Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Monday, April 21

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Good morning Steamboat Today readers.

• Rep. Diane Mitsch Bush, D-Steamboat Springs, is working to keep the Safe Routes to School program intact by bringing a bill to the House and Senate floors. State Rep. Diane Mitsch Bush pushing to keep Safe Routes to School grants alive

• A high trend of obesity in Hayden School District spurred a new cooking course funded by LiveWell Northwest Colorado and a Healthy Schools Successful Students grant. New cooking class in Hayden is 1 part fun, 1 part education

• The Hayden and Soroco high school track teams competed during the weekend, racking up strong results. Routt County track teams stretch legs through weekend

• Trevyn Newpher will step in as Steamboat Ski Area’s Steamboat Bike Park manager, a newly created position. Newpher set to guide Steamboat Ski Area bike park

Monday Medical: Core training is essential

Health briefs: VNA offering immunizations for infants, children at Soroco High School

Thoughtful Parenting: April is Child Abuse Prevention Awareness Month

Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association: Vaccinating on time important for keeping kids safe, healthy

Healthy Eating: Lemon Chicken Soup

Steamboat briefs: Centennial Bank takes part in statewide book drive

The Record for Saturday, April 19, 2014

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