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No need to dress up for Rocky Mountain Youth Corps' 10th annual fundraiser

Celebrating the outdoors, the Rocky Mountain Youth Corps 10th annual fundraiser, the Moonshine Ski & Dine, will take place this Friday at the Catamount Lake House.

Dog’s Eye View: Old habits difficult to break

Let’s take a look at habits from the dog’s eye view. Any behavior that is reinforced consistently becomes stronger.

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Friday documentary at Chief Theater explores PTSD

A new documentary exploring the effects of post-traumatic stress disorder on veterans and strategies for finding relief makes its Steamboat Springs debut Friday evening at the Chief Theater.

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Chief Players in pursuit of gold with new melodrama series "The Secret of Yonder Mountain"

The melodramatic tale of "The Secret of Yonder Mountain" is back at the Chief Theater every Thursday throughout February and March featuring as entertainment for all ages.

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SOS Outreach graduates 42 from snowboarding, mentoring program

On Feb. 6, 42 young snowboarders graduated from the SOS Outreach snowboarding program in Steamboat Springs.

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ZEST: Aurum Food & Wine

This week, ZEST features Aurum Food & Wine, one of Steamboat's fine dining establishments with a riverfront atmosphere.

Mary Brown: Group focuses on water

As the new chair of the Yampa-White-Green Rivers Basin Round Table, I’m writing today to give an update on some of the water issues being addressed both in Northwest Colorado and throughout the state.

Sailors hockey overcomes slow start in win over Summit

Wednesday win over Summit improves Steamboat to 11-4 overall with three games remaining in the regular season. Next, Mullen (3-11-1) comes to the Yampa Valley for a 6:30 p.m. game Friday

Steamboat briefs: More than 15,000 visitors expected in town Saturday

And estimated 15,400 visitors are expected to be in town Saturday, according to the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association’s lodging barometer released Wednesday.

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State at stake for Sailors' skiers

The Steamboat Springs High School Alpine skiing team has its only home meet of the season Friday, and there will be plenty of excitement for local fans, with one local girl and a handful of local boys having great chances to win the slalom race on Howelsen Hill.

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Leadership Steamboat's 2016 class tackles costly sidewalk program for LiftUp

Showing leadership, Steamboat style

Leadership Steamboat spokesman Randy Rudasics confirmed the group has accepted the expensive challenge of helping the nonprofit LiftUp of Routt County to develop sidewalks at the new home of its food bank.

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Growing local business to be featured on MSNBC

Retailers around the country are getting stuck on Steamboat Sticker Co.

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Steamboat police chief gives update on department

Being down three sworn officers continues to present challenges for the Steamboat Springs Police Department, Chief Cory Christensen told the Steamboat Springs City Council on Tuesday night.

Routt County commissioners delay decision on Hahn's Peak Inn worker housing

You can check out any time you want, but....

Attorney Bob Weiss, representing the owners of the Hahn's Peak Inn, countered county staff's position that the inn is not allowed to host long-term rentals by pointing out that the actor Peter Sellers (of Pink Panther fame) lived in a single hotel for 22 years.

High school sports weekend preview for Feb. 11-13

Wrestling teams hope to prove regional ready

Local high school wrestling teams are headed for the regional tournament, while Steamboat and Soroco basketball teams will play their final home games of the regular season this weekend, saying farewell to some very successful senior classes.

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Lost snowboarder travels more than three miles before being found by rescuers

One snowboarder got very, very lost Tuesday after unintentionally going out of bounds at the Steamboat Ski Area.

The Record for Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016

4:35 p.m. Routt County Search and Rescue volunteers were called to search for a lost snowboarder in the Fish Creek drainage area. The snowboarder was found about five hours later. Rescuers learned the man had traveled 3.6 miles from the ski area while lost.

Jim Boyne: Thank you, Steamboat

On behalf of the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club, I want to thank our entire community for a fantastic 103rd Winter Carnival. Once again, our army of community supporters and volunteers came together to pull off one of the most unique celebrations anywhere in the world.

Our View: Join the community conversation

On Jan. 31, the Steamboat Pilot & Today published an in-depth article on opiate and heroin addiction in Steamboat Springs and Routt County titled “Breaking the silence.” The article brought attention to a national crisis that has hit home, and the information provided in the piece is only the beginning of a larger community conversation we think needs to happen now.

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Newly found map shows early glimpse of Craig

“To me this is the first official document of the town of Craig,” said Paul Knowles, assistant director of the Museum of Northwest Colorado. “This really is kind of what started the town. It shows the first streets, the first lots.”