News for Wednesday, September 26, 2012



Steamboat briefs: Out of the Shadows weekly Thursday meeting temporarily canceled

Out of the Shadows weekly Thursday meetings will be temporarily canceled. Organizers of the veteran support group hope to resume meetings soon.

Roundup of Routt County prep sports games this weekend

Roundup of Routt County prep sports games this weekend

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Iron Horse Inn tenants hope demolition proposal doesn't become reality

Iron Horse tenants say their home isn't perfect. But it's efficient. It's comfortable. It's “Melrose Place.” And they don't want the city to raze it and replace with a new police station.

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Candidates discuss early childhood education in Routt County

Candidates for Routt County and state offices focused at a Wednesday forum on education and the importance of not letting area youths fall through the cracks.

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Artists gain insight during Carpenter Ranch residency

Sponsored by the Front Range-based Colorado Art Ranch, the program is in its fourth year of cultivating environment-based works of art and literature.

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Soroco football looks to rebound against Vail Christian on Friday

The Soroco High School football team gets back to action Friday playing undefeated Vail Christian. The Rams have gotten the better of the Saints in the past two meetings.

The Record for Sept. 25, 2012

8:27 a.m. Officers were called to a report of vandalism in the 3400 block of Hiawatha Court. A bear had broken a car window.

Jim Webster: What were we thinking?

Fast forward to March 2017 and the news being reported at that time: The Sleeping Giant Casino, next to Yampa Valley Regional Airport, now has been open nine months.

Steamboat Springs Winter Running Series to return Saturday

The Steamboat Springs Winter Running Series returns on Saturday with the Steamboat Sneak, a benefit for Soda Creek and Strawberry Park elementary schools.

Yampa Valley Wellness Conference is Saturday in Steamboat

The Yampa Valley Wellness Conference is about more than suicide. Now in its second year, conference organizers are looking to reach all residents of the valley about the psychology of wellness.

TIC Holdings to complete transition out of Steamboat by end of 2013

TIC Holdings, the contracting firm founded in Steamboat in 1974, will be relocating its Steamboat personnel and operations by the end of 2013.

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Storm Peak sees 1st snow of season as rain falls in Steamboat

There's snow on the ground. Storm Peak saw its first dusting of snow above 10,000 feet as Steamboat Springs received more rain.

Oak Creek Town Board to consider community funding requests

On Thursday night, the Oak Creek Town Board will consider community support funding requests as part of its work on the town's 2013 budget.

Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Wednesday, Sept. 26

Parents and teens consider college choices at Tuesday's fair, a Steamboat resident's chocolates are featured in the green room for "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" and Tammie Delaney has big plans for the Hayden Granary.