Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Friday, Feb. 1

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• BAP, Big Agnes and Honey Stinger are not the only ones who want to buy the downtown public safety building. A second offer has been submitted to the city by a developer who envisions redeveloping the property. Developer submits competing offer for Steamboat Springs public safety building

• High wind speeds Wednesday night increased the likelihood that the heavy snowfall was being condensed into wind slabs on aspects facing north, east and south. Avalanche warning in effect for mountains near Steamboat Springs

• A car crash Saturday morning on U.S. Highway 40 between Steamboat Springs and Hayden still is under investigation by the Colorado State Patrol this week. Saturday crash that closed US highway 40 still being investigated

• The commissioners say they are losing out on more than $670,000 in property tax revenue annually as a result of the creation of the URA near the base of Steamboat Ski Area in 2005. Routt County commissioners object to downtown Steamboat Springs urban renewal authority

• More than two dozen United States military veterans attended the inaugural STARS and Stripes Heroes Camp in Steamboat Springs. They all came with different stories, but their shared experience proved invaluable. STARStruck: Steamboat adaptive ski camp caters to veterans

• Don’t be surprised if your favorite ski shop is a tad short-handed this weekend. Not because everyone’s out sampling the snow but rather “The Show.” Steamboat’s presence felt at SIA Snow Show

• Highlighting the day for the Sailors, Connor O’Brien, wrestling at 170, and Cole Sittig, at 285, each went 2-0. Steamboat wrestlers beat by Moffat County, Coal Ridge at Craig meet

• The Soroco High School wrestling team knocked off Hayden on Thursday. Hayden, however, had the advantage in matches that counted, beating Soroco 2-1. Soroco knocks off Hayden in wrestling

A Dog's Eye View: Understanding your dogs' body language

Community Agriculture Alliance: Back to the future for local agriculture

Rob Douglas: Invisible war wounds

Steamboat briefs: Crash still being investigated that closed US Highway 40

The Record for Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2013

Explore Steamboat

• Milo Alfring will be showing his artwork — along with collaborative pieces he created with Garrett Brown and the work of Jonathan McHugh — at Urbane during February. The show opens during First Friday Artwalk on Friday. Steamboat tattoo artist Milo Alfring finds freedom in his work

• Local residents Millie Flanigan and Marnie Smith, mothers of Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club athletes, wanted to organize an activity that involved the entire community to celebrate the 100th Winter Carnival. Flash mob planned to celebrate 100th Winter Carnival in Steamboat

Andy Bockelman: Overcoming 'The Impossible'

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