As election day approaches, we hope everyone will take the time to look carefully at both sides of the school bond issue. Although we are passionate supporters of Steamboat’s schools, we cannot support this bond proposal.
Steamboat Springs is a great place to live, with schools that rank in the top 1 percent of Colorado. This has caused student enrollment to grow every year for over a decade, putting both elementary schools and the middle school overcapacity.
I wanted to thank everyone I made contact with during the set up, movement and take down for this running race.
A sincere thank you to the board of education and all who have attempted to sort out the school investment needs in Steamboat Springs. The community needs folks like yourselves willing to give your time to improve the quality of our discussion.
In the 21st century, the Internet is vital to how we do business, how we learn and how we communicate with each other and the rest of the world. It’s become a necessity, as critical to our daily life as electricity, and recent outages in the area proved just how underserved Routt County is when it comes to reliable, redundant and affordable broadband service.
Starting with the Nov. 3 election, Routt County will be utilizing Ballot Trail, an innovative mail ballot tracking and communication engine developed for Routt County’s mail ballot voters by the local election division and i3logix, a Denver-based software company.
The Steamboat Springs High School soccer team went on the road Tuesday night to pick up a big league win, beating Summit, 1-0.
It wasn’t the result they wanted, Soroco High School girls volleyball coach Jeannie Jo Logan said Tuesday night, but it was a good night nonetheless as her team lost a tight one on the road in North Park, falling in five sets.
A rough first day of the Class 4A state golf championships ruined most of the chances the Steamboat Springs High School players had to challenge to win, but coach Andrew Donner said the team bounced back with a strong performance Tuesday to finish the tournament and the season on a high note.
5:14 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of loud trucks in the 1100 block of 13th Street. It was an ongoing problem, but they were not there when officers arrived.
The rugby gods are smiling as we look forward to some of the greatest test matches in history coming up over the next 4 weeks.
Steamboat Springs Rugby Club member Chris Baumann gets the Rugby World Cup start he has dreamed of against the Springboks from South Africa. Baumann will wear the No. 3 against “the Beast,” Tendai Mtawarira, at 9:45 a.m. Wednesday and you can watch this historic occasion on Universal Sports.
Steamboat Ski Area renews ties with former Japanese owner; offers lift tickets at Rusutsu to pass holders
Skiers may recall the day in 1992, when Kimihito Kamori, principle of Rusutsu Resort, and leader of Kamori Kanko Ltd., presided over the grand opening of the Storm Peak Express chairlift in Steamboat.
Jerry DeLong told the council the police department is still down three officers, and recruiting efforts are ongoing.
Most of Routt County is oblivious to the heavy logging trucks that carry the logs out of the forest because it’s all headed north to a sawmill in Saratoga, Wyoming.
Steamboat girls lacrosse coach Betsy Frick hopes the annual Chumash lacrosse tournament she's helped host the last several years can take off in the future.
Hayden Police Chief Greg Tuliszewski hit a milestone in his career last week when he received the executive certification from the Colorado Association of Chiefs of Police.
The council on Tuesday voted unanimously to remove the $880,000 worth of stabilization work city staff wanted to do over the next two years on Howelsen from the city's capital improvement program.
A Steamboat Springs business owner has been tapped to help guide the state's newly formed Office of Outdoor Recreation Industry, or OREC.
I had the distinct honor and privilege of attending the Milk Creek Battlefield Park dedication Sept. 26 in Meeker. This site is best known as the place where Maj. Thomas T. Thornburgh was killed along with other soldiers in a battle with the Ute Indians from Sept. 29 to Oct. 5, 1879. Less known is the circumstances that led to this battle and the catastrophic losses sustained.