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Summit win knocks Steamboat boys soccer into sprint for 2nd

The Steamboat boys soccer team lost, 3-0, at Summit on Tuesday, setting the Sailors up for a dogfight for the second-place position in the Western Slope League.

Andrea Wilhelm: Another perspective

As the human resources director at Casey’s Pond Senior Living, I felt it was important to communicate a perspective on how the city’s recent decision about parking on Owl Hoot Trail will affect our employees, residents, guests and daily operations.

Our View: Stick to the point

The Steamboat Springs City Council recently reviewed its rules for public comments at meetings and decided to stick with its policy of limiting citizens’ input to three minutes at the podium on a given subject. Council members also will continue the practice of listening to the comments but not engaging in a public debate about the stated concerns.

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Steamboat astronaut Steve Swanson glad to be back on Earth after nearly half a year in space

"The ground was wonderful," Swanson said Tuesday as he reflected on his return to Earth. "It was nice to feel the weather again. My legs were a little wobbly when I walked, but I was happy. Life was great at that moment."

Walton, Sailors shine at state golf

Steamboat Springs High School junior Britt Walton shined on Tuesday, placing sixth overall and helping his team to a fifth-place finish at the state golf tournament in Pueblo.

How to vote in the upcoming downtown BID tax election

Casting ballots in the upcoming downtown business improvement tax election will be a bit complicated for some commercial property owners and tenants.

Steamboat briefs: Road work planned from Anglers to Walton Creek

Construction continues this week on U.S. Highway 40 east and west of downtown Steamboat Springs. Current work, according to a news release from Connell Resources, includes installing concrete curbs and gutters, sidewalks and ADA-compliant curb ramp improvements on the Anglers Drive, Walton Creek Road and Pine Grove Road intersections.

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Tales from the Tread: Bloom where you are planted

A great way to explore Steamboat Springs' fascinating history is through the Tread of Pioneers Museum’s upcoming Downtown Historic Walking Tours at 5 p.m. Oct. 3 and at 10 a.m. Oct. 18.

The Record for Monday, Sept. 29, 2014

7:17 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a person in the 2700 block of Après Ski Way who was having a dispute with a contractor.

Navigator Awards chart a course to new venue at Strings Pavilion

The Navigator Awards present an opportunity to celebrate the best business practices of successful entrepreneurs in the community.

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Hunting season still going strong in Northwest Colorado

What's left of Colorado's 2014 hunting season?

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Soroco's Kelley soars to 2nd in cross-country race

Soroco freshman Ben Kelley was second in a cross-country race in Summit County.

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Spoke Talk: It’s a wrap!

This week wraps up a summer of Spoke Talk columns — yet another sign that cycling days are dwindling and snow soon will be flying.

Craig-Scheckman Family Foundation to provide kindergarten scholarships

More students will be able to attend full-day kindergarten in the Steamboat Springs School District this year, thanks to a donation to the program from the Craig-Scheckman Family Foundation.

Steamboat briefs: Wednesday's Coffee and a Newspaper to include 'Reporter Roundtable'

The next Coffee and a Newspaper will be held from 7:30 to 9 a.m. Wednesday at the newspaper office, 1901 Curve Plaza. This month’s event will feature a “Reporter Roundtable” with journalists Tom Ross, Matt Stensland, Joel Reichenberger, Scott Franz, Audrey Dwyer, Ben Ingersoll, Teresa Ristow and John Russell in attendance.

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Leaders of business improvement district address concerns at tax proposal meeting

The leaders of Steamboat Springs' downtown business improvement district Monday night continued to make their case for why downtown property owners should embrace a property tax increase to pay for additional marketing and maintenance.

The Record for Sunday, Sept. 28, 2014

1:20 a.m. Officers were called to a report of a 1994 gold Saturn car with a Space Station sticker on the trunk that was stolen from a parking lot at Yampa and Seventh streets. Police said the keys were left in the center console. Officers still are looking for the vehicle.

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The BARley offers a taste of Colorado

Focusing on the richness of the craft beer movement that is expanding throughout the state, The BARley: Colorado Craft & Draft is dedicated to bringing the taste of Colorado to Steamboat and also offers a new kind of bar experience.

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Local groups tackling issue of limited kitchen space in Steamboat Springs

Representatives from Mainstreet Steamboat Springs, the Community Agriculture Alliance, the city of Steamboat Springs, the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association and some local food producers have joined forces to discuss the apparent lack of rentable commercial kitchen space.

Callie Bradley: 1st DitchFest a success

If you weren’t in Decker Park in Oak Creek on Sept. 20, you may very well wish you had been. Locals and out-of-towners alike were entertained by some great music, art, exhibits and games.


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