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Steamboat briefs: Moonshine Ski & Dine fundraiser set for Friday

The ninth annual Moonshine Ski & Dine fundraiser benefitting Rocky Mountain Youth Corps programs will be held from 5:30 to 9 p.m. Friday at Catamount Lake House, 30065 Waters Edge Trail.

Catamount Marathon and Nordic Race results for Feb. 22

10K Female, 10K Male, 20K Female, 20K Male, 2K, 5K Female, 5K Male

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DA: Suspect "at large" in case involving missing Stagecoach man

Authorities on Wednesday were still saying very little about the investigation into the disappearance of 46-year-old Stagecoach resident Edward Zimmerman.

Steamboat Springs Education Fund Board expects $530,000 more for 2015-16

The Steamboat Springs Education Fund Board expects to have about $3.89 million in its budget for the 2015-16 school year, about $530,000 more than last year.

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Soroco girls hoping frenetic pace helps them slide into regional finals

The Soroco boys and girls basketball teams are prepping for the regional tournament in Grand Junction, where two wins equals a berth in the 2A state championship bracket.

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Racers scream down Steamboat Ski Area

Colby Lange and Nellie Rose Talbot emerged as the fastest racers in Wednesday’s super-G event, the second race of the U16 Rocky/Central Alpine Skiing Championships in Steamboat Springs.

Zetzman wins at Big Mountain event

Bryce Zetzman led the way for one of the newest teams in the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club, winning the 12-14 boys division of the International Freeskiers and Snowboards Association Big Mountain event in Winter Park last weekend.

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Slopestylers shine at Vail event

A pack of a dozen Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club freestyle skiers closed out the United States of America Snowboard Association season in style, showing well at a slopestyle event in Vail last weekend.

Gold hoping to spin his way to U.S. Open repeat

Taylor Gold doesn't need a new trick to shine in the snowboarding world, he's hoping to land one, anyway.

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City plans more pedestrian-safety improvements on 13th Street

After years of complaints about the safety of 13th Street, which is used by many bikers and Fairview residents, there are now plans to install new digital speed limit signs this spring that will aim to slow down vehicular traffic.

Hayden officials to continue discussion about residency requirements

The Hayden Town Council on Thursday is expected to continue its discussion of policies affecting town employees.

The Record for Tuesday, March 3, 2015

10:22 p.m. Officers were called to a report of a noise complaint in the 600 block of Mountain Village Circle. A resident said it sounded like an upstairs neighbor was dropping bowling balls on the floor and slamming a door.

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Off the Beaten Path bookstore to host new six-week series

Off the Beaten Path will feature a six-week series of themed happy hours that offer a variety of entertainment including a poetry slam and open mic night.

Crimes of the Week: Suspects sought in pair of bus-related incidents

On Saturday, Feb. 21 at approximately 11:30 p.m. an unidentified male subject brandished a knife toward a passenger on the Steamboat Springs Transit bus at the Village Drive and Walton Creek Road bus stop.

After losing a landmark, town of Yampa invited to look to the future

When the Royal Hotel burned in January, the town of Yampa also lost a watering hole that offered much more than cold beer.

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