Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Tuesday, Aug. 13

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• The runway at Yampa Valley Regional Airport will be closed for about 60 days during spring 2014. Yampa Valley Regional Airport to pause air service in 2014 for repairs

• At Orthopedics of Steamboat Springs, the word MRI now conjures up scenes of people laying back in a chair as they take advantage of the office's new extremity MRI machine. New MRI machine in Steamboat Springs makes scans more comfortable

• Ford on Monday became the first non-incumbent to file for the race. Economist Scott Ford plans run for Steamboat Springs City Council

• James Lehmann is hoping his journey from Steamboat Springs to Fort Collins will shed some light on those dealing with Type 2 diabetes. Steamboat Springs resident wants to raise awareness of diabetes with 160-mile bike ride to Fort Collins

• Steamboat athletic director Luke DeWolfe said Monday that lacrosse and baseball head coaching jobs were re-listed and that he hoped to make hires soon. Steamboat still looking for pair of preps coaches

• Either way, organizers of the looming inaugural Steamboat Springs Bike Week are hoping a bike-filled week will help showcase Steamboat's cycling diversity. Organizers have big plans for Bike Week

Tom Ross: Small dogs make big splash at Routt County Fair in Hayden

Steamboat briefs: Steamboat All Arts Festival seeking volunteer greeters

The Record for Sunday, Aug. 11, 2013

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