Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Monday, Jan. 28

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Good morning Steamboat Today readers.

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Read the Sunday feature on Nordic combined skiing in Steamboat Springs

• After a poor guest experience at a downtown budget motel, a disabled U.S. Army veteran who thinks he was discriminated against plans to file a complaint with the U.S. Department of Justice. Veteran alleges discrimination by Steamboat Springs motel owner

• A group of Colorado Mountain College students is preparing to travel to Cuba on a trip that was forbidden just a couple years ago. Colorado Mountain College students studying abroad in Cuba

• Steamboat snowboarder Matt Ladley said he's feeling alright after an accident Sunday evening kept him from the X Games superpipe finals. Ladley: "I'm alright" after accident sidelines him from X Games finale

• Justin Reiter finished second at the FIS World Championships in Stoneham, Quebec, securing the best finish of his career and the second podium of these World Championships for the Winter Sports Club. Crucial mistake doesn't dampen Justin Reiter's World Championships podium

• The Steamboat Springs High School girls Nordic skiing team was third in the skate skiing portion of a mixed-discipline race, led by Meg O’Connell, who finished third in skate and eighth in classic. High School Nordic team gets 3rd-place finish

• Steamboat scored two third-period goals, but that wasn’t enough to rescue the Sailors form the hole they found themselves in on Saturday and they ended up with a 3-2 loss playing on the road at Standley Lake. Steamboat hockey falls on the road

• Bryan Fletcher placed eighth, his second top-10 finish of the weekend skiing Sunday in Klingenthal, Germany. Billy Demong wasn’t far back, finishing 12th. Steamboat's Bryan Fletcher 8th at World Cup

Deb Babcock: African violets are a beautiful choice

Monday Medical: No. 1 cause of death for women

County Agenda for Jan. 28 to 29

Steamboat briefs: Library, project seeks bust art pieces for Friday event

The Record for Saturday, Jan. 26, 2013

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