South Routt School Board member AlidaLee Gingerich has left her position because she has moved outside of District 1, which she was elected to represent in November.
Unsigned letters are a waste of space, though those written in the first person can make for humorous reading. The May 7 letter on illegal immigrants, "I do not support..." "I'm sick and tired of..." and "I'm extremely against... ." Since you don't care enough to stand up for your opinions, the letter actually reads: Anonymous does not support, anonymous is sick and tired of, anonymous is extremely against. Pretty weak stuff.
On Mother's Day, I had a nice brunch at Creekside Cafe. Several days later I remembered I forgot to pick up my jacket as I left.
A slate of 10 speakers, including the director of the Colorado Department of Natural Resources, will discuss all things water during the 2006 Water Summit in Hayden.
Officials vote to build $3 million community center west of downtown
Steamboat Springs will have a new community center at the Stock Bridge Transit Center.
A road improvement project that includes a roundabout on Routt County Road 27 took a step closer to approval Tuesï¿½--day.
2:09 a.m. A man and woman reportedly were arguing near Ninth Street and Lincoln Avenue. Officers mediated the situation.
Former Sailor joins Alaska basketball program
Cameron Burney did what most Americans do when hungry for information.
Skiers to take flight off plastic-covered hill
With construction of a K-68 jump at Howelsen Hill complete, the hope is that local Nordic athletes can spend more time training on the plastic hills and less time traveling.
Lynnea Teters didn't know how to react to the phone call last week informing her that her dad was seriously injured in a propane explosion at his Yampa home.
One business fails to ID buyer during compliance test
Routt County businesses appear to be doing their part to snuff out underage tobacco use.
Identifying ways to take advantage of local wildlife will be one of the subjects of a landowner workshop at a Hayden ranch next week.
Oak Street Plaza is about to receive a makeover. The small commercial center with the tattered blue awnings at Ninth and Oak streets will get new stone work on the exterior and a new color scheme to tone down its stark white color. And the old blue awnings are coming down.
This is regarding the Steamboat Springs Community Center, which many different organizations have used and enjoyed for many years. I have made a list of some ongoing activities at the community center:
The Steamboat Springs City Council erred Tuesday in choosing to build a new community center at the Stock Bridge Transit Center.
Routt County Sheriff candidate Garrett Wiggins announced Monday that he will appoint Routt County Sheriff's Office investigator Rachelle Redmond as his undersheriff if he is elected in November.