The Routt County Sheriff's Office on Friday continued to investigate the accidental shooting of 3-year-old Gavin Stiles, son of Steamboat Springs Police Department Officer Michael Stiles and Joni Stiles.
Now fully staffed, the Steamboat Springs Police Department has been able to assign a school resource officer for the upcoming school year.
Hard work has payed off for Steamboat Springs native Josh Carrell. "I realized Steamboat was a real special place to grow up in and how lucky I was to have that as a youth," Carrell says. "I wanted to make that opportunity available to others."
Twelve years ago, Nate Bird found himself on the ground floor of what would become one of the most successful energy food companies in the United States. Today, the 37-year-old oversees eight people at Honey Stinger, where he is the sales manager for the sports and outdoors division, while still finding the time to give back to his beloved Steamboat community.
The 3-year-old child of a Steamboat Springs Police Department officer was killed after a gun accidentally discharged Thursday morning.
Local police and domestic violence advocates are hoping a new tool will help them detect whether a victim's life is at risk.
A zipline, live music, cornhole, disc golf and fun runs for adults and kids are among the events at this year’s third annual Hayden Daze.
A Steamboat Springs man faces a felony after being arrested on suspicion of a DUI-related charge for the fourth time.
Traditional rugby tournament supplies plenty of entertainment
Despite losses for the men and the women, there was no shortage of entertainment during Saturday’s Cowpie Classic rugby tournament at Ski Town Fields.
District Attorney Brett Barkey has decided not to prosecute a whistleblower, whose community letter led to resignations and new leadership at the Steamboat Springs Police Department.
Emerald Mountain users can expect to encounter trail closures beginning Monday as the city embarks on a summer-long project to remove hazardous trees.
The Hayden Town Council on Thursday night gave the green light to the town’s first marijuana-growing facility.
The thought of navigating 50 miles of some of Routt County’s narliest dirt roads on a road bike can be a little daunting to those used to cruising on smooth pavement.
Local trash haulers are stocked up with bear-resistant trash cans. Now, they are hoping customers will buy or rent them.
The large plume of smoke alarmed some people last week, but officials say the Beaver Creek Fire burning over the Continental Divide does not threaten recreation areas typically accessed from the Steamboat Springs area.
The former executive director of the Colorado Department of Natural Resources has pleaded guilty to a hunting-related misdemeanor in Routt County.
After 37 years, Jim Haskins has earned the reputation of being a loyal state employee who is eager to do the right thing with a fire in his belly.
The incumbents have prevailed in the Yampa Valley Electric Association board of directors election.
Work has been completed to repair vandalism at the new trailhead parking area on the back of Emerald Mountain.
Two men suspected of causing between $80,000 and $100,000 worth of damage at an Emerald Mountain trailhead in September have pleaded guilty to criminal mischief.
The Fourth of July Steamboat Springs fireworks show is a go, Steamboat Springs Fire Chief Mel Stewart proclaimed Wednesday.
Philanthropy does not go unnoticed in Routt County, and for the 19th year, the Yampa Valley Community Foundation honored a handful of individuals who put their community first.
Beaver Creek Fire continues to push east
Chief Mel Stewart said firefighters Julie Wernig and Matt Mathison have been assigned to protect structures and are scheduled to return to Steamboat on Sunday. They join the 150 people that are working the fire.
Routt County Search and Rescue volunteers helped rescue a woman with a broken ankle on the Fish Creek trail Wednesday afternoon.
The North Routt Fire Protection District is inviting community members to an open house to check out the fire department's new engine.
The status of 30 privately-owned cabins and other structures along Forest Service Road 600 was unknown Wednesday. The structures had been evacuated, and firefighters were going to check for damage Wednesday.
A fire in the Routt National Forest near the Wyoming border grew to 3,800 acres Tuesday.
Police believe a Steamboat Springs High School teacher suspected of stealing a $75,000 piece of construction equipment also burglarized two businesses and stole another piece of construction equipment.
A congregation of 150 Moots bicycle owners and other cycling enthusiasts explored Routt County’s less-traveled roads and agricultural heritage Saturday.
Police believe the woman who caused a three-car crash Friday was under the influence of alcohol.
Those wanting to escape the crowds this weekend have more options to explore in the Routt National Forest.
A Steamboat Springs High School teacher who was arrested Thursday denies stealing a $75,000 backhoe that was reported stolen Wednesday.
A Routt County man faces six felony charges after stolen items were sold to a Steamboat Springs pawn shop.
A Hayden landowner has approached the town about building a new hotel, restaurant and bar on a vacant lot downtown.
A former Old Town Hot Springs bookkeeper faces felony theft charges after the Steamboat Springs non-profit reported more than $27,000 had been stolen.
A ton of horsepower will be roaring down Rabbit Ears Pass and into Steamboat Springs for the 28th annual Rocky Mountain Mustang Roundup.
No one was injured early Friday morning when a fire completely destroyed a $100,000 cabin near Thorpe Mountain.
In March 2009, a judge signed off on an arrest warrant for Daniel Marcus Williams, 36. The three felony charges were theft, theft by receiving and unauthorized use of a financial device.
Steamboat Ridge Townhomes homeowners association President Brian Harvey said they knew they had a problem.
North Routt Fire Protection Chief Mike Swinsick is trying to find a new home for the department’s hand-me-down 1972 engine.
Family members trembled, cried and expressed anger Wednesday as they confronted Lucas Johnson, who was sentenced to 34 years in prison for brutally murdering Edward Zimmerman.
With the hire, department now fully staffed
With the hiring of Annette Dopplick, the Steamboat Springs Police Department is fully staffed for the first time in a long time.
Sunglasses and sun-shading umbrellas were the preferred accessories during Saturday's Steamboat Springs High School graduation ceremony.
A series of upcoming free legal clinics will offer an opportunity for people to receive advice that they might not otherwise be able to afford.
Resident Rodney McGowen is moving forward with plans to build a marijuana cultivation business in Hayden.
Wildlife officials believe a black bear is breaking into Steamboat Springs cars, prompting a warning to residents to lock their doors and keep their windows closed.
The man accused of robbing and murdering a Steamboat Springs man for his marijuana plants pleaded guilty to second-degree murder Thursday.
Investigators think a man was trying to take his own life when he blew up the RV he was living in at Eagle Soaring RV Park west of Steamboat Springs.
A Steamboat Springs woman accused of embezzling thousands of dollars from her employer is serving a 90-day sentence at the Routt County Jail.
Progress has been made to produce more renewable energy locally, but some believe more can be done.