Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Monday, Oct. 22
October 22, 2012
Good morning Steamboat Today readers.
Steamboat Springs’ recent warm and dry streak is forecast to end Tuesday with the arrival of colder and wetter weather.
The Steamboat Springs School Board on Monday afternoon will meet at Soda Creek Elementary School to review a Unified Improvement Plan for the district’s two elementary schools.
Yampa Street revitalization stakeholders still must figure out how to get what eluded the stakeholders before them: the money to pay for it all.
The Soroco High School football team wrapped up its season Friday with a 60-28 loss to West Grand.
The Hayden volleyball team bounced back from a deep hole to win a thrill match against Vail Christian on Saturday.
The Steamboat Springs High School soccer team was left out of the Class 4A playoff bracket.
Over the weekend
Delaying the relocation of Steamboat’s police and fire stations could squander good options, according to city officials.
After the release of a U.S. Anti-Doping Agency report about Lance Armstrong, Steamboat Springs cyclists have mixed feelings about the Livestrong foundation and the future of professional cycling.
Work is under way on $1.45 million SmartWool remodel. SmartWool President Mark Satkiewicz envisions employees will use the large grassy area for activities that represent SmartWool's brand and company culture.