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Rob Dick remembered as tireless advocate for affordable housing

From the River Place co-housing community near the city’s southern edge to the West End Village subdivision, Rob Dick’s impact on housing reaches across Steamboat Springs.

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Business briefs: Papa Murphy's raising money for Italy earthquake relief

In an effort to show solidarity with victims of the recent earthquake in Italy, Papa Murphy’s Steamboat Springs will donate $1 for each pizza sold Friday, Sept. 2.

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New high school CEO program begins Tuesday

As most children in the Steamboat Springs School District head for their classrooms on the first day of school Tuesday, one group of students will pilot a new course meeting outside a traditional classroom.

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Steamboat startups: Nutterly cookie snaps are unique but familiar treats

When the unlikely trio of Steamboat Springs baker Lisa Ciraldo, 38, and part-time residents Rory Delaney, 70, and Peter Robinson, 68, created Nutterly, there were a lot of long nights of packaging and perfecting.

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Steamboat startups: Dog lovers give back through Adventure Hounds clothing

Two aspiring dog owners are the driving force behind Adventure Hounds, a new adventure clothing company that donates a portion of their profits to animal shelters across the state.

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Steamboat startups: Click Medical brings comfort, convenience to medical devices

Tucked into home offices, rented shops and basements around town is the next batch of Steamboat Springs entrepreneurs.

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Business briefs: Local photographer featured on real estate website

In collaboration with Steamboat Sotheby’s International Realty, local photographer Noah Wetzel’s photographs of Steamboat Springs are being featured on the Destinations pages of sothebysrealty.com, or sir.com, a leading luxury real estate website.

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Jim Clark: What do dancing, social issues have in common?

For me, music and dancing bring back lots of happy memories but some unhappy ones, as well.

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1,300-acre Mystic Hill Ranch sells for $7.65M

The 1,300-acre ranch, which includes a 2,900-square-foot home and some other quality improvements, is located at the end of Routt County Road 56C, about 8 miles west of Routt County Road 129 and 20 miles from Steamboat Springs.

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Original Brent Rowan score helps sell ranch home

It’s difficult to say with certainty what drew a German buyer to a listing for a ranch home off Colorado Highway 131 this summer, but brokers who represented both seller and buyer are sure it was the sounds of an original Brent Rowan score.

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Business briefs: RE/MAX announces two hotel sales

The LaQuinta Inn, located at 3155 Ingles Lane was sold by Lasco LLC to RM Hospitality LLC on June 17 for $3.25 million. The 13,664-square-foot hotel sits on 1.02 acres.

Email Marketing Improves Small Business Standings in Clients’ Eyes

The benefits of consistent email marketing are many but one of the most compelling is its return on investment (ROI): email marketing brings in about $40 for every $1 you spend. Follow these guidelines to ensure you're using best practices when marketing your business.

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Colorado Group Realty's Parade of Homes returns Saturday

Colorado Group Realty’s 10th annual Parade of Homes event, a fundraiser benefitting Steamboat Adaptive Recreational Sports, is from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.

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Bella Vista Estate sells for $3.5 million

The six-acre property overlooks Lake Catamount and includes three buildings with a total of 14 bedrooms, an outdoor swimming pool, tennis courts and other amenities.

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SmartWool has new logo, socks, and soon, a new president

The leaders of SmartWool don’t foresee any changes to the sock company’s operations in Steamboat Springs following the recent departure of president Mark Satkiewicz, who was a strong advocate for having the company grow in the Yampa Valley.

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