Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Friday, Oct. 5

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Weather: The high for Steamboat Springs on Friday is forecast to be 58 degrees. The low should be about 22 degrees.

Local news

• The Steamboat Art Museum’s fall colors workshop required early mornings, long days and plenty of hard drive space. As important as any of that, though, may have been a good memory. Rod Hanna's fall color photography tips worth absorbing

• Decorated by victims, survivors and family members of domestic violence, the Clothesline Project's T-shirts told a crowd of about 50 people the stories of hope, anger, justice, heartbreak and courage that otherwise might not be told. Advocates celebrates Domestic Violence Awareness Month

• A car accident in the southern part of Routt County killed one person Thursday evening, according to the Routt County Sheriff’s Office. 1 dead after car crash in South Routt County

• Routt County residents can make more room for their winter gear by taking household junk down to the community recycling event from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday at Howelsen Hill. Community recycling event Saturday in Steamboat Springs

• Snowmaking began Tuesday at the U.S. Ski Team Speed Center at Copper Mountain, and the resort announced a contest that would allow the winners to ski with members of the U.S. Ski Team. Copper Mountain begins snowmaking operations

• As of Thursday morning, a fire 15 miles northwest of Rifle had burned 600 acres of conifer, subalpine fir and spruce with a heavy component of beetle-killed timber. Fire near Rifle could produce haze over Yampa Valley

• Rob Douglas: There's no free money

• Energy Diet: How much can you lose?

• Community Agriculture Alliance: Conservation support and assistance

• A Dog's Eye View: The power of hand signals

• The Record for Oct. 3, 2012

• Steamboat briefs: Some trails on Emerald Mountain to be closed Saturday, Sunday

Explore Steamboat

• The “1 +1” Invitational Show offered the chance for Artists’ Gallery of Steamboat members to celebrate an artist they share a connection with by hanging their work side by side. '1 + 1' offers Steamboat artists a chance to show off muses

• Bellwether Prize winners Naomi Benaron and Hillary Jordan will talk about their books during a free event Sunday at the Bud Werner Memorial Library. Bellwether Prize recipients to speak in Steamboat Springs

Local sports

• Steamboat couldn't keep up with Battle Mountain on Thursday night, and the Huskies completed a season sweep of the Sailors with a 4-0 win. Battle Mountain soccer blanks Steamboat, 4-0

• The Steamboat Springs Winter Running Series continues Saturday with the inaugural Hahn's Peak Wild Flower Loop. Steamboat Springs Running Series to introduce Hahn's Peak loop

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