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• The Routt County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved the new oil well with baseline testing on two neighboring water wells as a condition of approval. Routt County Commissioners approve Trout Creek oil well
• What started months ago as an effort to revitalize Yampa Street has evolved into a broader mission to attract more people to downtown Steamboat Springs. Yampa Street revitalization effort evolves to include entire downtown area
• There was no time for homework or lectures this week at Yampa Valley High School with a large Thanksgiving feast to prepare for. Yampa Valley High School hopes to start Thanksgiving tradition
• County Finance Director Dan Strnad said increases in property taxes will allow the county to restore pay cuts and fully fund its schedule of asphalt road overlays. Proposed Routt County budget restores employee pay cuts
• The Steamboat Springs High School cheerleading team finished well during the weekend and is eyeing a national competition in February. Steamboat Springs cheerleading team does well in Denver
• On average, an adult will get two to five colds per year, according to a study cited by the Common Cold Centre at Cardiff University in the United Kingdom. Tips for staying healthy during the holiday season
• Three Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club moguls skiers participated in an all-star camp in Vail over the weekend. Steamboat freestyle skiers get early on-snow action in Vail
• Tread of Pioneers Museum in downtown Steamboat Springs will be closed Monday through Dec. 3 because of a remodel. Tread of Pioneers Museum will be closed until Dec. 3
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The Record for Monday, Nov. 19, 2012
Thoughtful Parenting: Managing materialism during the holidays
Colorado ski resorts offering weather-based deals
Steamboat briefs: Free winter coats are available at LIFT-UP until 5 p.m. Wednesday