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Woodchuck nest caused car fire in Steamboat

Firefighters suspect a nest built by a woodchuck caused a car to catch fire Thursday.

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Celebrate Colorado Public Lands Day in Steamboat Springs with variety of events

On May 20, Coloradans will come together nationally and locally for the first time to celebrate and pay tribute to public lands.

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Steamboat briefs: Spring storm blocks Broncos appearance in Steamboat

Thursday’s snow and the promise of more this weekend led to the Denver Broncos’ decision to cancel appearances in Steamboat Springs and Aspen.

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"Go & Do" in Steamboat Springs this weekend May 19 to 21

Steamboat Pilot & Today brings you the weekend's top 10 events to "Go & Do" for Friday, May 19 to Sunday, May 21

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Steamboat Springs Arts Council, writers group to host 36th annual conference

Providing inspiration and education for novice writers and professionals alike, the Steamboat Springs Arts Council and the Steamboat Writers Group are set to host 36th annual A Day for Writers conference.

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Perry-Mansfield in the Schools Initiative holds final performance of year with Soroco

Soroco and Hayden school districts held a combined performance to showcase the work students had done with faculty from the Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School and Camp faculty as part of the organization's new initiative.

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We're Not Clowns is back for 20th anniversary show in Steamboat Springs

We're Not Clowns are back in action this weekend with two shows Friday and Saturday.

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Book review: Patchett’s 'Commonwealth' a realistic view of family

I am a fan of great writing, and Ann Patchett’s "Commonwealth" is the epitome of that.

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Spring storm blocks Broncos appearance in Steamboat

Thursday's mountain storm has forced the Denver Broncos to cancel an appearance scheduled for Friday afternoon in Steamboat Springs, and another scheduled for Saturday in Aspen.

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Dog’s Eye View: Building a relationship with 2-year-old terrier Lawrence

Our frisky 2-year-old terrier mix, Lawrence, has been enrolled in the Canine Life and Social Skills, or CLASS, program, taught through community education at Colorado Northwestern Community College in Craig.

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Snow piles up during May 18 storm

A May winter snow storm caught some by surprise Thursday morning but the plows in Steamboat Springs were ready.

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Steamboat Allstars gym wraps up season, puts 'Ice'ing on the cake in Florida

The cheerleaders from the Steamboat Allstars gym headed to Florida earlier this month and earned top places at The Summit All Star Cheerleading Championships

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Community Agricultural Alliance: Appreciate uniqueness of where we live

As I complete my first year at Yampatika and as a resident of the Yampa Valley, I continue to be amazed by the natural beauty all around me. It is a great time to be outside.

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Vail dealing with damage, parking troubles, grumpy neighbors at popular Booth Falls hike

The Vail Town Council on Tuesday talked with Holy Cross District Ranger Aaron Mayville about steps this year aimed to ease trail and parking congestion.

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JD Hays memorial service postponed due to weather

Friday’s memorial service for former Steamboat Springs Police Chief JD Hays has been cancelled due to the weather.

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60-year-old Tennessee man loses inner tube while floating without permit on Green River

A Tennessee man's inner tube was sucked out from under him due to strong river currents near Echo Park in Dinosaur National Monument late Tuesday afternoon.

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Volunteers in Craig fundraising for 3-acre dog park

Craig could be home to its own dog park in the near future if Moffat County Humane Society volunteers are successful in their efforts to secure funding.

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Hayden, Soroco to go head to head in 800 at state track meet

There will be more than half a dozen events where Routt County high school athletes have good, solid chances at winning a state championship this week at the state track and field championships. There's only one event where one local athlete's prime competitor will be another local athlete.

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Steamboat police reverse opiate overdoses with Narcan

Steamboat Springs police have been carrying a drug that has helped save the lives of people who have overdosed on opiates.

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Fish Creek Falls shuttle service eyed by Forest Service

Taxis, shuttles and commercial vehicles, which might help alleviate the parking problem, currently are not allowed to drop off riders at the parking lot near the attraction.