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Steamboat man suspected of dealing drugs

A 24-year-old Steamboat Springs man’s bond was set at $100,000 Friday after he was arrested on suspicion of drug crimes.

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Bear damages car: The Record for Thursday, April 20, 2017

10:36 a.m. Officers were called to a report of harassment in the 2700 block of Downhill Plaza. It was related to who was the proper owner of a marijuana store sweatshirt.

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Road an artistic resource

Routt County Road 18C is an artistic resource.

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Rick Abell: Lower taxes, lower revenue

If revenue goes down, expenditures must be reduced unless one desires to continually increase the national debt until all revenue is used to pay interest to federal, state and local bond holders.

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Hornik-Beer: You've got to be kidding

Cory Gardner, I have one question: Since when does methane always influenced by wind currents stop at state borders?

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Winter returns to Routt County

Routt County residents woke up Friday morning to the realization that winter is not over yet.

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Steamboat briefs: Extension Office to offer pressure canning session

Colorado State University Extension and its Master Food Safety Advisors will offer an introductory pressure canning session from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 22 at the Routt County Extension Office, at Sixth and Oak streets in Steamboat Springs. The session will cover the basics of pressure canning for preserving foods at high altitudes.

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Girls lacrosse wins again

The Steamboat Springs High School girls lacrosse team is in the midst of the best season in the history of the program, and Thursday, the team’s aptitude paid off in a way it rarely has in the past for the Sailors.

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Barn brothers: Arnolds reflect on the challenges of growing up on a farm at base of Storm Mountain

Before the umbrella bars, hot tubs and après ski deals, life at the base of Storm Mountain required grit. Lots and lots of grit.

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Property dispute: The Record for Wednesday, April 19, 2017

8:28 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of identity theft in the 1100 block of 13th Street. Someone had a computer stolen, and someone used it to open accounts.

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Freeskiers wrap up season

Steamboat freeskiers closed their season in style at Copper Mountain.

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Yampa Valley Bank recognized for 2016 performance

Yampa Valley Bank credits its local ownership and a loyal customer base for being recognized as one of the best-performing banks in the country.

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Bruner heads to Kansas for hoops

Soroco senior picks Sterling College

DaKota Bruner stood in the nearly empty gymnasium where she’d accomplished so much and it felt like a goodbye.

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Steamboat Art Museum expands into old Brandywine restaurant space

Vintage building gets a new life

The dramatic expansion of the Steamboat Art Museum's exhibition space will be accomplished during the summer with the remodeling of a former landmark restaurant

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Julie Hagenbuch: Improve, rather than undermine, ACA

Healthcare is now in the hands of the Republican-led government. The Affordable Care Act is not exploding, imploding or self-destructing. This government and insurance companies are attempting to undermine it.

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Book reviews: Poetry books encompass feelings of feminist community

When I first heard of “Milk and Honey,” by Rupi Kaur, and “New American Best Friend,” by Olivia Gatwood, I immediately knew I wanted to review both books.

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Dog’s Eye View: Keep the conversation going

One of the most challenging aspects when training our family dog is — yes, you guessed it — walking nicely on leash.

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Community Agriculture Alliance: Celebrate the planet

Every year in Steamboat Springs, Earth Day comes and goes without much fanfare due to our late spring break and the mass exodus to warmer climes and drier trails after the mountain closes. But you can still pay tribute to the planet during Yampa Valley Sustainability Council’s monthlong Every Day is Earth Day celebration.

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The Bock’s Office: ‘Furious’ franchise refuses to slow down

In a series that knows no limits, logic dictates that land, air and sea be conquered as the world proves too small when you live your life one quarter-mile at a time. And, if you’re familiar with what led up to “The Fate of the Furious,” you know there’s no doing things halfhearted.

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Janet Sheridan: On practice and perfection

Though I questioned our tight-lipped instructor’s teaching methods, I recognized the wisdom of her mini-lecture.