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Soroco, Rangely prepare to face for the second time in two weeks

Soroco, Rangely to face off for the 2nd time in as many weeks

The Soroco Rams will take the field for homecoming Friday facing a familiar foe in Rangely — a team the Rams defeated only two weeks ago.

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Spoke Talk: Take a kid mountain biking

On Oct. 1, the International Mountain Bicycling Association encourages communities throughout the U.S. and around the world to unite and ride mountain bikes with kids through its Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day.

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Aubyn Royall: Vote against Amendment 71

"Amendment 71 would take away your voting rights by making it more difficult for citizens to participate in the ballot initiative process." — Aubyn Royall  

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Paul Bonnifield: Public lands issue vitally important

"Voters must know the candidates' positions on the future of national forests, BLM and national parks." — Paul Bonnifield

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Mayling Simpson: Financial devastation with ColoradoCare?

"I don’t see the predicted financial devastation in Routt County. I see workers with expensive health insurance who will benefit tremendously from ColoradoCare." — Mayling Simpson

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Steamboat briefs: Emerald Mountain reopened for recreational use

The helicopter logging that took place Monday, Sept. 26 to extract logged trees from the Morning Gloria trail corridor is now complete, and Emerald Mountain has reopened for recreational use.

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Sailors end two-game slide with big win against Glenwood at home

The Steamboat Springs High School soccer team rebounded in a big way Tuesday by blowing out the visiting Glenwood Springs Demons 7-0.

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Rain, snow help calm fires

Moisture over the weekend has helped calm the Silver Creek Fire burning in the Sarvis Creek Wilderness area east of Stagecoach.

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State Sen. Baumgardner: Steamboat would feel the economic effects of reduced power plants

'Loss of power plants would be felt in Steamboat'

State Sen. Randy Baumgardner cautions that if regulatory constraints on coal-fired power plants in Northwest Colorado lead to further curtailed production, or cause them to close, Steamboat Springs will feel the impact.

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Nerves take toll on Sailors at state tournament but Rotermund says he will never forget hole-in-one

Steamboat Springs golfers walk away from state golf tournament with lasting memories and valuable experience.

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US appeals court hears arguments in Clean Power Plan case

Lawyers for a coalition of states and businesses reliant on fossil fuels made their case Tuesday to a federal appeals court that President Barack Obama's plan to curtail climate-warming greenhouse gases is an unlawful power grab.

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School district revisits strategic plan

Steamboat Springs School District administrators Monday emphasized the district’s need for a communications liaison.

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Woman suspected of burglary, drug possession

A 26-year-old Steamboat Springs woman faces felony charges related to burglary and drugs after an incident Saturday.

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Our view: Initiative could save a life

"This deadly scourge (of opioid addiction) threatens every county in Colorado, and initiatives like the one introduced by (Attorney General Cynthia) Coffman are worth supporting." — Editorial Board

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The Record for Monday, Sept. 26, 2016

10:23 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a stolen car in the 800 block of Weiss Circle. The car had been towed.

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