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Spring into Summer Carnival returns May 19 to 22

Tickets are on sale for the annual Spring into Summer Carnival, a fundraiser for Steamboat Springs Middle School’s Parent Information Committee.

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New hockey team headed to Howelsen

Junior hockey team to begin play in October

Steamboat Springs is home to plenty of athletes who dream big and dedicate themselves to their sports. It’s about to become home to at least 25 more. A junior hockey team will begin play in town this fall.

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Future of Steamboat's Sports Authority uncertain after company abandons reorganization plans

According to national news reports, debt-saddled Sports Authority is now considering closing all 467 of its stores after abandoning a plan to reorganize under Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

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Storm brings its brand of baseball to Steamboat for second year in row

Top college baseball players from around the county will come to Steamboat Springs in June to put on Storm uniforms and represent Steamboat Springs in the Mountain West Collegiate Baseball League.

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The Foundry: Auricular acupuncture offered

Chinese Medicine has long been shown to help regulate the body’s functions and bring a person closer to homeostasis.

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Steamboat briefs: Indie Lens Pop-Up season continues with documentary

Bud Werner Memorial Library’s Indie Lens Pop-Up season continues with a free advance screening of “Peace Officer,” a film by Scott Christopherson and Brad Barber, at 6:30 p.m. Monday in Library Hall.

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Freshmen making big waves for girls soccer team

Before the girls soccer season started, Steamboat Springs High School freshman Delaney Moon was assigned a teammate to help aid her, both on and off the field. In this case, that person was junior Brooke Buchanan, who plays a similar role in the attacking third of the Sailors’ offense.

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Colbert: The perils of mud season ignorance

Dinosaur National Monument is a beautiful place to get stranded. At least, this was my thought as we attempted to get my bald-tired, two-wheel drive vehicle out of the canyon, Mother Nature doing her best to claim another flatlander who thought winter was finally over.

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The Record for Saturday, April 30, 2016

1:12 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a noise complaint in the 3000 block of Village Drive.

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Hayden announces town manager finalists

The town of Hayden has narrowed the field and selected four finalists to be the new town manager.

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Colorado Mountain College unveils sustainability action plan

The college already has taken several steps to improve collegewide sustainability since 2009, when the college’s then-president signed the American College and University Presidents’ Climate Commitment, pledging to work toward carbon neutrality by 2050.

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New Parents with a Purpose support group forming

A spinoff group of the community Rx Task Force is aiming to bring together parents of high school and middle school students to talk about substance abuse and mental health.

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Livewell Northwest Colorado: Food recovery effort take hold in Yampa Valley

The issue of food waste doesn’t start in our refrigerator. It is complex and occurs along every step of the food chain.

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Thoughtful Parenting: Talking about STDs

When it comes to STDs, adults need to understand the scope of the risk so that they can talk effectively with students about creating their own risk avoidance plans.

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Healthy eating: Date power balls

Date power balls are great for cold weather, because they do not freeze and are portable to take on a bike, hike, or long run.

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Health briefs: Cooking class will feature smart foods for kids

Natural Grocers Nutritional Health Coach Alicia McLeod will host "Smart foods for smart kids" from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Sunday, May 8, at the store, located at 335 Lincoln Ave.

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Monday Medical: Don’t bake your skin at altitude

The closer you are to the sun, the more intense the UV radiation you receive, which means living in places such as Steamboat Springs can come with risks.

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YVMC plans updates in emergency department, orthopedics, child care

As one of the first steps of the project, YVMC Foundation has partnered with CCS Fundraising to conduct a philanthropic campaign feasibility and planning study.

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Tim Krumrie: advocating, educating from career of experience

Tim Krumrie picked up a football as a freshman at Mondovi High School in Wisconsin and wouldn’t put it down for the next 20 years.