Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Tuesday, April 30

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• Realtor Dean Laird of Colorado Group Realty said he closed the sale of a Walton Creek condominium on Friday, which represented the last bank-owned condo on the Steamboat Springs Multiple Listing Service. New foreclosures in Routt County drop 41 percent in first quarter of 2013

• The caucus that represents more than 100 rural school districts across the state is not backing the major school finance bill approved Monday by the Colorado House of Representatives. Steamboat educators still not on board with major school finance bill that is nearing governor's desk

• Right now, crocuses, hyacinths and even trilliums can be seen poking through the spring soil in the park. Yampa River Botanic Park to open Wednesday

• It was hardly the kind of warmup he wanted his team to have heading into perhaps it two most important games of the season. Rob Bohlmann said his Steamboat Springs High School girls soccer team has no choice but to try to get back up to speed on the fly, however. Steamboat soccer squeaks one out

• The end of the season came for several more local athletes competing at colleges around the country, and the end is in sight for the rest of them. Routt County collegiate athletes roundup for April 30

Tom Ross: Barry Fey's many concerts attracted Steamboat residents to Red Rocks Amphitheater

Jimmy Westlake: Libra – the misfit of the Zodiac

Steamboat briefs: Knitting and Crocheting Group on new schedule

The Record for Sunday, Apil 28, 2013

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