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Moose get the boot, moved to Craig

Three moose were napping on the Steamboat Grand’s front yard Thursday, while another set was exploring their new home north of Craig.

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Weather may be frigid, but music will be sizzling

“It’s actually just really distracting, trying to keep yourself moving and hands warm. Your ability to get from one place to another on the fretboard is limited.” - Steamboat guitarist Tyler Peyman

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Ski pass no-no: The Record for Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017

9:10 a.m. North Routt Fire Protection District firefighters were called to help a dog that fell through ice at a pond in the 60100 block of Antelope Way. The dog got out on its own before firefighters arrived.

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New immigration policies frighten Steamboat's undocumented residents

Undocumented immigrants living in Steamboat Springs have become stricken with fear over the last week following the announcement of changes to federal deportation policies.

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Steamboat Springs Parks and Recreation commission endorses e-bike proposal

The commission voted Wednesday to recommend that the city start a yearlong pilot program allowing two types of e-bikes on the Yampa River Core Trail.

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Dog's Eye View: The best is yet to come

Sandra Kruczek and I will finish this semester’s Head Start Puppy Class this week. I can’t think of too many things that make me happier than spending six weeks watching these amazing puppies grow, both physically and “intellectually.” I use that word light-heartedly. They are puppies, after all.

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Steamboat WonderGuide: No car, no problem

A guide to navigating WinterWonderGrass music festival

If you’ll be driving to and from the festival, carpool. But there are also plenty of simple, affordable transportation options to get around Steamboat Springs that don’t involve a vehicle.

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Steamboat briefs: STARS nonprofit plans for annual Mountain Challenge

Tickets and team slots are still available for the fourth annual STARS Mountain Challenge on March 3 and 4.

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Steamboat Springs City Council considers lifting moratorium on public art

If the Steamboat Springs City Council’s recent discussion about revising a public art policy was a painting, it would have been a very splattered Jackson Pollock, not a neat, easy to understand Winslow Homer.

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Town of Vail narrowly approves Marriott Residence Inn along with 96 deed-restricted apartments.

Vail approves unlikely hotel/workforce apartment project

Vail developer wins narrow approval to develop deed-restricted apartments along with Marriott Residence Inn, no strings attached.

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Complaint prompts investigation of District Attorney's Office

A former Steamboat Springs police officer has accused a Routt County District Attorney’s Office investigator of felony perjury, and the Colorado Bureau of Investigation is investigating.

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Moose wait for the bus: The Record for Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017

10:21 a.m. Officers were called to answer questions from a person about something that happened at a bar weeks ago.

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Steamboat briefs: Financial workshop set for 4 p.m. March 1

Routt to Work is offering a free and confidential “Ask a Financial Professional” clinic from 4 to 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 1, at Routt County United Way, 443 Oak St. in Steamboat Springs.

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Housing authority seeks technical help from county on funding issue

“What we know is that to meet the housing goals set by committee, we need to adapt a new paradigm or lose our middle class in the Yampa Valley,” Yampa Valley Housing Authority Board President Roger Ashton said.

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Snow, cold making a return to Steamboat

Some much needed snow was headed toward the Steamboat Springs area Tuesday.

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