Tag Archives: Steamboat

Craig Daily Press And Steamboat Pilot Sold

CraigLogo_Stacked_new_400x400The Craig Daily Press and the Steamboat Pilot were sold last week to Colorado Mountain News Media. Colorado Mountain News Media is a division of Swift Media which owns local publications in multiple states including Colorado. They own and operate the Glenwood Springs Post Continue reading

Debate On Amendment 69 Wednesday

amendment69Amendment 69, which would implement a state-run, taxpayer funded single payer health care system, will be debated Wednesday night in Steamboat. The debate will be held at the Strings Music Pavilion from 5:30 to 7:00. There will be Continue reading

Yampa Street Improvement Meeting Friday

SteamboatThe next public meeting to discuss the Yampa Street Improvement project will be held Friday morning. The meeting begins at 9 and will take place at Aurum Food and Wine. Yampa Street is currently closed to traffic between 7th and 9th streets. Construction is taking place between 7am to Continue reading

Trails Closed Due To Vandalism

SteamboatThe Emerald Mountain Trailhead near Steamboat is closed, and will remain so until the beginning of July to allow the BLM to repair damage to a restroom and parking lot on Cow Creek Road. The damage was the result of vandals and the cost of repairs is estimated at Continue reading

Central Park Drive Closed Daily

SteamboatCentral Park Drive in Steamboat will be closed daily for construction, beginning today, from the South-side of the new roundabout, to Mt. Werner Road. The closure will be in effect from 7 to 7 Monday through Friday. During the closure, Continue reading

Learn About Amendment 69

Vote_CheckmarkAmendment 69, which would implement a state-run, taxpayer funded single payer health care system, is one of the more controversial measures Coloradans will be voting on this election. Two meetings have been set in Northwest Colorado to discuss the specifics of Amendment 69. Colorado Senator Randy Baumgardner  will be in Craig Continue reading

Steamboat Names City Manager

Gary SuiterGary Suiter  has been named as the Steamboat Springs City Manager. The City Council and Suiter came to an agreement on a contract at their meeting last night. Suiter has been the interim city manager since October of last year. He was one of four finalists that interviewed for the position in May. The city council ultimately Continue reading

“Coffee With Council” Friday In Steamboat

SteamboatThe monthly “Coffee with Council” will be held this Friday in Steamboat. Councilman Scott Ford and others will be at the meeting to discuss possible marijuana and lift ticket taxes, the City Capital Improvement Parked Project List, and other issues. The meeting starts at Continue reading

Sales Taxes Collected In Steamboat Increase

SteamboatThe amount of taxes Steamboat collected in April this year increased slightly when compared to 2015. Information from Steamboat’s April Sales, Use, and Accommodation Tax report shows the biggest gains were in marijuana taxes which grew by close to 13%, and utility taxes which rose by Continue reading

Learn About Small Claims Court

court-300A free clinic for those interested in learning more about small claims court proceedings will be held this week in Steamboat. A small claims court allows people to bring small disputes regarding money, property, contracts or agreements in front of a judge without hiring an attorney. The clinic will

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Man Rescued Out Of Yampa River

YAMPA RIVERA man was rescued Sunday afternoon in Steamboat, after he was stranded during a float trip on the Yampa River. Witnesses called authorities after they saw the man, who was not wearing a life jacket, hanging on a log near the “D-hole” area of the river. When they Continue reading

RV Explodes Near Steamboat

IMG_1857(2)A recreational vehicle exploded Tuesday at the Eagle Soaring RV Park 3 miles west of Steamboat. When emergency crews arrived they found the owner of the RV had been pulled from the vehicle. After assessing the situation, crews were able to extinguish the fire and keep it from spreading to adjacent vehicles. Two dogs Continue reading