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• A growing nonprofit dedicated to preventing suicides in Northwest Colorado will expand its reach thanks to the continuing generosity of a passionate giving circle. Giving circle bolsters area nonprofit groups with grants
• Board President Brian Kelly said the school district will have to “take a hard look” at a small number of school programs and classes that have declining enrollment and decide whether they should continue to be funded. Steamboat Springs School District's budget season starts Monday with community forum
• The Steamboat Springs High School baseball team swept a doubleheader Saturday, beating Battle Mountain twice. Steamboat baseball wins both ends of doubleheader against Battle Mountain
• The Hayden High School boys basketball team had a season to remember, running undefeated through the Western Slope League. And that season was appropriately honored last month as the Tigers earned the most all-league honors of any team in the area. Hayden boys basketball team leads all-conference lists
• A Saturday meet at Eagle Valley had coaches feeling optimistic as area athletes recorded some of their best times and distances of the season. Local track teams running into action
• There were big wins for the Steamboat Springs boys and girls high school lacrosse teams and the stage was set for a big game for the girls soccer squad. High School sports roundup for April 8
Steamboat briefs: Tri Club at Old Town Hot Springs to be held Tuesday
Monday Medical: The aging of autism
Jane McLeod: More to know about hardy roses
The Record for Saturday, April 6, 2013