News for Friday, November 9, 2012




No plans to market pot in Steamboat Springs

While some see opportunities, others have expressed concerns. One thing is for certain, though. The passage of Amendment 64 has put Colorado in the national spotlight.

Former Steamboat councilmen Ivancie, Brenner eyeing open District 3 commissioner spot

Routt Democratic Chairwoman Catherine Carson says “There are absolutely zero favorites and zero frontrunners” for the Board of Commissioners' District 3 seat being vacated by House District 26 representative-elect Diane Mitsch Buh.

The Record for Nov. 8, 2012

8:46 p.m. Officers were called to a report of a woman who was driving a car after stumbling out of a bar at Yampa and Seventh streets.

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Steamboat Rocky Mountain Cheer welcomes back Dan Atkins

After closing his Steamboat Springs gymnasium in 2007, Dan Atkins is back helping Steamboat Rocky Mountain Cheer.

Hayden High School to host second Activities Gala

The Hayden School District will host its second annual Activities Gala on Nov. 17.

Mainstreet Steamboat Springs exploring plan to bring summer concerts to Yampa Street

Mainstreet Steamboat Springs is hoping to liven up Yampa Street next summer with a series of weekly or monthly concerts.

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Steamboat Ski Area revives membership club in Torian Plum Plaza

The Steamboat Base Club will be open to the public daily from 3 to 8 p.m. for après ski with a full-service bar and food.

Senior citizens driving class is Nov. 26 at Steamboat Springs Community Center

The AARP is offering the seniors driving class for free to veterans and their dependents who register online this month.

Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Friday, Nov. 9

A storm is heading to Steamboat, Wayne Lemley resigns from Steamboat's School Board and a man gets 90 days in jail for a downtown fight.