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Community Agriculture Alliance: Rethinking grazing

In the '50s and '60s, there was a real movement to remove grazing as a use for public lands here in the West because it was thought that grazing was responsible for all sorts of ecological ills such as erosion and endangering species. In the past, the solution was to remove all human activity from the land. However, the results were not what was expected.

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Holiday crafts fair to be held at the Yampa Valley Regional Airport

With more vendors than any previous year, the 4th Annual Arts & Crafts Fair will take place this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Yampa Valley Regional Airport.

Tina Kyprios, Kay Weinland and Catherine Carson: Exercise your right to vote

The 2014 General Election is a mail ballot election. Mail ballots were sent to all eligible voters to the address on their voter registration, beginning Oct. 14.

Steamboat briefs: Boys & Girls Club to host open house, lifestyle event

The Boys & Girls Club of Steamboat Springs will host an open house and healthy lifestyles event from 4 to 6:30 p.m. Wednesday in the club’s gym on Eighth Street between Pine and Aspen streets.

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Steamboat seniors aiming to kill Glenwood Springs' playoff push

The Steamboat Springs High School football team doesn't look like it's playoff bound, but the Sailors have a prime opportunity to play the spoiler role when Glenwood Springs visits this Friday on Senior Night.

Steamboat Springs City Council continues to tweak city manager review process

"We're still just working on the process," Council President Bart Kounovsky said Wednesday following an awkward conclusion to what was supposed to be City Manager Deb Hinsvark's regularly scheduled performance review Tuesday night.

Boys & Girls Club of Steamboat to hold open house

The Boys & Girls Club of Steamboat Springs is inviting the public to an open house at the club Thursday afternoon, which will coincide with an event for the statewide Rise Above Colorado organization to prevent teen drug use.

Linnea Dixson shines at collegiate cycling nationals

Steamboat Springs cyclist Linnea Dixson was podium fast at the USA Cycling Collegiate Mountain Bike National Championships in Beech Mountain, North Carolina this week.

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Ruppel resigns as airport manager, search for replacement underway

Routt County does not expect to have a manager hired for Yampa Valley Regional Airport until after the busy December holiday season when vacationing skiers pour into Steamboat Springs.

Steamboat rodeo wrangles big award

Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo Series was named the top small rodeo in the Mountain States Circuit.

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1st same-sex couple applies for marriage in Routt County

Two North Routt women became the first same-sex couple to receive a marriage certificate in Routt County on Wednesday.

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Dogman's tips for pet owners this Halloween

Pet owners with new dogs or those looking for new training tips, Dogman share his insight for Halloween weekend with Do's and Don'ts.

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Wendy's closing after long run in Steamboat Springs

Steamboat residents looking for Baconators, spicy chicken sandwiches and Frosty treats soon won't be able to find them at the Wendy's at the corner of U.S. Highway 40 and Anglers Drive.

The Record for Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2014

8:10 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a rollover accident on Fish Creek Falls Road. The driver lost control and was not injured.

Only minor injuries after head-on accident on US 40 west of Steamboat

A 30-year-old Steamboat Springs woman is lucky to be alive after getting into a head-on collision with a semi truck Tuesday evening.

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Phoenix the dragon makes Halloween appearance

Spike the dragon may may have enjoyed more fame in his career, but Phoenix, Steamboat's newest dragon, is both bigger and better acclimated to a wintry climate,

Steamboat briefs: Community visit day at Mountain School is Wednesday

Steamboat Mountain School will host a community visit day from 8:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at the school’s main building.

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Steamboat City Council is 1 vote shy of adding parking meters downtown

An upcoming community debate could ultimately decide whether parking meters return downtown more than 60 years after they were ripped out of Lincoln Avenue and smashed at a party.

Last Call Productions: Oaktoberfest thanks

Oaktoberfest’s Last Call Productions wants to thank those who participated in the event, including Butcherknife Brewing Co., Kate’s Café, One Man Bandito, Jay Roemer, Top Shelf Entertainment, Clay Gherrity with the hay ride, Campfire Productions, Dave Moran singing on the ride and Brand Spankin’ Used.

Gayle Trotter: Regulators and bureaucrats vs. the Soup Nazi

The Soup Nazi freely chose what to serve and how to serve it. His customers voted with their taste buds. Good cooking trumped bad manners. Life recently imitated art when, in San Francisco, a restaurateur lost it in response to customers who could not order right. James Chu’s restaurant offered old-fashioned, conventional fare, and he got “fed up with trying to satisfy every single patron’s particular demands.”