News for Sunday, May 26, 2013



Steamboat briefs: Heritage Center Museum seeking volunteer docents

The Hayden Heritage Center Museum will be hosting the Smithsonian Exhibit: Journey Stories from July 19 through Aug. 24. The museum is looking for volunteer docents for the exhibit.

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Heritage Christian School graduation ceremony celebrates 5 seniors

As the seniors chatted with their families and friends at the end of the reception, Administrator Dave Entwistle said he's excited to see what this group of seniors is able to accomplish.

Monday Medical: 4 numbers for a healthier you

Those who are willing to invest some time and get back to basics may learn to love LiveWell Colorado’s 5210 campaign, which uses four numbers to help guide us through the day.

Deb Babcock: Gardening for the birds

Many gardeners design their home landscapes specifically to attract certain birds. This is accomplished through plantings as well as birdhouses, birdfeeders and sources of water.

Harriet Freiberger: Honoring those who protected us

Memorial Day traditions stem from a time even before history’s chronicling began. War always has been a part of life: victory, defeat, winners, losers — and death — the price that is paid.

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Routt County prepares to mark Memorial Day

While many Steamboat residents were hopping on their bikes or tying fishing lines on Sunday morning, Jim Stanko was at the cemetery, making sure every veteran's grave was decorated with a flag.

County Agenda for May 27 and 28

County Agenda for May 27 and 28

The Record for Saturday, May 25, 2013

12:20 p.m. Officers were called a report of protesters who were partially blocking the bus stop at Fifth Street and Lincoln Avenue. Police told the protesters, who were protesting against genetically modified organisms, they needed to move so buses could safely access the stop.

The middle mile: Glossary of broadband technology terms

Glossary of broadband technology terms

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Despite its flaws, EAGLE-Net has impacts on broadband resources in Yampa Valley

EAGLE-Net was supposed to connect every school district in the state, but the $100.6 million federal grant-funded initiative has fallen far behind its original schedule, and doubts loom about its ability to fulfill its promises.

Steamboat Business Briefs: 3 new employees at Chamber

The Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association welcomed three new members to the Chamber team this month.

Routt County real estate transactions for May 17 to 23

Routt County real estate transactions for May 17 to 23

Paula Salky: The meaning of Memorial Day

What are you doing on Monday?

Diane Mitsch Bush: A productive legislative session

I am proud to have served you in the Colorado House of Representatives in the 2013 General Assembly, one of the most productive legislative sessions in recent memory.

Our View: Council wastes committee’s time

If the Steamboat Springs City Council didn’t like the recommendation of a volunteer committee that spent more than a year vetting proposals for accommodations tax funding, then it should have had the courage to just say so.

Steamboat Briefs: 3 Steamboat publishing group members honored

Three We Write Steamboat members were honored May 18 at the EVVY book awards in Lone Tree.