Nominees are being solicited for this year’s businessperson, business and young professional of the year.
More than 200 photos on display at the Sheraton Steamboat Resort served as a solemn reminder of the ultimate sacrifices made by Colorado soldiers.
Colorado State Fire Chiefs along with the Colorado State Firefighters Association earlier this year learned they had received two federal grants worth $3.3 million to address retention and recruitment problems.
Across the United States, fire departments that rely on volunteers and minimally paid firefighters are struggling to fill their ranks. It is no different here in Routt County, and local officials increasingly are growing concerned. They said local staffing levels not only put their firefighters at risk, they also increase response times, putting lives and property at risk.
There were no official winners or losers at Saturday's running race in Steamboat Springs, but there were a lot of tired kids and parents.
U.S. Highway 40 on Rabbit Ears Pass was closed for nearly two hours Friday because of difficulties in removing a semitrailer that had gone off the road.
For the past 41 years, the Hayden couple has been responsible for calling in daily 6 p.m. weather observations to the National Weather Service office in Grand Junction.
It might not look like much right now, but a $25,000 grant is going to allow area students to learn what it takes to turn a beat-up 1953 Chevrolet farm truck into a hot rod.
Business roundup: E3 Steakhouse planned for old Cottonwood Grill space; Blue Sage Pizza plans dual locations
There’s also a buzz this week about the LaRoche brothers’ plans for a new signature restaurant in downtown Steamboat: E3 Steakhouse, which is planned for the former Cottonwood Grill building, 701 Yampa St.
A dog and its owner were not injured after being involved in a crash Thursday morning in South Routt County.
An employee who had just completed his first two-hour shift at a new job is suspected of illegally going back into the gas station when it was closed and stealing $85 from two donation boxes.
This is the slow season, but there still is a lot to see and do during a behind-the-scenes tour at Yampa Valley Regional Airport.
After a joint investigation by the Routt County Sheriff’s Office and the Steamboat Springs Police Department, a 23-year-old Steamboat man was arrested after officials say he broke into at least one car and spent nearly $900 with a stolen credit card.
The Steamboat Springs-based merino wool sock and apparel company has a design office in Boulder, where areas received 16.9 inches of rain in the five-day period of Sept. 8 to 12.
A team of six Routt County Search and Rescue volunteers rode about 10 miles into the woods Monday evening to rescue an injured hunter.
Police are urging people to lock their cars after nine were broken into Friday in the Steamboat Springs area.
Some Steamboat Springs residents — including students Meghan and Penn Lukens and landlord John Aragon — were in Boulder this week dealing with the impacts of the more than 14 inches of rain that has fallen on the town since Monday.
If the weather cooperates this weekend, Hayden resident Corey Hunter plans to begin work on overhauling the Hayden Speedway.
The former Steamboat Springs resident accused of faking cancer and stealing thousands of dollars in charitable contributions has committed suicide, according to a former friend.
The Family Fun Festival and silent auction fundraiser is from 1 to 6 p.m. Sunday at Howelsen Hill. Proceeds from the event benefit Scott Blair and Izaac Kinnison.
Police say the Steamboat Springs man they arrested Tuesday morning broke into a downtown bar and then passed out in the basement office.
A Hayden teacher who raised $1.6 million so he could better teach his students was named Educator of the Year on Saturday night by Peabody Energy.
As framing wraps up on the 15,382-square-foot expansion for Holy Name Catholic Church, it is a little bit easier for the Steamboat Springs community to realize what kind of space the church thinks it can grow into.
A 21-year-old Steamboat Springs man who police said approached several underage teenage girls and asked them for sex in exchange for money will have to register as a sex offender for five years.
With the demand for services on the rise, Integrated Community is holding a fundraiser Saturday to raise awareness about the organization and to celebrate the different cultures that call the Yampa Valley home.
The Routt County District Attorney’s Office has filed formal assault charges against a Denver man after an incident Sunday night at a downtown Steamboat Springs bar.
Still an officer down, the town of Hayden plans to enlist the help of the Routt County Sheriff's Office. The Hayden Town Council is expected to formalize an agreement with the Sheriff's Office during a meeting Thursday.
It took emergency responders 2 1/2 hours to get the driver and passenger out of the semi.
U.S. Highway 40 was closed for about two hours Friday about 14 miles west of Kremmling after a semitrailer took a corner too fast and rolled.
It still is too early for Kevin Fisher to give any high-fives, but the Steamboat Springs marijuana advocate was encouraged Thursday by a U.S. Department of Justice memo stating that the feds would not clamp down on recreational marijuana use in states where it has been legalized.
After an unsuccessful ballot initiative in November 2011, the West Routt Fire Protection District is going back to voters to ask for a mill levy increase of 1.5 mills.
The Routt County woman accused of killing her 9-year-old son before attempting suicide has made significant progress in recovering from her injuries, prosecutors say.
The Routt County Sheriff’s Office thinks fireworks started the Aug. 17 wildfire in Hayden that burned 1,225 acres.
Police said a 31-year-old man who crashed his bike into a car on South Lincoln Avenue early Tuesday evening was drunk.
The publishers of Colorado Hunter, a hunting guide for Northwest Colorado, are warning advertisers that someone is attempting to fraudulently sell advertising for the magazine.
With it now clearly illegal for pedestrians to cross Lincoln Avenue at Sixth Street, organizers of the Mainstreet Farmers Market might consider finding a new home for the summertime event.
Steamboat Springs police think two spectators who had their backs to the race caused the crash that took down several USA Pro Challenge cyclists Wednesday.
A steady stream of cyclists chose to avoid the crowds and took the USA Pro Challenge party to Rabbit Ears Pass on Wednesday.
Spectators hunkering down to secure their spot at the finish line will be treated to some unique entertainment before the USA Pro Challenge racers sprint into downtown Wednesday.
Local resources are available for those who feel they are the victim of abuse or for those who know someone who might be in an abusive relationship.
Incidents involving the most horrific form of domestic violence repeatedly have shocked the Routt County community in recent years.
A fire that started along the side of a road near Hayden blew up and burned an estimated 800 acres of grass and shrubs before being brought under control Saturday evening.
There were 27 Hayden players that walked away with an autograph from quarterback Peyton Manning after he took his pads off and walked to the sideline.
The Steamboat Springs community this week is mourning the loss of Cory Kenneth Ferrier, a 10-year-old boy who was killed in an all-terrain vehicle accident Monday near Silverton.
An autopsy performed Thursday showed that David Lundy, 73, of Bettendorf, Iowa, died of a heart attack while tubing the Yampa River on Tuesday.
The ordinance would ban the retail sale, cultivation facilities and marijuana product manufacturing facilities.
Routt County Coroner Rob Ryg on Wednesday released the name of the man who died Tuesday while tubing the Yampa River.
An autopsy will be done Wednesday to determine how an Iowa man died Tuesday while tubing the Yampa River. It is suspected the man suffered from a medical problem.
In exchange for resigning, the fire district is paying North Routt Fire Protection Chief Bob Reilley $22,378.13, which is what he would have earned in 4 1/2 months.
Shackled and wearing jail-issued clothing, David Torroni, a snowboarder who one year ago was an Olympic hopeful training with the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club, pleaded for leniency Friday after making the biggest mistake of his life.