Routt County Clerk’s Voter Service Center opens Saturday |

Routt County Clerk’s Voter Service Center opens Saturday

Routt County voters wishing to turn in their completed ballots for the Nov. 7 election while they are out doing errands Saturday, Nov. 4, may do so 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Routt County Clerk’s Voter Service Center. It is accessible through the courthouse entrance on the north side of the building, adjacent to the parking lot, at 522 Lincoln Ave. Visit for more information.

Howelsen Nordic Ambassador Program seeks volunteers

 The city of Steamboat Springs is seeking friendly, outgoing volunteers, to greet Howelsen Hill Nordic trail users and educate them on appropriate use of the facility. All volunteer hours count towards a free 2017/2018 Howelsen Hill Nordic Pass.

Volunteers work a series of one-hour shifts, with no more than four shifts per week, at their convenience and as their schedules allow. Adults are required to work a total of twelve hours and seniors, 65 year and older, are required to work a total of eight hours to receive a free pass.

If you are interested in becoming a Nordic Ambassador, and would like additional information regarding the program, please contact Emily Hines at 970.871.7031 or

Howelsen season passes on sale in anticipation of Opening Day

 Colorado’s most historic ski area wll become more affordable when it offers free skiing Sundays during the upcoming 2017/18 winter season. This winter, Steamboat Springs City Council approved free skiing Sundays when the ski area is open for public skiing. Due to competitions and special events, every Sunday may not be available; however, a full calendar of available free Sunday skiing will be announced.

 In addition to free Sunday skiing, Howelsen Hill offers affordable options for individuals and families looking for all-access, Alpine or Nordic passes. Purchase your season pass by Nov. 18 to ensure the lowest price available.  Howelsen Hill Ski Area is scheduled to open November 25 (conditions permitting) and close March 11.

Season passes may be purchased online at

Steamboat Springs High School to host viewing of ‘Screenagers’

The award-winning film “Screenagers” will be shown at 6 p.m. Monday, Nov. 6 in the Steamboat Springs High School auditorium The free showing is aimed at middle school and high school students and their families but is open to the community. The film offers solutions on how adults can empower kids to best navigate the digital world. A panel discussion will follow the film, which will have Spanish subtitles.

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