Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Friday, March 22

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• It is thought a medical issue led to the death of a 26-year-old Minnesota woman Wednesday at a Steamboat hotel. Woman died from suspected medical issue Wednesday at Steamboat Springs hotel

• Classrooms at Hayden High School were locked down Thursday morning while firefighters extinguished a truck fire in the parking lot. West Routt firefighters extinguish vehicle fire in Hayden High School parking lot

• Based on her remarks after being named a Peabody Energy Leader in Education, Lori Hornstein’s commitment to education was clear. Hayden teacher named Leader in Education, praised for efforts

• The lodging tax committee heard presentations Thursday from the final four applicants for the $650,000 to $800,000 generated annually by the 1 percent tax on nightly rentals in Steamboat Springs. Final lodging tax revenue applications presented during 2nd day of public hearings

• Congressman Scott Tipton will be in Steamboat Springs on Tuesday to thank voters for their support during the November general election. Tipton schedules visits to Steamboat Springs, Craig

• Routt County hunter Lonny Vanatta waited nearly 30 years for the opportunity he got recently to go bow hunting in Mexico. Bighorn sheep hunt worth the wait for Routt County's Lonny Vanatta

• Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club snowboarder Benji Farrow was seventh Thursday in the super-pipe at X Games Tignes. Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club snowboarder 7th at X Games Tignes

• Steamboat Springs native Tim Magill won the seasonlong Alpine Ski Jumping Series, which wrapped up this week. Magill flies to top of the heap in gelande ski jumping series

• The Steamboat Springs High School girls lacrosse team beat Eagle Valley on Thursday. Steamboat Springs girls lacrosse team picks up win

Rob Douglas: Growing disrespect for the law

Community Agricultural Alliance: Interesting agriculture facts

A Dog's Eye View: Leaving room on the trail

Steamboat briefs: Colorado Parks and Wildlife hunting, fishing licenses for sale

The Record for Wednesday, March 20, 2013

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• A radio station on the Front Range, Alice 105.9, was one of the first Colorado stations to play The Dunwells' driving but tender indie rock songs and invited the band to Colorado to play at a Film on the Rocks event at Red Rocks. England's The Dunwells to play free show in Steamboat on Saturday

• The Steamboat Springs Figure Skating Club will bring a circus atmosphere to its annual spring ice show, Cirque on Ice, at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday at Howelsen Ice Arena. Steamboat Springs Figure Skating Club brings circus to ice in annual spring show

• Marquees relay more than events and announcements; they’re a lighted symbol of love. The Chief Theater marquee reminds me daily that there are concerts and special events brewing at this fledgling downtown performing arts center, which held its first arts event in February with a performance of “The Vagina Monologues.” Nicole Inglis: Letter by letter, marquee tells a story

Andy Bockelman: ‘Oz’ prequel has magic to spare

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