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Steamboat briefs: Hospice daffodils can be ordered online

Northwest Colorado Health’s annual Hospice Daffodils fundraiser will be March 14. Daffodils can be ordered online at northwestcoloradohealth.org/daffodils. Delivery is available for orders of 10 bunches or more; deliveries will occur March 13 and 14. Daffodil orders also can be picked up at Northwest Colorado Health, 940 Central Park Drive, Suite 101. Daffodils are $5 for per bunch, $24 for five bunches and $46 for 10 bunches. Proceeds help ensure Northwest Colorado Health can continue caring for and supporting patients nearing end of life in the Yampa Valley. Call Kyleigh Lawler at 970-871-7609 for more information.

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Steamboat Springs City Council not ready to endorse latest water proposal for housing development

The Steamboat Springs City Council thinks a developer’s latest water proposal for new neighborhoods on the west side of town still is too risky for the community and its taxpayers. But the council is resolved to trying to keep the housing proposal afloat in the coming weeks through some negotiations.

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Dangerous slacklining: The Record for Monday, Feb. 13, 2017

3:14 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a person who assaulted staff at Yampa Valley Medical Center.

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Royal Hotel owner might deed asbestos site to Routt County to land cleanup grant

“You’ll have the opportunity to tell that to the judge when we move forward,” with legal action. "It’s not our intention to take your property," Commissioner Doug Monger said to Reno Ager, owner of the asbestos site.

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Heidi Chapman-Hoy next Steamboat Springs Middle School principal

Heidi Chapman-Hoy has worked at the school for more than 16 years, first as a teacher and for the last 3 1/2 years as assistant principal.

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Happy ending for prepared Wyoming snowmobiler in Moffat County

What could have been a life-threatening crisis turned out to be simply an unexpected overnight camping trip for 61-year-old snowmobiler Chris Zigler.

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1 man dead, 1 man survives avalanche in Flat Tops Wilderness

Rescuers are responding to a reported avalanche near Sheriff’s Reservoir in the Flat Tops Wilderness Area.

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Steamboat briefs: 104th Winter Carnival Street Event winners announced

The Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club has announced Street Events winners for the 104th Winter Carnival.

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Steamboat Springs graduate completes Patagonia expedition

While other college students were spending their fall term listening to lectures and cramming for tests, Jackson Perry was earning his credits in the remote wilderness of Patagonia.

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Routt tabs FEMA veteran to lead county's emergency operations

Routt County Manager Tom Sullivan: Choice of new emergency operations manager a good fit for first responders' desire for more layers of disaster training.

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Police encounter 'combative female' at dance bar: The Record for Sunday, Feb. 12, 2017

1 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a suspicious person walking on Blue Sage Circle. The person walked into a stranger’s driveway, and the homeowner was concerned. Police could not find the person.

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Residents vie for chance to move into Steamboat's new affordable housing

Retired teacher Kathleen OKeefe said she’s lived with friends and family during her 10 years in Steamboat but was hopeful an apartment at The Reserves could finally be a place of her own.

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Free library yoga practice focuses on Tias Little

Bud Werner Memorial Library presents a free yoga session for February's community yoga practice focusing on Tias Little's "River Flow: Opening the Currents of a Yoga Practice" DVD at 10 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 19, in Library Hall.

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Library Author Series features Laura Pritchett

Bud Werner Memorial Library presents an evening with author Laura Pritchett, one of the West’s defining literary voices, who will in the launch of her new novel, “The Blue Hour,” at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 20, in Library Hall.