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Steamboat Springs local's passion leads to new clothing business

Steamboat Springs local Melissa Dow recently started One Leaf, a company that specializes in handmade women's clothing for layering, with the idea that women sometimes want a little extra coverage.

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New parking enforcement technology tested in Steamboat's downtown business district

"It was actually very encouraging," Public Works Director Chuck Anderson told the Steamboat Springs City Council about his test drive with license plate reading technology that would aim to improve parking enforcement downtown and turn over more spaces for people who want to shop and eat there.

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The Victorian bed and breakfast boasts rich history

The large Victorian house has a rich, storied history that dates back to 1880, when a judge in Kansas built the roughly 4,000 square-foot structure.

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Butcherknife Brewing Co. expanding to more taps in Routt County and beyond

From the base of Hahn's Peak to the bars in the neighborhood of Coors Field in Denver, more and more people in Colorado are now able to grab a cold pint of Butcherknife beer and learn about an up and coming brewery in Steamboat Springs.

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Rocky Mountain Day Spa finishing up expansion project

Spa owners John and Seana Cardillo say the project will bring more retail offerings to the space and benefit spa guests including couples and members of bridal parties.

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35th annual Yule Log Hunt begins Monday

Steamboat’s annual community scavenger hunt begins Monday, with participants searching for the 25-pound Yule Log, carefully hidden somewhere inside city limits.

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Era of the Super Pass: Vail's 'transformative' purchase of Park City issues a challenge for destination ski resorts like Steamboat

Competition among destination ski resorts in North America may never be the same, now that Vail Resorts CEO Rob Katz has successfully executed a plan to acquire Park City Mountain Resort.

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Era of the Super Pass: Steamboat Ski Area invites guests to invent their own 'framily'

A Steamboat Passport group could include the members of someone’s college rock band, their softball team, church group or former colleagues. And Passport holders may use their days singly, for long weekends or long vacations.

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Era of the Super Pass: Ski resorts forced to adapt and change with demographic cycles

The world is turning 30 and 60 at the same time, and neither one bodes well for the destination ski resort industry, says veteran ski industry executive and educator Tim Cohee.

Era of the Super Pass: Can ski areas succeed with symbiotic relationships?

Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp. Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing Rob Perlman said his ski area has modest expectations regarding Steamboat’s ability to attract skiers from Toronto and Quebec via the Intrawest Passport, but it’s definitely a goal.

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Wild Plum brings new food, wine and energy to base area

Wild Plum is the revamp of The Market on the Mountain, which closed in the spring after operating across the street in the Village Shopping Center for nearly 40 years.

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New Mexican restaurant coming to Hayden

Hayden residents and visitors will soon have convenient access to Margarita Gomez’s authentic Mexican food.

Founders of new food delivery business in Steamboat Springs were involved in travel company scam

Investigators with the Colorado Attorney General's office were very intrigued this week when they learned about Andy and Bethany Wunder's new restaurant and alcohol delivery business in Steamboat Springs.

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Black Friday, Small Business Saturday bring sales to Steamboat businesses

While national Black Friday sales fell significantly from 2013, local business owners say they had a busy, strong holiday weekend.

Routt County sees strong real estate market report

Strong fall market numbers are leaving real estate professionals optimist about the region’s economic recovery.

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