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Steamboat locals talk about their favorite Thanksgiving traditions

From recipes, events and games, a few Steamboat locals share their favorite Thanksgiving traditions.

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Howelsen Hill to open Saturday

A lift ticket at the city's century-old ski hill will cost $25, not much more than the $20 lift tickets sold at Howelsen three ski seasons ago.

The Record for Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2015

8:36 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a vandalism in the 2900 block of West Acres Drive. A car window had been broken.

Cause of death determined for missing hunter

On Sept. 7, Harkins was not feeling well and chose to stay at camp while the four people he was hunting with headed out to hunt. When the hunters returned, Harkins was gone.

Routt County real estate market up 4.2 percent to $441.5 million as of September

Real estate market reflects a shortage of homes priced in 'sweet spot' from $1 -$1.3 million prized by location neutral workers relocating to Steamboat.

Judge dismisses Class 1 felony kidnapping case

A judge has dismissed the case against a 54-year-old Craig man accused of kidnapping related to an incident in the late 1970s.

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Smith second in age division for Steamboat swimmers at CUDA Pentathlon

The Steamboat Springs swim team sent four athletes to Thornton on Saturday and Sunday, its second competition of the winter season.

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Season gets rolling with annual Scholarship Day to support the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club

The traditions that surround the Steamboat Ski Areas Scholarship Day helps make the opening day something to remember.

Intrawest selling vacation club division for $85 million

A one-year trial membership in the vacation club costs $1,899 and allows members to stay at all nine properties.

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Season to start with daunting jump for U.S. Nordic combined team

The U.S. Nordic combined Team will compete in Finland this weekend, starting the winter's World Cup competition.

Drop to 2A possible for Steamboat football

Big changes could be in store for all three local high school football teams, and local coaches from Steamboat, Hayden and Soroco aren't complaining.

News in brief: City 101 applications will be accepted through Dec. 15

City of Steamboat Springs employees, along with members of the community, will be selected to learn more about the city and its operations through field trips, forums and interactive activities.

Our View: All Routt County's students matter

The plain language South Routt School District Superintendent Darcy Mohr used this month to describe the future of the schools in Oak Creek and Yampa should the district fail to reverse the downward spiral of student enrollment struck us as not only appropriate, but also courageous.

Donations still needed

The annual Thanksgiving Community Dinner in Steamboat Springs is in urgent need of food. There is still a need for stuffing, green bean casserole, sweet and mashed potatoes, gravy, Jello salad and cranberry sauce. Items can be delivered between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. on Thursday at the Steamboat Springs Community Center.

Behind the Gold: Ligety gives back

Ted Ligety, a world and Olympic champion ski racer, spent a day helping a wide-eyed 8-year old learn to shave time off his runs.

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Mainstreet Steamboat Springs to roll out several changes in new year

Steamboat Springs is one of three communities in Colorado selected to participate in a National Main Street Center pilot program that will test a "revamped" approach to the Mainstreet program.

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Officials view coal mine sale as positive

Routt County officials view the anticipated sale of Twentymile Coal Co. to Bowie Resource Partners as a positive development.

Chance for snow returns to Steamboat area

Weather forecasters are calling for snow, but perhaps not as much as they initially thought.

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Trail maintenance endowment fund launches with $10k donation

City officials and local land managers have made it clear they currently don't have enough funds in their own budgets to take on the responsibility of maintaining the new trails that are being created with the backing of millions of dollars in lodging tax funds.

Rare copies of Three Wire Winter Steamboat history magazine find new digital history

The digitization of the Three Wire Winter magazine will preserve the recorded voices of mid-Twentieth Century Routt County pioneers.