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Stork & Bear Co. wins Best Clothing Store: Children’s for Best of Summit 2022

For the owner of Stork & Bear Co. and Around the World Toys, there’s never a dull moment at the store, which was voted both Best Clothing Store: Children’s and Best Toy Store in the... → Read More

After months of public pressure, Summit Fire & EMS board selects a design for a Silverthorne fire station

The Summit Fire and EMS board of directors has chosen a concept for a fire station in Silverthorne — a move that comes after months of public pressure at Silverthorne Town Council meetings. Residents on... → Read More

Town of Breckenridge looks to increase wages for town employees

The town of Breckenridge took a look at a recent staffing analysis, and council members said they are on board with budgeting for a raise for employees. The town’s administration had been tasked with developing... → Read More

Summit Fire & EMS board to review Silverthorne fire station designs Tuesday

The board of directors for Summit Fire & EMS will review conceptual designs for a Silverthorne fire station at a 9 a.m. meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 15, at 35 County Shops Road in Frisco. Summit... → Read More

Frisco looks into microtransit to help fill gaps in public transit

In an effort to help connect the local workforce across Summit County, the town of Frisco is looking into microtransit options to operate alongside Summit Stage bus routes. Council members discussed how microtransit — or... → Read More

Frisco discusses single-use plastic policies ahead of Plastic Pollution Reduction Act requirements

As communities across the West work to reduce their impacts on climate change, the town of Frisco discussed potential options for reducing the use of single-use plastics, such as water bottles. In 2021, the Plastic... → Read More

Town of Breckenridge takes a look at workforce development that would address ‘the missing middle’

Town staff and developers presented options to Breckenridge Town Council regarding Stables Village, an affordable housing project that aims to address housing needs for middle class families. The proposed Stables Village would be adjacent to... → Read More

Wednesday’s storm refreshes snow totals to a previously dry, warm week

This week in Summit County has been warmer than usual, but snow that moved in Wednesday night brought a small boost of moisture to the mountains. According to OpenSnow, Copper Mountain Resort recorded 6 inches... → Read More

McCluskie wins Colorado House of Representatives District 13 seat

Democrat Julie McCluskie has won re-election to represent Summit County and the rest of District 13 at the Colorado House of Representatives, according to preliminary results as of 8:10 p.m. Tuesday. McCluskie defeated Republican challenger... → Read More

Elisabeth Lawrence picked to continue serving as Summit County commissioner

Incumbent Elisabeth Lawrence will retain her place on the Summit County Board of Commissioners. Lawrence will continue to represent District 1, which includes the town of Breckenridge. Lawrence, who ran as a Democrat, was first... → Read More

Summit County’s last-minute election guide breaks down the races ahead of Election Day

As the 2022 election season comes to a close on Tuesday evening, over 7,000 Summit County voters returned their ballots to the county clerk’s office, which is about 32.9% of the county’s 21,269 active registered... → Read More

Soy sauce spilled all over Interstate 70 Wednesday, adding to Summit’s history of large-scale food spills

A semitractor-trailer spilled soy sauce all over Interstate 70 Wednesday, temporarily closing the eastbound lanes near Frisco at around 1 p.m. Summit Fire & EMS crews were dispatched to the scene, as it was originally... → Read More

Rockfall maintenance near Georgetown to cause traffic stops on Interstate 70

Traffic will be periodically stopped in both directions on Interstate 70 at Georgetown between the hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 1, for rockfall mitigation. Vehicles will be stopped for about 20... → Read More

Last week’s snow storms help push Loveland Ski Area to plan opening day for Thursday Nov. 3

Colorado snow enthusiasts will soon be able to celebrate another ski area opening to the public this week. Loveland Ski Area, which is just outside of Summit County, will open this Thursday, Nov. 3, for... → Read More

Breckenridge looks ahead at data, campaigns for winter tourism season as bookings dip

As ski areas across the county and beyond have begun to open, interested community members gathered Thursday, Oct. 27, at Breckenridge Town Hall to hear a preview of the winter season in Breckenridge. Looking forward,... → Read More

After a snow-filled week, sunshine is forecast for Summit County

Last week’s storms brought on excitement in Summit County as the first ski areas began to open, and this week will follow up with mainly sunny skies and warmer temperatures. OpenSnow reported that 10 inches... → Read More

Silverthorne First Friday to honor Dia de los Muertos

The town of Silverthorne is celebrating Dia de los Muertos for its November First Friday on Nov. 4 from 5:30-8:30 p.m at The Pad. The event will feature face painting, music from DJ Atrapado and... → Read More

Summit Community Care Clinic encourages screenings as Breast Cancer Awareness Month comes to an end

The Summit Community Care Clinic is encouraging community members to get scheduled for routine breast cancer screenings. Breast Cancer Awareness Month ends Monday, Oct. 31, but the services are offered year-round. The clinic can guide... → Read More

Sen. Michael Bennet urges US Postal Service to address rural mail service problems

Sen. Michael Bennet sent a letter to U.S. Post office leaders urging the them to prioritize improvements to on-time delivery, service and operations as money from the Postal Service Reform Act is distributed. Over the... → Read More

Tourism report shows ‘room to make up’ in Breckenridge as summer season comes to a close

As many look ahead to the Breckenridge ski season starting within the next few weeks, the Breckenridge Tourism Office gave an update to council members about how the end of the summer wrapped up following... → Read More