Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Wednesday, Jan. 30

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• Meteorologist Mike Weissbluth said Steamboat was in a localized plume of convection causing heavy and persistent snow showers. Steamboat skiers romp through 24 inches that fell in 24 hours

• Small-scale dairy farmer John Weibel didn’t get the answers he was seeking from the Routt County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday. Routt County commissioners: No building code exception for dairy farmer

• Brandon Owens is joining the nonprofit organization as an independent contractor and adviser on data projects and products, according to a news release. Yampa Valley Data Partners hires new economic analyst

• A middle and high school Nordic race scheduled Saturday in Leadville has been moved to Steamboat because the course didn’t have enough snow. Steamboat Springs set to host Nordic race Saturday

• Several Steamboat skiers performed well at the Governor’s Cup 30-kilometer cross-country ski race Saturday at Devil’s Thumb Ranch in Delta. Steamboat Springs skiers compete in Governor’s Cup cross-country ski race

• Several Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club U10 and U12 athletes notched solid finishes during the weekend at a Rocky Mountain Division event at Sunlight Mountain Resort. U10, U12 Alpine athletes bring home top finishes

• Read up on how local athletes are doing for their college teams. Routt County collegiate athletes roundup for Jan. 29

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The Record for Monday, Jan. 28, 2013

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