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Book reviews: Apple doesn't fall far from tree

The apple doesn’t fall far from the spooky tree. Joe Hill, author of the novels “Heart-Shaped Box,” “Horns” and NOS4A2, is the son of horror legend Stephen King.

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Go Alpine recognized as a Colorado company to watch

The employees at Go Alpine Taxi in Steamboat Springs never know what to expect when they answer the phone.

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Business briefs: SSIR welcomes new broker

Steamboat Sotheby’s International Realty has hired Brooke Crofts as the newest broker associate, according to a news release.

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Top 10 most-viewed stories for the week of June 16 to June 22, 2016

Check out the most-viewed stories on our desktop site from the past week, and see what you missed.

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Jail Report for June 18 to June 24, 2016

The following is a list of people booked into Routt County Jail on suspicion of the listed charges. The arresting agency is listed in parentheses.

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Steamboat briefs: Chamber expects more than 12K visitors in town today

Approximately 12,200 visitors are expected to be in town today, according to the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association’s lodging barometer released Wednesday.

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County Council on Aging menus for week of June 20

County Council on Aging menus for week of June 20

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Totally Kids meal program menus for week of June 27

Totally Kids meal program menus for week of June 27

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School board approves 2016-17 budget in split vote

The Steamboat Springs Board of Education Friday voted 3-2 to approve the budget for the 2016-17 fiscal year.

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The Record for Thursday, June 23, 2016

8:09 a.m. Officers were called to a report of prescription medications stolen from a car overnight at a motel in the 200 block of Lincoln Avenue. Surveillance video was reviewed, and no one was seen going into he car.

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SSHS grad ready to take over family legacy of kicking for CSU

Joe DeLine, a 2016 Steamboat Springs High School graduate, plans to continue the family legacy. However, he also plans to take a somewhat rebellious approach.

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Puckett recognized as 1 of Colorado's best

Cole Puckett is well aware there are expectations hanging out there. With his family ski racing genes, how could there not be?

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Philanthropists honored for commitment to community

Philanthropy does not go unnoticed in Routt County, and for the 19th year, the Yampa Valley Community Foundation honored a handful of individuals who put their community first.

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More than 12,000 visitors expected in town today

Approximately 10,200 visitors are expected to be in town today, according to the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association’s lodging barometer released Wednesday.

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Steamboat briefs: Routt County Riders lead Emerald Trail work day

The North Routt Fire Protection District is inviting community members to an open house to check out the fire department’s new engine.

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Tuesday's primary election heats up for Colorado U.S. Senate race

On Tuesday, registered Republicans in Northwest Colorado who have not already participated in early voting will have some decisions to make. Following is a brief overview of the primary races concluding on Tuesday and the candidates competing.

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Steamboat firefighters join fray

Beaver Creek Fire continues to push east

Chief Mel Stewart said firefighters Julie Wernig and Matt Mathison have been assigned to protect structures and are scheduled to return to Steamboat on Sunday. They join the 150 people that are working the fire.

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Adventure of the Week: All-terrain vehicles

The only real memory I have of being on an all-terrain vehicle is of me — probably elementary school aged — sitting on the back, terrified, as my cousin took us over a small hill on his family ranch in south-central Kansas.

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Valicenti treasures final swings

Steamboat Springs High School grad Christi Valicenti didn't get a Disney-approved ending to her collegiate tennis career, but that did little to tarnish her four years as a college athlete.

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The Bock’s Office: ‘Finding Dory’ a fine, funny fin-tastic sequel

Memory is a tricky thing. A movie you held in high regard more than 10 years ago may remain in your mind as the best thing you’ve ever seen, or it could just as easily be replaced by the next big fad. Most viewers aren’t likely to forget the feature that preceded “Finding Dory,” yet most who watch this sequel will be remembering it for new reasons.

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