Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Monday, Dec. 23

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• On Thursday, the Colorado Department of Education denied Steamboat Springs School District's months-long push to withdraw from NW BOCES and become its own special education administrative unit. Department of Education denies Steamboat's request to withdraw from NW BOCES

• It may not have tasted all that great, but the 8-ounce shots of a dark green concoction that included kale, frozen berries, heaps of spinach, orange juice and other veggies helped Debbie Aragon's insurance office prevail in Livewell Northwest Colorado's first 5210 challenge. LiveWell Northwest Colorado announces winners of first 5210 challenge

• Somewhere between the cutesy nostalgia of “A Christmas Story” and the vileness of “Gremlins” lie the best holiday films that exemplify how much Christmas can change your whole outlook. You may not think about how depressing some of your favorite flicks appear, but that’s because by the end, all is well even after the worst circumstances. The Bock’s Office: ‘Darkest before dawn’ is key in holiday movies

• Serina Kidd led all SSWSC Alpine skiers — men or women — in Sunday's finale of the Surefoot Holiday Classic at Howelsen Hill. Kidd again leads club Alpine skiers in Holiday Classic finale

• Routt County high school wrestlers took on their final invitational before the holiday break. Then, the heart of each team's schedule ramps up in January. Area wrestlers finish early-season schedule at West Grand Invite

• Bryan Fletcher followed up his top-20 finish in Saturday's World Cup Nordic combined competition with a top-10 placing on Sunday. Bryan Fletcher again paces all Americans at in World Cup Nordic combined event

Discovering Steamboat: 75-year-old tradition marks Santa's arrival

Health briefs: VNA’s vital records services announce holiday closures

Healthy Eating: Rosemary roasted sweet potatoes

Thinking About Health: The challenge of signing up for Obamacare

Thoughtful Parenting: Keeping kids safe from items contaminated with lead

Monday Medical: Holidays a good time to gather family health history

LiveWell Northwest Colorado: Take control of TV and other screen time

Steamboat briefs: Howelsen Hill Ski Area holiday operating hours

The Record for Saturday, Dec. 21, 2013

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