Tag Archives: Steamboat

Construction Accident Victim Identified

The man who died in a construction accident last week in Steamboat has been identified by the Routt County Coroner.  According to Deputy Coroner Mitch Locke, the victim, 48-year-old Eric Becker, of Steamboat, was struck by a piece Continue reading

Adopt A Street In Steamboat

Volunteers are needed for the Steamboat Springs Adopt-A-Street program. Anyone interested can adopt streets throughout Steamboat like Mt. Werner, Pine Grove and Walton Creek Road. Groups or individuals interested in Continue reading

Man Dies In Construction Accident

A construction worker died after a workplace accident yesterday afternoon in Steamboat. The 48-year-old man, who has not been identified, was struck by a piece of steel while helping to construct a home on Steamboat Boulevard. The Continue reading

Northwest Colorado Health Receives Award

Northwest Colorado Health recently received a Certificate of Achievement for providing high quality and improved healthcare coverage for patients at their clinics in Craig and Steamboat. The certificate was awarded by the Health Resources and Services Administration, which oversees 1,400 Continue reading

Coffee With A Cop Friday

The Steamboat Police Department will be hosting a spring installment of Coffee with a Cop, Friday. Members of the Steamboat Springs Police will be at the Off The Beaten Path Bookstore from 8 to 10 in the morning. Free coffee will be available. In addition to Continue reading

Free Mulch Available

The mulch generated through the City of Steamboat Springs Christmas tree recycling program is now available. The mulch is located to the right of the Howelsen Ice Arena entrance. Contractors and commercial operators are asked to refrain from taking the mulch as it is meant only for residents and Continue reading

Public Workshop To Discuss Parks

The City of Steamboat will hold a public workshop this week to discuss the city’s Comprehensive Parks, Recreation, Open Space, Trails and River Master Plan. The workshop will be held Wednesday from 5:30 to 7:30 at Olympian Hall. It will include a summary of input received from the public, and will address the visions and goals for the project, and Continue reading

Turn Water On Your Property Into Power

Those interested in using water on their land to provide power to their property may consider attending a seminar this week in Craig and Steamboat. Regional water rights holders who have at least several hundred gallons of water flow per minute are invited to the free workshop “Make your Own Power with Water” on Thursday in Craig and Steamboat. Representatives from the Colorado Continue reading

Steamboat Tax Collections Up To Start Year

Steamboat tax collections were up to start the year, according to the Final Sales Use and Accommodation Tax Report for January. Taxes for January grew by nearly 9%, or more than $200 thousand, as compared to January of 2017. The biggest tax increases came from marijuana Continue reading

Craig And Steamboat Students Join National Walkout

Students in Craig and Steamboat joined others across the state and country yesterday, in a silent walkout on the one month anniversary of the deaths of students and Staff at Majority Stoneman Continue reading

Student Removed After Post References School Shooting

An unidentified student at Steamboat Springs High School was taken out of school Friday afternoon after they made a post on social media, referencing a school shooting. Principal Kevin Taulman sent an email to parents which stated that students were the ones responsible for bringing the post to the Continue reading

Free Ask A Lawyer Sessions Thursday

The monthly ask a lawyer session will be held tomorrow in Moffat, Routt, and Grand County. Lawyers will be available to provide assistance on non-criminal court cases. Participants will receive a free 30 minute consultation to discuss their case.  Those cases may include divorce, family matters, child support, small claims, landlord Continue reading