The Steamboat Springs Police Department is advising residents to be careful of who they invite into their homes.
A spike in the number of transients passing through Steamboat Springs can be attributed partly to the Rainbow Family of Living of Light's annual gathering.
The talk was focused on the historic Brooklyn neighborhood and its reputation between 1890 and 1916 as being a red light district.
Steamboat Springs residents also have not been asked whether they want an additional tax placed on recreational marijuana sales.
The Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club learned the hard way that they were not allowed to mountain bike on U.S. Forest Service trails this summer.
Areas in and around the Mount Zirkel Wilderness Area have been closed because of a lightning-caused fire that was discovered Tuesday.
A sentencing hearing has been continued until 11 a.m. Aug. 13 for the Steamboat Springs driver who swerved, hit and killed a German motorcyclist.
A helicopter geared to drop water is coming in to help contain the lightning-caused fire burning in the Mount Zirkel Wilderness Area.
North Routt County residents may see smoke from a wildfire burning in a remote part of the Mount Zirkel Wilderness Area.
There has been activity at the old Staples location this week, but no new tenant has been lined up.
Residents at the Xanadu condos were a bit surprised Thursday when they read a letter asking them to move out by Sunday.
Steamboat Springs weather monitors reported receiving between .48 inches and .18 inches of rain during last night's storm.
The Hayden Recreation Board is again serving up fun this year with the annual Hayden Daze events.
Bear activity is picking up in the Steamboat Springs area, and they were especially mischievous Monday night.
The Steamboat Springs Police Department is still offering free test kits to residents who are interested in making sure their drinks are safe to drink.
The 22-year-old man who was in Routt County Jail with pending cases when his 3-year-old son died was sentenced to 18 months in jail Monday.
The Steamboat Springs man who swerved, hit and killed a German motorcyclist has been found guilty of careless driving resulting in death as well as weaving.
The predators become the prey when fishermen like Craig Preston cast into Stagecoach Reservoir southeast of Steamboat Springs. “I think it’s the big-fish allure,” Preston said. “The chance of catching that monster.” And the big fish are definitely out there. The official state record pike was pulled out of Stagecoach in 2006 by Thornton resident Tim Bone, who was using Powerbait with the intention of catching trout.
Hayden residents were training the next generation of rednecks during the third annual Routt County RedneX Games on Saturday at the Routt County Fairgrounds.
A game camera commonly used by hunters was used to help identify suspects in several break-ins in Hayden.
The Routt County Sheriff’s Office believes a 27-year-old Yampa woman arrested Friday stabbed her husband.
A bench trial was held Thursday for the Steamboat Springs man accused of reckless driving related to the death of a 60-year-old German motorcyclist last summer.
A busy weekend of events is in store for Routt County, but the best redneck viewing will be Saturday at the Routt County Fairgrounds in Hayden.
Unusual winds from the northeast ushered in smoke to the Yampa Valley Tuesday evening.
The North Routt Fire Protection District is hoping for the safe return of a flag that recently was stolen from their fire station in Clark.
It is rare that Cookie Lockhart ever misses a Steamboat Springs July 4 parade, and you will usually find her riding a horse.
Trails at Rita Valentine Park have reopened now that a cow elk and her newborn calve have moved along.
A cow elk that prompted the temporary closing of some Rita Valentine Park trails was still standing her ground Thursday.
No one was hurt Wednesday when a camper and truck caught fire at a parking area near the Stagecoach Reservoir dam.
A fire at a hay field near Hayden quickly was brought under control Thursday by West Routt Fire Protection District firefighters.
What initially was reported as a man attacked by three Rottweilers turned out to not be so serious.
A group of Oak Creek residents Wednesday night learned how the town could benefit from Colorado's ongoing marijuana experiment.
Unless something drastic happens, Routt County Emergency Management Director Bob Struble expects a July 4 holiday season free of fire restrictions.
Cyclists in Steamboat Springs will have two free breakfast options as they bike to work Wednesday.
The Steamboat Rugby Club kicked off its season Saturday with a big win against Breckenridge.
Hayden officials plan to take another look at the rules for signage used by businesses.
Construction on a major water infrastructure project in Hayden is expected to begin in August.
Steamboat Springs resident Butch Bowers was not planning on reinforcing his garage with plywood Thursday morning, but it needed to be done.
While teams are doing a final push to reach their fundraising goals, Relay for Life of Steamboat Springs organizers say there is still an opportunity for anyone in the community to participate.
Because of citizen complaints, Hayden Town Council members Thursday night will take a look at the rules the town has for signage at businesses.
Residents hoping for a hearty tomato crop this summer might want to cover their plants Wednesday night.
The 1965 Ford Mustang Fastback is a car the entire Krauss family can enjoy. Loveland resident Todd Krauss spotted the car in his neighborhood 11 years, made an offer and spent four years restoring it back to its original glory with a fresh coat of rangoon red paint.
A large number of local businesses recently passed alcohol compliance checks done by the state.
A small grass fire near a Steamboat Springs propane company Friday served as a reminder of how conditions are beginning to dry out in the area.
A former Steamboat Springs resident will be sentenced to a minimum of four years in prison after being convicted on drug charges.
The Routt County Sheriff’s Office is warning residents that there has been an uptick in reported phone scams.
Local wildlife officials are concerned about the number of baby animals being picked up by humans, who fear they are sick or have been abandoned.
During a hearing Friday, Judge Michael O’Hara set the trial to begin Sept. 29.
The Routt County Sheriff’s Office this week released audio recordings and more details related to the prank phone call that led SWAT team members to force their way into a home with two unsuspecting residents inside.
It only took 90 minutes of deliberations for a Routt County jury to return guilty verdicts on all charges against John Brothers Jr., the former teacher and pastor accused of molesting a 12-year-old boy.