Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Wednesday, Jan. 29

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Good morning Steamboat Today readers.

• Jon Sanders is the type of guy who would rather do a cartwheel when he crosses Lincoln Avenue instead of just walking across the street. New Mainstreet Steamboat Springs board president has grand plans for downtown

• A couple who claimed they were being chased and needed a place to hide were arrested after authorities believed they were squatting in a cabin. Couple suspected to have been squatting in South Routt County cabin

• The third annual Steamboat Dancing With the Stars returns Friday. Steamboat Dancing with the Stars returns Friday

• “These towers no longer look like ugly pine trees, they look much more like pine trees. We’re not trying to build Franken-pine." - Union Wireless spokesman Union Wireless wins appeal to build monopine cell tower south of Steamboat Springs

• The program completed two projects in 2013, conserving 357.5 acres of land worth about $3.5 million while spending $580,000 of taxpayer money. Purchase of Development Rights advisory board presents annual report

• The city of Steamboat Springs Planning Department and the Planning Commission have been involved in the process of tweaking parts of the community development code for a while now. Steamboat Springs Planning Department works toward predictability in the process

• The Steamboat Springs Middle School's math team found out its scores from a challenging test Monday, and one student earned his spot among the world's brightest. Middle school math team student reaches mark among world's best

• Twelve Steamboat Springs athletes have been named to the Rocky Mountain Division team that competes at the Junior National Championships in February in Anchorage, Alaska. Local Nordic combined athletes ready to head north to compete in Alaska

SSWSC Century Mark: Ray Heid

SSWSC Century Mark: Tracy DelliQuadri

Our View: Reel strategy deserves support

3 dead in helicopter crash south of Silt

Steamboat briefs: Group hosts network event for young professionals

The Record for Monday, Jan. 27, 2014

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