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Our view: Consistency is a virtue

Routt County’s ability over the past 20 years to protect the open hay meadows in the Yampa Valley immediately south of Steamboat Springs from sprawl has been a remarkable success story.

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With a flip and a twist, aeriels endures

Aerials hasn't had a strong presence in Steamboat Springs for nearly two decades. That may not change soon, but a furious effort to save the sport and restock the U.S. Freestyle Ski Team's ranks have it thriving elsewhere.

Sailors girls tennis ekes by Thompson Valley

The Steamboat Springs High School girls tennis team rebounded with a tight victory over Thompson Valley on Saturday, 4-3.

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Bohonnon goes big, runs away with U.S. men's aerials title

The new national champions put on a high-flying show in Saturday's U.S. Freestyle Championships men's and women's aerials finals at Steamboat Ski Area.

The Record for Friday, March 27, 2015

3:57 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a woman who woke up and found a man passed out on her couch in the 3200 block of Snowflake Circle.

Click It or Ticket campaign begins Monday

Steamboat Springs Police Department officers this week will be on the lookout for drivers who are not buckled up.

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Wildhorse Homestead and Deer Park Road Corp. developments take shape

Construction is abuzz in the Wildhorse Meadows area of Mount Werner, where five residences are nearing completion and a massive office building is beginning to take shape.

Book review: The joy of cooking vegetables

The following are my two favorite cookbooks, both of which feature delicious and simple recipes in which vegetables are the stars of the plate.

Ed Miklus: Confused by reports

I’m a little confused. On page two of the Thursday’s Steamboat Today, reporter Matt Stensland states: “City Council members did not make any motions or take any votes after the executive session.”

Steamboat briefs: City seeks residents to serve on boards and commissions

The city of Steamboat Springs is looking for residents to serve on some of the city’s most influential boards and commissions.

Council on Aging menus for the week of March 30

■ Steamboat Springs Community Center

School district lunch menus for the week of March 30

■ Steamboat Springs School District

Sailors boys lacrosse edges 9th-ranked Thompson Valley

The Steamboat Springs High School boys lacrosse team scored its biggest win of the season, beating No. 9-ranked Thompson Valley, 13-11, on Friday night.

Doubles play nearly anchors Sailors girls tennis to win at 5A power

Steamboat Springs High School girls tennis was narrowly edged by 5A power Fossil Ridge on Friday, 4-3. The Sailors' three wins all came in doubles play.

Saturday's freestyle championships schedule adjusted

The schedule for Saturday’s U.S. Freestyle National Championships has been adjusted.

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Big early run sets Murphy on top

Troy Murphy put it out there, and no one could come and take it. He laid down a solid early run and hung on to win the men's single moguls national championship Friday in Steamboat Springs.

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Steamboat police chief, deputy chief put on paid administrative leave

Steamboat Springs City Administrator Deb Hinsvark announced Friday afternoon that Steamboat Springs Police Chief Joel Rae and Deputy Chief Bob DelValle have been put on paid administrative leave pending an investigation into serious allegations by former detective Dave Kleiber.

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Kearney bows out with gold

Hannah Kearney bowed out of her freestyle moguls career in fitting fashion, throwing down the day's best run on the day's final run to win the U.S. women's championship on Friday.

Steamboat girls soccer easily beats Delta, 8-1

The Steamboat Springs High School girls soccer team trounced Delta on the road, 8-1, aided by a hat-trick performance from junior Natalie Bohlmann.

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Lower fuel costs mitigating expense of ski season flight program at Yampa Valley Regional Airport

Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp. Airline Program Director Janet Fischer is confident that reduced fuel prices paid by the airlines along with an increase in the average ski season fares into Yampa Valley Regional Airport will result in a lower airline bill later this spring.