News for Monday, November 26, 2012



Colorado case debates off-duty pot use

A case pending before the Colorado Court of Appeals could have a big impact on whether employers will be able to fire workers who smoke marijuana off duty.

Routt County Sheriff’s Office alerts area schools to suspicious activity

An attempted child abduction in Kremmling last week has prompted the Routt County Sheriff’s Office to call local schools and tell them to be on the lookout for suspicious activity.

The Record for Nov. 25, 2012

12:16 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a complaint about loud music in the first block of Anglers Drive.

Hayden looking into legality of air tax to pay for YVRA water upgrades

Hayden officials are looking into whether Yampa Valley Regional Airport passengers could help pay for a major infrastructure upgrade they say would benefit the airport and the town.

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Jimmy Westlake: Awaiting the big news from Mars

NASA’s intrepid robotic explorer Curiosity has made a significant discovery this month in the red sands of Mars, but NASA officials are being very tight-lipped about what that discovery is.

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Mild weather propels construction at Casey's Pond senior community in Steamboat Springs

Doak Walker House, where residents will receive skilled nursing care, already has windows installed and the roof membrane in place.

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Tom Ross: Learning to wedel, and surviving the hot dog skiing era in Steamboat Springs

Steamboat veterans like Jon Smalley, Rusty Chandler and Suzie (Williams) Lord might admit to having once been hot dog skiers.

Amendment 64 could cause Carbondale council to hit pause on new medical marijuana shops

Town Manager Jay Harrington said medical marijuana dispensaries in Carbondale have shown an interest in retailing under Amendment 64.

Steamboat briefs: Hayden library to close Tuesday through Dec. 3

The Hayden Public Library will be installing new carpet beginning today.