Monday, December 17, 2012
Good morning Steamboat Today readers.
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• The National Weather Service in Grand Junction is forecasting a series of strong winter storms will drop several more inches of snow in Steamboat Springs and the surrounding mountains through Wednesday. Powerful winter storms expected to affect Steamboat through Wednesday
• The police officers and firefighters who work at 840 Yampa St. likely will find out Tuesday whether the Steamboat Springs City Council will commit to building them a new headquarters. Steamboat City Council to weigh sale of emergency services building at Tuesday meeting
• The Steamboat Springs School Board on Monday night will discuss whether a parcel of land it owns west of Steamboat could be a suitable location for a new fire station. Steamboat School Board to discuss city's interest in building fire station west of town
• More than 60 snowboarders flocked to Howelsen Hill on Sunday, competing in a pair of United States of America Snowboard Association events in downtown Steamboat Springs. Locals fare well in snowboard races
• Steamboat Springs Nordic combined veteran proved again that he's among the world's best, dominating a weekend of racing in Utah. Steamboat's Lodwick strong at Continental Cup weekend
• All three Routt County high school wrestling programs wrapped up their 2012 schedules Saturday at a tournament at West Grand High School in Kremmling. Routt wrestling teams place well at West Grand, keep eye on improving
The Record for Saturday, Dec. 15, 2012
Yule Log Clue No. 6
County Agenda for Dec. 17 and 18
Steamboat briefs: Phippsburg lighting contest set for 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday
Monday Medical: Give the gift of health
Deb Babcock: New Master Gardener class starts Jan. 31