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Attic Fire At Home In Steamboat

STEAMBOAT FIRE RESCUEThe Steamboat Springs Fire department last night responded to a carbon monoxide alarm at a home at 12 Sequoia Court. While investigating for the source of carbon monoxide, firefighters felt heat when in the upper bedrooms and saw light smoke outside the home. Fire crews pulled the ceiling down to access a fire in the attic. The fire had burned through roof joists and affected electrical wiring in the area. To Continue reading

Wintry Weather To Add To Snowpack This Weekend.

snow-plowWith another 4 to 8 inches of snow expected his weekend, speculation that we are getting a lot more snow than usual will continue.  Another theory is that the ongoing cold temperatures have kept the existing snowpack from melting, causing the snow to pile high and resulting in narrowed streets  and snow mountains all over town.  The fact is that both have contributed to the amount of snow on Continue reading

CSP And Routt County Sheriffs Get Tough On DUI’s

DUIColorado State Patrol officers and the Routt County Sheriff’s office are teaming up to conduct DUI saturation in the Steamboat area tomorrow. They will be looking for distracted, aggressive, and impaired drivers. In Northwest Colorado, nine people lost their lives last year. Captain Doug Continue reading

Family Pets Die In Steamboat Home Fire

STEAMBOAT-FIRE-RESCUE-150x150The Steamboat fire department was also called to a home fire at 1345 Blue Spruce Court late Saturday night. They found the residence to full of heavy smoke which was coming from the basement. The source of the smoke was a smoldering couch, which was quickly extinguished. The ceiling above the couch was pulled down to ensure that the fire had Continue reading

Edgemont Condo In Steamboat Evacuated

edgemont condoThe Steamboat Springs fire department responded to a fire on the roof of the Edgemont Condominiums around 11 Friday night. Upon their arrival a fire crew evacuated everyone from the Edgemont while other firefighters headed to the roof of the building. Continue reading

Steamboat Coffee With Council This Friday

City-of-Steamboat“Coffee with Council” will continue with Steamboat Councilman Scott Ford this Friday morning from 7:30 to 9.  One topic of discussion will include Council Goals for the next two years, but all other ideas for discussion are welcome and encouraged.  Other council members and staff may attend as well. Continue reading

Congressman Tipton Nominates Two Steamboat Students

american-flag-1-300Congressman Scott Tipton yesterday announced that 24 students from Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District have received a nomination from his office to attend U.S. Service Academies next year. The students were selected based on meeting or exceeding the stringent requirements of the Continue reading

Steamboat To Operate Additional Buses New Year’s Eve

NEW-YEAR-#1-300Steamboat Springs Transit will operate additional service on New Year’s Eve.  Additional buses will operate during the day and night on December 31st into the early morning hours of January 1st.  Steamboat Springs Transit will operate unscheduled additional buses during the day to help Continue reading

Recycle Your Christmas Tree In Steamboat

christmas tree recyclingThe City of Steamboat’s annual Christmas Tree recycling program is going on now through the end of the month, trees may be dropped off anytime in the Northeast corner of the Howelsen Ice Arena parking lot. Before dropping off a tree you are asked to remove all tinsel, ornaments, lights Continue reading

Northwest Colorado Has 23 Wrestlers Ranked This Week

wrestling-#2The new “On the Mat” Wrestling Rankings have the Meeker Cowboys ranked as the number 3 wrestling team in 2A. On The Mat provides weekly wrestling rankings for teams and individuals in all weight classes. There are an increasing number of Northwest Colorado individuals listed in the week 3 rankings. Meeker has 7 wrestlers Continue reading

Steamboat Working To Clear Streets Of Snow

steamboat-logo-charcoal-300Steamboat Springs has received over 30 inches of snow fall in the past four days. To help clear the streets, Steamboat’s Public Works Department has added road graders to assist their sand truck in plowing. Continue reading

Stagecoach To Host Ice Fishing Tourny

ice fishingStagecoach State Park will host the “5th Annual Steamboat Great Outdoors Ice Fishing Tournament” in January. The tournament is limited to 200 adult and 50 youth entries. Adults can register the morning of the event for $30, which must be paid in cash. Youths under 16 can register free of charge and are only eligible to receive non-cash prizes. The Continue reading