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Enrollment Deadline Extended For Fire Academy

The deadline for enrollment has been extended for the 2017 Steamboat Springs Fire and Rescue Fire Academy. The academy provides entry-level training for those who may be interested in a career as a firefighter. Steamboat has full-time, part-time, and reserve fire fighters on staff. Individuals who Continue reading

Concerts This Weekend In Steamboat

The Yampa Valley Choral Society will host concerts this week in Steamboat. The concerts will take place Saturday and Sunday at Steamboat Springs High School. The concerts will feature performances from The Steamboat Chamber and Yampa Valley Singers, along with special guests Teresa Steffen Greenlee, Continue reading

High School Threat Prompts Increased Police Presence

Steamboat police are investigating a note that was left in a classroom at Steamboat High School Wednesday afternoon. A representative of the Steamboat Police Department said the note, which was of a threatening nature, prompted increased police presence at the high school.  The increased Continue reading

Man Struck By Shuttle Bus

A 20-year-old man was injured after he was struck by a shuttle Tuesday evening in Steamboat. After exiting a Steamboat Springs Transit bus near Mount Werner Road, he was struck by a shuttle bus traveling the same direction while Continue reading

BLM NW Regional Meeting Tomorrow

The Bureau of Land Management’s Northwest Resource Advisory Council will meet tomorrow at the Glenwood Springs Community Center. The meeting will run from eight to three with public comment scheduled from 10 to 2. They will be discussing pipeline permitting, cultural resource Continue reading

Area Wrestlers Excel At Regional Tourneys

Moffat County upset the number 3 ranked 3A team, Centauri, by decisively winning the regional wrestling tournament in Buena Vista over the weekend.  11 Bulldog wrestlers placed at the tournament.  8 of them will advance to the State Tournament which gets underway this Thursday Continue reading

Ask A Lawyer Today

The first Ask a Lawyer session of the year will be held in Moffat, Routt, and Grand County Thursday. Lawyers will be available to provide assistance on non-criminal court cases. Those cases may include divorce, family matters, child support, small claims, landlord and tenant issues, and restraining orders. Participants will receive a free 15 minute Continue reading

Steamboat Clearing Snow Around The Clock

Steamboat crews continue to working around the clock to clear out the two feet of snow that has fallen over the last few days. The City’s primary focus is to keep major roads clear for emergency vehicle access and traffic flow. After that, the city works to remove snow from commercial areas before shifting their attention to residential streets. Continue reading

Steamboat Tax Collections On The Rise

SteamboatTaxes collected in Steamboat continue to increase according to the city’s October Sales, Use and Accommodation tax report. Taxes collected in October grew by nearly 4% as compared to October of last year, with the biggest gains coming from marijuana sales which Continue reading

Chimney Fire Highlights Need For Maintenance

chimney fire 200There was a chimney fire at a home on Alpine Court in Steamboat. The Steamboat Springs Fire Department responded to the fire around 8:30 yesterday morning. Crews were able to extinguish the fire in the chimney shortly after their arrival. Damage to the home is considered minimal. This incident is an important reminder to properly maintain your chimney for the Continue reading

$1 Million Bond Set In Drug/Child Prostitution Case

diazmartinezbookingA $1 Million dollar bond has been set for a 60 year old Steamboat Springs man who was arrested earlier this week on charges stemming from drug distribution and child prostitution. Miguel Angel Diaz-Martinez was arrested Tuesday by Steamboat Springs Police Officers and was charged with Aggravated Sexual Assault, Sexual Assault on a Continue reading

Steamboat Hires Communications Manager

SteamboatA new Communications Manager has been hired to work for the City of Steamboat. Mike Lane, who has lived and worked in Steamboat for over 22 years, was hired for the position earlier this week. Lane worked in communication and public relations Continue reading