Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Wednesday, Nov. 28

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• The test drives are complete. An abundance of community feedback has been weighed. Now, Steamboat Springs Transit is ready to tweak its Yellow Line in an effort to increase its ridership and make it run more efficiently. Changes to Steamboat Springs' Yellow Line bus service take effect Dec. 9

• Max Halterman, owner of OM Gallery in downtown Steamboat Springs, was invited by the Denver Zoo to design and install the new Festival of Lanterns exhibit. Steamboat business owner lights up the night at Denver Zoo

• A Craig woman suspected of being involved in a Thanksgiving hit-and-run at Kum & Go in Hayden has been charged with vehicular eluding, a Class 5 felony, as well as five misdemeanors. Craig woman charged with felony after Thanksgiving hit-and-run

• The Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club ability cross-country team kicked off the season Nov. 23 and 24 with the Yellowstone Ski Festival in West Yellowstone, Mont. Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club cross-country team begins season

• Skiers and snowboarders will have the chance to ski the steep face of Howelsen Hill starting Saturday, when the historic downtown ski area opens for another season. Howelsen Hill Ski Area in downtown Steamboat to open season Saturday

• The Steamboat Springs High School hockey team begins play at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at home under the direction of new coach Brent Tollar. Steamboat Springs hockey team looks to new season, new coach

• Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp. announced that the ski area raised $24,220 at last week’s annual Scholarship Day fundraiser for the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club. Steamboat's Scholarship Day raises $24,220

• The $4.75 million contract awarded to Confluence Energy of Kremmling for beetle-kill removal is one of two such contracts totaling $13.4 million. Kremmling wood pellet plant lands deal for dead timber on Routt National Forest

The Record for Nov. 26, 2012

Luke Graham: University of Colorado has a decision to make

Our View: Board needs a say, for accountability’s sake

Teva out as 11-year title sponsor of Mountain Games

Rerouting of Continental Divide Trail could ban bikes

Joanne Palmer: Dreaming of an iChristmas

Steamboat briefs: Kremmling police looking for witnesses to accident

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