News for Friday, November 23, 2012



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Steamboat, Hayden basketball set for preseason scrimmage

The Sailors will play host to the Tigers for an 11 a.m. scrimmage Saturday, and it’s an opportunity both teams are relishing.

The Record for Nov. 22, 2012

10:04 p.m. Officers were called to a report of snowmaking guns being too loud in the 2900 block of Trails Edge. A man called officers and said he could not sleep and would break the snowmaking guns if they were not turned off. Officers talked to snowmaking personnel from Steamboat Ski Area, and they turned off the guns.

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Steamboat's Old Town Hot Springs eyes $6M in improvements

The board of directors at Old Town Hot Springs would like to make $6 million in improvements to the recreational facility that has been around as long as there has been a town called Steamboat Springs.

Nordic combined team readies for 1st World Cup

The U.S. Nordic combined team begins the World Cup circuit Saturday in Norway.

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Steamboat Springs retailers see upswing on Black Friday

Although Black Friday historically is a little different in Steamboat, the American tradition of shopping the day after Thanksgiving gave local shop owners reason for optimism.

Real estate sales bounce back in October on $43M in sales

The last time Routt County saw more than $40 million in October real estate dollars was in 2008, when it crested $49,600, according to Stan Urban, of Land Title Guarantee Co.

Temperatures rise into 50s Saturday before chance of snow Sunday

The National Weather Service expects the unseasonably warm daytime temperatures to moderate into the low 40s by Monday.

Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Friday, Nov. 23

The Turkey Trot draws a crowd, Steamboat Ski Area opens and we take a look at new winter gear.