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The Bock’s Office: ‘Zookeeper’s Wife’ meaningful Holocaust melodrama

Looking at the denizens of a typical zoo may fill the average person with either wonder or outrage, depending on their stance on animals behind bars. Yet, you can’t help but respect such a structure when it’s used for a noble purpose like that in “The Zookeeper’s Wife.”

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Hemp business seeks to grow facility west of Steamboat

Hemp is a different crop from marijuana

Industrial hemp is distinctly different from the type of cannabis sativa, which produces the psychoactive chemical in marijuana pot smokers seek.

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Swift foundation awards grant funds to Routt County organizations

Four Routt County programs will see major benefits from more than $6,500 in grant funds awarded them by the Bessie Minor Swift Foundation.

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Steamboat briefs: Nurturing Fathers Program offered in Oak Creek

The Fatherhood Program of Routt County is offering the Nurturing Fathers Program during the summer in Oak Creek. The Nurturing Fathers Program is an evidence-based, 13-week, group-based program that helps develop parenting and nurturing skills in men.

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Cooking With: Natalie Niederhofer, Table 79’s Chef de Cuisine

Explore's new "Cooking With" bi-weekly series kicks off by introducing Chef de Cuisine Natalie Niederhofer and a behind the scenes look at Table 79.

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Southern California band brings their funky groove to Steamboat Springs this weekend

The soulful, visual blend of electro-rock, funk, reggae and jazz band, Brothers Gow is back in Steamboat Springs on Saturday to headline the Old Town Pub.

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Governor appoints Steamboat police chief

Steamboat Springs Police Chief Cory Christensen will now have a say on how police officers throughout Colorado are trained.

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Adventure of the week: Canyoneering Zion National Park's Slot Canyons

Canyoneering through the depths of Zion National Park is a marvel in and of itself, full of mysterious marvels and spectacular adventures around each corner.

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Steamboat Today's top 10 weekend events for April 28 to 30

Steamboat Pilot & Today brings you the weekend's top 10 events for Friday, April 28 to Sunday, April 30.

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Health care premiums bill dies

A bipartisan bill aimed at reducing the financial burden on middle-income rural Colorado residents who are paying an exorbitant amount in health care premiums died in the state legislature this week.

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Loud skateboarding: The Record for Wednesday, April 26, 2017

7:47 p.m. Officers were called to a report of a person welding loudly in the 2600 block of Copper Ridge Circle. The person stopped for the night.

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Colorado breweries could open more tasting rooms under proposed bill

The state Senate approved a measure Thursday to allow breweries to open two satellite tasting rooms to pour their beer and sell six-packs to go.

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Community Agriculture Alliance: Health of Colorado’s forests

Dead standing trees in Colorado forests have increased by almost 30 percent, to an estimated 834 million trees, during the past seven years. That's nearly one in every 14 standing trees in our forest.

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The Bock’s Office: ‘Gifted’ doesn’t add up as dynamic drama

Add an A-list star with a cute kid and multiply it byaudiences’ alleged appreciation for features about education, and you’d think that would equal success. But, you don’t have to be the brilliant mind of “Gifted” to know the math isn’t quite that simple.

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Pitkin County passes pro-immigrant resolution

Pitkin County commissioners proudly passed a pro-immigrant resolution Wednesday that defies a recent executive order by President Donald Trump.

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Local actors, production crew start work on new Steamboat Springs film

Based on award-winning author Ashley Fontainne's novel, "Ruined Wings," Steamboat Springs actors and production crew members hope to create change through a new film.

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Routt County Fair schedule sneak peak released

Routt County Fair officials Wednesday posted a sneak peak online of the 2017 fair schedule.

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Dog’s Eye View: Environment matters

We are in the middle of teaching a Canine Life and Social Skills class in Craig, a well thought out program administered under the guidance of the Association of Professional Dog Trainers. The goal is enhancing the continuing education of our pet dogs and their owners.

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Former reporter back in action as arts, entertainment editor

The new arts and entertainment editor shares insight of what's to come for Explore, Steamboat's go-to arts and entertainment guide.

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Steamboat briefs: John Chavez slated to give history talk in Oak Creek

John Chavez is slated to speak from 6 to 7 p.m. today at the Tracks & Trails Museum in Oak Creek.

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