Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Monday, Jan. 27
January 27, 2014
Good morning Steamboat Today readers.
• For Brian Hoza, dean of student affairs for CMC’s Alpine Campus, the legalization of marijuana for adults is the latest societal shift he has seen in his education career that spans more than 30 years. Colorado Mountain College’s Alpine Campus adapting to new marijuana rules
• More than halfway through her first term as representative in the Colorado Legislature, one thing was clear Sunday when Rep. Diane Mitsch Bush met with the public Sunday: She’s happy with her job. State Rep. Diane Mitsch Bush has high hopes in new session
• Steamboat Adaptive Recreational Sports hosted the second annual STARS & Stripes Heroes Camp at Steamboat Ski Area during the weekend for former military personnel, young and old. 2nd annual STARS & Stripes Heroes Camp a chance for veterans to bond, recreate
• On Friday, Serina Kidd made it difficult. On Sunday, she made it easy. The results were same, though. The Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club skier dominated this weekend in a Colorado Ski Cup event in Steamboat, especially in the two slalom races at Howelsen Hill. Serina Kidd leads Steamboat skiers in strong weekend of racing
• It was a flat game, but Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball coach Luke DeWolfe said his team's 55-43 defeat Saturday in Glenwood Springs is nothing more. 2nd-half slump sinks Sailor boys basketball Saturday