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• Steamboat Springs City Council members who were supportive of Deb Hinsvark's promotion said she brings a strong worth ethic and sense of stability to a position that has seen heavy turnover in recent years. Steamboat Springs city manager search ends with promotion of Deb Hinsvark
• Summer 2013 stands to be another like summer 2012, when irrigation water was in tight supply on Elk and Yampa river valleys farms and ranches. Water users in Yampa and Elk river valleys preparing for drought year
• The Steamboat Springs School District’s application to Great Outdoors Colorado for a $76,848 grant to help rebuild the playing field, running track and bleachers at the middle school received unanimous support Tuesday from the Routt County Board of Commissioners. Routt County plays ball with Steamboat middle school's Great Outdoors Colorado grant application
• Mike Weissbluth and Joel Gratz are part of the trend of meteorologists striking out on their own with services designed so that no one has to miss out on a powder day. Colorado meteorologists work to monetize weather forecasts for winter athletes
• The Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club cross-country team participated in its final Rocky Mountain Nordic Junior National qualifying race during the weekend in Durango. Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club Nordic team qualifies 16 for Junior Nationals
• In the Silver State competition at the University of Denver, Lily Starkey and Parker Kortas were among more than 1,000 swimmers to compete. Steamboat Springs Swim Team competes in Denver
Our View: Steamboat Springs School District should commit to funding all-day kindergarten
Steamboat briefs: Coffee and a Newspaper community event Thursday in Hayden
Thoughtful Parenting: Become a healthy food detective
The Record for Monday, March 4, 2013