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Steamboat briefs: Kids’ Dance Party benefits free Children’s Book Feast

Bud Werner Memorial Library is hosting a Kids’ Dance Party on from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. today in Library Hall. The event will include a baked goods table, raffle drawing and costume contest.

Golds qualify for finals at U.S. Open

Taylor Gold and Arielle Gold both rode well enough Thursday in the U.S. Open half-pipe qualification round to earn a spot in Saturday's finals.

Steamboat swimmers head to Thornton for State Swimming Championships

Swimmers in Steamboat Springs spend the winter outside training in all types of weather, but this weekend a group of five will head to Thornton looking to stay warm inside and drop time in the pool.

Steamboat's Madden scores thrilling win at Nordic Combined Junior Nationals

Opening competition of the 2015 Ski Jumping and Nordic Combined Junior Nationals at Howelsen Hill didn't disappoint with a thrilling, near photo finish in the final event.

Nordic athletes top of the heap

Avery Harrington claimed the overall U14 girls Rocky Mountain Nordic division season championship last weekend, leading the way for another strong weekend of skiing for Nordic athletes.

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Woodcarver to visit Hayden library Friday

Michael Bishop, of Mack, his wife and large family of five college students and four homeschooled children live on 18 acres using wind and solar power only.

Fundraising campaign lassos nearly $16K for spur-shaped holiday decorations

Donations to the campaign came from a mix of local businesses, part-time residents and downtown residents.

Dog's Eye View: Close encounters of the worst kind

This time of year with snow on the ground and sidewalks and trails narrowing to single file, the encounters between dogs and humans take on a new and frightening aspect.

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City beefing up leash law enforcement

The increased enforcement of the leash law is the city's response to some recent complaints about dogs that are off leash getting into confrontations with leashed dogs on popular trails on Emerald Mountain.

North Routt Fire Protection District awarded $175,000 grant

The North Routt Fire Protection District learned last week it was awarded a $175,000 grant from energy impact funds distributed by the Colorado Department of Local Affairs.

The Record for Wednesday, March 4, 2015

9:40 p.m. Officers were called to a report of a suspicious person in the 1600 block of Lincoln Avenue. The person was given a hotel voucher.

Community Ag Alliance: The significance of the blue corduroy jacket

Back in the back closet of many homes in northwestern Colorado, there is a corduroy blue jacket that somehow manages to keep its place in the closet despite the lack of wear in recent years. That old FFA jacket comes out a bit more this time year as FFA Week is celebrated locally and nationally.

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The Bock’s Office: ‘Focus’ a sham of a scam movie

If you own corrective eyewear, and you’re planning to see the film “Focus,” you may just want to leave your glasses or contacts at home. Watching it as a total blur can only be an improvement.

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Tales from the Tread: Extraordinary Eleanor Bliss

In celebration of Women’s History Month in March, this article features an extraordinary woman in Steamboat Springs history — trailblazer Eleanor Bliss.

First Friday Artwalk listings for March 6, 2015

First Friday Artwalk listings for March 6, 2015, from 5 to 8 p.m. in downtown Steamboat Springs.

Steamboat Springs Symphony Orchestra to feature Broadway star

This weekend, Tiffany Haas, who has appeared on Broadway as Glinda in "Wicked," will be the featured singer for the Steamboat Springs Symphony Orchestra concert, "Brahms, Bernstein and Broadway."

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Mangelsen to introduce new book to Steamboat at gallery reception

This Saturday, legendary wildlife photographer Tom Mangelsen will be in Steamboat Springs to sign and discuss his new book, "The Last Great Wild Places."

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Judges denies bond for man accused of first-degree murder

A Routt County couple is being held at the Routt County Jail on suspicion of charges related to first-degree murder, and authorities still have not disclosed what they know about Edward Zimmerman, who was reported missing Saturday.

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Ranchlands art exhibit comes to Steamboat Springs for the first time

Branding, horseback riding and the landscape are a few elements that can be seen in the Ranchlands Exhibit at the Depot Art Center. The range of artwork will be on display for the month of March starting today.

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Routt County couple arrested on first-degree murder charges

Before being able to post a $10,000 bond, a man being held at Routt County Jail was booked on charges of first-degree murder, according to Routt County Court records.


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