Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Friday, March 15

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• The Steamboat Springs Police Department is investigating who might have tricked a group of four people into renting and moving into a condo that already had a tenant. People duped into renting occupied Steamboat Springs condo

• Allan White and Jane McLeod have not set an asking price for the 439-acre Vernon Summer ranch consisting of two parcels about 4 miles apart. Instead, they have solicited proposals. Estate prefers ag buyer for historic Vernon Summer ranch south of Steamboat Springs

• The survey asks district employees, students and community members to prioritize a list of 17 school programs, qualities and electives that range from full-day kindergarten to smaller class sizes. Steamboat Springs School Board seeks community feedback on budget

• It seems like sledding in Steamboat Springs should be easy. And it is, but finding the perfect hill can be difficult, so Steamboat Today set out with a few sledding experts to find the best and safest ways to sled in Ski Town USA. Check out some of Steamboat's top sledding spots

• Maureen Ryan, who is involved in a wrongful death lawsuit against the city of Steamboat Springs, again testified before the Colorado General Assembly in support of Senate Bill 23, which would increase the damages limits for governmental immunity cases. Plaintiff in Howelsen Hill skier death lawsuit again testifies for Colorado Senate Bill 23

• What the Steamboat Springs High School boys baseball team lacks in numbers, manager Dave Roy hopes it makes up for in sustainability. Steamboat Sailors baseball team opens season with tournament in Glenwood Springs

• The Steamboat Springs boys lacrosse team, ranked third in 4A, opens the season Friday. Steamboat Springs boys lacrosse team preps for first year in Class 4A

• The event will attract 320 athletes along with 46 coaches, 25 teams and six judges. Excel Gymnastics will have athletes competing at levels 5, 6, 7 and 9. Steamboat Springs gym to host gymnastics state championships

• The Steamboat Springs High School girls tennis team opened up the 2013 season Thursday in Grand Junction with a 6-1 win against Durango. Steamboat Springs girls tennis opens season with win

• Steamboat surged in the second half to secure a 14-6 win against Liberty, its first in its current stint as a varsity program. Steamboat girls pick up 1st varsity lacrosse win

The Record for Wednesday, March 13, 2013

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Community Agriculture Alliance: New future of water

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