Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Tuesday, June 25

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• Judy Harris might be the only modern principal who ever has had to preside over a school of 15 temporary portable classrooms during a year of record snowfall. Former Soda Creek Principal Judy Harris retires after 14 years with Steamboat Springs School District

• Routt County has an unusually short growing season of fewer than 45 days, but there has been interest across the county from people interested in selling lettuce, cheese and potatoes, among other items. Routt County closer to finalizing new regulations on farm and ranch food-processing operations

• After starting the weekend with a couple of rough outings Saturday against Palisade, the Steamboat Springs American Legion baseball team rebounded Sunday by taking two from visiting Glenwood Springs. Steamboat Springs Legion baseball team overcomes slow start, saves weekend

Tom Ross: Exploring Carbon County, Wyoming's wide-open skies

Sonja Macys: Douglas column off-base

Steamboat briefs: Tamara Beland is resigning from post at Chief Theater

The Record for Sunday, June 23, 2013

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