Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Friday, March 28

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• The Steamboat Springs Police Department is investigating the death of a 3-year-old boy. Steamboat police investigating death of 3-year-old boy

• Winnie DelliQuadri, the city's government programs manager, said the project started last summer with a desire to show off the Haymaker Golf Course. Steamboat Springs turns to drones to get fresh angles for latest ad campaign

• The State Air Quality Control Commission voted in February to require oil and gas wells across the state, including existing wells, to capture the air pollutants known as VOCs, including methane. As it turns out, Shell Oil had already agreed to live up to similar standards in Routt County. Williams oil well near Hayden back in the game, Dill Gulch on deck

• Routt County Search and Rescue rescued a 23-year-old man Thursday who got separated from his group while skiing in the Fish Creek drainage. Skier rescued in Fish Creek drainage

• A great shot of a burst through the trees paid of big for a local skier and photographer in the North Face Photo Contest, hosted by Teton Gravity Research. Steamboat skier, photographer stand out in national contest

• Some of the higher profile openings are on Steamboat's planning commission. Application deadline is Friday for city of Steamboat's volunteer boards and commissions

• At Yampa’s April 1 municipal election, voters will decide whether or not to allow the town to publish the titles of ordinances rather than their whole text in required legal notices. Yampa considers legal notice change to save money

• After receiving a threatening letter, organizers of the Redneck Olympics in Hayden need to come up with a new name for the third annual event on July 12. Routt County Redneck Olympics needs new name

• The Steamboat Springs Planning Commission on Thursday unanimously approved Rocky Mountain Remedies’ plans to expand its marijuana cultivation. Steamboat Planning Commission approves Rocky Mountain Remedies' cultivation expansion

• The Steamboat Springs High School boys lacrosse team remained undefeated with a resounding 22-0 win over Eagle Valley Thursday night. Boys lacrosse blasts Eagle Valley, home contests up next

• Three Soroco High School basketball girls and two Rams boys were named first-team all-league last week, announced during this week's winter sports banquet. Soroco has 5 boys and girls hoops players on 1st-team all-league

Rob Douglas: A Kinsley gaffe emerges from the fog

Community Agriculture Alliance: All about barns

Dog's Eye View: Foreign exchange student

The Record for Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Explore Steamboat

• A fundraiser for the Steamboat Springs Free Summer Concert Series is at 6 p.m. Friday at the Chief Theater. Fundraiser for Steamboat Springs Free Summer Concert Series on Friday

• Mical Hutson and Kim Keith have been named co-directors of the Steamboat Springs Arts Council. Steamboat Springs Arts Council moving forward

• A major facelift three years ago brought back a group of performers many thought would never be quite at their peak again. And, it would appear the stars of “Muppets Most Wanted” have held up well. The Bock’s Office: ‘Muppets Most Wanted’ a most welcome sequel

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