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Routt County Sheriff's Office seeks lead in shootout

The Routt County Sheriff’s Office is seeking two men whom investigators wish to speak to in connection with a bizarre shootout that was reported at about noon Tuesday in the rural southern part of the county.

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CMC Alpine Campus construction on schedule

Construction on a 60,000- square-foot academic facility atf Colorado Mountain College’s Alpine Campus continues to move at a steady pace, administrators announced.

The Record for Sept. 27

The Record for Sept. 27

Steamboat briefs: Fall Youth Chorus kicks off with season’s 1st practice

A Fall Youth Chorus, under the direction of Keri Rusthoi, begins with a practice from 4:30 to 5:15 p.m. Thursday at United Methodist Church of Steamboat Springs.

Steamboat School Board swaps paper for iPads

The Steamboat Springs School Board is set to become the second local public body to swap paper board meeting packets for iPads.

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Broadway performer to lead African dance workshop Thursday

Rujeko Dumbutshena weaves together her West African heritage and Western hemisphere influences in a contemporary, rhythmic style. She returns to Steamboat this week to teach an African dance class on Thursday at Bud Werner Memorial Library.

Steamboat City Council, School Board candidates to talk child care

Candidates vying for leadership positions in Steamboat Springs will attend a forum Wednesday to discuss their views on early childhood care and education.

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DuBord to retire from post as deputy city manager

Wendy DuBord, the deputy city manager of Steamboat Springs, will retire from her post Oct. 6. Projects DuBord has overseen in her nearly 19 years with the city include Howelsen Ice Arena, the Tennis Center at Steamboat Springs and the Steamboat Springs Community Center — leading to her reputation as the "backbone of the city."

Environmental experts discuss oil, gas exploration in Routt County

Energy development negatively affects water quality, air quality and wildlife, environmental experts told a crowd of about 120 people at a public forum Tuesday night.

Jimmy Westlake: Draconid meteor storm possible Oct. 8

If you enjoy watching the sky for shooting stars, mark the night of Oct. 8 on your calendar. You just might get treated to a flurry of meteors courtesy of the comet Giacobini-Zinner.

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Joanne Palmer: Pay attention, pet pleasers

I have such a long list of things I want to do that when I hear about something I have absolutely no interest in I think, “What a relief that I don’t have to add that to my list.”

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Steamboat stabilizing Soda Creek downtown

Soda Creek is getting a facelift this week where it flows past Bud Werner Memorial Library in downtown Steamboat, but the improvements to the creek are not merely cosmetic.

The Record for Sept. 26

12:26 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a disturbance at a bar in the 700 block of Yampa Street. A 23-year-old Steamboat woman was arrested for failing to appear in court.

Man reports being shot at in South Routt County

Routt County Sheriff's Office investigating Tuesday incident

The Routt County Sheriff’s Office on Tuesday spent several hours looking for a man who reportedly fired two shots toward another man and his dog outside a home in the southern part of the county.

Mark Udall: A day to celebrate

This month, we finally put an end to a discriminatory military policy that was crafted almost two decades ago during a time when we weren’t at war with another country, but rather we were bitterly divided — politically and socially — against ourselves.

Our View: Medical marijuana centers should be banned

Medical marijuana centers are engaged in a sham that uses the guise of medicine to promote the sale of marijuana for recreational use.

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Bag scanner aids security efforts at Routt County Justice Center

A bag-screening machine is on loan from the Summit County Sheriff’s Office while Routt County officials apply for a grant to fund a permanent one for the Justice Center.

The following tariff sheets of Yampa Valley Electric Association, Inc. are hereby submitted

The following tariff sheets of Yampa Valley Electric Association, Inc. are hereby submitted

Town of Yampa - Accounts Payable

Town of Yampa - Accounts Payable May June July 2011

ORDINANCE NO. 611

ORDINANCE NO. 611 AMENDMENT TO ORDINANCE 582 RE: WATER AND SEWER TAP FEES BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE TOWN OF OAK CREEK:

PUBLIC NOTICE Twenty Mile Coal TR Foidel

PUBLIC NOTICE Twentymile Coal, LLC (TC), 29515 Routt County Road 27, Oak Creek, Colorado 80467, has