Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Monday, Oct. 15

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Local news

• Here in the Yampa Valley, women with breast cancer are not alone: Local organizations and fundraisers are there to fill in the gaps in resources, funding and support, adding an extra boost of hope along the arduous path to recovery. Yampa Valley women with breast cancer not alone in fight

• Eight women in the Yampa Valley share their struggles and triumphs in their battle with breast cancer. 8 Yampa Valley breast cancer survivors share their stories

• The medical network in place to detect and treat breast cancer in the Yampa Valley is vast, and it is growing. Medicines have become more targeted. New surgeons and radiologists have arrived in town. And the fight is staying closer to home. New technology, treatment options aid in local fight against breast cancer

• One in 7 women in Colorado are diagnosed with breast cancer. Breast cancer advocates and medical professionals said regular check ups and awareness are important in saving lives. Knowing what to look for and when to look key with breast cancer

• Deb Babcock: Mushrooms of the Routt County forest

• Monday Medical: A closer look at mammography

• The Record for Saturday, Oct. 13, 2012

• Steamboat briefs: Medicare Part D open enrollment ends Dec. 7

Local sports

• The Steamboat Springs High School tennis team got several chances in the consolation bracket but didn't score any medals at the state tournament. Steamboat tennis 8th at state

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