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Few surprises in Eagle County’s primary voting

There were few, if any, surprises in Tuesday’s primary election. Eagle’s Glenn Lowe III, a Republican, carried his home county, but fell short in his primary bid to be the state representative for District 26 against Savannah Wolfson of Oak Creek. Wolfson in the November election will face Steamboat Springs Democrat Meghan Lukens.
EAGLE COUNTY, CO
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CPW sets trap for bear that entered west Steamboat home

The morning of Wednesday, June 29, Colorado Parks and Wildlife got a call that a bear had entered a home on Indian Trail in west Steamboat Springs, according to Christy Bubenheim, administrative assistant at CPW in Steamboat Springs. The bear entered the home through an open window and snacked on Nutella, Tostitos and more, tracking its messy paws on the floors, as documented in photos from Bubenheim.
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, CO
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Journey of Hope cyclists to ride through Craig and Steamboat

Look for cyclists rolling through Craig Thursday and then on into Steamboat on Friday. It’s members of the Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity, who are on the Journey of Hope North team. They’re on a 3,700 mile cross country journey for 63 days, from San Francisco through to Washington D.C. The 22 cyclists are riding with The Ability Experience which raises awareness and support for people with disabilities.
CRAIG, CO
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Two new board members elected to YVEA co-op

Two fresh faces will join the nine-member Yampa Valley Electric Association board of directors in late July following election results announced during the annual meeting of the co-op on Tuesday, June 28, in Craig. Steamboat Springs small-business owner and building energy consultant Dan LeBlanc won the board seat for District...
CRAIG, CO
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3Spine completes 1st US cases with Motus device

The first cases with 3Spine's Motus device for the lumbar spine were completed as part of an Investigational Device Exemption trial. Benjamin Geddes, MD, of Center for Sports Medicine and Orthopaedics Surgery Center in Chattanooga, Tenn., and Alex Sielatycki, MD, of Steamboat Orthopaedic and Spine Institute in Steamboat Springs, Colo., completed the first cases, according to a June 9 news release.
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, CO
Steamboat Pilot & Today

Is a 20% tax on STRs too much? Not for Crested Butte and Ouray

Before the Steamboat Springs City Council progressed toward asking voters to put a steep tax on short-term rentals, members of the lodging community warned the hike would be detrimental to the local economy. The majority of council members favored asking voters for a 9% tax on short-term rentals specifically, carving...
CRESTED BUTTE, CO
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Rainbow Gathering, Fourth of July activity prompt wildfire helicopters at airport

The cavalry has arrived. As part of a prepositioning strategy for the upcoming fire season, two helicopters contracted by the U.S. Forest Service — one from Minuteman Aviation, Inc. and another from Rainier Heli International — were recently stationed at the Steamboat Springs Airport as part of a broader Type 3 Incident Management Team.
ROUTT COUNTY, CO
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Colorado Parks and Wildlife sets trap for bear that entered west Steamboat home

The morning of Wednesday, June 29, Colorado Parks and Wildlife got a call that a bear had entered a home on Indian Trail in west Steamboat Springs, according to Christy Bubenheim, administrative assistant at CPW in Steamboat Springs. The bear entered the home through an open window and snacked on Nutella, Tostitos and more, tracking its messy paws on the floors, as documented in photos from Bubenheim.
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Camping Done Right in Steamboat Springs

Camping in Steamboat Springs should be on your summer bucket list. It’s one of the best ways to enjoy the great outdoors, unplug, and unwind. Whether you crave the solitude of dispersed camping or really need a flush toilet and shower at a developed campground, camping options abound in the Yampa Valley.
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, CO
Steamboat Pilot & Today

Brad Meeks ends 11 years at helm of Steamboat schools

For many, Steamboat Springs is a destination they are trying to get to. But in 2011, Brad Meeks had never been to Ski Town, USA. His wife found the job posting for the Steamboat Springs School District Superintendent and he applied. Then a superintendent at a school district in Farmington,...
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, CO
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Fourth of July 2022 Schedule

The Steamboat Springs Chamber, in partnership with Yampa Valley Bank, is excited to present the 119th Annual Cowboys’ Roundup Days Fourth of July Parade this year. This event is an opportunity to honor the Yampa Valley’s rich western heritage while bringing the community together each year. This year's...
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, CO
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Sunset Kicks Things Off

As you unwind from the day’s activities and the sun begins to set, Steamboat Springs’ world of culinary delights and live entertainment comes to life. Head downtown for a family outing or date night right in the heart of Steamboat Springs’ restaurant scene. Walk along Lincoln Avenue or Yampa Street for a peaceful ambience under the twinkling lights and easy access to many restaurants.
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Obituary: Thomas “Jed” Jedediah Collins

Born and raised in Steamboat Springs, CO, Jed lived his life to the fullest with a sense of adventure and love for the out-of-doors, his two daughters Mia and Keely, his family, and friends, He died of natural causes on December 13, 2021. Growing up, Jed explored and fished Butcher...
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Steamboat’s women’s rugby team celebrates a decade

The Steamboat Springs Women’s Rugby team is celebrating its 10-year anniversary this summer. The team started up in 2012 behind a passion for the sport and a desire to create a new social outlet for the women of Steamboat Springs. Sarah Tiedeken, the team president, has devoted 10 years...
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Art Thrives Amidst Nature

The Yampa Valley is brimming with artistic talent, as artists come from far and wide to gain inspiration from this mountain landscape. An ever-expanding array of art galleries, venues and performances define Steamboat’s arts community and promise to make your visit inspiring. Steamboat Creates, housed in the historic Depot...
YAMPA, CO
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A Whirlwind Tour of South Routt County

The authentic Western experience would be incomplete without venturing out of Steamboat Springs on Colorado 131 and into South Routt County, or “South Routt” as Yampa Valley locals call it. This area is known for its rich ranching and mining history and friendly, laid-back lifestyle. Just a 20-minute...
ROUTT COUNTY, CO
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