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• City officials will be challenged to convince the Steamboat Springs City Council that the police station, which has been passed over for several years because of limited funding, should be a budget priority. Steamboat Springs City Council to discuss police station relocation Tuesday
• The North Routt Chili Cookoff and the Flamingo Flocking Fundraiser together raised $3,310 for the North Routt Community Charter School and the North Routt Preschool. North Routt Chili Cookoff draws a big crowd
• The second readings of the grants come after the board's grant-vetting committee spent months trimming by about $300,000 an initial list of requests worth $2.75 million. Steamboat Education Fund Board set to give final OK to grant requests
• The Steamboat Springs High School baseball team picked up a pair of wins Saturday, but before the day was gone, the squad already was looking forward. Steamboat baseball eying home doubleheader
• The Steamboat Springs High School girls soccer team will travel to Windsor this week for the first round of the Class 4A state tournament. Steamboat girls soccer makes playoffs, to face Windsor in 1st round
• Haymaker Director of Golf Tom Taylor said the driving range at the course just southeast of Steamboat Springs opened late last week and the rest of the course could be open at the middle of this week. Steamboat's Haymaker Golf Course nears opening
Jane McLeod: Ongoing care for hardy roses
Monday Medical: Spring into motion
Steamboat briefs: Motor vehicle donations aid Habitat for Humanity
The Record for Saturday, May 4, 2013