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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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Former Steamboat police detective has strong words for City Council

Former detective Dave Kleiber on Wednesday night pleaded with the Steamboat Springs City Council to conduct a fair, transparent and objective investigation into allegations he has made against Police Chief Joel Rae and Deputy Chief Bob DelValle.

Laura Case: Environmentalism and hypocrisy

While I applaud the students and their writing abilities, my family and I will be turning every single light on in our house, as has been our tradition for many years now.

Ty Lockhart: Heritage Christian School site purchase is a win-win

Education has always been a good, strong priority for our community. And the community historically has funded education in an unprecedented way while being prudent.

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Local drivers can learn about major Northwest Colorado roadwork at upcoming meeting

The Colorado Highway 9 improvement project will add eight-foot-wide shoulders and wildlife underpasses and overpasses to a stretch of highway between Silverthorne and Kremmling that was the site of 47 car accidents involving wild animals between 2007 and 2011.

The Record for Tuesday, March 24, 2015

1:50 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a suspicious person at Fifth Street and Lincoln Avenue. A woman was concerned about a man who followed her out of a bar and tried to take a picture with her. Officers contacted the man.

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Hayden School District Superintendent Trudy Vader resigns

School Board President Brian Hoza said Vader will work for the remainder of her one-year contract, which expires June 30.

Former police chief tapped to lead Steamboat Police Department investigation

Steamboat City Manager Deb Hinsvark said Heather Coogan will be paid $150 per hour. Hinsvark has said the investigation could take 60 to 90 days.

U.S. relations with Mexico and Central America topic of Seminars at Steamboat workshop

United States relations with Mexico and Central America will be the topic of a lecture and workshop Saturday at Colorado Mountain College.

32 indicted in massive Colorado marijuana trafficking investigation

Colorado officials have won indictments against 32 people accused of being part of a multimillion-dollar scheme to grow marijuana illegally in Colorado and ship it out of state.

High school sports weekend preview for March 27 to 29

Steamboat girls soccer is gunning for a 6-1 start, Sailors boys lacrosse and girls tennis will be heavily tested and both Steamboat and Soroco track squads are heading to a huge Front Range meet this weekend.

Steamboat Springs School District releases master planning meeting schedule

The architectural company hired by the Steamboat Springs School District to work on an upcoming capital construction project has set a design schedule and began meeting with teachers at each school last week to gather feedback.

Sailors boys and Soroco girls hoops headline winter's all-league selections

Steamboat Springs boys basketball, Soroco girls basketball and Steamboat's ski team led this winter's all-league nominations.

Steamboat briefs: Steamboat Springs named Tree City USA for 24th year

For the 24th consecutive year, Steamboat Springs was named a Tree City USA by the Arbor Day Foundation in honor of the city’s commitment to effective urban forest management.

Lisa Brown: Hospice daffodils a hit

Thank you so much for your participation and support of our annual daffodil fundraiser for Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association’s hospice and palliative care program. More than 50 volunteers logged a total of 212 hours for this event. We had more than 200 local businesses participate in our presales and had six local retailer partners provide space for us on our sale day.

Our view: Nothing’s ever easy

Creating a citizens committee to legitimize the process of choosing a site for a new police station has always been a necessary first step.

City Council, School Board discuss downtown urban renewal plan

During a joint meeting with the Steamboat Springs City Council Monday night, several of the Steamboat Springs School Board members urged the council to exhaust all other options before considering an urban renewal plan that would use some property tax increment to fund infrastructure like sidewalks and pedestrian lighting.