Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Monday, Sept. 10

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Weather: The day should start off sunny with highs near 84 degrees. There is a chance for thunderstorms in the evening and into Tuesday morning.

Local news

• The Steamboat Springs School Board on Monday night will consider signing off on a $60,000 loan to the North Routt Community Charter School to eliminate the school's budget deficit. Steamboat School Board to consider $60K loan for charter school

• Several teachers in the South Routt School District are getting ready to tackle the grueling Run Rabbit Run ultramarathon and collectively run 100 miles starting Friday morning to raise money for South Routt’s newly established endowment fund. South Routt School District teachers ready to tackle Run Rabbit Run

• Horseradish has nothing to do with horses nor with radishes. The name may have derived from the German name for the plant, meerretich, in which “meer” sounds like mare in English. Deb Babcock: Horseradish thrives at altitude

• It’s that time of year: back to school and back to packing snacks and lunches for your kids. Monday Medical: Healthy lunches for school kids

• The atmosphere at Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction turned electric Saturday night during Club 20’s featured candidate debate for Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District. Candidates debate merits for 3rd Congressional District seat

The Record for Sept. 8, 2012

Steamboat briefs: Luncheon this week benefits Tasaru Girls School Fund

Local sports

• Steamboat Springs cyclist Tammy Jacques said she’s encountered nearly everything imaginable on singletrack trails, from cyclists to trail runners, and even a mountain lion. Steamboat's Tammy Jacques stunned by Park City attack

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