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Historic Columbine Cabins in North Routt sell for $850,000

The historic 1800s gold-mining camp turned rustic lodging known as Columbine Cabins sold last week for $850,000 to a couple that plans to continue running the business as it is today.

New Belgium Brewery visits Craig to listen to business owners

Six New Belgium Brewery representatives visited Craig this week after several local business owners pulled the company’s beer for supporting WildEarth Guardians, the environmental group that litigated against Colowyo Coal Mine and Trapper Mining, Inc.

Popovich chosen to replace Barnett at MainStreet Steamboat helm

New MainStreet Steamboat manager Lisa Popovich has worked in regional management for national retailers, Nautica, rue21 and Petco, but she says she learned essential business skills in Steamboat Springs in the early 1990s.

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Infrastructure impacts of new Steamboat Springs school considered

Steamboat Springs’ city staff and some council members expressed support last week for a school site within proximity to the center of town, if the Steamboat Springs School District chooses to build a new high school to address increasing enrollment.

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School Board will consider district's interest in 70-acre Yampa Valley Electric property

The Steamboat Springs School Board has called a special meeting at noon Wednesday to consider allowing the district to begin negotiating the purchase of a 70-acre Yampa Valley Electric Association property.

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Ski Corp.'s Jim Snyder tapped to oversee Intrawest food and beverage

Perhaps Winter Park could learn something from the Four Points Lodge’s Bloody Mary enjoyed by skiers atop the Steamboat Ski Area.

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As more tubers are shuttled to Yampa River, some parks and rec commissioners eye new regulations

Craig Robinson, the city's parks, open space and trails manager, told the commission on Wednesday night that some property management companies are shuttling tubers to the river in places where the city discourages tubing, such as Rotary Park.

Real estate transactions for May 21 through 28

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Routt County set to evaluate Steamboat Ski Area master plan

The Steamboat Ski Area's master plan includes a ski-way in the form of a snow-covered bridge, 325 feet long and 85 feet above Burgess Creek, that would make it easier for skiers to leave the ski trails on Pioneer Ridge.

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Ciao Gelato opening in new Lincoln Avenue location on Friday

A quick glance at Ciao Gelato's Facebook page this week reveals just how excited Steamboat Springs residents and visitors are to see the local eatery and hangout back in business.

Real estate transactions for May 15 to 21, 2015

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Steamboat Springs Board of Realtors selects local broker as new CEO

A local broker and longtime Steamboat resident is replacing outgoing Steamboat Springs Board of Realtors leader Jody Codie, who retires at the end of this month after more than 16 years with the organization.

Business briefs: CGR broker Jon Wade endorsed by prominent New York mogul

Colorado Group Realty broker Jon Wade has been endorsed by New York real estate magnate Barbara Cocoran, the resident real estate mogul on NBC’s Shark Tank.

Jim Clark: Three months and counting

Coming of USA Pro Challenge puts timely focus on local bicycling.

Business briefs: Colorado Group Realty receives marketing award

Colorado Group Realty received a prestigious marketing award from Leading Real Estate Companies of the World, or LeadingRE, an international network of more than 500 top real estate firms.