Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Monday, Sept. 17 |

Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Monday, Sept. 17

Weather: Steamboat might see some isolated showers Monday, and the high is forecast to be 71 degrees.

Local news

• The longtime Colorado writer and editor of the iconic Mountain Gazette M. John Fayhee will be in town Thursday for a free book talk. Mountain Gazette editor travels to Steamboat on book tour

• Armed with binoculars and scopes mounted on tripods, 13 birders unloaded from shuttles and cars onto the gravel road west of Steamboat Springs. Sandhill Cranes delight birdwatchers in Steamboat Springs on 1st day of festival

• “What a year for the gardens with no rain early in the season when we needed it, and more than we have needed late in the season.” Deb Babcock: Extending your garden season

Monday Medical: Wellness Conference features dynamic speakers

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Local sports

• Joy Rasmussen said experience paid off earlier this month when she traveled to Las Vegas for the 70.3 Ironman World Championships. Rasmussen finishes high at 70.3 Ironman World Championship

• The Steamboat Springs High School tennis squad capped its weekend with a win Saturday, defeating Evergreen 5-2 in a dual in Steamboat. Steamboat tennis picks up win

• Steamboat Springs High School cross-country coach Greg Long said the team is on the season pace he expected. Steamboat cross-country making progress

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