A training for people who would like to volunteer as in-home English teachers for immigrants and refugees will be held from 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday in Bogue Hall, Room 200, on the Colorado Mountain College campus.
Olivia Jane Kocik, daughter of Liza and Jon Kocik of Steamboat Springs, was born at 9:54 a.m. June 3, 2005. She weighed 6 pounds and 3 ounces and was 19 inches long. Her siblings are Ariana and Nikolas. Her grandparents are Jane Gardner of Nashville, Tenn., Michael Barry of Edwards, and Roy and Kathy Kocik of Wausau, Wis.
Local program chosen for heritage tourism workshop
For months, residents throughout Northwest Coloï¿½--rado have been identifying the treasures that make their communities special. They gathered Friday at Colorado Mountain College to tie those treasures together, and they will meet again today.
The Yampa Valley Housing Authority broke ground June 1 on a series of affordable homes in Oak Creek.
The city is encouraging more businesses to take advantage of the federal government's Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program for minority business owners.
12:30 a.m. A bicycle was found at Sixth and Yampa streets.
The similarities between skateboarding and snowboarding are obvious, so the creation of the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club skateboard program was a logical one.
Last summer, two new features were added to the Howelsen Skate Park. This summer, look for an even higher upgrade with the installation of a mini-ramp designed by Cactus Nemec of Cactofab.
A Steamboat Springs man who was critically injured in a June 2 car accident that killed his wife remains in the hospital.
The Hayden Planning Comï¿½--mission on Thursday recommended approval of the Valley View Business Park.
The contentious issue of off-street parking was discussed again at Thursday night's Oak Creek Town Board meeting.
Recent rain, snow could cancel event
The organizers of the Rio 24 Hours of Steamboat bicycle marathon said they will wait until race time at noon today to make a determination about whether the race can be held.
Proposed expansion would necessitate demolition of adjacent community center
Creating an entryway worthy of a prominent civic building was the Steamboat Springs Planning Commission's main concern when discussing a proposed expansion to the city's library.