Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Tuesday, Feb. 5

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• The Steamboat Springs School District is among a small group of districts in Colorado that could lose a significant portion of their state funding under a new state Senate bill seeking major changes to Colorado's complex school finance formula. Steamboat Springs educators concerned by early drafts of Senate bill seeking major changes to school finance formula

• Hayden Valley Elementary School teachers are eager to welcome back their students Tuesday after a weekend flood filled some portions of the school with ankle-deep water and cancelled a day of classes. Classes at Hayden Valley Elementary School to resume Tuesday after weekend flood

• “It is taking little additional stress to trigger large, deep and dangerous avalanches,” reports Scott Toepfer of the Colorado Avalanche Information Center. Buffalo Pass skier escapes avalanche after jumping off rock northeast of Steamboat Springs

Jimmy Westlake: Meet the Gemini twins

Steamboat briefs: The Haven Assisted Living Center offers respite care

Tom Ross: All bets up in the air when football stadium lights go off

The Record for Feb. 3, 2013

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