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Local law enforcement makes meth, heroin drug bust

On Saturday, Nov. 15, the All Crimes Enforcement Team (ACET), Craig Police Department the Moffat County Sheriff’s Office and K-9 deputy “Kiilo” worked together to arrest two individuals suspected of possessing, manufacturing and distributing meth and heroin.

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Milestone Anniversaries

If you’re visiting Steamboat Springs this winter, there’s plenty of reason to celebrate. A mountain of milestones have hit the Yampa Valley lately, all of them cementing town’s stature as one of the most historical and heralded ski towns in the country.

Everything is fine following a lockdown at Soroco High School

Undersheriff Ray Birch said there was a female student who was creating a disturbance outside the school.

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Steamboat A to Z

Wondering what to do this winter in this fair hamlet of ours nestled at the base of Mt. Werner? Practice your alphabet while thumbing through the following A to Z activities.

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Dan Tullos: Best of the BARley

I love beer. I love drinking it, I love making it and as you can tell from my past articles, I love talking about it. But I’m just one man. There are millions of other beer lovers out there who probably have something to say about the subject.

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Warren Miller's 'No Turning Back' making Steamboat stop

Popular ski and snowboard filmmaker Warren Miller Entertainment produced its 65th film "No Turning Back" this season and will be shown in Steamboat Springs for the first time Friday and Saturday at the Chief Theater.

Air service board revisits summer flights from Texas

The United Airlines flight between Houston and Hayden had an eight-week run last summer from June 26 to Sept. 1 with some weekday blackouts during the last two weeks of August.

Steamboat Springs School District recognized for strong AP program

The Steamboat Springs School District has been named to the College Board’s AP District Honor Roll for its efforts to expand AP curriculum while increasing student performance on AP tests.

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Occupants of car in rollover accident near Meeker listed as stable

After a rollover accident 4 ½ miles west of Meeker yesterday afternoon, the driver and three passengers that were airlifted to St. Mary’s Medical Center are listed in stable condition.

Holiday bazaar tradition will take place this Saturday

This Saturday, the Work of Human Hands Bazaar will be back in its original location at the Holy Name Catholic Church to offer items from vendors around the world.

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Pirate Theatre to premiere new show at The Steamboat Grand

After two years, Pirate Theater is back this weekend with a new show, "Colorado Jones and The End of the ‘Boat as We Know It.” Equipped with new jokes and comedic elements the show will be one not to miss this season.

Proposed retail marijuana shop passes through Oak Creek Planning Commission

Stagestop 1 LLC, a proposed retail marijuana business in Oak Creek, swiftly passed through the Planning Commission at Wednesday night's meeting and is one Town Board approval away from being the first of its kind in town.

Steamboat Briefs: Community Thanksgiving dinner Thursday at Holy Name

Holy Name Catholic Church in Steamboat Springs will hold a community Thanksgiving dinner from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday. The meal will be prepared by Holy Name teens and the event is free and open to the community.

Steamboat Springs Education Fund Grant Commission supports $152,000 grant to NW BOCES

The Steamboat Springs Education Fund Grant Commission on Wednesday night voted to recommend to the Education Fund Board to give $152,000 to Northwest Colorado BOCES, though the board will have the final say on whether the money will be granted.

$63 million 2015 Routt County budget boosts child care, treats 41 miles of paved roads, restores pay raises

On the human capital side of the ledger, Routt County commissioners hope an $82,000 increase in the Human Services budget will provide childcare support for another 28 children living in households whose annual incomes are under 130 percent of federal poverty levels.

City of Steamboat's ice arena and recreation managers resign

Susan Petersen, the city's longtime recreation manager, recently resigned to take another career opportunity here in Steamboat. Mike Albrecht, who has supervised the Howlesen Ice Arena for the last six years, also is leaving his post.

Faith groups to gather to show gratitude

Residents with a variety of religious backgrounds will come together Friday to express gratitude during the Thanksgiving season.

Eugene Buchanan: Surviving the 1st skate

The first skate ski of the season, which occurs on Bruce’s Trail atop Rabbit Ears Pass, happens earlier than it does anywhere else in the country,

Hayden officials to consider adopting tight budget

Despite a tight budget, officials in Hayden do not foresee making cuts, and they plan to give raises to staff members.

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Steamboat Springs City Council debates how involved police chief should be in police station planning

Some members felt public safety director Joel Rae's leadership role in the project is appropriate given his many years of experience with the police department. But other members felt it wouldn't be appropriate for Rae to continue being a point person on the station planning because they felt the proposal is controversial and Rae's involvement could end up damaging his reputation.