Thursday, December 13, 2012
Good morning Steamboat Today readers.
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• Steamboat's longest-established florist recently announced she will close the flower shop that has graced the 30-foot-tall atrium of the Pine Grove Center for nearly 30 years. Steamboat's longest-established florist prepares to start next chapter of career
• A Steamboat Springs teen arrested last week pleaded guilty Wednesday to criminal mischief related to spraying graffiti in Steamboat Springs and Yampa. Teen sentenced for graffiti in Steamboat, Yampa
• A former Steamboat Springs resident has been sentenced to 15 days in jail for stealing from her former employer. Woman ordered to pay back $45,000 to former Steamboat employer
• Grease Monkey and Big O Tires on the west side of Steamboat Springs have combined to become Yampa Valley Tire Pros and Express Lube. Steamboat Grease Monkey, Big O Tires owners change auto franchises
• A new show by artists Jill Bergman, Michelle Ideus and Karen Schulman, called MiJiKa (a meshing of the first two letters of their names), is hanging now at the Depot Art Center and will be on display for the month of December. Steamboat Springs, as seen through the MiJiKa filter
• The Steamboat Springs School District still is waiting to receive its first letter of interest for an open seat on its School Board. Steamboat Springs School District seeks candidates for open School Board seat
• Phillip is charcoal in color with black spots and is 25 to 30 pounds — the size of a large fox. Exotic cat missing in Steamboat
• Former Steamboat Springs football players Alex Wood and Austin Hinder will be playing under new coaches in college next season. Steamboat's Austin Hinder, Alex Wood reflect on new coach hirings at Cal, CU
• A look at where Routt County teams play this weekend. Routt County teams prepare for weekend action
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