Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Monday, Feb. 18

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Good morning Steamboat Today readers.

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Read our Sunday feature about West African immigrants building a new life in Steamboat.

• In a rare move, the Steamboat Springs City Council on Tuesday night agreed to send Gov. John Hickenlooper a letter opposing a Senate bill that aims to give all firefighters in the state collective bargaining rights. Steamboat City Council opposes bill that would give local firefighters collective bargaining rights

• Voters could be the final judges of the city's plan for how to spend its lodging tax in the future. Plan for Steamboat Springs' lodging tax may require voter approval

• Hayden senior Ryan Domson was told there was no way he could recover from a devastating knee injury in time to compete in any sports in his senior season. One thing about Domson: he hates being told what he can and can't do. Hayden's Domson back at state after incredible recovery

Steamboat briefs: Hayden Public Library is closed for Presidents Day

Deb Babcock: Philodendron a hardy indoor plant

Monday Medical: Colorado hard hit by norovirus

The Record for Saturday, Feb. 16, 2013

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