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Steamboat secures first direct flights from San Diego to Yampa Valley for 2016-17 ski season

San Diego just got closer to Steamboat

Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp. President and COO Rob Perlman said his resort will leverage San Diego and Seattle flights through Alaska Airlines' other destinations on the West Coast.

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Historic Emerald Ridge Ranch offered for $8.95M

The 780-acre Emerald Ridge Ranch, the largest remaining property in close proximity to Steamboat’s southern city limits, is being offered for the first time in its history at $8.95 million.

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Business briefs: SSIR brokers participate in global networking event

The event took place May 16 through 18 in Las Vegas and brought together about 2,300 members of the Sotheby’s International Realty network.

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Harnessing the sun

Progress has been made to produce more renewable energy locally, but some believe more can be done.

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Business briefs: Rocky Peak Village reports strong sales

Sales of new homes at Rocky Peak Village have been active, according to a news release from the development’s brokers. In three weeks, all four recently completed units were sold.

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Distillery, climbing gym planned for downtown

Two types of businesses Steamboat Springs has never seen before are being planned for the downtown corridor.

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National Ski Industry group report: Western resorts offset near record downturn in East

A report on the 2015/2016 ski season indicates the Western regions tallied record and near-record visit totals, while the Midwest and East recorded worst and near-worst visitation numbers.

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Steamboat real estate listings offered in 3D

Sotheby's launches 3D virtual tours of properties

Upon stepping inside a home on Winchester Court west of Steamboat, visitors can quickly sense the ample space in the home’s great room, which includes an open kitchen, living area and dining room just off the house’s main entryway.

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Economist, executive hopeful others will fill Sports Authority void

A local economist and a ski shop executive are hopeful retailers will be able to fill the void left when Sports Authority closes its doors in Steamboat Springs.

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Sports Authority to close Steamboat store

Future unclear for building in Wildhorse Marketplace

Bankruptcy court documents show Sports Authority will be closing all its stores, including its location in Steamboat Springs at Wildhorse Marketplace.

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Jim Clark: Facing the construction challenge

With major construction projects going on between Yampa Street and at Central Park, things will be a bit challenging for locals and visitors alike. Add the joy of the Colorado Highway 9 roadwork, and a drive to and from the Front Range this year may test the patience of everyone.

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Main Street working on plan to bring more pedicabs downtown

Visitors who have a hard time finding a close place to park in downtown Steamboat Springs this summer could have a new, fun way to zip to and from a satellite lot or catch a ride for 10 blocks.

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Friendly ambassadors will share parking secrets, dining picks with downtown visitors this summer

Main Street seeks ambassadors to assist Steamboat visitors

Main Street Steamboat Springs is seeking volunteers for a new downtown ambassador program that will place walking, talking information booths in the city's commercial center.

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Liquor store owners react to booze bill

Some Steamboat Springs liquor store owners are supportive of a bill that would slowly phase in full-strength alcohol sales at grocery stores, but one Craig business owner thinks it's a raw deal.

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Local attorney helps craft grocery store alcohol bill

A Steamboat Springs attorney is helping shape a game-changing liquor bill being considered by legislators in Denver that would allow full strength beer, wine and liquor sales in grocery stores.