Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Monday, Nov. 5

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• 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. City of Steamboat Springs plans ahead for potential Amendment 64 passage

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

• 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. Pair of Steamboat runners advance

Jane McLeod: Bergamot a nice addition

Monday Medical: Whole grains 101: Beyond the wheat box

The Record for Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012

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

Highlights from the weekend:

• In two weeks, the orchestra raised nearly $40,000 in donations to stave off an immediate financial crisis that could have canceled the annual Holiday Concert set for Dec. 1 and 2. Steamboat Symphony Orchestra saved by Arts Council, community support

• An extra dose of patriotism and holiday cheer will be present in Steamboat Springs on Election Day, when a semitrailer pulls the U.S. Capitol Christmas tree through town. US Capitol tree rolling through Steamboat on Tuesday

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