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Planned water outages in Oak Creek persist longer than expected

Oak Creek residents were advised April 24 that “You may experience longer periods without water today. We will make every attempt to keep you notified of issues as they occur, and our progress.”

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Steamboat briefs: City offers updates on construction projects

The Ninth Street pedestrian bridge was closed April 17 for a refurbishment project that includes re-decking and painting of the structure. The bridge project is anticipated to continue for one month, weather permitting.

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Tigers eye track's final stretch

Soroco, Steamboat track teams score wins

It wasn’t the spots in which his team placed this weekend that had Hayden High School track and field coach Pat Moore excited as he considered his track team heading into the final stretch of the season.

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Transient at the gym: The Record for Saturday, April 22, 2017

11:41 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a transient who was making customers at a gym in the 1800 block of Central Park Plaza feel uncomfortable. Officers trespassed the person.

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Whiteout: Anatomy of a ski death

Of the 58 ski-related fatalities recorded in Summit County over the past 10 years, only five autopsies have been performed.

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City offers updates on construction projects

Beginning Monday, April 24, Yampa Street will be closed to vehicular traffic between the intersections of 10th and 12th streets.

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Health briefs: Alzheimer’s financial and legal planning workshop May 10

A legal and financial planning education program for people affected by Alzheimer’s disease will take place from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 10 at Steamboat Springs Community Center, 1605 Lincoln Ave.

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U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton: Making health care affordable for Coloradans

Coloradans are feeling the effects of a broken health care system now more than ever.

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Kyleigh Lawler: Heartfelt thanks

From spending time with hospice patients to landscaping at the Rollingstone Respite House, our volunteers do so much. We are thankful for your kindness and compassion and the many hours you devote to our hospice patients and families.

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Monday Medical: Plantar fasciitis: treatment and prevention

The plantar fascia is a thick band of tissue that runs along the bottom of the foot, connecting the heel bone to the toes. And if that fascia — or the nearby muscles, ligaments or tendons — becomes inflamed and irritated, you might find yourself dealing with plantar fasciitis.

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Possible Medicaid cuts worry local advocates for people with disabilities

Last month’s proposed American Health Care Act would have cut components of Medicaid funding that give beneficiaries in some states greater access to home and community-based services, allowing people more freedom to decide where they live.

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Young entrepreneurs: Jacob Taulman, winter and summer buffs

I am selling summer and winter outdoor buff. Buffs are like multi purpose face-masks. Some will have skiers and winter activities. Others will have summer activities like fishing, hunting, or biking.

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Young entrepreneurs: Ryan Sabia, paracord lanyards

I will be selling paracord lanyards and accessories for the most elite outdoorsmen who partake in fly fishing and waterfowl hunting.

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Young entrepreneurs: Mac Skov, concert for students

What is your business plan? A live music concert for high school students and student artists.

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Old Town Hot Springs: Triathlon presents unique, exciting challenge

For some athletes, the thrill of pushing themselves in one sport is simply not enough, and they find excitement in physically challenging themselves in multiple areas. The concept is part of what’s making triathlon one of the fastest-growing sports in America.

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Healthy eating: Beef and vegetable stir fry

Beef and vegetable stir fry

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Thoughtful Parenting: Learning to read

Learning to read is nothing short of a miracle. Our brains are not built for reading.

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Steamboat Pilot & Today named top newspaper in its class at 2017 Colorado Press Association Convention

Steamboat Pilot & Today was honored by the Colorado Press Association with the General Excellence Award as the best overall newspaper in its circulation class in the 2016 CPA Better Newspaper Contest.

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Whiteout: Hidden figures, search for the unknown

At least 137 people died in accidents at the state’s ski resorts since the 2006-07 season.

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Whiteout: An interactive map of Colorado skier deaths since 2006-07

This interactive map includes information on each death and marks the ski trail where each accident took place.