Laurie Hallenbeck: Around the County for Dec. 4
It sometimes feels as common as “Come for the winter, stay for the summer.” The past week has showed me the phrase “It takes a village” — as it relates to Steamboat Springs and potential Olympic athletes — is maybe even truer.
Saturday’s Nordic combined competition in Steamboat Springs meant something different to nearly all the athletes who competed, but to all, it also meant a return to action, and above all else, that was sweet.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls basketball team couldn’t manage much in the first quarter of a Saturday game against Basalt, but the Sailors improved to 2-0 by dominating the rest of the game.
Kent Denver scored early and often Saturday night, sending the Steamboat Springs High School hockey team to a 1-2 record. The Sailors fell, 7-4.
It was another big game for Steamboat’s Jake Miller and another win for his team. Miller scored 17 points to lead the Sailors basketball team by Basalt on Saturday, 47-32.
What was already a good weekend for the Hayden High School girls basketball team became great Saturday as the team wrapped up the championship of a season-opening tournament in Meeker.
Just when the Tylenol/acetaminophen products were limping back to pharmacy shelves, this month the American Academy of Pediatrics has published an article in December’s issue of Pediatrics reviewing the growing body of evidence linking the use of acetaminophen products to the development of asthma in high-risk families.
Last weekend, a small group of local resort leaders stood on the new stage in Gondola Square and toasted the assembled crowd on the completion of the base area promenade and related projects.
3:53 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers and Steamboat Springs Fire Rescue firefighters were called to check on a possible missing person in Steamboat Springs. The person was located at his or her residence and transported to Yampa Valley Medical Center.
The Jail Report for Nov. 26 to Dec. 2
We’ve come to take it for granted that we will have remarkable ski conditions for Dec. 3. But you couldn’t always count on it in the past. And that’s no B.S. B.S. — it’s the abbreviation for before snowmaking!
The latest numbers from the Routt County Human Services Department show a record number of families are struggling to make ends meet. In November, the department helped 479 households that needed federal funds in excess of $100,000 to help pay for food.
Annual meeting to determine Steamboat priorities for 2012
The City Council’s annual meeting to review and set goals will take place at 5 p.m. Tuesday. As part of a goal that included increasing economic development opportunities in Steamboat, the City Council created a policy to outline strategies to do so.
Former Olympic Nordic skier Ryan Heckman is giving back to Ed and Jayne Hill and the community he said helped to realize his Olympic dreams with a $250,000 gift to Colorado Mountain College.
In the world of cutthroat Nordic combined competition among deep-pocketed, national powerhouse programs, development teams from the United States and Czech Republic have joined forces in hopes of saving a few koruna and helping balance the international scales of competition.
On a crisp Saturday morning, Gary Smalley was heading up for his sixth lap on Howelsen Hill’s Face, the steep, rolling ski trail that seemingly cascades right into downtown Steamboat Springs. Smalley doesn’t have a season pass to Howelsen, nor does he have a pass to Steamboat Ski Area, but the avid backcountry skier heard that Howelsen was offering free lift tickets Saturday for its public opening day and couldn’t help himself.
Justin Reiter was back on his board and back on the slopes of Howelsen Hill last week carving turns and ripping through the gates just like old times. Eighteen months earlier, he had walked away from the world of competitive Alpine snowboarding hoping to move on with his life.
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PUBLIC NOTICE Closing of Section 8 Waiting Lists Effective January 1, 2012
Final Payment Notice is hereby given that the work for the City of Steamboat Springs relating to the TENNIS CENTER PARKING LOT IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT is essentially complete.
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Notice of the Routt County Federal Mineral Lease District 2012 Budget Meeting
NOTICE The monthly meeting of the Board of Directors for the N. Routt Fire Protection District will be held on Tuesday, December 13th rather than Tuesday December 6th as originally posted.
Routt County Public Notice The following matter is being reviewed by the Routt County Planning Department. The Planning Director will make a decision regarding this matter on 12/12/2011. ACTIVITY #: PP2011-066
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The Colorado Division of Reclamation, Mining and Safety proposes to Approve Permit Revision Application No. 1, submitted by Hayden Gulch Terminal, LLC for a coal mining permit at the Hayden Gulch Loadout (Permit No. C-1992-081).
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING Steamboat Lake Water and Sanitation District will hold a public meeting, December 9, 2011 starting at 7 PM in the North Routt Fire Station # 2 conference room.
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The Steamboat Chix with Stix women’s hockey team sits in a three-way tie for third in the Women’s Association of Colorado Hockey A2 division. The squad has racked up a 3-2 record after recent games against Denver’s Black Dogs and the Vail Breakaways.
More than two dozen wrestlers will take to the mats Saturday representing Routt County high schools in a season-opening meet in Granby.