Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Thursday, June 27

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• A new board of directors has formed to steer Laurel Street Preschool through refinancing options, building renovations and finding a new executive director, according to a news release. Steamboat's Laurel Street Preschool works toward reopening

• Jason Kuczma, owner of Elk Mountain Adventure Tours, proposes to offer twice daily Jeep excursions along 21 miles of lightly traveled Routt County Road 80. The commissioners voted unanimously Tuesday to approve a special-use permit for the operation. Routt County commissioners approve Jeep tours into California Park

• No measurable precipitation was recorded in Steamboat in June 1893, and the same was true in October 1933, according to records kept by the Western Regional Climate Center in Reno, Nev. Weatherman pitching a shutout against measurable June moisture in Steamboat

• Steamboat Ski Area has a plethora of activities lined up for the summer, including movie nights, free concerts and the popular Sunset Happy Hour. Steamboat Ski Area unveils summer entertainment

Steamboat Briefs: Paul Dietz Horsemanship Clinic registration is open

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