Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Wednesday, April 24

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• Josh Kilbane still has a long list of permits he must obtain before he can begin processing roasting chickens west of Milner, but Kilbane received three thumbs up from the Routt County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday. Routt County chicken farmer seeks permit to process his own roasters

• About $40,000 has been awarded to hire a part-time person to advocate for victims of sexual assault and to help improve the way the crimes are investigated and prosecuted in Routt County. Grant-funded coordinator to work with sexual assault victims, investigators

• According to Steamboat Springs Police Department Deputy Chief Bob DelValle, the men were arrested after a series of controlled drug buys arranged by ACET. The investigation began in October. 4 men accused of dealing cocaine in Steamboat Springs

• The warming trend takes hold with an expected high of 59 degrees Friday before temperatures forecast in the 60s break out for the weekend. Winter hanging tough in Steamboat; 60s on the way

• Steamboat Springs' Blake Worsley recently qualified for the World Championships in Barcelona. Steamboat Springs swimmer Blake Worsley back in the pool

Steamboat briefs: Steamboat crews will be cleaning medians Wednesday

Our View: A special graduation for CMC

Thoughtful Parenting: Help prevent child abuse

The Record for Monday, April 22, 2013

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