Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Tuesday, Jan. 8 |

Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Tuesday, Jan. 8

Good morning Steamboat Today readers.

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• Steamboat’s airport manager says a new method has proved its worth after two separate incidents involving airplanes during the holidays. New take on snow removal helps keep holidays happy for a pair of pilots

• Several collegiate sports haven’t returned from winter break, but local athletes playing on college basketball teams have been busy. Routt County collegiate athletes round-up for Jan. 7

• Jay Gallagher of the Mount Werner Water and Sanitation District said Monday that although the level of Fish Creek Reservoir could dip to 35 percent by April 1, he is confident the city’s primary source of municipal water will fill this spring. Fish Creek Reservoir, at 41 percent full, expected to recharge Steamboat’s water supply this spring

• Several Steamboat-connected skiers earned trips overseas with their performances at the U.S. Cross-Country Nationals in Utah. Two others earned spots in the World Junior Cross-Country Championships later this month in the Czech Republic. Steamboat Springs skiers score big at cross-country nationals

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