The Nordic skiers of the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club couldn’t be off to a better start to the season after the weekend’s performance at Grand Mesa.
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We trust our endorsement of the Tennis Center and the management may add weight to the decision to maintain and improve a first-class asset for all the community to enjoy in years to come.
When you shop Steamboat, your dollars stay local, too. For every $1 spent at a locally owned business, it is estimated that 45 cents is reinvested in the local economy. When you shop online, that number is zero.
While the UGB has been beneficial, the Steamboat Pilot & Today thinks the plan should not be treated as a “sacred cow” that is never subject to review or revision. The proposal to discuss possible adjustments to the plan is healthy and an important step in planning for the city’s continued growth.
It was a dominating performance Tuesday night at home for the Soroco High School girls basketball team.
The city of Steamboat is hosting Kids Night Out from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at the Igloo at Howelsen for kids in kindergarten through fifth grade. The PG-rated movie “Planes” will be screened and macaroni and cheese and carrots will be served. Register at the Parks and Recreation office or online at www.steamboatsprings.net/youth.
The Hayden High School girls basketball team picked up its first win of the season.
Leroy Fief, 49, of Craig, was sentenced to 30 years in prison, one year after he stabbed Shane Arredondo to death.
The West Routt Fire Protection District has filled its ranks with a third full-time firefighter, and a fourth should be hired in January.
Former Steamboat Springs racers Shane McLean, and Hig Roberts will take on the best college ski racers in the world over the next week as the World University Games take center stage in Trentino, Italy.
Downtown stakeholders in Steamboat Springs to take first step toward getting funding for improvement district
Next week, the Steamboat City Council will be asked to approve several new appointments to the city's seven-member downtown business improvement district board that has sat dormant and inactive since the last tax vote failed six years ago.
12:39 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a car doing donuts at a parking lot hotel in the 3100 block of South Lincoln Avenue. The driver was given a warning.
Brisk winds across the Steamboat and Flat Tops area were expected to create shallow, easterly wind slabs, according to the Colorado Avalanche Information Center, but the real danger in the backcountry remains slabs sitting on surface or deep hoar.
The city received more than 20 applications for the trails steering committee, and 11 applications for the Yampa River Promenade steering committee.
A slight warm-up is in the forecast for Steamboat, the city of Steamboat Springs has launched a new map for Nordic ski trails and the city was flooded with applications for lodging tax committees.
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With great foresight, the founders of this nation endeavored to protect private property from the federal government. In the West, we know that this protection extends to privately held water rights. Unfortunately, recent history has shown that the federal government is more than willing to overreach its authority to try and acquire private water rights, through coercion if necessary.
Colorado Gives Day is today. The 24-hour fundraising event, which ends at midnight, is designed to encourage people to donate to nonprofit organizations in their hometowns.
The Steamboat Springs School District has battled for months to withdraw from the Northwest Colorado Board of Cooperative Educational Services. The district is now within two weeks of finding out if CDE granted its wish.