Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Thursday, July 25 |

Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Thursday, July 25

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• After spending a year deployed in Iraq in the Army, Elder Pyatt had to adjust to civilian life when he finished his service in 2008. Routt National Forest work helps veterans transition to civilian life

• The roughly 48-mile drive up and down Trail Ridge Road through Rocky Mountain National Park is breathtaking on any summer day. Trail Ridge Road a thrilling drive to the top of Colorado

• Pull up Robert O’Harrow’s staff Web page at The Washington Post and you’ll quickly realize he’s on top of one of the hottest stories in the country right now. Many of his recent stories bring readers behind the scenes at the National Security Agency and explore the fallout from the revelation that the agency has been collecting a vast number of phone records. Washington Post reporter to talk about cybersecurity at Seminars at Steamboat on Thursday

• Streamflows have returned to normal levels on Fish Creek through Steamboat Springs with the release of additional water from Fish Creek Reservoir. Fish Creek flows return to normal levels in Steamboat Springs

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• An ordinance to prohibit stores that grow, sell or test marijuana from setting up shop within Craig city limits was introduced Tuesday night to the Craig City Council. Craig City Council introduces ordinance to prohibit retail marijuana establishments

• Seven Steamboat Springs swimmers will head to Grand Junction this week with their sights set on titles at the Colorado Long Course State Championships. Steamboat Springs swimmers to travel to Colorado Long Course State Championships

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