Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Friday, March 14

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• Last summer, the city's 12 commercial river outfitters sent 18,779 tubers, 376 anglers, 374 stand-up paddleboarders, 659 kayakers and 743 rafters and canoeists to the Yampa. After success of 2013 summer season on the Yampa River, some wonder how much usage is too much

• Bond was set at $5,000 on Thursday for a 24-year-old Steamboat Springs woman police said admitted to stabbing her boyfriend with a knife Tuesday night. Woman suspected of stabbing boyfriend in Steamboat

• The Steamboat Springs Police Department has seen another spike in the number of residents becoming the victims of scams. Police offer red flags for scams

• Saketumi will open in the space The Boathouse Pub now occupies on Yampa Street by mid-May. Saketumi sushi restaurant moving to location on Yampa River

• The Bakery restaurant in downtown Steamboat Springs was seized by the Colorado Department of Revenue for back sales taxes. UPDATED: The Bakery restaurant in downtown Steamboat closing because of back taxes

• The Howelsen Hill ski area was set to close this weekend, but the city of Steamboat Springs announced this week it would reopen the hill on March 22 and 23 for public skiing. Howelsen Hill to stay open an extra weekend in March

• Joe Rossi started the corned beef, potato and cabbage tradition at Holy Name 55 years ago and handed off the cooking duties to Bob Litzau and Bob Brown about 25 years ago, a duty they continue to share. Cooking corned beef the Joe Rossi way on St. Patrick's Day

• U.S. Ski Academy skier Storm Klomhaus has flown by the competition in Steamboat Springs, winning Thursday for a third time at the Rocky/Central U16 Regional Championships. Storm Klomhaus tallies another win in U16 races

• The Sailors poured in three goals in an 11-minute span of the first half to roll to a 4-1 victory Thursday against Eagle Valley. 1st-half flurry lifts Steamboat girls soccer over Eagle Valley

• The Steamboat Springs High School girls tennis team had no problems Thursday in a dual against Durango, earning a sweep in a dual. Steamboat girls tennis team sweeps Durango

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Explore Steamboat

• Best-selling author Alan Weisman will give a talk Monday at the Bud Werner Memorial Library about his two books, "The World Without Us" and "Countdown: Our Last, Best Hope for a Future on Earth?" NYT best-selling author coming to Steamboat

• The New Orleans Suspects return to Steamboat on Saturday for a show at the Ski Area. New Orleans Suspects set to play Steamboat

• There’s nothing like a movie about a boy and his dog. But, something like “Mr. Peabody & Sherman” isn’t quite the same thing, considering it shows us a dog and his boy. The Bock’s Office: ‘Peabody’ rewrites history with mostly good results

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