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Steamboat briefs: John Chavez slated to give history talk in Oak Creek

John Chavez is slated to speak from 6 to 7 p.m. today at the Tracks & Trails Museum in Oak Creek.

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Rams running toward big state results

The Soroco High School girls track team could be on the verge of its best season in years, but with three weeks remaining before the state track meet, things could go very right or very wrong.

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Bear in trash: The Record for Tuesday, April 25, 2017

7:05 a.m. Oak Creek Fire Protection District firefighters were called to help with downed power lines in the 200 block of North Grant Avenue.

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Residents start to weigh in on large downtown development proposal

A revised plan for RiverView includes a public riverside path that spans from a proposed public plaza at Fifth and Yampa streets to a piece of open space near the river’s confluence with Spring Creek.

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Steamboat man pleads not guilty to 41 felonies

A lengthy trial has been scheduled for the Steamboat Springs man charged with 41 felonies related to accusations that he exchanged drugs for sex with underage girls.

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Atmospheric scientist talks about future of Steamboat snowfall

Bud Werner Memorial Library and Yampatika present “The Science of Snowfall with Atmospheric Scientist Kevin Cooper,” a free community science talk exploring the impact of mid-level jet stream patterns and trends on Steamboat Springs’ seasonal snowfall.

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Documentary about Standing Rock to screen at library

Bud Werner Memorial Library presents a community screening of “Awake: A Dream from Standing Rock,” a new documentary film by Academy Award-nominated director Josh Fox, at 6:30 p.m. Monday, May 1 in Library Hall.

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Film about Florida’s forgotten coast to screen at library

Bud Werner Memorial Library presents a free screening of “Forgotten Coast,” a featured documentary by Eric Bendick from the 2016 International Wildlife Film Festival, at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 2 in Library Hall.

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Local lawmakers react to transportation bill dying

Local state lawmakers who co-sponsored a bill that could have injected billions of dollars into transportation shared their frustrations after the bill failed to pass committee Tuesday.

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Aspen area home sells for $30 million

The local real estate market got a jolt Monday with the $30 million sale of a Red Mountain residence, the biggest single-family home sale so far this year and in all of 2016 in Pitkin County.

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Planning commission bucks county recommendation, wants part of scenic road to remain public

A public outcry from cyclists, birders and artists helped convince the Routt County Planning Commission to vote against a proposal to privatize part of a scenic county road south of Lake Catamount.

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Steamboat briefs: Gondola work will close Gondola Square, promenade

Gondola Square and the promenade between the Sheraton and One Steamboat Place will be closed through late June while crews work to update the gondola. Guests are asked to use caution, follow all detours, obey signage and stay out of construction zones in the base area.

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Making state a team goal for Hayden track

Hayden hasn't qualified more than four athletes for the state track meet since 2011, but the Tigers are deeper in talent than they've been in that time and, thanks to a big batch of contending relays, poised for a breakthrough.

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One Steamboat Place condo sells for $1,446 per square foot

OSP pegs $8.6 million in condo sales

Is pending Steamboat Ski Resort sale already fueling high-end condo sales?

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Storm drops a foot of snow at higher elevations

Much of the Yampa Valley woke up to a dusting of snow Tuesday morning, but it was a different story at higher elevations.

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Downed trees cause outages in South Routt County

Winter weather Monday night took its toll on power lines maintained by Yampa Valley Electric Association in South Routt County.

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Who's knocking on my door?: The Record for Monday, April 24, 2017

7:28 a.m. Officers were called to a report of a person who made a threatening comment at a convenience store in the 500 block of Marketplace Plaza. A warning was issued.

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2 earthquakes rattle Northwest Colorado last week

Rangely and Craig earth moves from 3.7 and 3.9 tremors

The earth made some rumbles at about 11 a.m. on Earth Day, Saturday when a minor earthquake originating roughly 3 miles west, northwest of Rangley left some people feeling shaken.

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City officials, Steamboat Ski Area moving ahead with Howelsen Hill talks

City of Steamboat Springs officials don’t think the pending sale of Steamboat Ski Area will throw a mogul in the resort’s potential bid to take over Howelsen Hill operations.

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Our view: Now’s the time to connect

"We agree with our council president that the people living in West Steamboat deserve the same access to bike and pedestrian trails that the rest of the city enjoys . . ." — Editorial Board


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