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Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Wednesday, April 16

Good morning Steamboat Today readers.

• At the request of the Steamboat Pilot & Today, Routt County Judge James Garrecht has unsealed records related to the case against Meghan McKeon, the woman charged with child abuse resulting in the death of her 3-year-old son. Judge unseals arrest warrant for Steamboat mother whose 3-year-old died

• Daryl Levin sold Chelsea's in the late-1990s, but he's now looking to resurrect the Chinese-food restaurant and its reputation of cuisine worth traveling for. Chelsea’s Chinese restaurant makes mountain comeback

• Steamboat skier Soren Jespersen records all but a handful of the season’s runs with the help of GPS app and Google Earth. Tom Ross: Logging a season’s worth of powder tracks at Steamboat Ski Area

• City staff has since last year considered privatizing the department as a way to make it more efficient, but Routt County officials earlier this month indicated they would reject such a proposal. Steamboat City Council members to continue to push for changes at regional building department

• As the snow melts and the Yampa River begins to swell, Steamboat Springs Fire Rescue is reminding people to be careful around high water. Firefighters urge caution around high water

• Local shop has been making alterations, repairing clothing for more than 30 years in Steamboat Springs. Sew What brings new life, adds years to Steamboat residents’ wardrobe

• Final figures for Colorado’s open-enrollment in private health insurance under the Affordable Care Act stand at about 124,000, according to state officials. Colorado’s private health insurance enrollment stands at 124,000

• On Wednesday night, a group of people will make its way from the Steamboat Springs Police Department to the downtown Routt County Courthouse to bring light to a complex issue. Take Back the Night to raise awareness of sexual violence in community

• It's well known that emergency dispatchers, who never know when the next 911 call is coming, have a highly stressful job. Meet local dispatchers during ice cream social

• The USSA announced on Monday that it would cut its funding for the U.S. Nordic combined team. USSA cuts funding for Nordic combined

• The Steamboat Springs Sailors rolled past the Glenwood Springs Demons Tuesday night at Gardner Field. Steamboat girls soccer tops Glenwood Springs in key conference game

• The Sailors played complete baseball while the Bulldogs struggled in their double header Tuesday. Steamboat beats Moffat County in back-to-back games

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Our View: Upside-down salaries

Steamboat briefs: Casey's Pond to host free information seminar, lunch

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