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Topping the news this morning, members of the Steamboat Springs City Council said Wednesday that while they feel Ken Brenner's decision to step down as council president is "healthy" and "the right thing," they did not try to influence Brenner's decision before it was made. Routt County Sheriff Gary Wall and Undersheriff David Bustos have at least a year to renew their inactive Peace Officer Standards and Training certifications. Backcountry skiers and snowmobilers on Rabbit Ears Pass may have noticed new, brightly colored signs at trailheads in the past month. Brought to you by Coleman Cook and Sharon Pace-Ward of Colorado Group Realty in Steamboat Springs.


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