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• After several days of abundant snow and unseasonably cold temperatures in the Yampa Valley, a quick warm-up is back in the forecast. Warmer temperatures return to forecast in Steamboat Springs
• The Steamboat Springs School Board is mulling a change that could make future board races here more competitive than they've been in recent elections. To make races more competitive, local school boards look into redistricting
• State Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Cortez, will be in Steamboat on Tuesday to meet with seniors, the Routt County Board of Commissioners and the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club. Rep. Scott Tipton to visit Steamboat on Tuesday
• The Carolina Chocolate Drops, an old-time folk and blues trio, hails from Greensboro, North Carolina while the soul rock ‘n’ rollers Vintage Trouble come from Los Angeles. Steamboat Free Summer Concert Series announces Carolina Chocolate Drops, Vintage Trouble
• A weekend laden with bad weather canceled many local sports teams' plans, but the Steamboat Springs High School boys and girls lacrosse squads still got in a full week of games. High school sports roundup for March 25
• It was a strong weekend of racing for Steamboat skiers as Mount Werner and Howelsen Hill played host to the finale for the SmartWool race series. Steamboat skiers shine in SmartWool finale
Monday Medical: Colorectal screening saves lives
Deb Babcock: Keeping plants healthy
Steamboat briefs: Tryouts for Steamboat Swim Team this week
The Record for Saturday, March 23, 2013