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• Meteorologist Mike Weissbluth said there is a potential for Steamboat Ski Area to have receive 22 to 44 inches of snow by Thursday. National Weather Service forecasts 17 to 33 inches of snow in Steamboat's Park Range by Wednesday
• For the second time in less than a year, parents and student-athletes in Steamboat Springs packed a school board meeting on Monday night seeking equity in athletic funding. Steamboat Springs School District seeks an end to two-tiered system of athletic funding
• Josh Green, Tipton’s press secretary, confirmed that Ian Lyle’s presence marks the first time the congressman has had a staffer based in Northwest Colorado. Congressman Scott Tipton assigns staffer to Steamboat Springs
• Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club skier Vreni Lupear won a FIS slalom race and had a second-place finish at pair of races in Telluride. Steamboat skiers show well in Telluride
• Steamboat Springs snowboarders picked up a pile of top results Saturday and Sunday at an event in Breckenridge. Saturday consisted of a half-pipe competition while a slope-style event followed Sunday. Steamboat snowboarders pick up big results in Breckenridge
• It wasn't a great weekend for Steamboat Springs High School hoops or hockey, but the wrestling team and the Hayden and Soroco basketball programs all showed better. Routt County high school sports roundup for Jan. 28
Steamboat briefs: High school broomball tournament set for Friday
Jimmy Westlake: A rodent’s input on a seasonal date
Tom Ross: Rediscovering my ancestors's 1848 journey on the California Trail
Joel Reichenberger: Remembering Shannon Dunn's snowboard success
The Record for Sunday, Jan. 27, 2013