Steamboat Springs morning roundup for New Year’s Eve |

Steamboat Springs morning roundup for New Year’s Eve

Good morning Steamboat Today readers.

• Steamboat Springs' newest and most heralded steakhouse had a soft opening Sunday night at its heavily renovated Yampa Street location. E3 Chophouse opens in downtown Steamboat Springs

• “Duck Dynasty” star Willie Robertson will talk about his outspoken father as he helps Fox News Channel ring in the new year. ‘Duck Dynasty’ couple to appear live from Steamboat on Fox News

• Three men from Fort Collins and Longmont spent a long night in the backcountry of North Routt County after their snowmobiles bogged down repeatedly in deep snow on Sunday as the men attempted to return home over Farwell Mountain from Diamond Park. Stuck snowmobilers built a fire to weather a night in Diamond Park north of Steamboat Springs

• For several years, cities around the state including Steamboat have used tax increment financing to inject millions of dollars worth of property and sales tax gains from "blighted" areas into redevelopment projects. Upcoming legislative session could complicate Steamboat’s plans to fund downtown revitalization

• The South Routt Medical Center board had its work cut out for it after an advisory committee presented its report to the board at a Dec. 13 meeting. South Routt Medical Center continues work in wake of advisory committee report

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• Jae Seifert, a former employee, has resurrected The Mac Ranch name as his own business with the blessing of David Sessions, former owner of the Steamboat location who still owns the Durango store. The Mac Ranch name is resurrected in downtown Steamboat

• Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club Nordic skiers competed over the weekend for World Junior and Junior National slots alongside the Olympic Trials in Park City, Utah. SSWSC Nordic team shows up on big-time stage in Park City

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The Record for Sunday, Dec. 29, 2013

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