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Sen. Cory Gardner proposes six year delay to fed's greater sage grouse oversight

U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner, R-Colo., made a huge move Wednesday, proposing a bill that aims at keeping the federal government out the greater sage grouse decisions for the next six years.

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In an instant: Reuniting after eight years

When Andrew "Hondo" Sanders woke up from a coma, all he could do was blink once for “yes” and twice for “no.”

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In an instant: Getting back on the slalom course after a spinal cord injury

In a remarkable comeback, Sammy Del Sordo was back skiing less than nine months after breaking a vertebrae in his neck and damaging his spinal cord in a fall on the slopes.

More homeless students identified in Routt County schools

The number of students in Routt County qualifying for services under a national homeless education act surged during the 2013-14 school year, according to state data.

Gardening with Deb Babcock: A Steamboat garden is where I want to bee

Busy bees make a delightful, and beneficial, addition to gardens.

Quinn: Model for counseling

Does your child’s school have a comprehensive counseling program in place? Is the answer to that question important? And if they do have a comprehensive counseling program in place at your child’s school, how would you know? How is your child different because of their school’s counseling program?

Our view: Surveying the community

This week, 3,000 randomly selected residents of Steamboat Springs will receive a community survey in the mail, and today, our message is simple — fill the surveys out and return them to the city.

Steamboat briefs: Business plan competition workshop to be held Wednesday night

The Yampa Valley Entrepreneurship Center is hosting the fourth annual business plan competition for 2015.

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Boomer joins ranks at Sheriff's Office

Boomer, a 16-month-old German Shepherd and Belgian Malinois mix from the Czech Republic, began duty three weeks ago. Already, he is being credited with four heroin arrests.

Steamboat man suspected of dealing heroin

Cody Greatbatch has been charged with two counts of unlawful distribution of heroin, a Class 3 drug felony. He has also been charged with two counts of distribution within 1,000 feet of a school, a Class 1 drug felony.

The Record for Monday, April 20, 2015

11:02 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a person in the first block of Arapahoe Lane who was receiving harassing emails related to a past relationship.

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Yampa Valley airport faces a decade of austerity due to slow recovery in passenger numbers

If an airline consultant's projection of 2.6 percent annual growth in passenger numbers proves out, Yampa Valley Airport would face a decade of austerity.

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Club honors 34, celebrates the season

The Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club took time last week to reflect back on its recently finished season, handing out awards April 15 to recognize the best performances of what was a long and successful season for club skiers.

2015 Literary Sojourn lineup

The lineup for the 2015 Literary Sojourn includes renowned authors with national recognition and numerous awards. Tickets for the 23rd annual event go on sale in July.

County Commissioners put pedal down on plan to shave Yellowjacket's crown

Driver sight distances on the steep, winding climb to the top of Yellowjacket Pass south of Steamboat are inadequate particularly when the curve causes approaching motorists to stray into the oncoming lane.

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Idea of police unification raised in Routt County

Some elected officials and the city's police station building committee have had some brief discussions about the concept of unification in recent weeks.

Ciao from Cortina: What we found, North to South

In Italy, people always talk about the great divide between the North and the South. It's all Italy.

Crime Stoppers Tip: Citizens urged to 'bear' responsibility

Enjoy the wildlife that living in Steamboat affords, but please do your part to ensure wildlife can exist around us. Steamboat without bears would be unbearable.

Dog's Eye View: Distracted training yields disjointed results

Distracted training methods lead to disjointed training results.

Steamboat briefs: Earth Day edition of Wild Films is Tuesday at library

In honor of Earth Day, Bud Werner Memorial Library will present a free screening of “Wildlife Defenders,” an award-winning film by Rakiz Tuffile.