These were the most-read stories from Jan. 14-20 at SteamboatPilot.com.
The cast of “Relatively Famous: Ranch Rules” includes, from left, Ebie, the daughter of the late rapper and hip-hop star Eazy-E; Hana Giraldo, the daughter of Neil Giraldo and Pat Benatar; Austin Gunn, the son of professional wrestler Billy Gunn and brother to Colten Gunn; Myles O’Neal, the stepson of NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal and son to TV personality Shaunie O’Neal; Tay Hasselhoff, the daughter of David Hasselhoff Redmond Parker, the son of Grammy-winning singer Ray Parker Jr.; Harry James Thornton, the son of former Playboy model Pietra Dawn Cherniak and Jasmin Page Lawrence, the daughter of actor Martin Lawrence. Thomas Cooper/E! Entertainment 1. Cast goes to screen, giving Steamboat its first look at ‘Relatively Famous: Ranch Rules’ 2. Rogue snowmobiler fined $10,000, sentenced to 160 hours of public service A fire broke out at the Peak Ready Mix plant at 1645 Shield Drive on Wednesday, Jan. 20. No one was hurt in the blaze. John F. Russell/Steamboat Pilot & Today. 3. Fire at concrete plant on west end of Steamboat contained 4. Preliminary report reveals some details about Emerald Mountain plane crash Savannah Wolfson, a mom from Oak Creek, is running for District 26 in the Colorado House of Representatives, which includes Routt County. Savannah Wolfson/Courtesy 5. Oak Creek mom announces run for Colorado House seat Carnage ensures during the Stampede race at the Cowboy Downhill on Monday, Jan. 17, at Steamboat Resort. The annual event brings the men and women of the pro rodeo circuit up to Routt County for a day of racing on skis and snowboards. Eli Pace/Steamboat Pilot & Today 6. Cowboy Dowhill: It doesn’t get more ‘Western’ than this, rodeo queen says Steamboat Springs resident and The Grand Bevy business founder Josh Rosenthal appeared on Access television show in December with show host Kit Hoover. left, and actress Vivica A. Fox. Courtesy photo 7. Steamboat business turns party drinks into Grand production 8. Dropping reservoirs create green light for sustainability on Colorado River 9. Parks and recreation moves toward more strictly regulated use of Emerald Mountain trails 10. Short-term rentals on the table for Colorado legislators