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Suspected forest marijuana growers remain in custody

Two men suspected of growing nearly 1,000 marijuana plants in the Routt National Forest remained in federal custody Friday.

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New group formed to tackle public safety building project

The new group will have its first meeting at 1 p.m. Wednesday in the commissioner's hearing room.

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Cowboys to team up, hang on at Bull Bash

Judd Mortensen said a handful of motivations drove him to add a new element to this year’s Rocky Mountain Bull Bash, Sunday’s annual Labor Day weekend Professional Bull Riders event that marks the end of the local rodeo season. 
The event this year will include a team competition, in addition to

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Wild West Air Fest takes flight over Steamboat Springs

VIntage and modern planes will fill the sky above Steamboat Springs this weekend as the Wild West Air Fest fuels Labor Day festivities in Ski Town USA.

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$92 million school bond opposition group forms

'Citizens for a Better Plan' say district plan has bad location, high cost

The group is against the bond for a handful of reasons, primarily because it moves the district high school from downtown and because it increases the capacity of the high school, which group members don’t believe is necessary.

Routt County work sessions explore solution to neighbor conflicts over short-term rentals

Routt County explores possibility of legalizing vacation rentals in order to better regulate the them.

The Record for Thursday, Sept. 3, 2015

12:09 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a driver possibly under the influence of marijuana. A clerk at a convenience store in the 500 block of Marketplace Plaza smelled marijuana on the driver. The driver could not be located.

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Interior Department approves mining plan for Colowyo Coal Mine

After months of nail biting, Moffat County can breathe a heavy sigh of relief - The Department of the Interior has given the thumbs up to Colowyo’s new mining plan.

Green building workshop aims to answer what works in Steamboat and Routt County

The free community green building workshop will feature short segments from a variety of local builders, architects and homeowners who currently are working on or have completed residential or commercial buildings.

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Man dies in North Routt crash

Joggers found the crash, which Colorado State Patrol Cpl. Rob Debelak said occurred during the early morning hours Thursday.

Mary Darcy et all: Programs matter most

Before us in November is a ballot question asking us to approve a $92 million bond for a plan that includes constructing a new high school on a site three miles west of downtown. We are part of a pro-education group of parents, coaches, former teachers, former school board members and business owners who believe this is the wrong plan for our schools and our town.

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The Bock’s Office: ‘Shaun the Sheep’ gets baa-ck to basics of cartoon cleverness

With little yellow creatures and manifestations of emotions getting all the attention this summer, you may have missed one of the more undemanding animated pleasures of the season. It may not be the biggest resident of the movie pasture, but “Shaun the Sheep Movie” could be the best of the bunch.

Sailor tennis has no trouble with Durango

The Steamboat Springs High School boys’ tennis team made easy work of Durango on Thursday in Grand Junction, cruising to a 6-1 win.

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Hat trick sets Sailors on top

The Steamboat Springs High School boys soccer team got a 4-1 win at home against Moffat County on Thursday night thanks to a hat trick from sophomore Will Beurskens.

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Walton, Firestone lead SSHS golf to second place at home tourney

Thursday's tournament at Haymaker was a warm up, of sorts, for the 4A regional Steamboat Springs will host later this month.

The Record for Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2015

7:48 a.m. Steamboat Springs Fire Rescue firefighters were called to help a person having a seizure in the 400 block of Tamarack Drive.

Multi-agency effort to enhance snowmobile parking on Rabbit Ears Pass underway

This year's effort to improve snowmobile parking on Rabbit Ears Pass will create 35 new spaces at Dumont with 40 new spaces at Muddy Creek parking area coming in 2016.

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Explore’s Top 5 events for Sept. 4 to 6

Not sure what to do this weekend? Explore brings you its top five picks for Saturday's and Sunday's round of events.

Widespread Panic tribute band to perform in Steamboat Springs for the first time

Coming all the way from the Midwest, the Widespread Panic tribute band, Mom's Kitchen, will be in Steamboat Springs Friday for a performance at Old Town Pub.