Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Wednesday, Oct. 24 |

Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Wednesday, Oct. 24

Good morning Steamboat Today readers.

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Diane Mitsch Bush is targeted by outside money in the House District 26 race. Hundreds of thousands of dollars in outside money is flowing into Citizens for Accountable Government to underwrite attack ads in the form of colorful mailers printed on heavy coated stock with eye-catching, sometimes cartoonish graphics.

Steamboat Springs residents who defended the Yellow Line at Centennial Hall earlier this month will have a chance to help shape the future of the free bus route at an open house next week.

Hahn's Peak Roadhouse will be able to host live music events at the restaurant near Steamboat Lake but not as often as owners Darren and Carroll Zamzow would like and not as late into the night.

U.S. winter sports teams are full of Steamboat athletes. Although snow hasn’t started to fly in Steamboat Springs, it’s coming. And with it begins another competitive season on the slopes.

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