Matt Stensland is a photojournalist for the Steamboat Pilot & Today. He has worked for the paper since January 2006. Matt started working at the paper as a reporter covering the town of Hayden, real estate and business. After about a year he was hired on as the newspaper's first full-time videographer. He is currently the cops and courts reporter and photographer. Matt has a bachelor's degree in print journalism from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and grew up in Urbana. When not working, you will most likely find Matt soaking at either the Old Town or Strawberry Park hot springs. You can visit his website at www.mattstensland.com.
They are powerful tools, and policies related to cellphone use vary throughout Routt County's high schools.
Peabody Energy on Friday announced it is selling Routt County's Twentymile mine to Bowie Resource Partners.
The Steamboat Springs Police Department turned a new page Friday with the swearing in of its new chief, Cory Christensen.
The holiday tradition of cutting down the annual Christmas tree is quickly approaching.
The Delaney family in Hayden is now the proud owner of two properties listed on the National Register of Historic places.
The last time the ski area decided to open early was on Friday, Nov. 22, 2002, five days in advance of the originally scheduled opening date. That morning, the first 70 skiers who arrived were greeted with breakfast burritos prepared by a group of local residents.
The Hayden Town Council on Thursday will consider setting a public hearing date for its proposed budget and capital projects program.
Routt County drivers got a crash course in winter driving Monday as snow fell throughout the day.
Steamboat Ski Area to open early for first time in 13 years
With 41 inches of natural snowfall at mid-mountain, sustained cold temperatures, aggressive snowmaking efforts and additional snow in the forecast, Steamboat Ski Area announced an early opening to the 2015-16 winter season.
During an emotional night, Steamboat Springs business leaders honored two men and a group of restaurants, as well a downtown advocate for their contributions to the community.