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Marijuana inspectors visit Oak Creek businesses

An inspection Wednesday at two marijuana businesses in Oak Creek could lead to action being taken by state and Oak Creek officials.

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Gardening with Deb Babcock: Plant garlic now for bigger bulbs next fall

Spaghetti sauce, Caesar salad, shrimp scampi and many other favorite foods have a common ingredient that can be easily grown here in the mountains: garlic.

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More than 250 new students boost enrollment at CMC

Enrollment at Colorado Mountain College's Alpine campus is on the rise, with increased applicants and more than 250 new students, college administrators announced this week.

Diana Eubank: Trashy talk, trashy pond

I so enjoyed watching four young boys play and swim with the abandon and innocence of youth this past Sunday at Fetcher Pond, that is until their very nasty and foul language, at a loud volume, began.

Our View: The challenge is elementary

We were as surprised as many of you were Tuesday morning to pick up our electronic devices and read the news that the Steamboat Springs School District is already behind the curve in making plans to build a third elementary school.

2014 Routt County Fair Exhibit Hall results

2014 Routt County Fair Exhibit Hall results

Broncos trade for kicker Brandon McManus

When word of Matt Prater’s pending four-game suspension came down, Denver rookie kicker Mitch Ewald said, “There’s an opening there. Is it for me? Who knows? It might be, it might be for somebody else.” The rookie from Indiana saw Tuesday that he wasn’t in the Broncos’ plans.

Steamboat briefs: South Routt Medical Clinic hosts open house Saturday

An open house will be held from noon to 2 p.m. Saturday at the newly remodeled South Routt Medical Clinic in Oak Creek.

Sheep farmer who died in ATV crash was dedicated to industry, children

The Greeley man who died in an all-terrain vehicle accident last week in North Routt County is remembered as a hard-working sheep farmer who was dedicated to educating future generations.

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Trio of Steamboat Springs entrepreneurs wins at Breckenridge startup weekend

Lindsay Balgooyen and her brother, Dan, were hiking around Smith Rock in Oregon in May when they thought of their big business idea. Just weeks later, their new entrepreneurial endeavor would take the top prize at the Breckenridge Startup Weekend and spur a move from Steamboat Springs to new shared office space in Frisco.

The Record for Monday, Aug. 25, 2014

1:12 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a suspicious incident at a campground in the 3600 block of Lincoln Avenue. Someone’s trailer was being rocked side to side. The culprits could not be located.

After marathon of meetings, city prepares to give Steamboat City Council 1st look at 2015 budget

Staff on Sept. 2 will host a preliminary budget workshop with the council.

Spoke Talk: There’s an app (or 2) for that

For those with smartphones, here are some essential apps out there to take your riding to the next level. You can track, analyze, share and get coaching to take you there.

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Steamboat Today celebrates 25 years with event at Depot Art Center

About 300 people came to celebrate 25 years of the daily newspaper with the Steamboat Today staff at the Depot Art Center on Friday evening.

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Colorado Group Realty gives $23,500 in grants to nonprofits

Colorado Group Realty has awarded $23,500 to local nonprofits as part of the ninth annual Charitable Foundation grant program.

Summit-X Enduro Benefit Race: Downhill biking results for Aug. 24, 2014

Summit-X Enduro Benefit Race: Downhill biking results for Aug. 24, 2014

Steamboat briefs: Wild West Air Fest seeking volunteers this weekend

The 10th annual Wild West Air Fest is looking for volunteers for shifts Saturday and Sunday.

Demographer urges Steamboat School Board to build 3rd elementary school

The Steamboat Springs School District needs to build a third elementary school to accommodate increasing enrollment, a demographer said Monday.

The Record for Sunday, Aug. 24, 2014

10:17 p.m. Officers were called to a report of a bear at Ninth and Pine Street.

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Steamboat Springs School Board is skeptical of city's urban renewal plan

School board members see the plan as coming at the expense of their future tax funding.


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