When a barn in Bailey burns, Steamboat Springs goes dark. About 13,000 Comcast customers in Steamboat were left without cable TV, Internet access or phone service Friday after a fiber line burned in a fire more than three hours away.
Double Diamonds Bar is open from après ski until 2 a.m. in the line of shops at the base of The Steamboat Grand across from the Gondola Transit Center.
Rep. Diane Mitsch Bush, D-Steamboat Springs, is sponsoring a bill in the Colorado Legislature that would allow statutory cities to pay planning commissioners.
The Colorado Board of Assessment Appeals determined late Friday the property tax question at issue in its recent Storm Mountain Ranch decision is a matter of statewide interest.
It isn’t slated to open until at least March — demolition hasn’t even started yet — but Kim Haggarty and Pat Waters have plans to make Schmiggity’s into a true late-night, live music destination for downtown Steamboat Springs.
New federal mortgage rules that seek to vet borrowers more thoroughly went into effect Friday, but banks and loan originators have been phasing in more stringent requirements on their own ahead of the effective date.
Black Tie Ski Rentals has launched a partnership with Glenwood Springs-based ski manufacturer Meier Skis, according to a news release.
On Jan. 29, Cookie Lockhart will have her day on the History Channel’s “American Pickers,” and members of the Steamboat Springs Film Committee will celebrate her appearance with a watch party at the Chief Theater along with another victory in getting exposure for the Yampa Valley.
The Steamboat Springs rental market can be notoriously hard to get into at certain times of year, and recent trends could be making it even tighter.
The main entry drive to the Sheraton Steamboat Resort still is under construction, but guests now can access the front of the hotel.
What Routt County thinks is inequitable is what the state Board of Assessment Appeals recently determined was the value of the land underneath Storm Mountain Ranch homes: $60,000.
On Monday night, the South Routt Medical Center board and members of the advisory committee discussed a letter from First National Bank of the Rockies agreeing to a $200,000 line of credit with a term of six months, using the center’s building at 300 S. Main St. as security.
The town that boasts more winter Olympians than anywhere else in North America will gather Jan. 25 to send off the latest group headed to Sochi, Russia, and to honor the club that has launched many of their careers.
Mike Brown has been named as the regional president of Alpine Bank for the Vail Valley/Steamboat Springs region, according to a news release.
“Still slow and still steady is probably the direction that we’re going,” said Doug Labor, of Buyer’s Resource Real Estate of Steamboat.
Starting Katina’s Wee Care Center out of her home in downtown Steamboat allows Katina Kline to resume caring for young children as well as remain a home health care provider.
On Tuesday, Steamboat Springs Public Safety Director Joel Rae led a group of city officials through an inspection of Rocky Mountain Remedies’ new medical and retail locations in Downhill Drive Plaza.
Steamboat Springs’ newest and most heralded steakhouse had a soft opening Sunday night at its heavily renovated Yampa Street location.
The South Routt Medical Center board had its work cut out for it after an advisory committee presented its report to the board at a Dec. 13 meeting.
Jae Seifert, a former employee, has resurrected The Mac Ranch name as his own business with the blessing of David Sessions, former owner of the Steamboat location who still owns the Durango store.
On Jan. 7, the Steamboat Springs City Council will call roll, then immediately adjourn and reconvene as the Steamboat Springs Marijuana Licensing Authority.
The number of foreclosures in Routt County continued to drop throughout 2013, with the total for the year expected to be about 140 or fewer, according to county treasurer/public trustee Brita Horn.
The shopping sprint toward Christmas is over, but Steamboat retailers have the gift of incoming visitors to open this weekend.
Oak Creek police officer Bobby Rauch was sworn in as the town’s new chief Dec. 12.
Now, 22 years later and 12 years after Glenna Clark-Olmsted handed over the reins to others, the Community Christmas Dinner continues to grow.
The slate of tours for the beginning of 2014 has been announced by Yampa Valley Regional Airport, and those who make the trip to Hayden during winter will get to see the facility in the full swing of its peak season.
Jim Walters has joined RE/MAX Partners in Steamboat Springs, according to a news release.
Fawn Racoma said that her new restaurant is about balancing the body and will incorporate her background as a holistic health practitioner and experience as an executive chef.
The move to Steamboat Springs has been a huge boon for Sandi Nelson and her daughter Heather Philmon. Their Cider Fixins business went from selling a few thousand packages of holiday-themed mulling spices through shows in the lobbies of Houston area office buildings to a year-round operation that distributes to both coasts and countless places in between.
The city of Steamboat Springs is banking the extra money from sales tax revenues that are outpacing budgeted amounts, and sales tax gains could continue into the next year as indicators are positive for key contributing sources.
The majority of winter flights at Yampa Valley Regional Airport start this week, and on Wednesday, passengers on Alaska Airlines’ new nonstop from Seattle were the first of the season from outside of Colorado to touch down in Hayden.
Yampa Valley Regional Airport is trying something new with a ski rental kiosk around the corner from baggage claim in the terminal.
World Champion and three-time Olympic silver medalist Johnny Spillane completed the purchase of Steamboat Flyfisher from Tim Kirkpatrick on Saturday.
Storm Mountain Ranch owners failed in their appeal to keep agricultural tax status for the building envelopes of their luxury homes but succeeded in reducing the valuation of that land.
If you’ve lived in Steamboat Springs or Routt County for any amount of time, you’re familiar with the term “location neutral.” The segment of the local population and workforce that conducts business outside of the Yampa Valley has been growing and assuming an even more prominent role in discussions about the area’s economic future.
Eric Schneider is a runner. Not just a daily jog around town kind of runner — an ultra runner. You’d assume ultra runners have to be passionate to treat 50- and 100-mile races like a thrill rather than a harrowing punishment, and Schneider’s officemate Sally TeStrake in Green Courte Partners’ Yampa Street space can attest to his enthusiasm.
There wasn’t much at the home office for Oracle program manager Amy Anderson. She’d head to her company’s space in downtown Chicago’s Willis Tower if she needed to print a big document or to touch base every now and then, but most of the people she interacted with for work weren’t even in Chicago themselves.
After about eight years traveling and working at home and abroad, Hannah Gary ended up right where she started: Steamboat Springs.
The advisory committee for the South Routt Medical Center presented its report to the board Friday night at a special meeting.
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.
When the franchise agreement with Prudential runs out Jan. 1, broker/owners Cam Boyd and Pam Vanatta and their team of more than 50 sales agents will jump right into Sotheby’s International Realty.
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.