Tag Archives: Steamboat

Blood Drive to be Held in Steamboat Next Week

BLOOD-DRIVE2A community blood drive will be held in Steamboat next week. Bonfils Blood Center says they experience about a 20% decline in donations in the summer months, because of travel and other summer plans. They say the need for donations remains the same, however, and that’s the reason for their blood drive next week. It’s said that every unit of blood donated can save or enhance the lives of up to 3 people. The drive will Continue reading

Temporary Parking Approved During Steamboat Project

City-of-SteamboatTemporary parking will be available for those in the Fish Creek Mobile Home Park in Steamboat, where a utility replacement and sanitary sewer upgrade project is Continue reading

Small Power Outage Planned for Steamboat Tomorrow

yampa-valley-electric-assocA power outage is planned for Steamboat tomorrow, but the effects won’t be wide spread. Starting at noon Yampa Valley Electric Association will shut down power at Centennial Hall, which will close the Planning Department Continue reading

Rocky Mountain Youth Corps Renovating Facility

rmycThe Rocky Mountain Youth Corps in Steamboat is planning to build a warehouse and renovate an office building, and is looking for input on its operations from Continue reading

Steamboat Police Chief Resigns

Steamboat Police BadgeSteamboat’s top cop has tendered his resignation. Police Chief Joel Rae also held the title of Public Safety Services Director. According to a press release, Rae tendered his resignation to City Manager Deb Hinsvark, effective August 28th. Rae, joined the Steamboat Police Department in July of 1996. In ’97, he rose to the rank of Continue reading

A Portion of Yampa River Core Trail to Close for Sewer Line Replacement

City-of-SteamboatThe Yampa River Core Trail in Steamboat will be closed to thru-traffic from Pine Grove Road to Trafalgar Drive starting Monday. The closure will last one to two weeks as a Continue reading

Skyview Lane Project in Steamboat Delayed

City-of-SteamboatThe Skyview Lane Project scheduled for yesterday in Steamboat was delayed due to the weather. City Officials say yesterday’s rain kept them from getting started on Continue reading

Detours Today on Skyview Lane in Steamboat

City-of-SteamboatDrivers in Steamboat should be aware that Skyview Lane between Whistler and Chinook Roads will be reduced to one lane today. The inconvenience is due to a Continue reading

Storm Spotter Classes Scheduled for Craig and Steamboat

national-weather-service-loThe National Weather Service is planning storm spotting training classes in Craig and Steamboat this month. The first class takes place in Steamboat July 20th. Those who attend will learn how to report weather incidents to the National Weather Service. The Steamboat class will take place from 6 to 8 in the evening at the Steamboat Continue reading

Plenty of Fireworks Shows to Enjoy Tomorrow Night

FIREWORKS-3-300There are plenty of places to celebrate the 4th of July and catch local professional fireworks displays tomorrow night. In Craig a parade will take place at 11. It will start at the Craig VFW and end at City Market. Fireworks will be set off tomorrow night from Moffat County High School. Steamboat is holding Cowboy Round-up Continue reading

Cole J. Pollard Charged With Two Counts Of Murder

coleThe 14th Judicial District Attorney’s Office today filed the following charges against Cole Jennings Pollard in connection with the death of Patricia Richmond on Monday.

Count One: Murder in the First Degree, a class one felony, alleging the intentional and premeditated killing of Ms. Richmond.
Count Two: Murder in the First Degree (felony murder), a class one felony, alleging the death Continue reading

Trails to Close for Fireworks Show

City-of-SteamboatDue to the Steamboat 4th of July fireworks show, all trails on the Howelsen Hill Ski Area will be closed all day Saturday. This includes all access points and the area from Continue reading