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Adult rec volleyball results for March 30

Volleyball results

Steamboat briefs: Photo submissions for bike guide due by 5 p.m. Tuesday

Steamboat Bike Town USA Initiative, in partnership with the Steamboat Pilot & Today, is currently requesting photography submissions for the 2015 Steamboat Springs Bike Guide. A cover photo, an inside cover and other photos are needed.

Curtis J. Comeau: Bear myopia won’t do

Though I applaud the City Council’s decision regarding commercial dumpster bear proofing, why do they continue to ignore the same solution for residential?

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Rural mail carrier has been making her rounds for 47 years

Driving mostly dirt roads through one of the least-visited corners of Routt County, JoAnn Lombardi of Oak Creek has faithfully delivered the mail to a handful of longtime rural households for 47 years.

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Police station committee to explore wide range of options for new station

In many ways, the citizen police station committee is taking the police station project back to square one.

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Local event to support National Autism Awareness Day Thursday

With the help of Natural Grocers, the Light It Up Blue campaign will be celebrated in Steamboat to support World Autism Awareness Day.

Steamboat Springs School District strategic plan unveiled

After nearly a year in the making, a comprehensive strategic plan for the Steamboat Springs School District was presented to the School Board Monday night.

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High levels of meth found in man who held officers hostage

An autopsy report revealed that James Brent Damon, the man who briefly held two officers hostage in Moffat County on March 9 before being shot and killed, had extremely high levels of methamphetamines in his blood.

The Record for Sunday, March 29, 2015

7:04 p.m. Officers were called to a report of a suspicious incident in the 1700 block of Lincoln Avenue. A person saw an outdoor freezer door open, and it appeared as though food items were thawing in the sun.

Jimmy Westlake: Egg moon to be eclipsed Saturday

Early next Saturday morning, Coloradans will experience the third total lunar eclipse of the current tetrad of lunar eclipses.

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'Great, awesome and fun' reign on duals day

Nessa Dziemian and Thomas Rowley capped great seasons with dual moguls national championships Sunday.

Steamboat briefs: Click It or Ticket campaign set to begin on Monday

Steamboat Springs Police Department officers this week will be on the lookout for drivers who are not buckled up. The statewide rural enforcement Click It or Ticket campaign begins Monday and runs through Sunday.

Elaine Dermody: Investigation questions

The city is hiring a former police chief whose department under her leadership was accused of having a harsh work environment and staff faced allegations of sexual harassment. This person is now going to fairly investigate similar charges against the Steamboat Springs Police Department leadership. Really?

The Record for Saturday, March 28, 2015

4:39 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a suspicious vehicle in the area of Yampa Street and Seventh Street. An officer checked on a car parked in a parking lot at an odd hour but determined it was nothing serious.

Top 3 performances of the weekend in Routt County high school sports

Andrew Firestone fires in five goals, Steamboat Springs girls tennis gets strong doubles play and Sailors girls soccer is red hot in this weekend's preps sports roundup.

Soroco's Peterson leads the way at big Broomfield meet

The Sailors' distance runners and the Soroco Rams' field athletes led the way for Routt County in Friday's Broomfield Shootout track and field invitational.

Tired Sailors fall to Windsor

The Steamboat Springs High School boys lacrosse team ran out of gas Saturday morning at Windsor, falling, 10-6.

Steamboat-Battle mountain soccer rivalry to decide league leader

The Steamboat Springs High School girls soccer team blasted Montezuma-Cortez Saturday, and now all of the Sailors' focus goes toward its showdown with undefeated Battle Mountain Tuesday in Edwards.

South Routt schools will have new leaders

Both South Routt Elementary and Soroco middle and high schools will see new leadership this fall, following the resignation of one principal and the position change of another.

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