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Montessori charter school releases enrollment numbers

Mountain Village Montessori Charter School has accepted 127 applications for students who plan to enroll this fall when the school opens.

Street Events, parade wrap up 2016 Winter Carnival

Chris Kubat-Reilly’s hand shot into the air Sunday when an announcer on Lincoln Avenue asked who in the crowd was enjoying their first Winter Carnival.

Routt County CSU Extension: Dark chocolate — healthy pleasure for Valentine's Day

Chocolate as a health food may seem like wishful thinking, especially around Valentine’s Day, when chocolate is everywhere. Believe it or not, some research supports the idea that chocolate provides health benefits.

Monday Medical: Heart disease — the question of risk

We all know it’s important to take care of our heart. Cardiovascular disease is, after all, the leading cause of death globally. What’s more challenging is to figure out an individual’s risk of having cardiovascular disease.

Healthy eating: Dark chocolate chunk oatmeal cookie bars

Craving something sweet? This cookie bar will provide fiber and nutrients by using whole grains and applesauce while satisfying your sweet tooth.

Thoughtful Parenting: Understanding adoption

Not every family grows in the same way. While many parents experience the birth of their biological children, other parents experience the journey of adopting children who are forever theirs.

Routt County Board of Commissioners meeting agendas for Feb. 8 and 9

Meeting agendas of the Routt County commissioners.

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New Casey's Pond executive director looks to future

New Casey’s Pond Distinctive Senior Living Executive Director Brad Boatright is ready to hit the ground running with new ideas and a fresh perspective for running the senior community.

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Injury derails Taylor Gold’s season

The frustrating thing for Taylor Gold is that he wasn’t even doing anything particularly dangerous.

Our View: Pulled over for reckless thinking

We were dismayed to see how easily city and county governments are letting go of the community goal of building a combined police and sheriff’s facility on the west side of Steamboat Springs. It would be a facility that could realize operational efficiencies for the taxpayers and also pay dividends in the form of building cohesiveness between the two largest law enforcement agencies in the county. It’s also a strategy that was the first choice of a citizens committee tasked with leading the former city council out of the wilderness.

Real estate transactions for Jan. 28 to Feb. 4, 2016

For Jan. 28 to Feb. 4, 2016

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Board Games: Reinvigorated and tired of "good," Arielle Gold is intent on being great

The night Steamboat Springs snowboarder Arielle Gold won her first X Games medal is one she'll never forget. After several years of lackluster riding, she came into 2016 intent on getting back to that level.

2016 Soda Pop Slalom results

Soda Pop Slalom results

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Sailor girls get offensive in win over Panthers

Offensively speaking, this season has been a mighty struggle for the Steamboat Springs High School girls’ basketball team. But against visiting Delta on Saturday, the Sailors showed more patience than usual, and it paid off in a big way.

Hayden girls lapse at West Grand

It wasn’t that it was bad, Hayden High School girls basketball coach Michelle Wilkie said Saturday. It was just that, in a road game at West Grand, her team didn’t play as well as it had the night prior.

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