News for Monday, July 13, 2009

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State Bridge lives

Concert scheduled for July 25, 26 as part of effort to bring energy to burned-down venue

On July 25 and 26, Scott Stoughton will try to bring the spirit of State Bridge Lodge back. A two-day concert is planned for the music venue, riverside resort and all-kinds-welcome gathering spot just south of the Routt-Eagle county line and will feature music from Shakedown Street, The Laughing Bones, Frogs Gone Fishin', Bonfire Dub Trio and more.

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Luke Graham: Baseball's best

It's the midway point of the Major League Baseball season, and several things have become apparent. Sports reporter and columnist Luke Graham breaks it down.

CSU president, football coach come to Steamboat

Colorado State University's summer outreach tour hits Steamboat Springs today and Tuesday with scheduled appearances by CSU-Fort Collins President Dr. Tony Frank, CSU System Chancellor Joe Blake and head football coach Steve Fairchild.

Rodeo results: Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo Series for July 11

Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo Series

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Elissa Greene: Strings offers week of variety

One of the best things about Steamboat is the wide variety of music options. We are fortunate to have a full spectrum of venues, times, genres and acts to choose from. Within these choices, Strings provides a range of possibilities to suit all schedules, tastes and budgets.

The Record for July 11

Saturday, July 11

Aging Well: Be aware and prepare for summer play

Blue skies, warm temperatures, trails, lakes and rivers are reasons to get outside, but summer play does not come without risks. Poor preparation and judgment can have serious health consequences, particularly for older adults.

Steamboat briefs: Officer slightly injured while restraining man

Officer slightly injured while restraining man

Deb Babcock: From sprout to spectacular

Some of the most beautiful and imaginative gardens in Steamboat Springs are created with flowering annuals. These undemanding plants become fully grown in just one season, giving gardeners an opportunity to experiment with color, texture, shape and design.

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Family mourns 'Tigger'

Friends, rescuers found Steamboat canoeist Stothart on Saturday

By all accounts, Brian "Tigger" Stothart was an elite boater, a funny guy and a thoughtful friend. But his real passion, friends said, was his wife, Valerie, and their children, Samuel and Sophia. Stothart disappeared June 13 while running the Encampment River in southern Wyoming with four others. His body was found Saturday.

Monday Medical: Don't let thumb pain limit activities

Imagine not having the use of your thumbs. Could you ride a bike? Grip or swing a golf club? Send a text message to a friend?