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• Toxicology tests show the 32-year-old Yampa woman found dead in a Steamboat Springs hotel room March 15 had a significant amount of alcohol and prescription painkillers in her system. Toxicology results show Yampa woman had alcohol, painkillers in her system
• Meteorologist Joel Gratz forecasts that Steamboat Ski Area could see 4 to 11 inches of new snow from Friday night to Monday night with the best chance of snow arriving Saturday night. Moisture contained in snow near Steamboat Springs grew by 3 percentage points in March
• A major condo project slated for Whistler Road and Skyview Terrace earned final approval from the Steamboat Springs City Council on Tuesday night, but some of the development's neighbors aren't happy with the decision. Steamboat Springs City Council gives final OK to major condo project
• The Sailors were sharp when they needed to be, pulling ahead 7-4 by half then away in the second to beat Fruita Monument 12-8, a comfortable win. Sailors girls lacrosse wins again, knocks off Fruita, 12-8
• Five-time Ironman triathlon champion Heather Gollnick moved to Steamboat Springs with her family three months ago. Elite triathlete Heather Gollnick makes new home in Steamboat Springs
Steamboat briefs: Eat, Give, Care fundraiser to be held for New Frontiers
A Dog's Eye View: Life with Stuart Little
Community Agriculture Alliance: Making the most of the season
The Record for Wednesday, April 3, 2013
• It’s the art behind the architecture Bill Rangitsch hopes everyone can celebrate during the third year of Colorado Architecture Month. Steamboat architects celebrate art in their work during Colorado Architecture Month
• “The Croods” sticks you right in the crook of its smelly, unshaven armpit and doesn’t let go. And oddly enough, you get used to its grosser qualities quickly to see the big heart within. Andy Bockelman: ‘The Croods’ has rocks in its head — in a good way
Steamboat briefs: Cabaret sketch comedy production set for May