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Sailor tennis has no trouble with Durango

The Steamboat Springs High School boys’ tennis team made easy work of Durango on Thursday in Grand Junction, cruising to a 6-1 win.

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Hat trick sets Sailors on top

The Steamboat Springs High School boys soccer team got a 4-1 win at home against Moffat County on Thursday night thanks to a hat trick from sophomore Will Beurskens.

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Walton, Firestone lead SSHS golf to second place at home tourney

Thursday's tournament at Haymaker was a warm up, of sorts, for the 4A regional Steamboat Springs will host later this month.

The Record for Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2015

7:48 a.m. Steamboat Springs Fire Rescue firefighters were called to help a person having a seizure in the 400 block of Tamarack Drive.

Multi-agency effort to enhance snowmobile parking on Rabbit Ears Pass underway

This year's effort to improve snowmobile parking on Rabbit Ears Pass will create 35 new spaces at Dumont with 40 new spaces at Muddy Creek parking area coming in 2016.

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Explore’s Top 5 events for Sept. 4 to 6

Not sure what to do this weekend? Explore brings you its top five picks for Saturday's and Sunday's round of events.

Widespread Panic tribute band to perform in Steamboat Springs for the first time

Coming all the way from the Midwest, the Widespread Panic tribute band, Mom's Kitchen, will be in Steamboat Springs Friday for a performance at Old Town Pub.

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Oak Creek Labor Day festivities celebrate traditions old and new

This weekend, South Routt will offer a variety of events that encompass Oak Creek's heritage. The Labor Day celebrate begins Friday and continues through Monday.

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Longtime friends partner in law firm

Two longtime friends and Steamboat Springs residents have joined to form the Cantafio Hammond law firm.

2015 Town Challenge Mountain Bike Series season results

2015 Town Challenge Mountain Bike Series season results

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Running race returns to benefit ski trail

The 10K at 10,000 trail running race returns to the heights of Rabbit Ears Pass for a 10 a.m. Sunday start.

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Wild West Air Fest will soar to new heights in Steamboat Springs this weekend

After the success of the newly added airshow last year, the Wild West Air Fest will have more pilots and aircrafts creating a spectacle in the sky for all to enjoy.

Judge makes ruling in Pollard case

A judge has ruled on whether a man accused of murder in Routt County can appear at hearings without shackles and in street clothes.

Dog's Eye View: The sport of canine scent detection

Last month, I teamed up with Sue Sternberg to host one of the co-founders of the National Association of Canine Scent Work LLC® in a series of daylong workshops. Ron Gaunt, co-founder of the NACSW traveled to Craig to bring CNCC students and other nose work teams to a new level of understanding about just how scent moves in a particular environment.

Children in poverty and lack of childcare highlight Kids Count presentation

A presentation Thursday by Denver-based advocacy group Colorado Children’s Campaign highlighted two important issues impacting Routt County youth — poverty and lack of affordable childcare.

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Local art teachers featured in collaborative First Friday Artwalk exhibit

On Friday, three local artists and art teachers will showcase their wide variety of artwork to educate students by taking their lesson plans outside the classroom and into the real world.

Community Ag Alliance: Looking forward to a busy fall

As the summer winds down, continuing to shop at the Marketplace and picking up your order on Friday is a great way to extend the season and continue to support local ag, even after the Farmer’s Market is over.

Steamboat briefs: City hosts open house today, 3:30 to 4:30 p.m.

The city of Steamboat Springs and the Urban Renewal Authority Advisory Committee (URAAC) will host an open house today from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. at the Torian Plum’s Creekside Room to update the community on improvements planned for the Apres Ski Way and Village Drive intersection.

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Sailor tennis heads into second weekend after successful first tournament

Maybe it was only beginner’s luck for rookie head coach Jack Burger, but the Steamboat Springs High School boys’ tennis team definitely made a good impression in its first tournament of the fall season.

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Tour de Steamboat brings in big numbers for beneficiaries

The 12th annual charity ride brought in $65,000 this year for Routt County Riders, Partners in Routt County, Reaching Everyone Preventing Suicide and the Yampa Valley Sustainability Council.


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