountain Trading Company in downtown Steamboat Springs, joined the staff of LiftUp of Routt County bringing her knowledge and energy to the local thrift store that helps fund a number of area support programs.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls lacrosse team collected its 11th win of the season Wednesday capping off one of the Sailors' best seasons ever.
The Steamboat Springs Sailors fell to Eagle Valley in the final home game of the 2017 season, but the seniors say they will remember the game — just not the final score.
Battle Mountain was waiting to welcome the Steamboat Springs High School girls lacrosse team back from Spring Break Monday afternoon, but it may not have been the welcome the Sailors were hoping for, as the Huskies rolled to a 13-7 win.
Steamboat Springs native Jordan Ediger's dream of being a pilot has taken him around the world and to new heights after he was recently promoted to major in the United States Air Force.
Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains is keeping a close eye on the political happenings in Washington D.C., but said fewer federal dollars will not stand in the way of providing reproductive healthcare in Colorado.
Hometown hero Dave Jarrett announced Friday he is stepping down as the U.S. Nordic combined coach after 15 years at the helm. Jarrett, who was an athlete with the team prior to his coaching career, will be opening a speed and agility gym where he lives in Heber City, Utah.
Silver has brought a lot of love to the Bertram family in Hayden and will provide Donna Bertram with a new sense of independence, allowing her to live life to the fullest.
Sheraton Steamboat Resort Villas and Steamboat Ski & Bike Kare join forces to help local youth organizations roll through summer.
Members of the Steamboat Springs High School girls high school tennis team traveled to Grand Junction Thursday, hoping to upset the league-leading Bulldogs, but left the field with a sense of progress they hope will lead to more success this season and next.
The adaptive tennis program is ready to serve up fun and continues to prove that tennis is about a lot more than points, games and matches.
The Sailors jumped out to a huge lead Tuesday, then held on to defeat Summit in thriller. The victory avenges the Sailors' only loss in league play this season and positions the team well as Steamboat heads into the final stretch.
Sailors dominate distance events in Glenwood Springs track meet.
Spring in Steamboat Springs gives some photographers reason to hit the road, but others feel like the transition can provide opportunities for capturing special images.
Longtime Nordic combined supporter Kathi Meyer was looking to create an award that would encourage young skiers to fly further, ski faster and secure a spot in Olympic history,
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Haymaker Golf Course opens its driving range and practice facilities for the summer.
Three Steamboat Springs athletes made the most of a recent trip to Albuquerque, New Mexico, where they collected top finishes at the United States Karate Alliance’s national championships.
After a tough loss to Summit a week ago, members of the Steamboat Springs High School boys lacrosse team got back on the winning track with a 12-3 victory against Glenwood Springs at home.
Crews at the Haymaker golf course are busy preparing for 2017 opening.
Golfers in the Yampa Valley are flocking to the Steamboat Golf Club as it enjoys one of its earliest openings.
Hundreds came out to celebrate longtime Steamboat Springs local Sue White and her accomplishments at the 2017 Special Olympic World Winter Games during a community celebration at Olympian Hall Monday night.
Local lore finds life in Steamboat Springs community
Several stories have stood the test of time in Steamboat Springs some bringing interest to local landmarks, and others that inspire the imagination of children with their lore.
Longtime Horizons employee affirms calling at Special Olympic World Winter Games, as hometown hero Sue White returns home after winning gold medal.
Steamboat native hoping to land a national title after leaving home to pursue hockey dreams.
Good days, bad days and scheduled changes are just part of the sports world in Steamboat Springs in the spring.
The Steamboat Springs High School boys lacrosse team topped league-rival Battle Mountain in a game that turned out to be a little closer, at the end, than the Sailors had hoped.
The annual Cody's Challenge mountaineering race is dedicated to snowboarder, ski patroller who left a lasting impression on the Steamboat Springs community.
The draw of one of the world’s most notorious off-road adventures has been pulling local motorcycle racer Hank Salyer to the desert arroyos of Baja, California, for years.
Inspired by brother's memory, Roberts wins Tuesday GS race in Maine
Steamboat Springs ski racer Hig Roberts had a big day Tuesday as he raced to a national title in the giant slalom.
Lucy Shimek scored her first goal off the opening draw only 11 seconds into Monday's game against Eagle Valley in Vail, helping the Steamboat Springs High School girls lacrosse team get back in the win column with an 11-9 victory over the Devils.
Grand Traverse challenges athletes from across the country and allows Steamboat Springs athletes to shine.
The Gore-Tex Grand Traverse pushed a Steamboat Springs woman to her limits last weekend but didn't stop her from finishing the trek from Crested Butte to Aspen.
Visitors to the Routt County Fair will not have to endure a muddy midway on rainy days thanks to a $350,000 grant from Great Outdoors Colorado.
Two Steamboat hockey players will take their talents to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and play in the 2017 America's Showcase.
With a new head coach in place, the Steamboat Springs football program looks to take the next step by posting the remaining coaching positions.
Steamboat Springs sophomore Delaney Moon scored two goals Tuesday, including an overtime game winner, as the Sailors topped the Battle Mountain Huskies in the home opener.
Steamboat Springs ski racer and longtime local Sue White raced to a gold medal at the 2017 Special Olympic World Winter Games in Austria.