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Monday Medical: Fit for life

Proper exercise can slow the aging process.

Focus on Fitness: Give yoga a try

Yoga offers physical, mental, spiritual benefits.

Thoughtful Parenting: Broccoli and autism spectrum disorders: A better future for our children

The growing incidence of autism spectrum disorders may have environmental causes.

Healthy recipe: Rhubarb Quick Bread

Rhubarb Quick Bread is a wonderful way to use fresh rhubarb. If you are using frozen rhubarb, make sure to pat it dry with towels or it will become too soggy.

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City manager wants public to have summary of police investigation

As of last week, $18,000 has been spent for the investigation, and $12,000 for the services of the interim chief.

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Routt County set to evaluate Steamboat Ski Area master plan

The Steamboat Ski Area's master plan includes a ski-way in the form of a snow-covered bridge, 325 feet long and 85 feet above Burgess Creek, that would make it easier for skiers to leave the ski trails on Pioneer Ridge.

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Elected officials start to weigh in on idea of shared public safety facility

Several elected officials in Routt County are open to the idea of building a combined public safety facility in west Steamboat, but some are stressing the devil is in the detail and others want to keep all options on the table.

The Record for Thursday, May 28, 2015

11:20 p.m. Officers were called to a report of a bear getting into trash that was not secured in the 1700 block of Steamboat Boulevard. Officers scared away the sow and two cubs by shooting the sow in the buttocks with beanbag rounds.

Trial delayed for man accused of shooting bulls

A trial has been postponed for a for the fifth-generation Routt County rancher accused of shooting two bulls in the testicles, killing one of them.

Hayden planning commission recommends not allowing marijuana grows

The Hayden Town Council will ultimately decide whether to allow marijuana grows in the town.

Bill Hayden: Entertainment of year

The entertainment of the year was enjoyed by all on May 21 in Hayden. It was provided by the elementary students of Hayden School District and included acrobatics, singing, dancing, magic acts, skateboard demonstrations and a special duet with daughter and dad.

Steamboat Briefs: Cemetery board reminds residents of memorial rules

The Steamboat Springs Cemetery District Board reminds residents all decorations on graves in the cemetery that are not attached to headstones must be removed by June 10 so normal cemetery maintenance can continue.

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Retrospective exhibit of John Fawcett to open Friday

This weekend, artist John Fawcett will share with the community a compilation of his work from over 20 years depicting scenes in the west, many of which were influenced by the Yampa Valley.

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Hayden's Redmond headed to Iowa for track

As gifted as Hayden High School’s Jack Redmond is on the track, competing at a collegiate level has been nothing more than an afterthought for the top-notch student.

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The Bock’s Office: ‘Pitch Perfect 2’ a satisfying but cyclical sing-quel

Music and comedy go together well when they both work, but it can be tricky to stay original. And, while “Pitch Perfect 2” has both these elements in abundance, it’s hard not to consider it as being on a loop.

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Friends and Family Series to feature internationally renowned pianist this weekend

This weekend internationally renowned soloist, chamber musician, choral conductor, composer and artist-teacher Judith Lynn Stillman will perform with John Sant’Ambrogio for the Chief Theater's Friends and Family Series.

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Chemical spill clean-up complete on Rabbit Ears Pass

In total, 5,880 tons of soil was removed from the area by Custom Environmental Services and disposed of at the Twin Enviro landfill in Milner.

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Frank Alfone to replace Jay Gallagher after 10 years at helm of Mount Werner Water District

Frank Alfone has Colorado experience in water utility management on resume as he prepares to take charge at Mount Werner Water in Steamboat Springs.

May rainfall record broken

According to Matthew Aleksa, at the National Weather Service in Grand Junction, 6.37 inches of rain have been recorded at the official measuring station in Steamboat.

Steamboat Springs Arts Council to introduce new art resource program with donation day

This Saturday, community artists or art enthusiasts will have a chance to donate gently used art supplies or tools to the Create Space program to be repurposed for educational art projects.

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