Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Thursday, Jan. 30

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Good morning Steamboat Today readers.

• Overstreet brings to Steamboat more than 25 years of experience in the parks and recreation field and he has held high level jobs in cities ranging from Denver to Oviedo, Fla. City of Steamboat Springs hires its next Parks and Recreation director

• A winter storm moving through Colorado starting Wednesday should bring with it plenty of snow across the state heading into the weekend. Storm could bring Steamboat powder days, avalanche danger

• Passage of the farm bill would assure only that rural counties will receive their 2014 PILT funds. Next year’s funding would still be subject to appropriation by Congress. Farm bill salvages Routt County's $1.47 million in federal property tax offsets

• The U.S. Department of Interior said there was a breakdown in communication during U.S. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell's visit to Moffat County. Secretary Jewell responds to Craig Daily Press letter

• Should the skies clear either Friday or Saturday night, astronomy buffs and ice art enthusiasts will have a chance to explore a CMC exhibit that is truly one of a kind. CMC Sky Club presenting one-of-a-kind ice observatory

• The Winter Conference on Brain Research visited Steamboat Springs this week, and top scientist minds took their time to venture out to schools hoping to inspire the next generation. Conference gives neuroscientist a chance to reach out to inspire Steamboat Springs students

• Steamboat snowboarder Arielle Gold will be featured on the cover of the latest issue of Sports Illustrated. Cover girl: Arielle Gold featured on the front of SI

Share your thoughts on American Pickers in Steamboat

Tom Ross: Caution: Dragons in the mirror are closer than they appear

Sports briefs: Volunteers needed for February races

SSWSC Century Mark: Annie Hager

SSWSC Century Mark: Anne Kakela

Steamboat briefs: 10,175 visitors expected in town this weekend

The Record for Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2014

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