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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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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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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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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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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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12 Colorado whitewater and river festivals you can’t miss this summer

Beginning Memorial Day Weekend with the 2017 CKS Paddlefest in Buena Vista, Colorado's short-but-sweet whitewater season begins.

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Mark Ensner: No mountain bikes in the wilderness

"There is no place in the wilderness for the sport of mountain biking. It is antithetical to the entire notion of wilderness." — Mark Ensner

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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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Steamboat track hauls in 4 medals Sunday

If Saturday brought a big surprise for the Steamboat Springs High School track team, Sunday brought big success.

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100 hurdles a nightmare no more for Soroco's Rossi

Soroco junior overcomes bad memories to earn medal

The thought of the 100-meter hurdles at the state track meet didn’t haunt Soroco High School junior Mattie Rossi in the philosophical sense. It haunted her in the “stay up at night” sense.

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Great North Routt Chili Cook Off fills bellies

The community did not disappoint during the 14th Annual Great North Routt Chili Cook Off on Saturday at Hahn’s Peak Roadhouse.

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In a zone of her own, Hayden's Wilkie dominates 800

Hayden freshman Hannah Wilkie got the lead from the gun and never looked back as she ran to a state championship.

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Hayden graduates begin dance of adulthood

Hayden High School valedictorian Grace Wilkie told the graduating class of 2017 that she hopes they dance.

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Undefeated: Soroco's Ben Kelley wins three events at state track meet

He set an ambitious schedule, he weathered months of training, injuries and illness, and after his three events at the state track meet, Kelley was undefeated.

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Andrew Romanoff comes to Steamboat for conversation about mental health

A former member of the Colorado House of Representatives, Andrew Romanoff now serves as president and CEO of Colorado Mental Health and will be in Steamboat Springs Tuesday as part of “Conversation with Coloradans,” an effort to address the issues surrounding mental health.

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Health briefs: Support group offers weekly meetings

Adult Children of Alcoholics is a fellowship of persons who desire to recover from the effects of growing up in an alcoholic or otherwise dysfunctional family.

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Suspicious man soaking: The Record for Saturday, May 20, 2017

9:37 p.m. Officers were called to a report of a drunken man and woman causing a disturbance at a restaurant in the 1100 block of South Lincoln Avenue.

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