No matter how long you’ve been here, there are certain things you ought to know how to do living in Steamboat. We’re not talking the obvious how to ski or bike, but the more intrinsic things to have in your seasonal arsenal here in Ski Town USA. No masters ourselves, we combed the valley floor for tips from experts to help ease the learning curve.
Brady Worster’s personal story serves as an inspiration to many. “It was a harsh reality to gain 70 pounds during pregnancy, and then gain more after your child was born,” says Worster, who weighed in at 220 pounds in 2008. “I bought a belt that was an XXL, and I didn’t want to be an XXL mom.”
A wanted man shot himself Wednesday night after being contacted by a Routt County Sheriff’s Office deputy.
A 30-year-old Steamboat Springs woman is lucky to be alive after getting into a head-on collision with a semi truck Tuesday evening.
The Routt County Sheriff's Office is investigating a Tuesday morning incident where they think a driver might have been pulled over by a man impersonating a police officer.
The 14th Judicial District Attorney’s Office is continuing its investigation into irregular transactions in the Routt County Treasurer's Office.
A fight at Howelsen Hill early Friday evening sent one teen to the hospital and three others to jail.
A woman is suing after being kicked out of the Rotary Club of Steamboat Springs. The lawsuit was filed Sept. 30 by Leslie Gamel, and she names nine current and former Rotary Club members as the defendants.
A Routt County Jail inmate faces charges related to allegations that he did sexually inappropriate things to another male inmate.
It doesn’t take long to figure what makes Saddleback Ranch such a special place and worthy of being named Best Guest Ranch.
Brady Worster’s personal story serves as an inspiration to many.
At KBCR Big Country Radio, the concept is simple. Give the people what they want.
The awards will be presented at a new time and location this year. An evening cocktail reception with live acoustic music performances will be held Nov. 7 at the Strings Music Pavilion.
The Oak Creek Planning Commission on Wednesday night unanimously recommended a new building be approved that will house a recreational marijuana growing operation.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife Area Wildlife Manager Jim Haskins estimated the bear weighed between 400 and 500 pounds.
A fund has been set up for people who want to contribute to Michael Roberts, the Steamboat Springs man who was seriously injured while hiking in Summit County on Sunday.
Steamboat Springs Police Department officers Monday night were called to check on the welfare of Kevin H. Harris at the Shadow Run Condominiums.
Voters this election season will not find the names of James Garrecht and Shelley Hill on yard signs.
A well-known Steamboat Springs man suffered life-threatening injuries Sunday after falling while hiking Mount Royal in Summit County.
Routt County Search and Rescue volunteers were called three times Monday night to help lost hunters.
The Oak Creek Planning Commission on Wednesday night will consider a proposal for a new building that will house a marijuana cultivation facility.
The 14th Judicial District Commission of Judicial Performance has unanimously recommended that District Court Judge Shelley Hill and Routt County Court Judge James Garrecht be retained.
An arraignment in District Court was postponed for the Steamboat Springs mother who police think left her 3-year-old son at home alone for three days before he died.
Routt County Search and Rescue volunteers scaled steep rocky terrain and trudged through snow and mud to help a hunter on Rabbit Ears Pass during the early morning hours Tuesday.
Voters on Nov. 4 will decide whether to retain Judge Shelley A. Hill for the 14th Judicial District, which encompasses Routt, Moffat and Grand counties, and Routt County Court Judge James Garrecht.
Amendment 67 is a constitutional amendment that if approved by voters will provide a definition for a “person” and a “child” in the Colorado criminal code.
Construction crews on Friday completed their final night of work on U.S. Highway 40 running through Steamboat Springs.
Those needing a bathroom or shower at the Routt County Fairgrounds hit the jackpot when the county was awarded nearly $365,000 in grant money.
The two-vehicle crash involving a large sport utility vehicle and a semi was reported at about 2:30 p.m. near mile marker 153 on U.S. Highway 40 in Grand County. The highway then was closed for nearly five hours. Colorado State Patrol identified the woman who died in the crash as Debra Emal, 61, of Fraser.
Bill Hayden’s persistence paid off. In recent years, the Hayden Town Council member has positioned his name plate upside down during meetings, pledging to not turn it upright until a new water tank was constructed at Yampa Valley Regional Airport.
One of the leading voices for stopping climate change was in Steamboat Springs last week and presented some shocking information about how global warming is on track to drastically change winter recreation.
The saga continues for a Stagecoach couple wanting to construct a new building to house marijuana businesses in Oak Creek.
Leaders of a local foundation that supports cancer causes continue to set ambitious goals.
Wildlife officials have caught and moved three bears that were causing problems near Steamboat Springs High School.
Ski Town U.S.A is going to battle with Ski City USA in federal court.
Same-sex marriage licenses were being issued across Colorado on Tuesday, but as of the end of business hours, no one had applied for one in Routt County.
Court documents show that investigators think a 50-year-old Hayden man was defending himself when he shot a 31-year-old man in the leg Friday night.
A man who was shot in the leg Friday night in Hayden was later arrested on suspicion of third-degree assault.
Next week Walnut Street north of U.S. Highway 40 in Hayden will be undergoing minor repair work. According to the town, Walnut Street will be closed with flaggers posted at Lincoln Avenue to route driver north toward C.R. 80 going up the Cog.
Wildlife officials believe an elk hunter felt threatened when he decided to kill a mountain lion in Routt County.
A 50-year-old former Hayden resident was sentenced Friday to five years in prison for her third conviction related to stealing from an employer.
Economic times are improving nationwide, but officials in Hayden anticipate another decrease in tax revenues for 2015.
The owners of a downtown consignment store that closed Sept. 1 said they are sorry they owe people money, and they are working to return items that were left at the store.
The Hayden Cemetery will be alive with history Saturday when Hayden High School drama students tell the stories of seven people buried there.
Chuck Cerasoli has been promoted to deputy chief at Steamboat Fire Rescue.
The photos that line Jay Muhme's office wall tell the story of a very accomplished, long and adrenaline-packed career.
Two Stagecoach residents will plead with the Oak Creek Town Board on Oct. 9 to let them construct a building to house their marijuana businesses.
The Steamboat Springs Police Department has received multiple complaints related to a downtown consignment store that went out of business.
Wildlife officials say a severed bear head discovered in Steamboat Springs on Thursday morning came from a bear that was legally hunted.
The Town of Yampa is considering new rules that could place restrictions on growing marijuana, which is allowed under the Constitution of the State of Colorado.