At a Steamboat Springs Planning Commission meeting where two permits for retail marijuana stores were recommended unanimously, the biggest issue seemed like it was parking.
After hearing from staff and members of the public, the Routt County Board of Commissioners directed staff to look into creating a process for minor amendments to the boundary and a way to define what is considered minor.
Brisk winds across the Steamboat and Flat Tops area were expected to create shallow, easterly wind slabs, according to the Colorado Avalanche Information Center, but the real danger in the backcountry remains slabs sitting on surface or deep hoar.
At 6 p.m. Thursday, the Oak Creek Town Board will consider a supplemental budget for 2013, three items related to the town’s 2014 budget, an update in the salary schedule, adoption of a capital improvements plan and a snow removal plan, among other items.
Plenty of cross-country skiers Saturday will be enjoying the third year of the partnership between Rossi Ranches and Oak Creek that created a skate ski trail loop on the town's southern edge.
Michael Buckley is the latest addition to RE/MAX Partners in Steamboat Springs, according to a news release.
At a South Routt Medical Center board meeting Monday, members of the public showed up to ask questions and gain more insight into the health of the center’s finances.
Jim Snyder spoke to the attendees of Tuesday's Business Outlook Breakfast about Steamboat Ski Area’s newest projects, such as Four Points Lodge and night skiing, and items that will be happening during the upcoming season.
Enterprise Rent-A-Car is going through the city of Steamboat Springs’ process to establish a new rental location on Downhill Drive in west Steamboat.
City Manager Deb Hinsvark was speaking at the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association’s Business Outlook Breakfast Tuesday about the recent change in the City Council’s composition.
Sensing a void for leaders of Steamboat Springs businesses, Jay O’Hare and Todd Musselman have created Radiate Forum to show it doesn’t have to be lonely at the top.
Oak Creek staff is working toward disposing of a tire pile on town property that was once part of a shooting range.
The town of Oak Creek has launched a new website, www.townofoakcreek.com, for town business and information.
The case stemming from Cooper Larsh’s death at Howelsen Hill in 2011 has reached the oral argument stage at the Colorado Court of Appeals.
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment and a representative from Routt County plan to survey the site of a waste tire complaint in South Routt County.
Michelle and Clay Garner have joined RE/MAX Partners in Steamboat Springs as associate brokers, according to a new release.
Yampa Valley Co-op has been around in some form for eight years, but 2013 marked the start of its campaign to actively court consumers and producers in Northwest Colorado.
Whether because of second helpings of turkey, a lack of enthusiasm or deal hunting’s steady creep into Thanksgiving Day itself, Black Friday in Steamboat Springs lacked some frenzy.
Terry Brown has started TSB Food Consultants to help others who are in the beginning stages of their own specialty food companies.
The Colorado Department of Revenue is reminding residents they are required to pay use tax on purchases for which state sales tax was not charged.
Gross sales volume in October was $54.85 million, making it the second best month of 2013 to date and more than 26 percent higher than the same month last year, according to the report from Land Title Guarantee Co.
Routt County business owners know well the benefits of making sure their stores fill the needs of locals, and they’ve adapted to an environment where online shopping has become increasingly convenient and big box stores in other cities draw Routt County residents.
Chris Paoli, who owns the Alpiner with fellow Colorado Group Realty broker owner Jon Wade, said it was shut down to re-evaluate the options for the 33-room motel that the pair purchased with investors in 2007.
Steamboat Ski Area announced Monday that it will have five lifts, 52 trails and 635 acres of terrain open when the season starts with Scholarship Day on Wednesday, according to a news release.
Economic data can lend some insight into how Routt County residents already are spending their money and identify the areas a buy local campaign might be able to affect.
The push for local shopping this holiday season is a partnership among the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association, Mainstreet Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Mountain Village Partnership and the Steamboat Pilot & Today.
HLCC Construction Co. was one of the recipients of Pinnacol Assurance’s sixth annual Circle of Safety Awards, according to a news release.
A pile of tires along Colorado Highway 131 between Oak Creek and Steamboat Springs has elicited from a South Routt resident complaints that now are working their way back up to the state level.
The air will be full of thanksgiving Thursday night at Library Hall at Bud Werner Memorial Library as the third annual Multifaith Gratitude Celebration will be hosted by Exploring the Sacred.
Friends of Crossan's is dedicated to restoring the historic Yampa grocery store, which is on the National Register of Historic Places. Work on stabilizing the building started Thursday.
Chuck McConnell, who ran for House District 26 in 2012, has stated he will vie to be the GOP’s candidate in the 2014 race. Fellow Routt County Republican Dave Moloney also has declared his candidacy for H.D. 26
The Jimmy John's sandwich shop that has been planned for Central Park Plaza since late summer opened its doors Tuesday.
Two Republicans from Routt County have set their sights on political office with Dave Moloney announcing his intention to run for state House District 26 and Cari Hermacinski filing an affidavit for her intent to run for Routt County Board of Commissioners District 3.
When Sew Steamboat on Lincoln Avenue in downtown Steamboat Springs lost one partner to an illness in the family and the other received a job offer that was too good to pass up, the store that serves as a social hub for all types of people who enjoy creating art with their hands was in jeopardy of closing its doors.
Two men went before the Routt County District Court this week for charges related to selling controlled substances across state lines.
After three years of 15 seats and sometimes lines out the door, Rachel’s Smokin’ Cafe has moved from a small building near Oak Creek town offices to Main Street.
The Steamboat Springs Planning Commission on Thursday chose to postpone considering amendments to the rules governing public notice until a proposed website is ready to review.
United Way’s first $20K day last year was a success, and new Executive Director Kate Nowak continued the event Thursday at City Market.
Two Hayden ballots that were not counted because there was something wrong with them, such as not being signed, will not affect the outcome of the Hayden School Board race nor will they trigger a recount.
The Colorado Mountain College Beekeeping Club and Students for Sustainability are hosting a book sale and movie night Thursday.
On Thursday, when the Oak Creek Town Board switches to its winter meeting time of 6 p.m., Rep. Diane Mitsch Bush, D-Steamboat Springs, will give a presentation about issues for the 2014 session and potential bills.
With only a few weeks to scramble together a commercial campaign for the summer tourism season, a group of videographers were told to head into the wilderness with no script. The crew was given carte blanche to do what it wanted to get its shots.
Not that water hasn’t already been a major issue in the West, but Rep. Diane Mitsch Bush, D-Steamboat Springs, said, 2014 is the year of the Colorado water plan.
Yampa Valley Electric Association has purchased just less than 7 acres of commercial land on Elk River Road.
Terry Brown, previously of Wing-Time sauce company, has formed TSB Food Consultants, according to a news release.
On Monday night, Steamboat's Charles Horton will be featured on "Bear Grylls: Escape from Hell," which is making its premiere in front of American viewers.
Now represented in ski towns in California, Utah, Colorado, Montana and British Columbia, Black Tie’s decision to start licensing its brand has proved successful for the Steamboat company and its individual owners.
Becky Sharp was promoted to mortgage lender at Yampa Valley Bank this month. She has held multiple other positions at Yampa Valley Bank since 2009.
Shell isn’t alone among energy companies looking for surer bets amid falling prices and a more difficult production climate.
Speculation has run wild in the past two weeks, owner Fritz Aurin said, but the restaurant is undergoing some renovations and will be open by ski season.