Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Thursday, May 15

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Good morning Steamboat Today readers.

• Sam Haslem's business card reads simply: “My Card. I am somewhat of a (BS’er) myself, but occasionally I like to listen to a PROFESSIONAL. PLEASE CARRY ON!” Haslem's life in Colorado devoted to public service, with a touch of BS

• Could the Yampa River flood parking lots along U.S. Highway 40 this spring when runoff begins in earnest, like it did in 2011? That likelihood is rated at a 10% chance. Snowpack hanging tough in the mountains

• Workers with Duckels Construction this week are finishing up on a new stretch of sidewalk on the river side of the street between Eighth and Ninth streets. New Yampa Street sidewalk a step toward the ultimate goal

• The Routt County real estate market’s first quarter was as unremarkable by its own standards as it was compared to the other mountain resort counties in Colorado. Land Title report shows slow 1st quarter for Routt County real estate

• The Hayden Town Council on Thursday night is expected to make approvals that will help pave the way for construction of a new water tank. Hayden Town Council meets Thursday night

• It’s set to be the “Summer of the Triathlon” in Steamboat Springs and adult and youth clubs at Old Town Hot Springs are hoping to help athletes prepare. Old Town Hot Springs launches summer triathlon clubs

• Steamboat Springs High School boys lacrosse was once again eliminated in the semifinal round of the 4A state playoffs, this time at Ponderosa, 17-13. Steamboat boys lacrosse once again turned away in Final Four

• Wednesday night's game hurt for the Steamboat Springs High School lacrosse team, but that's not such a bad thing. Joel Reichenberger: Sailors' loss hurts, so good

Mary Walker: Empowerment opportunities for girls

Gardening with Estella Heitman: Botanic inspiration

Steamboat briefs: Hayden Town Council to discuss water tank Thursday

The Record for Tuesday, May 13, 2014

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