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Hayden girls basketball trounce De Beque

The Hayden girls had no trouble with De Beque, winning Friday night 55-17.

Rams boys basketball unseats Vail Christian

The Soroco High School boys basketball team handed league-leading Vail Christian its first conference loss of the season Friday night, 72-66.

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Sailors hockey pushes back, wins 2nd game

Steamboat Springs High School hockey used a late push and hung on to down visiting Summit on Saturday, 4-2, for the Sailors' second win of the season.

Hayden boys basketball gets in the win column, rout De Beque

Tigers snap season-long 11-game losing streak

The Hayden boys basketball won its first game of the season Friday night, knocking off De Beque, 62-38.

State Rep. Mitsch Bush talks to constituents in Steamboat Springs about health insurance costs

State Rep. Diane Mitsch Bush, D-Steamboat Springs, voted among the majority on the House Health, Insurance and Environment Committee on Thursday in a 7-6 vote to kill a bill that would have repealed Connect for Health.

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City workers improvising to get snow for Winter Carnival street events

City officials are confident they will be able to find enough snow to pack Lincoln Avenue for next weekend’s Steamboat Springs Winter Carnival street events.

Former Steamboat resident accused of child sex abuse

A former long-time Steamboat Springs resident faces charges in Arapahoe County related to child sex abuse of a girl.

The Record for Thursday, Jan. 29, 2015

8:07 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a suspicious car at Hillside Drive and Storm Peak Court. A man had come up to visit from Boulder but did not have a place to stay, so he stayed in his car. He was intoxicated, and there were open containers of alcohol in his car.

Hayden superintended charged with DUI put on administrative leave

Trudy Vader, the Hayden School District superintendent charged with a DUI, was put on administrative leave with pay Friday.

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Steamboat City Council to hear Yampa Street park proposal Tuesday

City staff will present the council with an option to fast track the conversion of the Workman home site into a public park with river access.

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Steamboat heads to annual SIA tradeshow in Denver

The migration is here again. Not geese heading back to town early due to our mild weather, but local ski industry personnel heading to the annual Snowsports Industries America Snow Show in Denver, held this year from Thursday to Sunday at the Colorado Convention Center.

Grant from EPA will help Steamboat Springs develop green strategies

Steamboat is one of 22 communities around the nation that has earned a grant from the EPA this year to help advance its environmental sustainability efforts.

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River ranger and fees among the ideas floated to improve stewardship of Yampa River

River users in Steamboat Springs are brainstorming ways to limit the negative impacts from all the summer fun on the Yampa River.

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Trio of Steamboat racers make World Cup finals

Cota 7th, Dyer 14th and Stoltzner 15th skiing for US

Jeremy Cota, Ryan Dyer and Lane Stoltzner all made finals at Thursday's World Cup moguls event in New York.

Audrey Dwyer: My tips for a winning Super Bowl party

It's almost time for Super Bowl XLIX, whether you will be watching it this year or not, here are a few tips for a Sunday Funday.

Yampa Valley Housing Authority board in line for new members

Housing Authority candidate John St. Pierred experienced Summit County’s efforts to create affordable housing as a member of both the Frisco Planning and Zoning Commission and Town Council, and the Summit County Planning and Zoning Commission.

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'Modest accumulations at best' with weekend storm

Hope is dying that January 2015 will be spared the reputation of being the driest January in the history of the Steamboat Ski Area, with records going back to 1979.

County approves rural Hayden bed and breakfast

Ryan and Rachel Wattles plan to host as many as eight guests at a time in an existing home on their family’s historic ranch where they farm and tend a large herd of goats on behalf of another rancher.

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Local boutique bakery wins award

Local Cupcake Mini Bar owner, Cassie Piper receives award for her work in planning and styling numerous wedding cakes and decadent treats.

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CMC keeps in-district tuition flat for 2015-16

Tuition for in-district and bachelor’s degree students attending Colorado Mountain College will remain flat for the 2015-16 school year, while rates for out-of-state students will increase sizably.