Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Friday, Nov. 30

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• There’s a slight chance of snow in town Friday night, and odds are a little better for Mount Werner, according to the National Weather Service. Chance of snow enters weekend forecast for Steamboat

• Blight may be a strong word, but downtown Steamboat Springs officials and stakeholders plan to move forward with identifying the areas of downtown that need some work. Expert discusses process for funding downtown Steamboat Springs improvements

• The Rotary Club of Steamboat Springs has stepped up to keep the community holiday party alive after the city of Steamboat Springs cut funding for the annual holiday tradition. Rotary Club of Steamboat Springs to keep holiday tradition alive

• The cancellation that stood out most for the Rabbit Ears Motel was the 10-day reservation by a party that comes to Steamboat every winter and summer. Lack of natural snow hurts lodging reservations

• The Oak Creek Police Department is pursuing multiple leads to determine who set off homemade bottle bombs around town Monday, but no suspects have been identified. No suspects have been identified in Oak Creek homemade bomb case

• Members of the Steamboat Kiwanis Club will sell their collectible holiday ornaments for $8 at City Market on Dec. 8 and 9. Steamboat kayaker featured on 2012 Kiwanis Club holiday ornament

• Hayden, Steamboat Springs and Soroco high schools' girls basketball ball teams get their seasons started Friday. Routt County girls basketball teams prep for weekend openers

• Hayden’s young team struggled with Rangely’s post players and couldn’t overcome a slow start. Hayden girls basketball team drops opener to Rangely, 34-15

• Hayden was too big and too talented for Soroco, delaying at least for a night the Rams’ resurgence by virtue of a 65-45 victory in Oak Creek. Hayden overpowers Soroco in boys basketball opener

Rob Douglas: Time for clarity regarding infrastructure expenses

The Record for Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2012

Steamboat briefs: Applications for the Holiday Wishes program due Friday

Routt County officials recognized for service, dedication

A Dog's Eye View: Investment banking

Community Agriculture Alliance: The power of an old building

Explore Steamboat

• The pair collaborate on the final products, and the pieces on display this month at the Artists’ Gallery of Steamboat bear the marks of father and daughter. Steamboat father-daughter team collaborate on mineral sculptures

• Aoife Hearty’s jazz-inspired vocals sets the band apart immediately, but there are some subtle structural differences that result in Rodina’s unique sound. Rodina brings 'high-powered ambient dance' music to Steamboat on Saturday

Andy Bockelman: ‘Breaking Dawn’ lacks bite

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