Snowfall at the Steamboat Ski Area rebounded in February with 57.75 inches of snow recorded during the month at mid-mountain.
A Steamboat Springs visitor was arrested on suspicion of DUI after he accidentally took someone else's car and got into an accident.
As 15-year-old Carson Hilliker eyed the moguls from the top of Surprise, instructor Greg Dalsis warned it would be a challenging ski run. Carson, who is in remission and in August will be cancer-free for two years, did not hesitate and dropped in.
The rules are changing for those who venture into the woods to hunt for antlers.
Those who plan on parking a car in Ski Time Square should be aware of new parking rules that have gone into effect.
The woman, who was attacked by a moose Sunday in Steamboat Springs, was released from the hospital Monday.
The Routt County District Attorney's Office has charged two Steamboat Springs men with felonies related to marijuana.
With two suicides in Routt County already in 2015, the leader of a local suicide prevention group is concerned.
Officials say the new location for Routt County’s detox facility is working out well.
Power went out to about 500 customers in Steamboat Springs Thursday morning.
Sunny skies will continue through tomorrow before a promising storm moves into the region.
Coal is big business in Northwest Colorado, according to a new report prepared for economic developers in Routt, Moffat and Rio Blanco counties.
Friends of the Steamboat Springs woman who was seriously injured in a car accident Jan. 6 are holding a benefit Saturday.
A storm moving into the area Saturday night is not looking as promising as it once was, but some snow is expected through Monday to help freshen up conditions at Steamboat Ski Area.
Police and a local accountant are urging people to be cautious this tax season to keep from becoming the victim of a scam.
Steamboat Springs visitors Erica Fischer and John Ihrig sat on the deck of their vacation rental condo taking turns slowly inhaling marijuana vapor from a plastic bag. Loaded in their vaporizer is a strain of weed called StarDawg. “You’re going to be so stoned,” Fischer said to Ihrig. Ihrig exhaled. “That’s why it’s there,” he said.
Q: What do you think the impact has been on Steamboat Ski Area? A: Despite significant news and conversation leading up to legalization in Colorado, along with a number of other states implementing similar laws, overall, the resort has experienced minimal effects from the new law.
A 40-year-old man who was arrested Monday on suspicion of making unwanted sexual advances toward a woman told police he did it because he was “horny.”
A Steamboat Springs youth was honored this week at the Colorado State Capitol for the work he has done giving back to the community.
Coal production at Routt County’s Twentymile Mine decreased again in 2014, along with the number of employees.
A 64-year-old Steamboat Springs man involved in a head-on collision Thursday morning suffered serious injuries that were not thought to be life threatening.
After 40 years, Paul Yonekawa and Bob Brassell were not about to let this kooky tradition die.
Bike race offers thrills and spills
Over the years, a few dozen local cyclists have perfected the art of riding the Poma lift at Howelsen Hill with a bike in tow.
A judge has refused to reconsider her decision to dismiss a lawsuit filed by a disgruntled former member of the Rotary Club of Steamboat Springs.
Hayden Superintendent Trudy Vader returned to work Tuesday and will be on probation for the remainder of her contract, which is up for renewal June 30.
For the third year in a row, Routt County's Twentymile Mine is being recognized for its safety record.
It’s sadly official. The Steamboat Ski Area had the worst January in terms of snowfall.
City officials are confident they will be able to find enough snow to pack Lincoln Avenue for next weekend’s Steamboat Springs Winter Carnival street events.
A former long-time Steamboat Springs resident faces charges in Arapahoe County related to child sex abuse of a girl.
Trudy Vader, the Hayden School District superintendent charged with a DUI, was put on administrative leave with pay Friday.
Hope is dying that January 2015 will be spared the reputation of being the driest January in the history of the Steamboat Ski Area, with records going back to 1979.
Upgrades will be done at the Routt County Jail, but it is going to cost more than expected.
Hayden School District superintendent Trudy Vader was arrested Tuesday night on suspicion of DUI.
Snow totals this week will determine whether Steamboat Ski Area experiences its driest January on record.
To create a better learning environment, Hayden Valley Elementary School teachers on Friday were learning how to cope with stress.
Trial dates have been set for the fifth-generation Routt County rancher accused of shooting two bulls in the testicles, killing one of them.
Charges have been filed against a 44-year-old Steamboat Springs man who police believe was stalking a woman.
Steamboat Ski Area needs to get 6.5 inches of snow in the next 11 days if it wants to just tie the single worst January in the resort's history of record keeping going back to 1979.
After a cyber attack, Routt County has learned a big lesson when it comes to credit and debit card fraud.
The Hayden Police Department is investigating a theft that occurred at the Hayden Heritage Museum.
Police feel there may be a common link between what has developed into widespread reports of fraudulent credit card charges.
A 23-year-old Steamboat Springs man was sentenced to 60 days in Routt County Jail Tuesday for firing a bullet through his neighbor's wall while intoxicated.
The council will review the town's monthly finance report and will also consider correcting an issue with right-of-way for an alley at the Lake Village subdivision.
On Saturday, Steamboat Springs residents again proved they will stand behind a good cause.
Lab tests confirm Page Stockdale and Mark Schiebel died from carbon monoxide poisoning, voluntarily-committed suicide.
Police believe a Hayden man was hallucinating and high on methamphetamine when he called police Monday morning to report his home was being burglarized.
After receiving feedback from the public, most Steamboat Springs City Council members now are against requiring residents to buy pricey, bear-resistant trash containers.
The Steamboat Springs woman who was pinned under her car Tuesday morning on the west side of the city was in critical condition late Wednesday afternoon.
Police and witnesses worked together to lift a car off a pinned Steamboat Springs woman Tuesday morning.
From problem bears poaching food from trash cans and sneaking into condominium hot tubs to Steamboat’s first foray into recreational pot sales, 2014 was a year to remember.