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2016 Jumping Jamboree results

Name age bump 1, 2 20M1, 2

Little Vikings Jan. 14, 2016 results

Jan. 14 results

Alpine ski jumping results

Alpine ski jumping results

Hitchens Brothers Jump No. 3 results

Hitchens Brothers Jump No. 3 results

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Sailor boys rack up another win

Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball coach Michael Vandahl said his team is coming together.

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Steamboat girls lock up fourth place

Steamboat managed to put its doubt out if its mind, and just in time. The Sailors got two late-game 3-point shots, then took advantage of several key free throws to edge out Summit in overtime, 44-40, Thursday.

Steamboat runner in L.A. with eyes on Summer Olympic Games

A 2008 graduate of the United State Air Force Academy, Kate Papenberg has always taken pride in being able to represent the U.S. in any capacity. And it’s this pride that is fueling her this weekend in the biggest race of her running career.

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What to do for Valentine's Day this weekend in Steamboat Springs

Not sure what to do this weekend in celebration of Valentine's Day? Explore has this weekend's top picks.

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Valentine's Day Recipe

Looking for something new to try this Valentine's Day? Try this recipe of Earl Grey Chocolate Truffles by local Kasey Lane.

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Locals share their love stories in celebration of Valentine's Day

In celebration of Valentine's Day, Explore Steamboat asked a few locals to share their love stories.

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Intrawest eyes real estate development

Intrawest, parent company of Steamboat Ski Area, is telling its investors there is an opportunity to restart real estate development at its resort properties.

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Supreme Court issues landmark stay in Clean Power Plan case

The Supreme Court of the United States, in a 5-4 decision, halted implementation of President Barack Obama’s Clean Power Plan until legality is decided.

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Tree well danger still exists at ski area

With sunshine and warmer temperatures, spring skiing conditions are taking shape at the Steamboat Ski Area, but the tree well danger still exists.

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The Bock’s Office: Lots of love films available for Valentine viewing

Valentine’s Day: a portion of the calendar devoted to romance that also happens to occur right in the dead of winter. No wonder Hollywood has so many love stories out this time of year. Whether your tastes have you wanting to flock to theaters to see Nicholas Sparks fare “The Choice,” the rom-com “How to Be Single” or the alternative period piece “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies” — Jane Austen absolutely would have written Elizabeth Bennet as a slayer of the undead if she had thought of it — remember there is a bounty of options, many that have been released in the past year or two.

New Wolf Creek seam producing coal at Twentymile mine southwest of Steamboat Springs

Local coal mine goes deeper

Even as mining operations continue in the Wadge seam at Twentymile Coal Mine, far below, in the Wolf Creek seam, two pieces of heavy equipment called continuous miners are creating parallel entries on either side of a future long-wall tunnel.

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New neighborhood's proximity to giant snow removal mountain causes concern

While the Drury family is trying to sleep in their new home, city crews are diligently working to dump snow they have removed from city streets and build up the giant, seasonal snow mountain off 13th Street.

The Record for Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2016

8:15 a.m. Officers were called to a report of a person in the first block of Missouri Street who experienced credit card fraud.

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Local voices heard in annual production of "The Vagina Monologues"

This year marks Steamboat Springs' sixth annual production of "The Vagina Monologues." The show features a series of monologues read by local actors as a way to support One Billion rising, a global campaign to end violence against women.

CMC to host free financial seminar

Colorado Mountain College will host a free seminar titled “Understanding Financial Statement from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Feb. 24 in the college’s Academic Center, Room 127.

Community Ag Alliance: Cattle trade enters age of technology

Auctions are traditionally how cattle are sold. Even in the days of the cattle drive, cattle were taken to auction, and the producer had no choice but to take the price offered, since taking the cattle home would be costly. This method is still an option but is losing its hold as the most common choice.