Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Wednesday, April 9

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Good morning Steamboat Today readers.

• The Steamboat Pilot & Today is asking that an arrest warrant and supporting affidavit be unsealed in the case against the 24-year-old woman charged with two counts of child abuse resulting in the death of her 3-year-old son. Steamboat Pilot & Today files motion to unseal documents in McKeon case

• County Attorney John Merrill told the commissioners in 2011, during a similar initiative, that the law requires the Legislature to appoint a commission (including two county commissioners from across the state) to review the salaries of officials biannually to ensure they are equitable. Routt County's elected public officials must seek legislative approval for 1st raise in 7 years

• For nearly four decades, the city's water superintendent has been a key part of why residents here in Steamboat Springs always have access to some of the cleanest, clearest drinking water in the state. Joe Zimmerman, a steward of Steamboat Springs' stellar water system, retires after 39-year career

• For a second consecutive year, Routt County’s Twentymile Coal Co. has received its parent company’s top award for safety. Twentymile Coal Co. recognized for safety record

• Steamboat Springs School District counselors are looking to restructure their services in the upcoming school years under the American School Counseling Association's national model. Steamboat Springs School District counselors working to restructure services

• Steamboat Springs sales tax collections have been trending up since their most recent low point in 2010, but among other mountain communities, the city’s increase in 2013 placed in the middle of the pack. Steamboat sales tax increases place among middle of Colorado mountain towns

• The Steamboat Springs High School girls tennis team continued to move in the right direction Tuesday afternoon with an impressive win against Vail Mountain at home. Steamboat girls tennis team cruises past Vail Mountain at home

• The Steamboat Springs High School girls soccer team had little trouble with Summit on Tuesday, rolling to a 6-0 win. Steamboat girls soccer trounces Summit with 6 goals

Our View: Regional building department software update a step forward

Steamboat briefs: Free 2-day gardening class is offered Wednesday, Thursday

The Record for Monday, April 7, 2014

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