Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Thursday, Sept. 5

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Kim Haggarty said the proposed hourly rate increases of $10 at the ice arena could increase the cost to her figure skating club by as much as $4,000 to $5,000 per year. City of Steamboat rethinking proposed fee increases at Howelsen Ice Arena

The Steamboat Springs City Council again is poised to weigh some significant changes to the city's employee pay scale in the upcoming budget season. Employee pay to be a focus of upcoming Steamboat Springs budget hearings

Saw crews are busy this week felling beetle-infested lodgepole pine trees near the midway elevation at Steamboat Ski Area while other on-mountain improvements remain in the works, including construction of the new Four Points Lodge and increased snowmaking capability on Heavenly Daze. Steamboat Ski Area turns to helicopter to remove beetle-killed pines

Still an officer down, the town of Hayden plans to enlist the help of the Routt County Sheriff's Office. The Hayden Town Council is expected to formalize an agreement with the Sheriff's Office during a meeting Thursday. Hayden seeking help staffing police department

The city of Steamboat Springs has rescinded a boil water advisory that was issued at 11:30 p.m. Tuesday for all city water users, including Steamboat II, Silver Spur and Heritage Park. City of Steamboat Springs issues water boil order, rescinds it

The economy continues to gradually recover from the recession in Moffat and Routt counties with a dip in unemployment. Yampa Valley Data Partners released its latest Fast Facts report Wednesday, which calculated market trends and data through July in both counties. Moffat, Routt counties show signs of economic recovery

The Steamboat Springs High School golf team fell just short of the team win Wednesday in a tournament at Yampa Valley Golf Course in Craig. Steamboat golf falls 1 stroke short of victory

Saturday will mark year two of the Keep Emerald a Gem mountain bike and running event organized to help raise funds for and promote Routt County Riders and the Steamboat Springs Running Series. Saturday race on Emerald Mountain to merge cyclists, runners

By the time Steamboat Springs resident David Epperson began studying photography at San Francisco State University in the 1970s, he knew he’d live a life with a camera always in hand. On Sept. 18, Epperson will be inducted into the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame. Mountain Bike Hall of Fame inducts Steamboat-based photographer

The Record for Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2013

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