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Town Challenge nears season debut at Marabou Ranch

The first race in the 2016 Town Challenge Mountain Bike Series will take place Wednesday at Marabou Ranch. Bikers will have the chance to ride the private course this Sunday, Monday and Tuesday.

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The Record for Thursday, May 26, 2016

6:42 p.m. Officers were called to a report of six people climbing gondola tower No. 5 at the Steamboat Ski Area. Police contacted two 17-year-old males. They told police they were bored and had nothing to do. They said they would be more productive with their time in the future.

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Steamboat woman helps refugees in Greece

It’s probably not often a retiree from a Colorado mountain town is presented the opportunity to become involved in an international news story, but that’s precisely what happened to Steamboat Springs resident Rondell Ferguson.

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Steamboat woman honored by sporting goods industry

Honey Stinger's Jennifer Shea was tapped as one of SportsOneSource’s annual listing of 40 under 40 award winners.

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Flavors of Yampa Valley to be featured at Wild Edible Feast

Yampatika will host its 16th annual Wild Edible Feast fundraiser Wednesday, June 8, featuring freshly harvested wild plants, local meats and exclusive silent auction items.

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Yampa Street construction project moves into second week

So far, Yampa Street construction has impacted one business, but the owner remains optimistic.

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Paula Salky: A day to remember

"Memorial Day is the day where we can set aside our political differences and stand together to remember." — Paula Salky

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U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner: Remembering sacrifice

"It is important that we honor the memory of our fallen heroes by reflecting on their service and tireless dedication to protecting this country." — Michael Bennet

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Community Agriculture Alliance: Routt County's bear season has arrived

Keeping bear-human conflicts to a minimum requires the efforts of everyone in the community, including residents, businesses and those who keep urban livestock.

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Dog's Eye View: Entree or ala carte?

Often, when I’m called in for consultations and training for the family dog, there are multiple topics to be addressed. In goal-setting for a positive outcome, we have to prioritize these behavioral issues and training challenges in order to create a plan for success.

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Eugene Buchanan: Mud runners among us ... or is it blade runners?

I’ll admit it ... I’m not much of a runner — unless I’m being chased, which happens far less than it used to. I’m happy expanding my lung capillaries through less cartilage-pounding pursuits.

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School employees upset over school board's vote on raises

Many Steamboat Springs School District employees are not pleased with the decisions of two Board of Education members Monday to vote against the proposed employee compensation package.

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Sailor lacrosse duo named all-state

Seniors Jordan Gorr and Drew Williamson were each selected to play in Thursday's Class 4A all-star game in Denver.

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Crews working on new Emerald Mountain trail

Chainsaws were buzzing Thursday up on Emerald Mountain as crews worked to build another new mountain biking trail in Steamboat Springs.

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Celebrating Memorial Day weekend in Steamboat Springs

Wondering what to do for Memorial Day weekend? Here's our guide of a few ways to celebrate the start of summer and Memorial Day.

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Students receive hands-on lessons in history, ranch life

This week was the Routt County Cattlewomen's annual Ranch Days event that partners with local elementary schools and ranches to educate kids about life on a ranch and the history of the area.

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Janet Sheridan: Reflections on Memorial Day

On May 30, small flags will be planted; and those who remember will quietly gather in cemeteries across our land. Taps will soar, echo and fade. The names of men and women who died serving our country during times of war will be read, and crowds either large and small, but always attentive, will listen with gratitude to the roll call of our honored dead.

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Less waiting at new motor vehicles office in the Routt County Courthouse

County Facilities Director Tim Winter said the remodel of the motor vehicle office is part of a larger project that will upgrade heating and air conditioning in both the DMV and treasurer’s offices for a combined cost of $120,000

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Local author Ann Ross featured at book signing

A near-death experience inspired local author Ann Ross' first book "Double Vision Can Strike Anyone," which offers readers an inside look of her journey to recovery.


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