In total, 5,880 tons of soil was removed from the area by Custom Environmental Services and disposed of at the Twin Enviro landfill in Milner.
The Hayden Planning Commission on Thursday is expected to decide whether to recommend allowing marijuana grow facilities to the town council.
During a hearing Wednesday, Judge Shelley Hill again expressed her desire to unseal records related to the Ed Zimmerman homicide case.
A piece of Routt County’s coal industry is undergoing a major addition.
Despite the damp weather, people were filling up propane tanks, and campers were rolling into Routt County for Memorial Day weekend.
Bad fuel is suspected of sending numerous cars to local mechanics this week, each one requiring hundreds or even thousands of dollars in repairs.
It is unclear whether a final report will be made public related to the investigation into accusations against Steamboat Springs Police Chief Joel Rae and Deputy Chief Bob DelValle.
Hayden officials Thursday will be updated on the Seneca Hill water tank project and will discuss whether to stop spraying for mosquitos.
A hearing has been scheduled to determine whether documents currently sealed in the Ed Zimmerman homicide case should be unsealed.
A strong majority of Steamboat Springs City Council members are not interested in allowing any more marijuana dispensaries.
Hayden teacher, coach and rancher Ty Zabel wasted no words telling the class of 2015 what lies ahead.
Fundraising websites have been set up for the two couples who were displaced by a fire that destroyed their home Thursday in Steamboat Springs.
Routt County Coroner Rob Ryg still has not yet received a final autopsy report for Steamboat Springs resident Ed Zimmerman, a suspected murder victim whose body was found March 4.
Steamboat Springs leaders on Tuesday will discuss whether the city’s current regulations for marijuana businesses are working.
The Steamboat Springs Police Department charged a Steamboat Springs High School student on suspicion of distributing marijuana after an incident Wednesday.
No one was seriously injured in a fire that destroyed a Steamboat Springs home Thursday.
Thanks to some local kids, mature aspen, cottonwood and dogwood trees should be flourishing in a couple decades at Dry Creek Park in Hayden.
The man convicted of murdering a Steamboat Springs woman in May 2000 has won an appeal and has been granted a new trial, again.
Colorado Division of Wildlife officers chose to euthanize a problem bear that was caught in a trap Monday night in Steamboat Springs.
A couple of newcomers walked away with top finishes Saturday during the Hayden Cog Run.
State Rep. Diane Mitsch Bush visited with constituents Friday evening to chat about laws that were passed and not passed in the past year.
Big changes are envisioned for the Buffalo Pass area, and the U.S. Forest Service is accepting feedback on a plan to build or designate more than 42 miles of trails.
The Hayden Town Council on Thursday will consider imposing a fee on vacant lot owners not currently connected to the town's water system.
The Hayden School District’s new superintendent describes himself as someone who enjoys people, loves kids and is dedicated to education.
A motivated group of Hayden High School students is trying to make a big difference in a war-torn region 6,500 miles away.
Routt County Search and Rescue is looking for dedicated people to join their existing team of 25 volunteers.
The famed 13th Annual Great North Routt Chili Cook Off will be from 1 to 5 p.m. at the Hahn’s Peak Roadhouse on Routt County Road 129 near Steamboat Lake.
Charles J. Douglas was being held on suspicion of felony unlawful manufacturing of marijuana concentrate and reckless endangerment.
After a full day of interviews with three candidates Thursday, the Hayden School Board is moving forward with negotiations for a new superintendent.
The Pinnacle Peak Trail was built using a $15,000 grant from the state. It is about ½ mile long and loops around the scenic peak next to the campgrounds.
A horse sale scheduled for Saturday in Hayden has been cancelled.
For the fourth time in four years, the city of Steamboat Springs is being sued by people who claim excessive force was used by police officers.
Charges have been dropped against Jason T. Leuthold, a Steamboat man who was arrested April 7 on suspicion of felony menacing.
Road Construction season is ramping up, and work will begin Monday to finish up a Lincoln Avenue project.
Jeffrey S. Truslow, 25, and Steven L. Truslow, 29, had warrants out for their arrests and were booked into Routt County Jail Friday.
The Hayden School District has announced its finalists for a new superintendent.
Warm weather has meant cycling season is already underway, and registration has opened for a May 16 charity ride in Hayden.
An investigation is expected to be completed in June related to accusations against Steamboat Springs Police Chief Joel Rae and Deputy Chief Bob DelValle, who are on administrative leave.
An Aspen man was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of charges related to interfering with an investigation by the 14th Judicial District Attorney’s Office.
When Andrew "Hondo" Sanders woke up from a coma, all he could do was blink once for “yes” and twice for “no.”
Boomer, a 16-month-old German Shepherd and Belgian Malinois mix from the Czech Republic, began duty three weeks ago. Already, he is being credited with four heroin arrests.
Cody Greatbatch has been charged with two counts of unlawful distribution of heroin, a Class 3 drug felony. He has also been charged with two counts of distribution within 1,000 feet of a school, a Class 1 drug felony.
The city of Steamboat Springs in February again saw a strong month of sales tax revenues.
With snowpack at levels well below average, local water providers Wednesday announced water restrictions that will go into place May 1.
The Hayden Town Council on Thursday will consider purchasing body cameras to be worn by the town's police officers.
The Steamboat Ski Patrol member who sustained serious injuries in an accident Thursday at Steamboat Ski Area died Tuesday afternoon at Denver Health Medical Center.
A $16.6 million construction project is under way at Yampa Valley Regional Airport.
In light of increasing amounts of bear problems, the Steamboat Springs Police Department is stepping up enforcement related to trash rules.
Steamboat Springs City Manager Deb Hinsvark is no longer overseeing the investigation into allegations against Police Chief Joel Rae and Bob DelValle.
A series of upcoming information sessions aim to teach businesses and consumers how to protect themselves from credit card fraud.