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Steamboat briefs: Eve Phillips named Hayden Library’s Reader of the Week

Hayden Public Library’s Reader of the Week is 2-year-old Eve Phillips, who is one of the youngest honorees in the history of the program. She is a Craig resident, along with her parents, Courtney Archuleta and Seth Phillips. She has an 11-year-old brother, Tyler, a boxer mix dog named Zeus and a bunny named Storm.

The Record for Wednesday, July 29, 2015

1:09 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a bear in the 800 block of Yampa Street. It was scared away with beanbag rounds.

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High-speed chase ends at equestrian ranch

A high-speed pursuit Thursday ended with the arrest of a Fort Collins man, as well as some broken fences at a local equestrian ranch.

Water restrictions enacted in Oak Creek

Starting at noon Thursday, the town of Oak Creek put water restrictions in place.

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Iconic Steamboat business embarks on Iconic ride

For nearly a decade, a group of cyclists have gathered at Smartwool headquarters in Steamboat Springs to begin a journey they call the “Ride to O.R.” This year’s trek starts Friday, and I will have the honor of traveling alongside these riders who are banded together by their love for adventure.

Closed convenience store, gas station destined to return to 'natural condition'

Water district manager says $750,000 price of Shop & Hop site is justified by the goal of protecting community water supply in alluvial well field along the Yampa River.

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Steamboat Lake to host annual sailing regatta this weekend

Sure, it’s competitive and racers want to win. But this weekend’s 14th annual Steamboat Scowboys Regatta at Steamboat Lake is mostly about having fun.

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Steamboat Springs High School Class of '95 looks back two decades

Steamboat Springs High School Class of 1995 reunites and rallies around former classmate David Virgili.

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4 wildland fires ignite around Moffat County Thursday afternoon

Officials responded to four wild land fires in Moffat County Thursday.

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Affordable housing project in west Steamboat clears another big hurdle

The Housing Authority and development partner Overland Property Group recently learned their 48-unit affordable housing project in west Steamboat will be backed by nearly $11 million in low income housing tax credits from the Colorado Housing Finance Authority.

Dog's Eye View: I'm melting! I'm melting!

Hot cars or trucks can create a coffin for dogs left inside. We hear about these devastating cases throughout the year, but for some of us, leaving our dog at home is either not an option or we are taking a road trip for adventures with our canine buddy.

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Major local road construction project delayed until next year

After receiving a single construction bid that was about 25 percent over the anticipated cost of the project, the city of Steamboat Springs has decided to hold off on the reconstruction of Central Park Drive until next year.

Steamboat briefs: USA Pro Challenge sets up community impact meeting

The USA Pro Challenge will return to Steamboat Springs in mid-August, and the local organizing committee has scheduled a community impact meeting at 5 p.m. Monday at Centennial Hall.

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Veterans Charity Ride coming through Northwest Colorado Friday

Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4265 invites the community to join them as they welcome a unique group coming through Craig this week. Roaring into town at about 3:30 p.m. Friday will be the Veterans Charity Ride to Sturgis, a cross-country motorcycle journey for men and women who have served their nation in the Armed Forces, an effort which raises awareness about vets who have been injured in the line of duty.

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Report details city manager's response to complaints about police department

As she listened to the city's only female police officer describe a lack of transparency, possible gender discrimination and overly-aggressive police officers at the Steamboat Springs Police Department, City Manager Deb Hinsvark sounded conflicted.

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