Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Thursday, Oct. 25
October 25, 2012
Good morning Steamboat Today readers.
Snowmaking at Steamboat Ski Area could begin in the early hours of Friday morning as temperatures plummet into the teens.
Friends of the Chief is working on a temporary setup for the Chief Plaza Theater and searching for a facilities manager.
A Steamboat group says Livestrong is as strong as ever.
Steamboat’s Kyrill Kretzschmar and his 2000 DU skiing teammates will enter the school’s Hall of Fame on Thursday.
Hunters are seeing success. Colorado Division of Parks and Wildlife Area Wildlife Manager Jim Haskins has been seeing a lot of happy hunters and dead animals emerging from the woods this season.
Wolford Mountain Reservoir is at lowest level since 2002. Engineers are trying to determine why the dam at the reservoir between Steamboat Springs and Kremmling is settling faster than expected. Denver Water controls 40 percent of the water in Wolford Mountain Reservoir.
The USA Pro Cycling Challenge announced the dates of the 2013 tour Wednesday. Steamboat is in the process of submitting a proposal. An expected route should be announced in December.
Killington Resort is partnering with Green Mountain Power and Vermont dairy farmers to convert the methane gas from cow manure to electricity to power its K-1 Express Gondola for the 2012-13 season.