Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Monday, Dec. 31

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• After the Holy Name Catholic Church pews fill up, parishioners head to the large basement, where mass is broadcast on a TV. But that will change in a couple of years, when the expanded church will be able to accommodate everyone. Holy Name Catholic Church leaders excited by progress of church expansion

• Routt County Search and Rescue volunteers were able to contact the snowmobilers Sunday night and determine they are stuck in a ravine in the north fork of the Fish Creek drainage. Search to resume Monday morning for 5 snowmobilers stranded on Buffalo Pass

• On Dec. 20, the South Routt School Board celebrated being named the top board in the state by the Colorado Association of School Boards and was awarded $2,500, which it donated to the district's endowment fund. South Routt School Board uses award money to grow educational endowment

• Registration opens at midnight Jan. 1 for the 2013 Steamboat Springs Running Series, which will undergo several scheduling changes in the new year. Running Series registration, including Steamboat Marathon and Run Rabbit Run, opens Jan. 1

Mountain news brief: Snowmass staffer dies in avalanche

Steamboat briefs: Horizons seeks volunteers to be individual mentors

Monday Medical: Turning dreams into actions

Jane McLeod: Rosemary: the herb of remembrance

The Record for Saturday, Dec. 29, 2012

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