Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Friday, Dec. 20

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Steamboat Winter Sports Club Alpine Program Director Deb Armstrong said her youthful night skiing at Alpental, Wash., outside Seattle was a vivid experience that has stayed with her all of her life. Let your senses take over and ski into the evening at Steamboat Ski Area

The majority of winter flights at Yampa Valley Regional Airport start this week, and on Wednesday, passengers on Alaska Airlines’ new nonstop from Seattle were the first of the season from outside of Colorado to touch down in Hayden. Winter flights ramp up at Yampa Valley Regional Airport

It will be the first time in recent years the council has turned to a facilitator for help with such planning. Steamboat Springs City Council to set future goals at facilitated retreat

The city of Steamboat Springs is banking the extra money from sales tax revenues that are outpacing budgeted amounts, and sales tax gains could continue into the next year as indicators are positive for key contributing sources. Indicators positive for Steamboat Springs sales tax sources

Canadian Darren Gardner and Steamboat's Maggie Rose Carrigan finished off sweeps at the Race to the Cup snowboarding event at Howelsen Hill. Olympics dreams linger for Race to the Cup snowboarders

Billy Demong dominated the final day of Continental Cup competition in Utah. Demong dominates at Continental Cup

Rob Douglas: Sexual identity politics and the Olympics

Dog's Eye View: What's behind door No. 2?

Steamboat briefs: Phippsburg’s Iacovetto earns degree from UNC

The Record for Wednesday, Dec. 18, 2013

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Steamboat Springs High School graduates Tyler Johnson and Lindsay Marias are helping budding country star Cam make a name in the music industry. Rising country music star backed by Steamboat locals

The Stars at Night fundraising gala returns to Steamboat Dec. 30. Tickets must be purchased by Dec. 26. Stars at Night fundraiser returns to Steamboat

Last winter, we were reintroduced to a place that a decade before had captivated our imaginations. Reactions to the second attempt at cinematic greatness were varied, to say the least — some hated it, some were indifferent and others claimed, “I liked it, but …” The good thing about “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug” is it likely will win over some who were put off by the changes made to a beloved classic. Still, the haters have an uphill battle. The Bock’s Office: 2nd ‘Hobbit’ shows dangers of going too big

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