Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Friday, April 26

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• Dagny McKinley’s latest book “The Springs of Steamboat” recently was released through publisher History Press and details the history of Steamboat Springs through its namesake natural wonders. Steamboat author releases history book about local natural hot springs

• State Rep. Diane Mitsch Bush said she told her fellow Transportation and Energy Committee members she wanted to see changes to Senate Bill 13-252 because she is concerned about the impact on rural households, schools and businesses. State Rep. Mitsch Bush insists on changes to renewable energy bill

• A group of Grand County residents wants to spend $46 million to make safer a stretch of road that is heavily used by Routt County residents and visitors. Under and overpasses proposed to increase safety on Colo. 9 in Grand County

• The just-announced course for the 2013 USA Pro Challenge has some big differences for Steamboat Springs, and this year will include some of locals' favorite road riding routes. Pro Cycling route to include thrilling dash to finish, ride along popular Twentymile

Community Agriculture Alliance: Supporting industrial hemp

A Dog's Eye View: Learning the consequences

Rob Douglas: Denver pot rally does harm

Steamboat briefs: Museum seeking vintage car owners to participate

The Record for Wednesday, April 25, 2013

Andy Bockelman: Emotions, speedometers run high in ‘Place Beyond the Pines’

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