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Steamboat briefs: Free historic bicycle tour Saturday to start at 10 a.m.

Grab your bike and helmet and join the city of Steamboat Springs for a free bike tour of several historic barn and ranch sites, guided by members of City Council, the city’s Historic Preservation Commission and city staff.

Exclusive 9-hole golf course gets nod of approval from Routt County Planning Commission

Peter Patten, a land use planner consulting for the ownership group that paid $17.65 million for Windwalker Ranch in 2012, said he prefers to refer to the project as a “golf amenity” instead of a nine-hole golf course.

Spirit Challenge is an event for the whole family

The 2015 Spirit Challenge features 10K and 5K running races beginning at 9 a.m. Saturday at the Steamboat Springs Middle School.

Emerald City Opera 2015 line-up announced

In August, the 2015 Emerald City Opera lineup will introduce new singers and performances in addition to events that encourage the community to get involved with the local opera organization.

Steamboat business claims employee stole more than $10,000 for psychic hotlines

Embezzlement charges against a Steamboat Springs woman include an accusation that she spent more than $10,000 of her employer’s money on psychic hotlines.

Book review: Finding Jake

"Finding Jake" is one of those novels you'll have a hard time putting down.

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Girl Scout Fundraiser to take place next Thursday

Next Thursday, seven chefs will share their unique savory dishes inspired by a wide variety of Girl Scout cookies.

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Historic schoolhouse to host dances this summer

This weekend will be the first event to kickoff the historic Moonhill Schoolhouse's newly added events that will take place throughout the summer.

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Cardboard Classic Boat Race hits Old Town Hot Springs Friday

For the past month, local fifth graders have been preparing handcrafted cardboard boats to race across the Old Town Hot Springs pool Friday morning.

The Record for Wednesday, May 20, 2015

11:46 a.m. Officers were called to a report of a person who stole gas from a station in the 2000 block of Curve Plaza. It was a mistake, and the person came back and paid.

South Routt School District selects two new principals

South Routt School District officials have selected new principals for the district’s elementary and middle/high schools, and each will begin July 1, Superintendent Darci Mohr announced this week.

Community Ag Alliance: Considering the water

Uncertainty of water in the west has become a hot button issue.

Dog's Eye View: It's the little things that count

Dog training never ends.

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Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club athletes fill ranks of U.S. Ski Teams

The U.S. Ski team released nominations for the 2015-16 season last week, and several Steamboat Springs athletes were among those who will be representing our country next winter.

Paul Stettner: Care to share the letter?

This is an open letter to Senators Michael Bennet and Cory Gardener and Rep. Scott Tipton.

Vanda Nohinek: Keep Triple Crown out

I agree with the recent letters about Triple Crown Sports.

Ken Collins: No harm, no foul

The third leg of our government consists of four men who obviously loved the 1950s, four others who seem to realize we’re in the 21st century and one guy who sits on the fence falling either direction at times.

Steamboat briefs: Lodging barometer calls for 10K visitors this weekend

About 10,100 visitors are expected to be in town Saturday for Memorial Day weekend, according to the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association’s lodging barometer released Wednesday.

Routt County Planning Commission considers approving very private golf course

Windwalker Ranch is expected to seek to persuade county officials to permit a private golf course by offering to spend at least $100,000 to improve the Yampa River banks.

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Rural Routt neighbors banding together to thwart hungry hoppers

“I was shocked to see the numbers of those little grasshoppers in micro climates – up against warm buildings,” he said. “They’re not supposed to be hatching in April at 7,000 feet," – CSU Extension entomologist Bob Hammon

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