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Last week’s decision by Colorado voters to legalize the recreational use of marijuana has triggered an avalanche of local, state and national reaction.
A large portion of the Spring Creek Trail has been closed to public access as part of the annual seasonal wildlife closure that began Thursday.
Despite imminent changes to the state’s marijuana laws, 14th Judicial District Attorney Brett Barkey said Thursday he has no plans to dismiss petty pot cases currently being prosecuted in the courts.
Cut the habit. How can you reduce or eliminate the amount of sugar-sweetened beverages your family consumes?
A new wave of boots, bindings and other equipment could be the perfect answer for the occasional backcountry skier.
The assistant airport manager said the first year of operation included one-time start-up costs that affected the bottom line.
The new HS45 jump at Howelsen Hill is finished, and it will provide a year-round jump for all abilities.
The Big Snow Dance Backcountry Ball begins at 7 p.m. Saturday at Olympian Hall at the base of Howelsen Hill.
Organizers do not want to contend with a turkey shortage again this year during the Routt County United Way Community Thanksgiving Dinner on Thursday at the Steamboat Springs Community Center.
There is a movement within Colorado to provide education that is nature-based, promotes practical, 21st century skills, improves critical thinking, connects youths to the broader community and helps educators teach to core curriculum and TCAP test standards.
Combining management and training when teaching a pup to calm down in a non-aversive way helps to build the trust bond necessary for a positive lifetime relationship.
Colorado ranchers and sportsmen have hatched a novel plan to protect 220,000 acres of high-country public land from oil and gas drilling: Buy back the leases from energy companies.
It wasn’t just weak snow that pinched resort communities last winter. Rising fuel prices, airline woes and reticent vacationers forced resort towns like Steamboat, Telluride, Crested Butte and Vail to pay more to airlines for consistent flights into regional mountain airports.
12:27 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers contacted a person who was rolling on the ground at Seventh Street and Lincoln Avenue.
“Legend of Aahhh’s” will screen at the annual Steamboat Mountain Film Festival, which kicks off at 6 p.m. Friday with Standard Films’ “2112."
A Steamboat Springs gondola carriage will be in a Houston parade, a Steamboat resident is starting a sunscreen company and work has started on restoring a stretch of the Yampa River.