Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Wednesday, April 3

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• Public Safety Director Joel Rae said the potential costs stemming from the passage of Amendment 64 include law enforcement monitoring of marijuana operations as well as the time and effort of the city's clerk and its attorney during the application process. City of Steamboat Springs working to determine potential cost of Amendment 64 implementation

• Last spring, the Routt County District Attorney’s Office filed a combined 32 misdemeanor charges and six felony charges against the men after a joint investigation by Colorado Parks and Wildlife and the Michigan Department of Natural Resources. Dispositions reached in Routt County wildlife cases

• Steamboat Springs residents who drove to work under gray skies Tuesday morning and thought they were seeing a little green grass poking out of south-facing road embankments weren’t imagining things. Rain, snow mix in Steamboat could resemble thunder showers

• Mountain Pine Manufacturing won the business plan competition through Colorado Mountain College and the city of Steamboat Springs at the end of 2012 and with it $2,500. Mountain Pine Manufacturing to ramp up production of wood strand mulch from beetle-killed trees

• Sales tax collections in the city of Steamboat Springs were up nearly 7 percent in February compared with February 2012, according to a preliminary report released Monday. Preliminary February 2013 report shows Steamboat Springs sales tax collections up 7 percent

• The Routt County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously Tuesday to spend an additional $43,000 on liquid magnesium chloride to extend the dust-inhibiting treatment to portions of eight more roads. Routt County will spend more to inhibit dusty roads in persistent drought

• Just five days after tangling in Gypsum, the Steamboat Springs High School girls soccer team did just about whatever it wanted on a drizzly Tuesday at Gardner Field, beating Eagle Valley, 6-0. Steamboat Springs girls soccer easily beats Eagle Valley

• Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club skier Sophia Schwartz won the U.S. title in dual moguls Saturday. Steamboat Springs skier Schwartz earns US championship

• Ali Pougiales scored a pair of goals in helping the Sailors go 2-0-1 last week. Against Battle Mountain, in a 1-1 draw, Pougiales moved from to the central back role and played the entire game, including overtime. Athlete of the Week: Ali Pougiales

Officials investigate shooting in Hot Sulphur Springs

Thoughtful Parenting: What is a healthy weight for your child?

Jimmy Westlake: Diamond in the sky

Our View: Steamboat Springs Education Fund Board changes are welcome

Steamboat briefs: Weigh and Win runs until April 26 in Steamboat

The Record for Monday, April 1, 2013

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