News for Wednesday, October 10, 2012




The Record for Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2012

1:49 p.m. Officers were called to a report of a car that hit a bear at Pine Grove Road and Rollingstone Drive. The bear was fine.

Stahoviak foresees no abrupt changes in oil, gas permitting

The outcome of the Nov. 6 election has the potential to shift county government’s regulatory outlook on permitting oil and gas wells, but it would take time for any policy changes to be noticed.

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Professionals gather in Steamboat for culinary tourism workshop

The participants in Wednesday’s culinary tourism workshop — tourism professionals from advertising agencies, chambers of commerce and visitors centers from across the state — were treated to breakfast, snacks and lunch made from regional foods.

Steamboat Springs wildlife officials trap, relocate injured bear

Hibernation time is near, but the local bear population still is keeping a high profile in Steamboat Springs as it packs on the pounds.

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Preview of Routt County prep sports games this weekend

Get a peek at what to expect for this weekend's games for Routt County high school sports.

Steamboat briefs: ‘The Things They Carried’ community read is Thursday

A community read of Tim O’Brien’s “The Things They Carried” with a live reading by Mike Forney is at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Bud Werner Memorial Library as part of One Book Steamboat.

New hearing set for man accused of firing gun into Steamboat bar

A preliminary hearing has been scheduled again for the man accused of firing a gun toward three people June 9 in a downtown Steamboat Springs bar.

Steamboat's KBCR 1230 AM and 96.9 FM gets new station manager

Craig Koehn has been added as a market manager for Steamboat Springs’ KBCR 1230 AM and 96.9 FM.

Oak Creek to host Routt County Board of Commissioners candidates

If Oak Creek residents want a chance to hear what the four candidates for the Routt County Board of Commissioners have to say about South Routt, they should make sure they’re at Thursday’s Oak Creek Town Board meeting at 7 p.m.

Northwestern Wildcats return to Steamboat from Dec. 15 to 21

Northwestern's ski club president said a lack of snow was an issue in Utah last year and Steamboat’s reputation for receiving early snow factored into the decision for this year’s destination.

Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Wednesday, Oct. 10

Emerald Mountain School prepares for its annual fundraising auction, Brita Horn is appointed Routt County treasurer and a local economic report shows retail sales slightly up.