Michael Schrantz is the online editor as well as the business, real estate 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.
Steamboat’s Sue Birch was given the American Medical Association’s Nathan Davis Award for Outstanding Government Service for her work as the executive director of the Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing.
When held up against the recoveries underway in other mountain communities, Routt County has some catching up to do.
Steamboat Springs Planning Director Tyler Gibbs is in the early stages of planning a housing roundtable or forum for June that will gather local stakeholders and experts from outside Steamboat to address the issue of housing.
Oak Creek is wrapping up the community feedback portion of its work to build a new recreation master plan, but there’s still time to stop by town offices and check out the progress.
The fifth of the newly built duplexes in Rocky Peak Village recently sold for $495,000, according to a news release.
The city of Steamboat Springs has claimed a lot in Barn Village at Steamboat that the original developer of the subdivision put up as collateral for his community housing requirement.
The Routt County Democratic and Republican parties are holding their caucuses Tuesday.
Colorado Department of Natural Resources executive director Mike King's court trial for trespassing lasted just minutes Wednesday afternoon, but it might not be entirely a dead issue.
Zola Windows is close to three years old but has only been headquartered in Steamboat Springs for a matter of months.
The Routt County Regional Building Department saw the valuation of all new construction dip slightly from 2012 to 2013, from $78.8 million to $76.6 million, respectively.