Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Friday, Jan. 3 |

Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Friday, Jan. 3

Good morning Steamboat Today readers.

The Sheraton Steamboat is booked solid Saturday night and the Steamboat Springs Chamber expects 15,600 guest to spend the night with more snow on the way. Late holiday skiers flooding into Steamboat Springs with more snow on the way

North Routt County resident Erick Knaus says their close-knit community has been in absolute grief since learning 9-year-old Ben Zamzow died in a snowmobile accident Wednesday. North Routt community mourns loss of Ben Zamzow

Starting Katina's Wee Care Center out of her home in downtown Steamboat allows Katina Kline to resume caring for young children as well as remain a home health care provider. Katina’s Wee Care Center day care to cater to young children

For those in Northwest Colorado planning to take advantage of retail marijuana sales, make sure to stay south of the Wyoming border. Wyoming State Patrol warns marijuana possession still illegal north of the border

Figure skating at Howelsen Ice Arena is under new direction, and the next session for interested skaters starts Sunday. New Howelsen figure skating coach brings years of experience

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Explore Steamboat

At first blush, it may be hard to believe that cobalt blue horses, black and white photos of old ranches and intricately woven pieces of art all could look good together in the same room. 4 local artists happily displaying new works in fiber, clay, ink and paper

Leaner, Lunker and Betsy, a mainstay in Steamboat during the early 1970s, plays a reunion show Sunday at the Chief Theater. Steamboat’s Leaner, Lunker and Betsy to play reunion show Sunday

When you're traveling down the highway in an RV and you inevitably crash — because, you know, you thought "cruise control" meant an automobile steered itself safely through traffic — and in the ensuing slow-motion havoc of ricocheting bowling balls, angry scorpions and scalding hot oil flying about as the sounds of "Muskrat Love" are heard, it probably will occur to you that you've seen this before. After all, we've all had that happen, right? The makers of "Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues" had to get it somewhere. The Bock's Office: 'Anchorman 2' is old news but still amusing

First Friday Artwalk listings for Jan. 3, 2014

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