The medical house call is making a resurgence in South Routt County.
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.
Mandated federal budget cuts — also known as the sequester — have the potential to affect the Yampa Valley business community by limiting what ideas have a chance to become businesses.
The owners started a fire in a wood stove Monday and tried to put it out when they heard crackling noises, Oak Creek Fire Protection District Chief Chuck Wisecup said.
South Routt resident Randy Edmond has turned his longtime passion for woodworking into a business with the purchase of a portable sawmill.
Heavy machinery traffic and the lack of ski area employees mitigating danger add to the hazards of skiing Steamboat Ski Area after it has closed.
The snow that continued throughout the day Wednesday served to further bolster the snowpack in the Yampa/White River Basin.
The Routt County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday afternoon heard from Storm Mountain Express in what’s been an ongoing conversation: the equity of transportation services at Yampa Valley Regional Airport.
Few events rival the history and prestige of the Boston Marathon, but event organizers across the world are examining security for upcoming races in the wake of Monday's explosions.
The day after the mountain closed, work started on the new Four Points Lodge, and those thinking about accessing the mountain to take advantage of recent snowfall should be aware of the extra activity at Steamboat Ski Area.
Two explosions rocked the finish of the Boston Marathon on Monday afternoon. According to the race’s website, five Steamboat Springs residents were registered.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory that will stay in effect until Tuesday morning.
To catch a grouse in its mating dance, you have to wake long before the break of dawn and travel to a lek, likely finishing the journey on foot.
U.S. Highway 40 at Rabbit Ears Pass was closed for three hours Friday morning because of three car crashes in less than a quarter mile stemming from poor road conditions.
Routt County Sheriff Garrett Wiggins is not one of the 37 Colorado sheriffs who have signed onto a lawsuit challenging the gun laws recently passed by the state Legislature.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for Steamboat Springs and the surrounding areas from 6 p.m. Monday through Tuesday night.
If hunters decide to boycott Colorado following the passage of gun control bills, it could have significant financial impacts for the businesses and communities that cater to hunters.
Mountain Pine Manufacturing won the business plan competition through Yampa Valley SCORE, Colorado Mountain College and the city of Steamboat Springs at the end of 2012 and with it $2,500.
The Oak Creek Town Board will not meet Thursday evening.
The first day of spring in Steamboat Springs was a snowy one, and the late-March powder dump was just in time for better-than-expected lodging numbers.
In the brick building on Sharp Street in Oak Creek that’s hosted a number of restaurants throughout the years, Circle R Gastropub has made it through its first year only being open three days per week and without a full liquor license.
The lodging tax committee heard presentations Thursday from the final four applicants for the $650,000 to $800,000 generated annually by the 1 percent tax on nightly rentals in Steamboat Springs.
On Wednesday, the lodging tax committee heard presentations from four of the eight final applicants for the 1 percent lodging tax in Steamboat Springs that generates $650,000 to $800,000 annually. The presentations continue from noon to 2 p.m. Thursday at Centennial Hall.
The lodging tax committee will host public hearings on the finalists at noon Wednesday and Thursday in Centennial Hall, representing the last step for the committee in a process that began last summer.
Maureen Ryan, who is involved in a wrongful death lawsuit against the city of Steamboat Springs, again testified before the Colorado General Assembly in support of Senate Bill 23, which would increase the damages limits for governmental immunity cases.
The Oak Creek Town Board will host a joint meeting with the Routt County commissioners at 6 p.m. Thursday.
Mike Weissbluth and Joel Gratz are part of the trend of meteorologists striking out on their own with services designed so that no one has to miss out on a powder day.
Maureen Ryan, the mother of a skier who died on Howelsen Hill in 2011, testified Wednesday before the state Senate Judiciary Committee about a bill that proposes to increase the damages cap for a lawsuit against a government entity.
Parties in South Routt County have formed a coalition focused on recreation, and they’re now looking for input from the community.
By upending the market for free-market homes, the financial crisis and resulting recession also upended the discussion about affordable workforce housing in Routt County. Now, before the next potential housing shortage develops, the community is faced with the opportunity to consider what was learned during the last run-up and what, if anything, should be done to influence how Steamboat Springs and Routt County grow in the future.
It’s been almost 10 years since the Yampa Valley Housing Authority was formed by an intergovernmental agreement between the city of Steamboat Springs and Routt County.
Steamboat Ski Area ranks among the worst five Western resorts for environmental practices in the newest Ski Area Environmental Scorecard. The scorecard is weighted heavily against resort expansion and expects a number of proactive resource efficiency efforts.
The National Weather Service predicts that snow showers could start as early as overnight Tuesday into Wednesday. And Steamboat-based meteorologist Mike Weissbluth predicted Steamboat could receive 6 to 12 inches of snow by Friday morning.
The weather systems moving through the Steamboat Springs area this weekend should be strong enough to add a touch of fresh snow to the 100th Winter Carnival.
The light snow that was falling across Steamboat Springs on Wednesday afternoon really was just a warning shot. The real event is forecast to hit Saturday.
Former state Sen. Jack Taylor had a series of ministrokes Sunday and was taken to Swedish Medical Center in Denver, according to his wife, Geneva.
Typically, the best marrow matches are relatives, but when Amy Minotto first was diagnosed with a rare blood disease, her sister turned out not to be a match. So when she was diagnosed with a second rare blood disorder in November, she went to the registry.
Back in the early days of Routt County, skijoring was the thing to do. Whether behind a horse, sleigh or whatever pet could be wrangled, being pulled on skis beat pushing yourself. But it was a lonely ride. One tow rope pulled only one person on skis. Enter the diamond hitch.
When the snow falling Friday begins to taper off, Steamboat Springs can look ahead to a week of mostly clear skies and moderate temperatures.
Although the Steamboat Springs Transit Yellow Line is running this year, its future still is in flux. A group met Wednesday afternoon to talk about short- and long-term funding solutions for the free bus route.
Brandon Owens is joining the nonprofit organization as an independent contractor and adviser on data projects and products, according to a news release.