Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Thursday, July 11 |

Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Thursday, July 11

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• Come Aug. 6, Walter Magill, Kenny Reisman and Kevin Kaminski said they will start circulating petitions for their current seats along with any other residents who want a chance to serve the city. 3 Steamboat Springs City Council members to seek re-election in November

• Fourteenth Judicial District Chief Judge Michael O'Hara plans to drive to a Denver hospital Friday to advise Lisa Lesyshen of the charges against her, which include first-degree murder related to the shooting of her 9-year-old son. Judge to drive to Denver to advise Lesyshen of charges in murder case

• Hayden Police Chief Gordon Booco was fired Monday for reasons that have not been made public. Hayden police chief fired by town manager

• A man has pleaded guilty to second-degree assault related to the May beating of another man in the City Market parking lot and has been sentenced to three years in prison. Court roundup: Man gets 3-year sentence for parking lot assault in Steamboat Springs

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