Hayden Valley Elementary School students got a healthy jump on the weekend by breaking a sweat and cutting a rug during a school assembly Friday afternoon.
During a colorful discussion at a Hayden Town Council meeting Thursday night, marijuana was considered a potential tax revenue source at one point and was called poison a few minutes later.
A deal has been struck with the Livestrong foundation that will allow more money raised during the Ski 4 Yellow event to stay here locally.
The town of Hayden is the latest community in Northwest Colorado to consider putting in place emergency rules related to recreational marijuana use.
Oak Creek Fire Protection District Chief Chuck Wisecup used some sweet ingenuity to rescue a dog from the roof of a home Tuesday.
Former state Sen. Jack Taylor is expected to return home to Steamboat Springs late next week after spending nearly a month at Swedish Medical Center in Englewood.
The Colorado Mountain College board of trustees last week released documentation that indicates former President Stan Jensen and the college are not supposed to speak publicly about why Jensen was paid $500,000 to part ways with the college.
In the midst of a divorce and a stack of criminal cases, Chris Ward on Wednesday closed his Aloha's medical marijuana center in Milner.
There was significant damage, but no one was injured when a house caught fire early Friday in Steamboat Springs.
Steamboat Ski Area recently has seen a rash of incidents where skiers have gone into the backcountry and needed to be rescued. A ski area spokesperson said Thursday that ski patrollers had been on rescues five days during the past week.
It is thought as many as 21 skiers needed help getting out of the backcountry after going out of bounds at Steamboat Ski Area late Wednesday afternoon.
For 31-year-old Lesley Chambers, last fall's diagnosis came as a complete shock. But with support from friends and her employer — and an indoor cornhole tournament fundraiser scheduled for this weekend — Chambers is looking forward to the next phase of her battle against the disease.
While the East Coast was digging out from a massive blizzard Saturday, the Steamboat Springs Public Works Department was trucking in snow to pack down on Lincoln Avenue for the Winter Carnival street events.
An emergency assembly at Hayden High School this week resulted in a big surprise for one of its teachers: Vocational education instructor Kevin Kleckler was recognized through Peabody Energy’s Leaders in Education program.
The Hayden School Board heard positive feedback this week about possibly changing the way School Board members are elected.
A plane made an emergency landing at Yampa Valley Regional Airport on Thursday a day after a plane ran out of gas after landing at the airport.
Routt County Search and Rescue volunteers were safely able to rescue three skiers who got stuck in the Fish Creek drainage Wednesday afternoon.
An annual forest health survey released Wednesday shows the mountain pine beetle is on the retreat in Colorado, but the spruce beetle is gaining ground in parts of the state.
The Hayden Town Council on Thursday is expected to welcome and swear in the town's newest police officer.
2:10 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers contacted a person who was about to urinate in the first block of Sixth Street. A written warning was issued.
Marsha Daughenbaugh will be the 25th recipient of the award that is given annually by Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp. to a woman who has achieved a standard of excellence in her field through the pursuit of personal goals.
The former manager of a Steamboat Springs entertainment venue faces a felony charge after being accused of taking control of domain names owned by her former employer.
To celebrate the 100th Winter Carnival, nearly every part of this year’s Night Extravaganza has received an upgrade, including the fireworks show.
Local coffee shop owners are trying to make their new Bud Werner Memorial Library location work one cupcake and cup of coffee at a time.
The Steamboat Springs City Council on Tuesday will consider an emergency ordinance that for the next 90 days would keep private marijuana clubs from opening in Steamboat.
BAP, Big Agnes and Honey Stinger are not the only ones who want to buy the downtown public safety building. A second offer has been submitted to the city by a developer who envisions redeveloping the property.
A car crash Saturday morning on U.S. Highway 40 between Steamboat Springs and Hayden still is under investigation by the Colorado State Patrol this week.
Sara Craig-Scheckman learned at a young age she had a knack for making a difference, and in 2005 she helped found the Craig-Scheckman Family Foundation, which recently surpassed $1 million in contributions to community organizations.
The Hayden Town Board on Thursday will hold a special meeting to pick a health insurance carrier for town employees.
A group of Colorado Mountain College students is preparing to travel to Cuba on a trip that was forbidden just a couple years ago.
After a poor guest experience at a downtown budget motel, a disabled U.S. Army veteran who thinks he was discriminated against plans to file a complaint with the U.S. Department of Justice.
A group of Steamboat Springs elementary school teachers were given a new set of tools Saturday that hopefully will make their students perform better in the classroom and in life.
The Colorado State Patrol on Saturday afternoon still was trying to piece together how four cars crashed in the morning on U.S. Highway 40 between Steamboat Springs and Hayden.
Hayden School District officials are considering asking voters to change the way Hayden School Board members are elected.
Routt County has not been immune from a flu season that nationwide is shaping up to be worse than average.
A preliminary hearing has been scheduled for a man accused of vehicular homicide related to a suspected DUI crash in October that killed the passenger in South Routt County.
A preliminary hearing has been rescheduled for the man accused of firing a gun toward three people June 9 outside a downtown Steamboat Springs bar.
Steamboat Springs likely fared better than other Colorado ski resorts during the first part of the season, according to local lodging executives.
A Steamboat Springs dietician offers a few tips for those holding on to a New year’s resolution geared toward fitness, and the Old Town Hot Springs is providing an extra shot of motivation.
John Papierski is not exactly the image that comes to mind when one thinks of a coal miner.
Most never will go 1,500 feet underground and tour Colorado’s most productive coal mine, located just 15 miles southwest of Steamboat Springs. For that matter, most of the 20,000-plus people who call Routt County home probably give little thought to the mine or its local significance.
Steamboat Springs resident Adam Patterson hadn’t planned on being an eighth-generation coal miner.
Jordan Gustafson wasn’t raised to be a miner, but he represents the third generation of his family to be one.
Dennis Bouwens had planned on being an architectural engineer but ended up spending his career as a miner. At the end of his senior year at Basalt High School in 1968, Bouwens needed to save money for school and was working graveyard mining shifts.
The longwall operation at Twentymile Coal Co. removes an average of 22,000 tons of coal from the mine each day. Sections of coal to be mined by the longwall are called panels.
About 50 people packed into the Elk River Guns shop Saturday evening to learn how to effectively voice their opinions to lawmakers as the gun control debate goes forward.
Calorie counters were best to stay away from the base of Steamboat Ski Area on Saturday afternoon as a forklift delivered a birthday cake weighing nearly 700 pounds. It was part of the daylong festivities in Gondola Square to commemorate the resort's 50th anniversary.
The holiday season may be coming to an end, but thousands of visitors will continue to rock the 'Boat through the middle of next week.
An investigation has been completed into why a Priest Creek lift chair with two people on it lost its grip on the cable and slid backward Monday at Steamboat Ski Area.
An investigation is under way to determine what caused a chair on a lift at Steamboat Ski Area to lose its grip and slide backward Monday.