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Steamboat briefs: Routt County Road 129 north of Columbine closed

Routt County Road 129 is temporarily closed from north of Columbine — near mile marker 34 — beyond Steamboat Lake to Three Forks Ranch — near mile marker 43 — due to seasonal freeze/thaw conditions and traffic adversely affecting the road.

Lori Keefe: Arnis benefit a success

Last Friday we had a little get together to help out Chris Arnis and his family. It was an overwhelming success.

Sam Jones: Facts about URA elusive

As I read through the discussions regarding the proposed downtown URA, I find myself making that same twisted face when something seems a bit crazy.

Meg Bentley: Letter was ‘un-American’

This letter is actually to the “formers” — former City Council members, former council presidents, former council president pro-tems. I am one of you: a former City Council member.

Steamboat Springs School District master planning committees meet

Members of the Steamboat Springs School District’s four master planning committees met Thursday evening to formulate a wish list of facilities improvements for district buildings.

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Figure skating club ready for Spring Show

The members of the Steamboat Springs Figure Skating Club are ready to step onto the ice this weekend with a tribute to Billboard's chart topping music.

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Hannah Kearney: "Thank you and goodbye"

Unrivaled champion skier Hannah Kearney skis toward retirement

Hannah Kearney has dominated the freestyle moguls world for the last decade. She's skiing her final competition this weekend in Steamboat Springs.

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3 Steamboat products advance to women's U.S. mogul finals

The women had center stage Thursday as they kicked off the 2015 U.S. Freestyle Championships with qualification runs for Friday's finals.

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Please, no cows in the cemetery

Sam Haslem told a story about the days when cowboys in far western Moffat County drove their cattle at a leisurely pace all of the way to the railroad yards in Phippsburg, south of Steamboat Springs.

From the editor: Continuing the community conversation at a new time

After more than four years of hosting Coffee and a Newspaper events, the Steamboat Pilot & Today has decided to change things up a bit. The April 1 event will be held from noon to 1:30 p.m. at the newspaper office.

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Greg Johnson: Flashback

Hiking up to the gondola evokes different memories for each hiker, but Greg Johnson was taken back to the Andes Mountains in Bolivia during his recent trip up Mount Werner.

Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation's Great Elk Tour scheduled to make a stop in Steamboat

In April, Steamboat will have the unique opportunity to see the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Great Elk Tour that regularly goes to national trade shows or conventions.

The Record for Wednesday, March 25, 2015

9:39 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a person in the 2300 block of Lincoln Avenue who got a fraudulent phone call from someone claiming to be with the Internal Revenue Service.

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Local cycling groups eye an easier path up Emerald Mountain

Routt County Riders is proposing that a new, gentler trail be built that would run from the base of Howelsen Hill at Sombrero Stables to the Ricky's Ridge trail on Emerald Mountain.

Annual Routt County Democrats fundraiser potluck Saturday

Colorado Speaker of the House Dickey Lee Hullinghorst will be the keynote speaker at the Routt County Democrats annual potluck dinner Saturday.

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Local artist profile: Brian Leach

Inspired by unique materials, local artist Brian Leach finds innovative ways to create art and furniture.

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Denver funk band to headline Saturday show at Schmiggity's

Known as a local favorite, the Denver funk band Filthy Children will headline Schmiggity's Saturday.

Charges filed against Kristen Johnson

The Routt County District Attorney Office on Thursday filed charges against Kristen Johnson, the woman being held in connection with the death of long-time Routt County resident Edward Zimmerman.

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City invites community to weigh in on future of pocket park on Yampa Street

"The use of this park is something we really need to begin a community dialogue on," Planning Director Tyler Gibbs said.

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The Bock’s Office: ‘Insurgent’ a slightly enhanced sequel

“The Divergent Series: Insurgent” may not go in an entirely new direction, but as a bridge between two other movies, at least it holds up even with the shaky foundation with which it started.

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