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Art Steamboat finalists announced, workshop schedule released

The 30 Art Steamboat finalists, who hail from a variety of western states, will be competing for a $10,000 grand prize during the All Arts Festival in Steamboat.

Steamboat 14U baseball struggles in World Series

The squad couldn’t keep its winning ways going when it got to the World Series tournament, however, and went 0-5 through the weekend.

The Record for Sunday, July 27, 2014

9:54 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a woman who was getting several phone calls saying she had won a car and money. Police determined the call was a scam.

Steamboat briefs: Timbers Water, Sanitation District completes plant

Members of the Timbers Water and Sanitation District celebrated the completion of a new water treatment plant last week.

The Record for July 26, 2014

8:07 a.m. Police were called to a report of found property in the 1600 block of Red Hawk Court. Someone found a cowboy hat, a cellphone and $5 in their front yard and turned them in.

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It's a family affair at Steamboat Tennis Association tournament

The Steamboat Tennis Association’s Summer Championships offered local players some unique opportunities.

Ukraine crisis makes for complicated topic for Seminars at Steamboat

It won't be easy to fit into one speech, but Matthew Rojansky will try to sum up the Ukraine-Russia crises today as the Seminars at Steamboat lecture series rolls on at the Strings Music Pavilion.

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Joel Reichenberger: Getting started in the art world

My first stint at Art in the Park got off to a rocky start. The event runs two days, during the second weekend in July in Steamboat Springs, but vendors can set up Friday.

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Inside the booths: Following a dream in the art show world

The two-day show in July marked Bruggink’s second step into the world of art shows, and after the hectic days leading up to the event and the grinding process of setting up her booth, the great thing happened.

Real-deal cowboy artist with ties to Routt and Moffat wins award posthumously

Earl Bascom overcame his on-again, off-again education to became a highly collected Western artist, as well as a legendary rodeo cowboy whose designs for early bucking chutes and the one-handed bareback bronc saddle changed the sport forever.

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Denver fans finally get to see the AFC champions

Their plans for a tickertape parade through downtown Denver scuttled by a miserable performance in the Super Bowl, the Denver Broncos hadn’t heard the roar from supportive fans in more than six months.

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Strings Music Festival: Practice, practice, practice

If “practice makes perfect,” shouldn’t there come a time when you don’t have to practice any more? Not according to the musicians I’ve met at Strings.

Health briefs: Visiting Nurse Association offers Tobacco Free Group

The Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association is forming a Tobacco Free Group for those who are interested in quitting tobacco for good.

Thoughtful Parenting: Support and assistance available for child's development

If you suspect that your child may be delayed in any stage of development as they grow, you are just a phone call away from support and assistance.

Healthy Eating: Couscous and Garbanzo Bean Salad

This recipe has been adapted from Judith Emerson’s recipe in the "Fair Family Favorites — Celebrating 100 Years of the Routt County Fair."

Routt County Board of Commissioners meeting agenda for July 28 and 29, 2014

Routt County Board of Commissioners meeting agenda for July 28 and 29, 2014

Monday Medical: Detecting, preventing youth pitching injuries

Seasoned athletes know that rest is just as important as training. This is particularly true for young athletes, who can be more prone to injuries from overworking certain joints. Injury is a hot topic in youth baseball and softball, where pitching — too hard, too much and too early — is causing potentially serious elbow and shoulder problems in many children and adolescent players.

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South Routt 'super mom' recognized for health and wellness education

South Routt "super mom" Jaila Benjamin was recognized with the 2014 Healthy School Hero Award, presented by Colorado Action for Healthy Kids. She's a district parent deeply invested in all things wellness, and takes on a number of different roles each school year.

2014 Mt Werner Classic 50K results

2014 Mt Werner Classic 50K results

2014 Steamboat Tennis Association’s Summer Championships and Fundraiser results for July 26

2014 Steamboat Tennis Association’s Summer Championships and Fundraiser results for July 26