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Horse-training couple wins county approval to add land to Marabou

The HOA and one of Marabou’s homeowners were seeking the change to resolve an awkward legal situation for the HOA, and to allow one of the homeowners to create an apartment in a private barn.

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Aviation, aerospace discussion lands in Northwest Colorado

Venues in both Moffat and Routt counties played host to the Colorado Space Business Roundtable Wednesday and Thursday as part of the second annual Aerospace Business Development Road Trip. A crowd of about 50 — including Moffat County Commissioner John Kinkaid and Colorado House of Representatives candidate Chuck McConnell, among others — gathered Thursday morning at Colorado Northwestern Community College to hear an array of speakers discuss the ever-changing world of aircrafts and related topics.

No new tenant yet for Staples building

There has been activity at the old Staples location this week, but no new tenant has been lined up.

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Shared office concept opens in West Steamboat Springs

Julie Niemi has taken the leap and opened co-working space Drop-In Desk in Curve Plaza in West Steamboat.

Business briefs: New auto shop slated for West Steamboat

A new auto repair shop is planned for West Steamboat along U.S. Highway 40.

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Smell That Bread Bakery opens in downtown Steamboat Springs

What started as an interest turned into a hobby and now has risen to the level of a full fledged bakery in downtown Steamboat Springs: Smell That Bread Bakery.

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Ranch Organics soap company opens downtown Steamboat location

Ranch Organics soaps and lotions are in 180 places across the country, but for Debbie Dygert, opening a storefront on Fifth Street in downtown Steamboat Springs felt like bringing her company back home.

Business briefs: Butcherknife Brewing Co. tap room is open; new beers released

Butcherknife Brewing Co. has launched four wholesale beer varieties and opened its tap room, according to a news release.

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Report examines commercial real estate trends in Western states

According to the study, demographic and consumer preference trends point toward more walkable neighborhoods and developments, making mixed-use key.

Business plan writing seminar planned for July 15 in Steamboat

A free business plan writing seminar is planned for July 15 at the Yampa Valley Entrepreneurship Center on Colorado Mountain College’s Alpine Campus in Steamboat Springs, according to a news release.

Ptarmigan Inn redevelopment plan comes back to city

The same plan to turn the Ptarmigan Inn into a 72-unit condo development that drew the ire of its neighbors and tested a new city process in 2011 is coming back again after the project’s vesting expired last year.

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Tight market for single-family homes sometimes means 'sweetening the pot'

The market for single-family homes has been the most active of the year so far, so it’s no surprise that some of the choicest properties in the category are seeing multiple, competitive offers.

Longstanding barbecue restaurant Steamboat Smokehouse gets new owners

Steamboat Smokehouse will be open Friday, serving brisket, St. Louis-style ribs and pulled pork for the first time in months and under a new set of owners.

San Francisco, Washington-Dulles added to Steamboat winter air service

For the 2014-15 ski season, winter air service into Steamboat Springs will add nonstop flights from San Francisco and Washington, D.C., in addition to expanding flights from Seattle and Los Angeles.

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Outgoing Chamber exec saved 4th of July with a 'little help from his friends'

Kern also took an active role in restoring and broadening summer airline service here. And recently, played a leadership role in acquiring a new piece of telecommunications infrastructure that some say has the potential to give Steamboat more bandwidth at a lower cost.

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