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Seminars at Steamboat 2016 season kicks off July 11

Seminars at Steamboat speakers this summer will tackle the upcoming election, differing views on radical Islam, the Russia-United States conflict and economic inequality.

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City Council rating in employee satisfaction survey remains low

A recent internal survey reveals employees at Steamboat Springs City Hall are collectively more satisfied with their jobs and work environment than they were last year.

Todd Park Mohr performs in Yampa July 30, donates guitar for Crossans Market

Auction items for Call of the Wild, which benefits Crossan's Market in Yampa, include a signed guitar donated by Todd Park Mohr and an original painting of Crossan’s Market by Gregory Block.

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Trailhead vandals plead guilty

Two men suspected of causing between $80,000 and $100,000 worth of damage at an Emerald Mountain trailhead in September have pleaded guilty to criminal mischief.

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Return of commercial tubing means new season just around the corner

The tubing season quietly shifted gears Wednesday as local stores began renting to customers for the first time this season, and the number of people on the river started to grow. However, the quiet isn't expected to last as locals and visitors make their way back to the Yampa for another season on the river.

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Boyle's no-no lifts Steamboat Legion squad

A no-hitter from pitcher Jack Boyle set the stage for a big weekend of baseball for the Steamboat Springs American Legion team.

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Spoke Talk: The jewel of Steamboat

Emerald is a magical place — that is, once it finishes kicking my butt and searing my lungs on those first three steep hills of 20-percent grade at the Stables Trailhead. For years, many locals, bike rental shops and visitors have asked for an easier approach to the trails above. Now, we have it.

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The Record for Tuesday, June 28, 2016

10 p.m. Officers were called to a report of a person who heard what might have been a gunshot in the 1800 block of Central Park Drive. Police contacted a car. There were no guns in the car, and police learned the noise was from fireworks.

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Summer roundtrips to Denver go to twice daily beginning July 1

The inaugural summer 2016 flight from Houston is due in at 7:55 p.m. July 1 after departing south Texas at 6:10 p.m.

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Adult Recreation League softball, June 29, 2016

Monday Men’s A League Outsiders- 20, THC/Tap House- 17 Richey Construction- 5, Outsiders-23 THC/TH- 10, Pioneer /Elk Mountain Auto- 18

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Steamboat briefs: American Rivers returns for Yampa River cleanup July 9

The national conservation organization American Rivers will team up with local river organizations, Friends of the Yampa in Steamboat Springs and the Northwest Colorado Chapter of Parrotheads in Craig, for a Yampa River Cleanup Day from 9 a.m. to noon July 9 to remove any trash that may have been left by floaters during the long Fourth of July weekend.

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Routt Republicans write their own script in U.S. Senate primary race

Routt County Republicans bucked the statewide trend in the primary election for U.S. Senate, favoring former Colorado State University football star and current insurance company owner Jack Graham over the winner, Darryl Glenn.

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With round and round instead of up and down, Town Challenge to mix it up

Steamboat's Town Challenge mountain bike series doesn't usually tinker with the formula. That changes this week as the Wednesday race will adopt a new format.

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The Record for Monday, June 27, 2016

7:59 a.m. Routt County Sheriff's Office deputies were called to a report of threats being made at a ranch in Clark.

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State Board of Education will consider South Routt funding request

The district is facing a cashflow issue related to about $1 million in property tax revenue that’s gone uncollected from Peabody.

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ZEST: Cugino’s Pizzeria & Italian Restaurant

Located at 41 Eighth St. just off Yampa Street, Cugino’s Pizzeria & Italian Restaurant prides itself on being “Not the only pizza and Italian restaurant in town, just the best.”

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Fire enters Mount Zirkel Wilderness Area

"We knew from the start that once it got established in the thick timber and the beetle kill, it would be a long term event," U.S. Forest Service spokesman Aaron Voos said. "This is going to be something we as the Routt National Forest are going to be dealing with for quite some time."

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Weed whackers launch campaign against chemicals

Tired of seeing chemical herbicides being sprayed on noxious weeds along some of their favorite trails, two women have started a grassroots effort to remove the weeds by hand.

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American Rivers returns for Yampa River cleanup July 9

"River cleanups allow us, as a community, to give back to the Yampa, to engage and connect with the river while helping make our environment clean and visually appealing.” — Kent Vertrees

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You Heart What You Eat: Popsicle Parade Part 2

Today, peaches served in the form of a peaches and fresh cream dessert remind me of what my grandmother must have eaten after a long day working on the farm where she grew up.


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