Most read stories of the week at |

Most read stories of the week at

These were the most-read stories from April 22-28 at

Steamboat Pilot & Today

1. Steamboat couple testifies at state Senate on fentanyl crisis

2. Cow and calf moose euthanized after vehicle collisions

Owner Jun Zhang and his partner May Li took over operations of the long-running Steamboat Springs restaurant Sambi Canton in the Victoria Building at 941 Lincoln Ave. and recently changed the name to Ocean Dragon.
John F. Russell/Steamboat Pilot & Today.

3. Sambi Canton restaurant changes name, ownership in Steamboat Springs

Warm temperatures last week melted more than 2 inches of snow water equivalent from the Yampa, White and Little Snake River Basin in just four days.
Dylan Anderson/Steamboat Pilot & Today

4. Steamboat is 55 inches of snow short of average this winter

5. First-responders feeling the effects of housing crisis

6. 67-wild horses dead from unknown illness at Colorado holding facility

7. Reservations for Routt County area campgrounds have changed for summer 2022

The gym and wellness facility at the Foundry Treatment Center caught fire on April 22. The fire was quickly put out, but made the facility unusable for an undetermined amount of time.
Shelby Reardon/Steamboat Pilot & Today

8. Fire at foundry scorches gym and wellness facility

9. Routt County officials get emergency management training with rainbow gathering, wildfires in mind

Crews from Duckels Construction start work on the medians between Old Fish Creek Falls Road and Anglers Drive on Monday, April 25. The project is expected to continue throughout the summer.
John F. Russell/Steamboat Pilot & Todaysmaller revegetated spaces with drought resistant grass, plants, and trees in specific locations.

10. Median replacement project underway in Steamboat Springs

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