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Stuart, you are correct that the chemical in osha is oxytosin. It has been corrected above.
Nicole Miller, assistant editor
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At our Coffee and a Newspaper gathering Wednesday morning, Public Safety Director Joel Rae indicated that jaywalking is illegal where it is marked as such and is enforceable by law. He also said Steamboat Springs Police Department officers wrote about 100 warnings Saturday for people who crossed at that intersection after the signs had been posted, but it is a ticketable offense.
David, it's been corrected.
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Assistant Editor Nicole Miller
Scott, in accordance with a content-sharing agreement with The Denver Post, we can post only the first several paragraphs of a story to our site before linking to the Denver Post site. Accordingly, I'll be deleting your comment.
I've updated your menu, Max.
You're correct, Zac. It was 961 arriving passengers.
Nicole Miller, assistant editor.
rhys jones and Scott Wedel - The anonymous comment was allowed because of a glitch in the new site. We should have it fixed.
Assistant Editor Nicole Miller, nmiller@SteamboatToday.com
The Environmental Protection Agency says it is OK to dispose of alkaline batteries (AA, AAA, C, D and 9V) in the trash because they don't contain mercury and because cost-effective recycling programs for the batteries don't exist. The EPA stressed that alkaline are the only type of battery that should be thrown away.
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