Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Wednesday, Sept. 11

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• The city of Steamboat Springs is taking steps to make sure it gets some of the sales tax money it’s owed when the assets and fixtures of The Tugboat Grill & Pub potentially hit the auction stand Wednesday. The Tugboat Grill & Pub auction set for Wednesday

• Police say the Steamboat Springs man they arrested Tuesday morning broke into a downtown bar and then passed out in the basement office. Steamboat Springs man accused of breaking into bar after hours

• Routt County Emergency Management Director Bob Struble said the most immediate flash flooding concern here likely would arise if heavy rainfall amounts fell in specific areas where the runoff might overwhelm a roadside ditch or a culvert under a road. Steamboat under flash flood watch until midnight Tuesday

• Craig resident Frank Moe requested that Gov. John Hickenlooper visit Moffat County to discuss various concerns constituents in rural Colorado have about the state’s current political climate. Petition asks governor to come to Moffat County prior to secession vote

• The city of Steamboat Springs identified improvements to its airport and the intersections at Elk River Road and Downhill Drive along U.S. Highway 40 as top funding priorities. Officials in Routt County discuss transportation needs with state lawmakers

• The Routt County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously Tuesday to approve a permit that would allow drilling of the new Wiregrass oil well in far northwestern Routt County. Routt County approves new oil well

• Bike Town USA gets an injection of power with the KTM Adventure Rider Rally this weekend. KTM Adventure Rider Rally comes to Steamboat this weekend

• Since 2006, the six schools that comprise the Steamboat district have combined to increase student numbers from about 2,000 to just more than 2,400 this academic year. Steamboat Springs School District enrollment up once again

• Businessman Toby Spikes has withdrawn from the race to throw his support behind another candidate. Steamboat Springs City Council race in District 1 down to 3 candidates

• The South Routt School District is trying to drum up some interest for two School Board seats that will go without any candidates in November. South Routt School Board seeking 2 new members; 4 candidates plan to run in Hayden

• The Steamboat Springs High School Golf team turned in an impressive finish at the River Valley Ranch Golf Course in Carbondale. Walton leads Sailors golf to top finish in Carbondale

• Golfer Greg Gilbertson never thought he would see the day he scored a hole-in-one. Truth is, he didn't really need to see it. Golfer's hole-in-one proves believing is more important than seeing

Our View: Good planning pays off

Thoughtful Parenting: Make family dinner a priority

Steamboat briefs: Yoga Center of Steamboat holding 8-week course

The Record for Monday, Sept. 9, 2013

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