Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Wednesday, Feb. 6

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• Typically, the best marrow matches are relatives, but when Amy Minotto first was diagnosed with a rare blood disease, her sister turned out not to be a match. So when she was diagnosed with a second rare blood disorder in November, she went to the registry. Steamboat Springs resident encourages others to join marrow registry

• Shell Oil has installed an ozone monitoring device at a well near Hayden, and the Desert Research Institute lab on Storm Peak is contemplating monitoring ozone levels, as well. Routt County seeks cost share with city of Steamboat Springs on ozone monitoring

• The two-hour open house comes as the city seeks applicants for a task force that will help decide how to execute and pay for costly upgrades to Steamboat's stormwater system. City to host open house to discuss stormwater master plan

• The former manager of a Steamboat Springs entertainment venue faces a felony charge after being accused of taking control of domain names owned by her former employer. Steamboat Springs woman accused of taking control of former employer's domain names

• Marsha Daughenbaugh will be the 25th recipient of the award that is given annually by Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp. to a woman who has achieved a standard of excellence in her field through the pursuit of personal goals. Routt County agriculture advocate recipient of Hazie Werner Award

• The city's downtown public safety building no longer is for sale, and plans to build new, more efficient headquarters for the police officers and firefighters who work inside aren't scheduled to be heard again in Centennial Hall until May. Steamboat Springs City Council cancels proposed sale of downtown public safety building

• The podiums just keep coming for a Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club snowboarding program that already is in the midst of one of the best seasons of its existence. Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club snowboard program records more top results

• Winter Sports Club kids dominated in cross-country, special jumping and Nordic combined events during the weekend. And anyone interested in the 100-meter Nordic dash down Lincoln Avenue on Saturday still has time to sign up. Winter sports briefs: Steamboat Nordic athletes impress

Steamboat briefs: Steamboat Springs’ 100th Winter Carnival starts Wednesday

Thoughtful Parenting: Importance of early childhood screenings

Our View: Big benefit, small cheese in dairy dispute

Colorado Rep. Jared Polis seeks to legalize marijuana at federal level

Colorado county clerks say changing primary elections would save money

Athlete of the Week: Gabriel Bohlmann

The Record for Monday, Feb. 4, 2013

UPDATED: Lindsey Vonn out for season after super-G crash in Austria

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