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• Instead of “squad lines,” dodgeball battles and synchronized calisthenics, Chris Adams more commonly coaches his students while they use digital pedometers, spring off of Bosu balls and break sweats playing motion capture video games on the Xbox 360 and Wii. Steamboat Springs Middle School PE teacher receives state honor
• The 16-team playoff bracket was announced Sunday and Hayden, seeded 14th, is set to travel to play against No. 3 Akron. The Tigers also matched up with the Rams in the 2007 Class 1A playoff semifinals. No. 14 Hayden draws Akron again
• Steamboat Springs Parks, Open Space and Recreational Services offices behind the Howelsen Ice Arena are having mold remediation done by EcoTreck Environmental Solutions. Steamboat Springs Parks and Recreation building gets deep cleaning
The Record for Oct. 27, 2012
Steamboat briefs: Early voting ongoing at the Routt County Courthouse
Monday Medical: Safeguard your snow days with ski fitness
Deb Babcock: Trademarked and patented plants
County Agenda for Oct. 29 and 30
Highlights from the weekend
• Brent Christensen and his partner, Ryan Davis, will be overseeing the creation of a unique ice castle, which will be open to the public for tours sometime in mid-December in Ski Time Square. Steamboat ice castle to grow from the ground up in Ski Time Square this winter
• The dust finally has settled at CMC's new academic center, but behind the scenes, fundraisers with the college still are working to raise $750,000. Colorado Mountain College fundraisers still working to meet $2.8 million goal
Tom Ross: November can sneak up on skiers and riders
Our View: Helping with Yellow Line gives CMC chance to show it is the community’s college
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