Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Monday, Feb. 24

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Good morning Steamboat Today readers.

• The Sunshine Kids program is in Steamboat this week, and one snowboarder is riding through a 2011 leg amputation with Paralympic aspirations. Leg amputation doesn't slow cancer survivor's Paralympic dreams

• January is the month in which health clubs across the country see a big spike in new members, many of whom are embarking on a New Year's resolution to get fit. February is the time a sizable number of these people start trailing off. Local trainers offer advice for sticking to New Year's fitness resolutions

• Tammie Delaney, a Hayden business owner who serves on the town's economic development commission, said it may not seem to some residents like the downtown area has a problem issue now, but the study will account for future growth. Hayden moving forward with downtown parking, signage studies

• Both Steamboat Springs High School basketball teams are heading to the state playoffs. The Sailors girls travel to Falcon on Tuesday, and the boys host Sierra on Wednesday. Sailors boys basketball locks in home playoff game; girls must travel

Health briefs: Chemotherapy support group meeting is this week

Healthy Eating: Cheddar Chicken Chowder

Monday Medical: Move your joints to keep them healthy

Thoughtful Parenting: 1st birthday means dental checkup

Steamboat briefs: Meg O’Connell is named February Teen of the Month

The Record for Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014

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