The Hayden High School volleyball team beat Soroco on Friday night in three tight games. The Tigers rolled to a win, but only on paper did it seem easy, as a pesky Rams squad simply wouldn't go away.
Friday night’s 26-6 homecoming defeat against Vail Christian was a body blow for Soroco, and now more than halfway through the season, the Rams must try to get off the ropes.
The Hayden High School football team beat Rangely, 69-30, on Friday.
The Steamboat Springs volleyball team beat Eagle Valley, 3-0, on Friday.
The Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association in Craig has been awarded a $55,000 grant by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to improve the quality of care and ensure more women are screened for cervical cancer, according to a news release.
Routt County Council on Aging senior lunch menus for week of Oct. 1
Buffeted by public opposition and towns toughening local limits, Colorado officials are preparing to revise state regulations governing oil and gas drilling. Industry groups on Thursday opposed the effort.
The famed Vietnam War novel and memoir "The Things They Carried" will be the centerpiece of this year’s One Book Steamboat community read.
Quicksilver Resources this week announced a partnership with Shell Oil that will allow the companies to jointly develop oil and gas interests in an area covering more than 850,000 acres in Northwest Colorado.
The owners of Butcherknife Brewing Co. are expecting approval any day from the city’s building department to begin construction of a beer manufacturing facility in west Steamboat.
The pending sale at Boulder Ridge confirms the developers’ conviction that there is a market for new homes in the price point between $1 million and $2 million.
5:11 a.m. Routt County Sheriff’s Office deputies were called to a report of a dead moose near mile marker 139 on U.S. Highway 40. It is believed the moose was just injured because deputies could not find it.
Free bus service is on the chopping block in Steamboat budget talks, Steamboat Ski Area celebrates the first season of its bike park and Quicksilver Resources has entered into an agreement with Shell.
Quicksilver Resources, Inc. announced Monday it has entered into an agreement with Shell Western Exploration and Production, LP — a subsidiary of Royal Dutch Shell, plc.
The Steamboat Springs City Council should cast its eyes on the news release announcing TIC’s departure from Steamboat Springs. Specifically, they should examine TIC’s logo.