Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Friday, March 8

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• A 24-year-old Steamboat Springs man was arrested Thursday after police say he got in a fight and stabbed a 19-year-old man in the leg. Steamboat Springs man arrested after stabbing

• A 31-year-old Yampa man was arrested on suspicion of felony, second-degree assault Thursday related to an incident near Yampa. Yampa man suspected of felony assault

• Yamcolo Reservoir, with a capacity of 9,000 acre-feet of water, was tapped early in 2012 when every drop of water committed to agriculture was used. Most area reservoirs expected to fill this summer, but Stagecoach still a question mark

• Community members looking for a chance to weigh in on how revenue from Steamboat Springs' half-cent sales tax for education should be spent can plan to stop by the community center Monday night. Steamboat Springs School Board to discuss class sizes at Monday meeting with Education Fund Board

• The Cold War is over, but the Uranium Mine Trail continues to be a popular hike for Steamboat Springs residents and visitors. The Uranium Mine Trail: A hike through history

• On Tuesday, the St. Louis-based company announced it was recognized by the Colorado Division of Reclamation, Mining and Safety as well as the Colorado Mining Association for five safety innovations developed in 2012 at Twentymile Mine in Routt County. Peabody Energy receives safety honors from mining organizations

• The Hayden Valley Elementary School fourth-grader won a 2013-14 season ski pass and $50 in cash for her poster reminding skiers and riders about the importance of staying in control. Hayden’s Whittney Lighthizer designs winning ski safety poster

• The Steamboat Springs High School girls soccer team won its season opener against Summit, 4-0, on Thursday. Steamboat Springs girls soccer team wins season opener

• The Steamboat Springs Youth Hockey Association will host the divisional bantam-level playoffs this weekend to determine the league champion. Steamboat to host bantam hockey playoffs

• Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club alum and Dartmouth College freshman Mary O’Connell placed second in the opening Nordic event of the NCAA Skiing Championships on Thursday. Steamboat's Mary O’Connell 2nd in 5K classic at NCAA Skiing Championships

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• Greg Stump will appear in Steamboat to host a screening of both "Legend" and "Blizzard of Aahhh's" at 6:30 p.m. Friday as a fundraiser for the Chief Theater. Greg Stump talks Steamboat and ski films

• Parker, a quiet, artistically minded senior, began with violin in elementary school, but when she laid hands on a cello for the first time, the sat there and played the low, resonant notes over and over. Steamboat's Nissa Parker celebrates the next step with senior cello recital

• This week, the band returns to Colorado and to Steamboat to perform at 3 p.m. Saturday in Gondola Square as a part of the Bud light Rocks the Boat free concert series. Young Dubliners return to Steamboat base area

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