Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Monday, April 28

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Good morning Steamboat Today readers.

• Routt County Roots started at a Yampa Valley ranching couple's dinner table but sparked a series of episode-based short documentaries on the importance of engaging in a sustainable local food economy. Routt County Roots strives to engage in sustainable food economy

• Springtime brings with it warmer weather and blossoming plant life, but this combination can be less than pleasant if it’s causing your nose to run, your eyes to water or any number of other maladies tied to allergies. Spring is the season for allergy awareness

• Business owners, town leaders and community members will take part in Hayden's wayfinding signage kickoff meeting Wednesday to discuss potential improvements to downtown and its historic preservation. 1st Hayden wayfinding signage meeting to be held Wednesday

• Ryan Jeep has been a core member of high school athletics teams at both Soroco and Steamboat Springs high schools in his four years. Only now is the standout Soroco senior giving track a try. Giving it a shot: Jeep juggling Steamboat baseball, Soroco track

Health briefs: Council on Aging Monday program to feature VNA, Visiting Angels

Monday Medical: New treatments for hepatitis C

Thoughtful Parenting: Connecting with kids though word choice

Healthy Eating: Spring Orzo Salad

Steamboat briefs: County treasurer reminds residents of property tax payments

The Record for Saturday, April 26, 2014

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