Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Friday, Oct. 26

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Good morning Steamboat Today readers

• Slick conditions led to numerous car crashes Wednesday and Thursday, but no serious injuries were reported. One of the crashes involved a South Routt County school bus. Eagerly awaited snow in Steamboat also brings car accidents

• Steamboat Springs individuals and businesses are being honored Friday for their many contributions to the community. Steamboat Springs Navigator Award recipients honored for commitment to community

• A petition submitted to Oak Creek about management fees for the town’s utilities once again was a topic of interest during the Town Board’s budget work session Thursday night. Oak Creek Town Board to educate residents about budget

• The season is right around the corner. There’s no better time to haul out the gear and see what fits, what doesn’t and check what maintenance needs to be done on skis and snowboards. Sharpen and shine time arrives for Routt County skiers

• The memory of the now demolished Monson Hall won’t be resting in peace after its spirit as the home of the Screamboat Chamber of Horror is resurrected in the Screamboat 14. Steamboat's Screamboat 14 haunts a new venue at CMC

• There’s treat and tricks a-plenty in Steamboat leading up to Halloween, including Wednesday's annual downtown Halloween Stroll and a special Amputators show at The Tap House Sports Grill on Saturday. Tricks and treats on tap for Steamboat Halloween events

• The Hayden High School football team hosts its first crossover game Saturday against Simla. Hayden football team preps for crossover game

• In its sixth year, the Steamboat Springs Mustache Ride raised $6,000 for the Routt County Humane Society. Steamboat Springs Mustache Ride donates $6K to Humane Society

• A half-million dollar piece of logging equipment nearly was destroyed after catching fire early Wednesday. Fire nearly destroys logging equipment in North Routt County

• The city of Steamboat Springs will continue to wait until June 2014 for former City Manager Alan Lanning to pay back the $133,000 home loan the city gave him six years ago when he was hired. Former city manager Alan Lanning has until 2014 to repay home loan to Steamboat Springs

The Record for Oct. 24, 2012

Steamboat Springs to offer 3-on-3 basketball league

Steamboat briefs: LIFT-UP will distribute coats donated starting Monday

Rob Douglas: Yampa Street deal unfair to citizens

SG Interests applies to drill in Thompson Divide

Building construction picks up in Grand County

Community Agriculture Alliance: Taste the real West Colorado

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Energy Diet: Make home comfort a priority

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