Steamboat Springs BMX results for Thursday, July 2
About 13,100 visitors are expected to be in town Saturday for the Fourth of July, according to the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association’s lodging barometer released this week.
I will try to make this letter short and simple. I initially posted a nasty letter to tubers on Facebook, but then I realized that, truth be told, we are all responsible for trashing the river. As the season has progressed, so has the amount of trash on the Yampa’s banks.
The Nordic Screamer ride down the landing hills of the ski jumps at Howelsen Hill offers plenty of thrills.
10:52 a.m. Officers were called to a report of a theft in the 1800 block of Hunters Drive. A man went onto a neighbor’s property, took landscaping stones and made a figurine on his own property. The stones were returned.
Steamboat Springs City Manager Deb Hinsvark said Thursday she has not yet made a decision about the future of Police Chief Joel Rae and Deputy Police Chief Bob DelValle, who have been on paid administrative leave since March.
This summer’s photo contest is not limited to selfies. You may also send in photos of you, your friends and family enjoying summer in Steamboat that are taken by others.
No one was seriously injured after a Wednesday afternoon crash on Rabbit Ears Pass.
The Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club will host a demonstration of the new ride at 1 p.m. Saturday during the ski jumping competitions at Howelsen.
New Zealander Jup Brown just finished running across the United States. Now he's setting off out a bike ride that will take him across the continent again. He stopped in Steamboat Springs first.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife announced the distribution of $6.18 million in grants for motorized and non-motorized trails programs throughout the state. Of the $1,525,095 granted to northwest Colorado, $224,780 was given to Howelsen Hill, Hahn's Peak, and Routt National Forest.
The dry spell could break over the holiday weekend with the greatest chance of rain arriving Sunday in the Park Range outside Steamboat as well as in the Flat Tops.
This weekend there is no shortage of activities or events to attend in celebration of the Fourth of July from parades, picnics, music and fireworks there is something for all to enjoy.
When longtime Steamboat resident Brian Harvey visited the Steamboat Springs Post Office to check his mail this week, he found he was locked out of his mailbox.
This weekend's Free Summer Concert Series show will feature the New Orleans Suspects, comprised of legendary performers, and the Denver-based Jaden Carlson Band.
Court records show Cole Pollard told deputies he “snapped,” choked Patricia Richmond to death and then raped her.
Combining movement and art, dancers from Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School and Camp will partner with First Friday Artwalk this weekend for unique street performances reflecting local artwork.
Bringing his unconventional, one-man show, Wise 100Doors is back in Steamboat this weekend for two weeks worth of performances all over town.
Rodeo remains an important facet to the character of Steamboat Springs.
Due to the July 4 fireworks set-up and show, all trails on the Howelsen Hill Ski Area will be closed from 8 a.m. until 11 p.m. Friday. This includes all access points and the area from Bluffs Loop to Mile Run.