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Routt County Road 52 will be closed from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday one mile north of its intersection with U.S. Highway 40.
Northwest Colorado Fire Management Unit officials warn that two wildfires in Routt County this week highlight the persistent dry conditions that have kept the area’s fire risk unusually high for this time of year.
Colorado voters, especially those in Steamboat Springs, made it clear Tuesday they wanted marijuana legalized, and the passage of Amendment 64 has ignited a complicated process.
Democrats in Routt County as well as across Colorado celebrated Tuesday night after taking control of the state House and Senate and seeing the passage of two amendments with widespread liberal support.
6:45 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a person who found a handgun on a trail near Mountain Vista Circle. Police retrieved the gun.
When they woke up Wednesday morning, Routt County Republicans didn’t wait long to start planning a comeback.
Tucked in just beneath the constellations of Pegasus and Andromeda, Pisces represents the mythological characters of Venus and her son Cupid.
When Dick Soash was elected state senator in 1976, it was the first time a local Democrat held the seat since Republican rancher Charlie Murphy wrestled the seat away from Steamboat’s "Preachin’" Bob Norvell in 1928.
Tables currently are available for the second annual Stars at Night fundraiser. Individual tickets go on sale Nov. 21.
Find all the election results from local and statewide races here along with local news.
Colorado voters picked President Barack Obama on Tuesday, the first time the state backed a Democratic presidential candidate for a second term in 76 years.
Voters approved an amendment legalizing recreational marijuana use in Colorado on Tuesday, making this one of two states to end prohibition of the drug but also raising new legal questions and setting up potential court battles.
Amendment 65, which would theoretically stop the influence of corporate spending in political campaigns, was projected to win by The Denver Post, netting more than two-thirds of the votes.
Amendment S would change the state charter, allowing as many as six finalists for a job, allowing temporary workers to work as long as nine months and allowing job applicants to live within 30 miles of the Colorado border.
Mitsch Bush beat Republican opponent Chuck McConnell with 55 percent of the vote.
Tipton ran away in what was expected to be a much closer contest for one of the country's largest congressional districts.
Despite the closely contested elections, there are a number of things most Americans feel strongly about and on which you must focus during your next term.