Tag Archives: Steamboat

Flash Flood Watch In Effect Tuesday

A flash flood watch is in effect through Tuesday night, for areas in the upper, central and lower Yampa River basins. Scattered thunderstorms with heavy rain are forecast through the evening, which may result in flood conditions. The flash flood Continue reading

Steamboat Gondola Opening Delayed

While the Gondola in Steamboat was expected to open today, it is still being tested by the Colorado Tramway Board, so the opening has been delayed. The gondola and bike park will open after the inspection is complete and the city receives a state license to open the gondola to the public. This is Continue reading

UPDATE: Craig Couple Arrested For Bike Theft

A Craig couple was arrested yesterday afternoon, on charges of stealing two bicycles from Ski Haus in Steamboat. 37-year-old Leslie Dale Billings and 34-year-old Kristin Marie Phillips are accused of stealing the two Specialized bikes Tuesday afternoon. After Steamboat Police received an Continue reading

UPDATE: Identity Of Man Who Died After Bike Accident Released

The Steamboat man, who died in a Denver hospital Monday, after crashing his bike Sunday afternoon, has been identified. 64-year-old Steve Novak crashed his bike just before one Saturday, near the intersection of Trafalgar Drive and Pamela Lane. Novak is believed to have lost Continue reading

Steamboat Police Look For Info On Bike Thieves

The Steamboat Springs Police Department is looking for two people suspected of stealing bicycles from Ski Haus in Steamboat. A man and a woman are accused of stealing two bikes from the store Tuesday afternoon around two in the afternoon. A $500 dollar Continue reading

Fire Destroys Home South Of Steamboat

A barbecue grill is believed to have caused a fire that destroyed a home Friday, in the Whitecotton neighborhood south of Steamboat Springs. Routt County Sheriff representative Kurtis Luster, confirmed that the grill is believed to have been left on by the homeowners, who were not at the residence when the fire occurred.  Neighbors Continue reading

Gondola And Bike Park Should Open Next Week

The opening of the gondola and the Steamboat Bike Park has been delayed. The city is currently waiting for  gondola parts to arrive, which will allow them to complete the construction. The Bike Park and Gondola are now expected to be opened a week Continue reading

Hunter Education Class Next Week

The City of Steamboat Springs Summer A.S.S.E.T. Camps are partnering with the Colorado Division of Wildlife to offer a full Hunter Education certification class next week. The class will be held Monday through Friday, with classroom sessions in the morning and activities in the afternoon. The class is designed for kids between 10 and 14 years Continue reading

Gardner Tours Western Slope, Stops In MOCO

Senator Cory Gardner took a tour of the Western Slope last week, to meet with healthcare providers, farmers and ranchers, elected representatives and public land officials. During the tour Gardner stopped in Loma, Palisade, and Mack. Gardner also visited Dinosaur National Monument to discuss the National Park System; Pioneers Medical Center in Continue reading

Woman Rescued From King Solomon Falls

A young woman had to be rescued Wednesday night from King Solomon Falls north of Steamboat. The 20-year-old injured her leg in a scree field in the area. A scree field is a collection of broken up rocks at the base of a cliff. It took Routt County Search and Rescue crews approximately 8 Continue reading

Fireworks Cause Fire and Explosion North Of Steamboat

A smoke device lit to limit mosquitoes near a camping area late Sunday afternoon lead to a fire and explosions. The situation on Routt County Road 52E about 5 miles north of Steamboat began when a man at the camp was burned by the smoke device and instinctively threw it. The device landed inside an enclosed trailer. The trailer contained several boxes of fireworks, which ignited and began Continue reading

UPDATE: What’s Going On For The 4th OF July?

There will an abundance of activities this long 4th of July weekend including public fireworks shows. In Craig the VFW/American Legion parade will begin at 11 Tuesday morning.  The parade will start at Veterans Hall, formerly the VFW.  The head west on Victory Way, then turn north on Ledford. Following the parade, their will be a dedication of the Craig WWII Memorial. All WWII veterans, their families Continue reading