Michael Schrantz is the online editor and South Routt reporter for the Steamboat Pilot & Today. Before coming to Steamboat, he worked at the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner in Fairbanks, Alaska. Michael has degrees in journalism and political science from the University of Missouri – Columbia.
Oak Creek is sponsoring a program to make sure youths who might’ve been without plans have a place to go this summer.
A road vacation, two resolutions and three ordinances easily passed during Thursday night’s Oak Creek Town Board meeting.
It’s unclear how much additional financing EAGLE-Net will need and whether the rural communities that were supposed to be the targets of expanded broadband access ever reap the promised benefits.
The Oak Creek Town Board is moving its meetings back to the summer schedule of starting at 7 p.m. just in time for one of its heavier recent agendas.
A CenturyLink high-speed Internet outage Tuesday morning left some in Colorado without Internet access for more than eight hours, according to Western Slope Public Relations Manager Randy Krause.
Thunderstorms and showers headline the forecast for Steamboat Springs this week.
In the space between sensing something has happened and our reaction, there’s an opportunity, said Kathy Ziola, a certified nonviolent communication trainer.
A group of Steamboat Springs Middle School students spent an extra day in Costa Rica after a bird derailed the students' flight plans.
A group of Routt County property owners who’ve been affected by recent legislation changing the way agricultural land is defined for tax purposes is taking its fight to the state level.
Yampa Valley Data Partners’ new economic analyst wrote about the future of the region’s energy production in the organization’s April newsletter.