Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Tuesday, May 28

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• The Yampa hit 2,830 cubic feet per second Monday under the Fifth Street bridge in downtown Steamboat Springs, and cold air moving into the area this week could mean snow above 9,000 feet. Yampa River hits new peak for season as colder weather looms

• Monday was a day to remember the old medals and the stories they held. It was a day to walk among the many headstones at the cemetery adorned with American flags, and realize the people buried there served his or her country. Memorial Day ceremony in Steamboat Springs honors sacrifice

• To attract more candidates and make the races more competitive, the current School Board is proposing that all of its board members be elected at-large. Hayden School District mailing ballots for special election seeking redistricting

Steamboat Briefs: Medical services offered in Hayden community building

Jimmy Westlake: Spot Ariadne’s crown

The Record for Sunday, May 26, 2013

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