With a flurry of hard hits and plenty of big digs, the Steamboat Springs High School volleyball team showed Thursday it’s still at the top of the heap in Northwest Colorado.
This weekend in Northwest Colorado holds many opportunities to support some worthy causes. And, better still, you can have fun doing it!
Peabody Energy has backed away from plans to build the 400-acre Trout Creek Reservoir about 15 miles southwest of Steamboat Springs.
Clean-up of elementary school property among volunteer projects
With less than one week left before their schedule starts, Moffat County High School boys soccer is looking to get in all the practice time they can before the season opener. However, their coaches want players to be no less ready to jump into action off the field too.
New welcome signs are going up along the major roadways coming into Moffat County soon.
Do you know the old wheelbarrow joke? It's truly funny only to grandpas and the grandkids they tell it to, so I won't bother with the elaborate setup. For years a factory worker pushes a wheelbarrow full of straw past a security guard on his way out. Suspicious that the guy is stealing something, the guard looks in the straw but can't find anything. Finally, when the worker is retiring, the guard asks, "I know you've been stealing something — can you tell me what it is?
When I hear about the latest, greatest, sure-fire innovation to increase student learning, I feel weary.
On the record for August 25.
Music in any form is magical, yet it never hurts when a melody has visual aids to go with it. And, if you’ve never seen a tiny swordsman brought to life by the pluck of an instrument, “Kubo and the Two Strings” is one for you to watch.
After 14 years, owner Chris Musik is forced to close her store to fight pancreatic cancer
Residents and visitors to Craig will soon have one less place to shop when gift store Spirit Pass closes in September. Owner Chis Musik’s decision to close was a difficult one yet necessary to provide the resources she needs as she battles pancreatic cancer. “I don’t want people to think that we are closing because of the economy," store owner Chris Musik said.
Craig Mayor Ray Beck said the survey is the first step of broadband planning the study being performed by the Glenwood-based firm NEO Connect.
The Board of Moffat County Commissioners agreed on two top picks out of six recommendations provided by an economic development firm hired to evaluate the regional economy and outline opportunities for growth at its Tuesday meeting.
Zero Week game takes Bulldogs over Wyoming border to start season
The big night is almost here as the Moffat County High School football team prepares to begin anew. The Bulldogs get in motion Friday as they pile on the bus, head two hours north and visit an old foe they haven’t seen for quite some time. The Rawlins, Wyoming, Outlaws have the distinction of being the first up on the schedule for Moffat County, the two teams having gone the better part of a decade without seeing each other.
Open meetings in Rio Blanco County Aug. 30, 31; site tours Sept. 7, 8
The Bureau of Land Management is seeking community feedback regarding four off-highway vehicle open areas in Northwest Colorado. Earlier this month, BLM released the preliminary travel area alternatives for the Travel and Transportation Resource Management Plan Amendment for the White River Field Office. Preliminary alternatives determine which portions of the field office’s purview — nearly 1.5 million acres of BLM land — would be open to cross-country motorized and mechanized use, which would be limited to designated routes and which would be closed to motorized and mechanized vehicles.
A chestnut mare named 'River' goes missing in remote Pilot Knob area of Routt County.
The Hayden Tigers football team ushers in a new football season Friday.
State law prohibits Routt County from imposing an excise tax of more than 5 percent on pot, but the Town of Hayden, which operates under a home rule charter, is not bound by that limitation.
For the first time in nearly 30 years the hospital board has directly hired a new CEO
This is the first week on the job for Andrew Daniels, the new CEO of The Memorial Hospital at Craig, who started his work on Monday. Quality health care for rural areas and the lifestyle afforded in small towns were key reasons why Daniels accepted the position.
The Preserving the Last Frontier will meet at 1:30 p.m. Saturday on the second floor of Sunset Meadows I, located at 633 Ledford St. The program will be presented by Leo Snowden about the history of the Forest Service and Routt National Forest. For more information call 970-824-6761.
Despite cool, overcast weather, the Silver Creek Fire grew to 25 acres Tuesday and continued to eat though dead, beetle-killed lodgepole pine trees.