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Steamboat briefs: Free Moroccan film at the Chief Theater on Wednesday

Bud Werner Memorial Library’s free foreign film series continues at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Chief Theater with the Moroccan crime thriller “Traitors,” directed by Sean Gullette.

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Vacation-minded Sailors cruise Friday

With spring break looming, the Steamboat girls soccer team took out Delta, 5-1.

Book review: Debut novel is McCarthy and Woodrell rolled into one

Debut novel blends beautiful prose and strong sense of place.

The Record for Thursday, April 16, 2015

9:10 a.m. Somebody turned in a mountain bike to the Steamboat Springs Police Department.

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Impact 100 awards local nonprofits

Now in its ninth season the local philanthropy program known as Impact 100 awards four nonprofits.

Former Routt County deputy treasurer arrested on embezzlement charges

Lila M. Stucker faces 144 counts of embezzlement of public money, a Class Five Felony, as well as felony theft charges after a bookkeeper in the Treasurer's Office provided an investigator with evidence that Stucker misappropriated $21,057 in county funds from 2006 to 2013.

Thoughtful Parenting: Because babies don't come with instructions

Newborn Network's goal is to provide parent education services to Routt County parents of children from birth to 3 years old.

Old farm to market road in South Valley due for a fresh coat of blacktop

Yellowjacket Pass could lose a little elevation during Routt County Road 14 paving project this summer.

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The Sage Grouse strut: a lesson in love

Magazines editor and columnist Eugene Buchanan writes about his experience at one of Conservation Colorado's sage grouse viewing trips.

Craig briefs: Deadline to submit comic contest entries is Thursday

Kids in kindergarten through fifth grades are invited to enter the 2015 Book Feast Monster Comic Contest. Children are asked to write and illustrate a one-page comic story that features the Book Feast monster as the main character. All entries will be judged, and winners will receive a special prize.

Mindy Fontaine: Thank you volunteers

It’s National Volunteer Week, and the Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association would like to recognize the many volunteers who help us further our mission of improving the health and quality of life for residents and families in the Yampa Valley.

Girls fall short despite big effort

The Steamboat Springs High School girls lacrosse team couldn’t pick up a win Thursday night, but coach Betsy Frick said her team played as well as it has all season.

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Sweet sendoff for Steamboat lax seniors

The Steamboat boys lacrosse team celebrated senior night in a big way, knocking off Glenwood Springs, 17-1, Thursday night.

Steamboat Springs School District will get $480,000 less than hoped for under school finance bill

Two legislative decisions made this week could have a significant impact on school finance in Colorado, including for the Steamboat Springs School District.

Steamboat Springs School District hires new director of finance and operations

The Steamboat Springs School District has hired a former Moffat County School District administrator as its next director of finance and operations.

Steamboat, other mountain communities yield strong winter tax revenues

The city of Steamboat Springs in February again saw a strong month of sales tax revenues.

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Snow expected to continue in high country through Saturday

At lower elevations in Steamboat Springs, only modest snow accumulations are expected Friday and Saturday.

Strings Music Festival enters its 28th season

The Strings Music Festival's 28 season will incorporate new performances and events from big name acts to new principal players.

Community Ag Alliance: New district wildlife manager introduces herself

My name is Andrea Sponseller, and I'm the new Steamboat South District wildlife manager, a position recently held by Danielle Domson.

The Record for Wednesday, April 15, 2015

1:29 p.m. Officers were called to a report of a cover that was stolen off of a motorcycle parked in the 600 block of Anglers Drive. Police found the cover on the property, and they don't believe it was stolen. It is believed wind blew the cover off of the motorcycle.

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