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Steamboat briefs: Sequoyah Club nonprofits host open house at art walk

Stop by the Sequoyah Club Building, 141 Ninth St., during today’s First Friday Art Walk to learn more about the work of five local nonprofits creating a more sustainable and resilient community.

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Steamboat briefs: Day of Caring deadline set for Friday

Routt County United Way is hosting its 19th annual Day of Caring on May 18 and seeks project requests and volunteer sign-ups through Friday.

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Planning Commissioners favor adaptive recreation headquarters within urban growth boundary

STARS Executive Director Julie Taulman urged planning commission to contemplate what else might be built on the site — just north of the city of Steamboat’s Legacy Ranch — if her organization were to be turned down.

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City manager finalists meet the public on eve of important interviews

Residents invited to sit in on candidate interviews

A forum Thursday at the Steamboat Springs Community Center gave residents their first opportunity to meet the four city manager finalists and gain a sense for how they might fit in here.

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Fourth annual Steamboat Springs Student Film Festival kicks off Friday

This year marks the Fourth annual Steamboat Springs Student Film Festival, which will be hald at Bud Werner Memorial Library and Colorado Mountain College and feature submissions from high school students across the nation.

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Fire burns 5 acres before crews get control

A controlled burn, which got out of control, burned five acres near Thorpe Mountain before fire crews gained control.

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The Record for Wednesday, May 4, 2016

1:25 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a bear getting into a dumpster behind a Mexican restaurant in the 700 block of Lincoln Avenue. The business was ticketed.

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Former city manager agrees to home loan repayment schedule

On Monday, former City Manager Alan Lanning finalized the short sale of his home in the Silver Spur neighborhood and paid the city $73,693. He will repay the rest in monthly installments of $600 for up to 99 months.

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Intrawest CEO says real estate market is 'primed,' ready for development

During an earnings report Thursday, executives with Intrawest, the parent company of Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp., said the real estate market was ripe for development at its resorts.

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Dog's Eye View: Consistency, clarity count

I had asked some visiting nieces to tell me about their dog, Buddy. They all agreed they loved him very much but that he was stubborn and not too smart.

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Outdoor photographer to give CMC commencement speech

College will award 122 degrees in Saturday ceremony

Avid outdoor photographer Sean Kerrick Sullivan remembers fondly the time he spent in Steamboat Springs more than a decade ago earning his associate’s degree from Colorado Mountain College.

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Steamboat briefs: Group slated to present entrepreneur seminar Thursday

The Colorado Mountain College Yampa Valley Entrepreneurship Center, the Steamboat Springs Economic Development Council and SCORE will host a Success Steps Seminar titled “Business Loans for Small Business: Preparation, Application and Process” from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday at Colorado Mountain College in Room 216 of the Academic Center.

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Education Fund Board approves $3M budget, considers funding kindergarten tuition

The Steamboat Springs Education Fund Board Wednesday gave final approval to $3 million in grant requests for the 2016-17 school year, including nearly $2.4 million in requests from the Steamboat Springs School District.

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Running Series makes 2016 debut with Saturday's Cog Run

Nothing says summer is here — or on the doorstep, at least — like the return of the Steamboat Springs Running Series, which gets underway at 10 a.m. Saturday with the Hayden Cog Run.

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Steamboat Chamber Singers slate concerts

Concert performances of “Ireland’s Call,” sung by the Steamboat Chamber Singers, will be held at 7 p.m. May 20 and 21 at St Paul’s Episcopal Church, Ninth and Oak streets.