Kristi Mohrbacher

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Young athlete takes on challenge of Mount Werner Classic

There isn't much that 7-year-old Tyler Scholl loves more than running.

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Area campgrounds see increased number of visitors

High gas prices and forests ravaged by beetle kill have not deterred dedicated campers, as some park officials predicted.

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Tyler Johnson comes home for physical therapy after battle with disease

Less than two weeks after 10-year-old Tyler Johnson lost his feet and part of the fingers of his right hand to amputation, life is starting to look a little more like it used to.

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City Council to vote on pre-annexation agreement for proposed development

The Steamboat Springs City Council will vote on a resolution to approve the pre-annexation agreement for Steamboat 700 during its meeting Tuesday.

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Officials move into new office

Routt County commissioners enjoyed a new view of Lincoln Avenue on Monday as they conducted business for the first time from their recently renovated hearing room.

Community has raised more than $10,000 for 10-year-old boy's medical bills

After an undiagnosed disease left 10-year-old Tyler Johnson near death in late June, he's now bravely coping with the loss of both feet and the fingers of his right hand, which were amputated this week.

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Excitement builds as new, universal playgrounds take shape

Eight-year-old Paige VanArsdale can't wait for the new climbing wall being built at Soda Creek Elementary School. She said it's going to be "pretty tall" and measured the height with her hands - about a foot and a half.

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Recreational users discuss options for mountain's future

With unlimited recreational options on Emerald Mountain, city officials and consultants are struggling to satisfy everyone with future plans for the area.

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Statue unveiled in honor of 100 years

Six-year-old Kevin Kaster did not want to climb down from the sparkling new statue on the Routt County Courthouse lawn when his mom asked him to.

Conservation requested until leak is repaired

Phippsburg residents are being asked to conserve water because of a water shortage that was discovered late Tuesday afternoon.

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The FDA has issued a nationwide warning that certain types of tomatoes have been linked with a salmonella outbreak. These tomatoes at Sweet Pea Market were purchased from Honeyacre Produce in Wiggins and are "considered safe because they are still on the vine," said Honeyacre Produce Owner Cindy Shoemaker.

Child welfare caseworker Tina Harlow, in the Routt County Department of Human Services office, was recently honored with the statewide 2008 Excellence in Practice Award.

Child welfare caseworker Tina Harlow, in the Routt County Department of Human Services Office, was recently honored with the statewide 2008 Excellence in Practice Award.

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