A coalition of Northwest Colorado governments scored an early victory in its fight against an implementation plan for the Clean Air, Clean Jobs Act.
Midnight Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a stolen bicycle in the first block of Seventh Street.
The 24th annual Youth Educational Scholarship Fund Golf Tournament will take place June 6 at Rollingstone Ranch Golf Club.
EPA responders have found that oil spills in the North Park area are hurting a creek — and they have launched an effort to assess damage.
A bill co-sponsored by state Rep. Randy Baumgardner, R-Cowdrey, that would have reduced the late fee on vehicle registrations from $100 to $20 was killed by a Senate committee Thursday.
If unreasonable means playing loud, distorted guitar-based rock ’n’ roll with good friends, then that’s exactly what the five members of the Fort Collins-based band are. “We want to rock and roll hard, and we want to do it pretty heavy, but we like to have a good time,” said the band’s vocalist Michael Pinder, a former Steamboat resident.
If Steamboat is to be represented at the state meet, senior Asher Rohde and junior Tanner Morrison agreed there’s not a day to lose.
With the cyclical nature of fashion, it might not be necessary to go out and shop for new items, but local shops in Steamboat Springs are stocking the most popular trends in the fashion world today.
Deep Roots is a local nonprofit organization whose mission is to cultivate awareness about the benefits of local food, educate the community about how to do it yourself and facilitate connections between local producers and local consumers.
Let’s go further and begin to think of food as a vital component of your dog’s life. No more simply plopping down a bowl of dry kibble.
A roundup of events in Routt County this week. Highlights including a benefit for Hayden Pastor Doug Zirkle and a Old River Road playing at Old Town Pub.
Statewide conservation organization Colorado Water Trust has launched a short-term water leasing program to preserve healthy flows in many of the state’s rivers.
Paige Lorimer cannot guarantee that Saturday’s April Stools Day event will be fun. Still, she’s hoping volunteers will show up ready to comb over Steamboat’s parks with pooper scoopers.
Construction crews will return to Colorado Highway 131 between Oak Creek and Steamboat Springs on Monday to resume a project to widen the two-lane road and make it safer.