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• At 4:30 p.m. on Sunday, above 10,000 feet on Buffalo Pass, light rain was being driven by wind gusts and the temperature had fallen to 47 degrees, suggesting a change of season. After wet July, late summer fails to produce average rainfall in Steamboat Springs
• It’s been 43 years since a one-night film event collected years of footage from King’s rise to civil and human rights hero, and the “King: A Filmed Record...from Montgomery to Memphis” will screen Wednesday at the Chief Theater. Martin Luther King Jr. documentary to show on anniversary at Chief Theater
• District officials believe the school district could better manage its own special education program. Steamboat Springs School District wants to withdraw from NW BOCES
• Joel Miller, of Craig, was arrested Monday in Steamboat Springs on charges of health care fraud, money laundering and dispensing controlled substances that allegedly resulted in death, according to a Department of Justice press release. Former Craig doctor arrested for prescribing medication that allegedly resulted in death
• The Steamboat Springs High School football team is about to find out what, exactly, momentum is worth. Steamboat football eager to kick off new season
• Elk archery season opens Saturday, and locals can get a kickstart to their hunt at the Hunting Film Tour's stop today in Steamboat Springs. Hunting film on tap at Chief
Tom Ross: Bike Week in Steamboat created lasting memories in some unexpected ways
Jimmy Westlake: Cassiopeia ushers in autumn
Steamboat briefs: Routt County Riders hosting a trail workday Wednesday
The Record for Sunday, Aug. 25, 2013