News for Sunday, November 4, 2012



Jane McLeod: Bergamot a nice addition

An herb that has a variety of uses and that has made a strong transition to the flower garden is bergamot, or bee balm.

Steamboat briefs: County Clerk’s office will be closed Monday and Tuesday

The Routt County Clerk and Recorder’s Office, including motor vehicle, will be closed at noon today and all day Tuesday for election business.

Monday Medical: Whole grains 101: Beyond the wheat box

Are you confused about whole grains? A trip to the bread aisle of any grocery store may cause confusion in anyone — with so many labels shouting “whole grain” or “gluten free.”

The Record for Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012

9:56 p.m. Officers were called to a report of a suspicious incident in the 200 block of Willett Heights Trail. A woman called a tow truck driver to unlock her car, and the woman said the driver had acted weird and scared her.

City of Steamboat Springs plans ahead for potential Amendment 64 passage

If Amendment 64 passes Tuesday, Steamboat Springs officials wants to make sure they have local rules in place to regulate the businesses that could sell marijuana for recreational use.

Pair of Steamboat runners advance

Meg O’Connell and Alex Tumminello both competed in Centennial at a Junior Olympics state championship event and both managed to qualify for a regionals race Nov. 17 in New Mexico.

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Wildfire burned Sunday at the base of Sleeping Giant

A agricultural burn got out of control near the base of Sleeping Giant on Sunday afternoon.