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3-year-old Steamboat officer's son among 4 accidental child shootings in Colorado from 2014 to 2016

Colorado recorded four accidental shootings involving children under 12 from 2014 through 2016, including two that resulted in charges being filed.

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Launch of new Steamboat Today website delayed

The launch of the new SteamboatToday.com website, which was announced in the today’s printed edition of Steamboat Today, has been delayed.

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Moving company doesn't show up on time: The Record for Monday, May 22, 2017

5:52 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a bear that had attempted to break into a doughnut delivery car parked in the 3300 block of Columbine Drive. The bear had ripped off the bumper of the car and was gone when officers arrived. No doughnuts were in the car at the time.

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Roger Good urges school board to ponder best financial tool for building maintenance

Steamboat Springs School Board member Roger Good gained some traction with his colleagues when he urged they proceed with caution when deciding how to fund deferred maintenance at the schools.

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Man who died in Yampa River identified as Steamboat Springs IT worker

Fresh out of college, Arman T. Qureshi had been doing contract IT work for sock company SmartWool since January.

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Colorado Master Gardeners: Junior Master Gardeners in Routt County

The Junior Master Gardener program was developed by Texas A&M Agri Life Extension Service. It is modeled after the successful Master Gardener program and offers horticultural and environmental science education through fun and creative activities.

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Our view: Diversity Week at Steamboat Springs High School teaches lessons of acceptance

"We are proud of our local school district for being courageous in bringing a topic like this into the mainstream conversation and for supporting a student-led effort to educate people about different races, religions, genders and cultures." — Editorial Board

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Bear tries to break into doughnut delivery vehicle in Steamboat Springs

Todd and Kim Robertson awoke early Monday to discover a black bear was so determined to break into their doughnut delivery vehicle, it had ripped off the car’s back bumper.

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Diesel drivers who are "rolling coal" in Colorado could face $100 fines

State lawmakers called practice mean

Colorado is riding hard on diesel truck drivers who “roll coal,” the politically charged display of power on the roads.

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Eagle County considering marijuana tax to fund housing, police

Voters last year rejected a sales tax increase to pay for housing. Voters this year may be asked to increase the county's sales tax, but on a specific product: marijuana.

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Faith, athletics collide for Soroco star

Qualifying for the Colorado state track meet in five individual events was hard. Choosing not to compete at the state meet was even harder, and Soroco High School sophomore Chloe Veilleux said it took several days to truly accept that fate.

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Man jumps into Yampa to evade police: The Record for Sunday, May 21, 2017

10:13 a.m. Officers were called to a report of a bear in the 3100 block of Heavenly View.

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Man found dead in Yampa River after jumping in water to evade police

Routt County Search & Rescue is conducting a search Monday morning for a man last seen in the Yampa River overnight.

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Homeless issues take center stage at town hall hosted by Housing Stability Task Force

The Housing Stability Task Force invites the public to Tuesday night town hall at Library Hall.

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Steamboat gondola won't be ready to celebrate Independence Day

"Complexity of construction" leads Steamboat Ski Resort to push summer gondola opening back to July 15

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Million dollar home starts, sales, picking up in Steamboat

From May 1 to 12, the Routt County Regional Building Department reports issuing permits for three new million dollar homes.

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Steamboat briefs: Local City Council May work session moved to May 30

The Steamboat Springs City Council work session scheduled for has been rescheduled for May 30 due to a personal matter for one of the presenters.

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Spring snow does not preclude summer water conservation

Frank Alfone, general manager for Mount Werner Water District, and other local water educators encourage citizen attendance at Tuesday evening’s educational event, “Residential Water Efficiency: Not a Drop to Waste,” from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the Steamboat Springs Community Center.

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Karen DeLine: Slow down in wildlife areas

"Accidents happen, but we can control our driving habits." — Karen DeLine

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Nancy Working: Resolve to protect public land

"Playing outside is healthy for our bodies and minds but also our wallets. Our support of public lands not only means more fun for us but also jobs and economic opportunity." — Nancy Working

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