Routt County United Way recruiting holiday bell ringers |

Routt County United Way recruiting holiday bell ringers

Routt County United Way is in need of bell ringers. Shifts are available on weekends through Christmas

This is a festive opportunity for office groups, clubs or family to take a day and give back to the community by ringing a bell for donations in front of Safeway and City Market. All funds raised stay in Routt County to help local friends and neighbors in need. Visit to sign up.

Area dog, cat, pig licenses can be renewed beginning Friday

All 2017 Routt County dog, cat and pig licenses expire Dec 31. New 2018 licenses can be purchased beginning Friday, Dec 1.

All pigs located within city limits and dogs and cats located in the city of Steamboat Springs and within Routt County are required by law to be licensed yearly. To purchase a license, pet owners will need proof of a current rabies vaccination. The price for the yearly license is $5 for altered animals or $25 for unaltered animals.  Licenses can be purchased at Routt County Humane Society, 760 Critter Court or at local veterinarian offices.

Those who live within the towns of Yampa, Hayden or Oak Creek need to purchase their licenses at the respective town’s town hall.

Free local library yin yoga practice slated to be held Sunday

Bud Werner Memorial Library’s free community yoga practice continues with a focus on the hips sequence of Paul Grilley’s “Yin Yoga: The Foundations of a Quiet Practice” at 10 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 3 in Library Hall. The one-hour practice is designed for all levels to work at their own pace. Bring your own mat and blanket, and any props you might require, such as a pillow or bolster.

The library’s free community yoga practice is for all ages, abilities and experience levels and is intended for anyone who wants to build a personal home yoga practice while checking out the variety of free library resources available to help guide you.

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