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Community Agriculture Alliance: Locally-owned businesses come full circle

April 26, 2018 — In the Midwest farming community in which I grew up the 1960s, franchise fast food outlets were nowhere to be found. We had three grocery stores, two of which were family-owned operations. My hometown had locally-owned and operated bakeries, a farmer-owned dairy and a locker

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JetBlue adds 3 new destinations to Steamboat’s winter flight schedule

April 25, 2018 — Boston direct to Steamboat

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New coffee roasters in Steamboat Springs opens doors to customers

April 14, 2018 — STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — There's a different kind of smell wafting at the site of a former marijuana dispensary on Downhill Plaza in west Steamboat. Big Iron Coffee Company started roasting its single origin coffee in January for online and direct sales and now, has officially

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Land Title moves to Sundance Plaza, hosts open house

April 14, 2018 — Land Title Guarantee Company is moving to a new location in Sundance Plaza, 255 Anglers Drive, on Monday, April 16. For nearly 18 years, Land Title has operated out of its office at 721 Oak St. in downtown Steamboat Springs. The move provides the business

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Amazon starts collecting local sales taxes on orders shipped to Steamboat Springs

April 13, 2018 — STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Some of the purchases Steamboat Springs residents are making on Amazon.com Inc. have gotten a bit more expensive after the online marketplace in January started collecting and remitting the city's 8.4 percent sales taxes on purchases. Meanwhile, the city of Steamboat Springs has

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Routt County exploring potential purchase of newspaper offices in west Steamboat

April 11, 2018 — STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Routt County is eyeing the current Steamboat Pilot & Today headquarters in west Steamboat as a potential place to put county offices. County officials have taken multiple tours of the newspaper offices on Curve Court this winter. The county's interest in the

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Steamboat inventor close to getting patent on bear-proof trash bin

April 11, 2018 — The city of Steamboat Springs renewed its vows this week to clamp down on residents who fail to live up to regulations meant to keep bears out of trash.

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Steamboat vet clinic changes hands after almost 4 decades of treating people’s pets

April 10, 2018 — After working side by side with her veterinarian husband, John Rule, for the last 37 years, Carolyn Rule hopes she never sees another sick snake.

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Architecture firm names Chancie Keenan as new part owner

March 31, 2018 — Chancie Keenan has joined Mountain Architecture Design Group in Steamboat Springs as principal architect and part owner. She steps into the position previously held by Jan Kaminski, who has transitioned into a semi-retirement role. Keenan joins Ed Becker in leading Mountain Architecture forward. Keenan was

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Steamboat City Council has final say Tuesday on pot shop’s proposed move

March 31, 2018 — STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — The Steamboat Springs City Council is poised to make one of its biggest decisions about the retail marijuana industry to date when it decides Tuesday whether a dispensary can set up shop between downtown and the mountain. Some community members see next

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Grizzly Ranch in North Park sells to rancher for $18.5M

March 28, 2018 — Wyoming buyer pays $18.5 million for North Park Ranch

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Business briefs include new real estate agent, new business, ribbon cutting and certified chimney sweep

March 24, 2018 — Alex Pond joins The Steamboat Group Real Estate  Alex Pond has joined The Steamboat Group Real Estate as a buyers agent after working for over 12 years at Colorado Mountain College as a property manager and working with the City of Steamboat Springs Parks and Recreation Department in

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Fiscal impact study takes a look at estimated cost of new residential development in West Steamboat

March 18, 2018 — STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — The Steamboat Springs City Council and a group of real estate developers who want to build as many as 450 new homes in west Steamboat have a lot to talk about Tuesday. The meeting agenda is 259 pages long, and full of

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Pizza place in downtown Steamboat has new owners

March 16, 2018 — STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — No more than a few months after sweeping into town to take over the iconic Tap House in downtown Steamboat Springs, the new owners have taken on another restaurant. Bryan Baker and Murphy Frywald bought the old Colorado High 5 located on

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January 2018 real estate sales in Steamboat tops for nine years running

March 10, 2018 — Real estate sales off to fast start in '18

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Routt County real estate transactions total $7.2M from March 2 to 8, 2018

March 10, 2018 — 492 Sandhill Circle Seller: David B. Shepard Buyer: Williams and Loretta Conway Date: March 2 Price: $689,000 Property description: 2,829-square-foot, three-bedroom, three-bath home on 0.24-acre lot 34 Emerald Knoll-Hanley Subdivision. 2780 Eagleridge Drive Seller: W. O'Neil and Vickie McDonald Buyer: Larry and Pamela Dillon Date:

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New studio concept aims to create a downtown artists’ enclave in Steamboat

March 9, 2018 — Commercial Realtor Jim Cook believes he’s found a creative way to transform the vacant second story of an older building at 1125 Lincoln Ave. in the heart of downtown Steamboat Springs into 16 artist studios.

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Kreissig Real Estate names new business development director

March 3, 2018 — Chris Babcock has joined the Kreissig Real Estate team as director of business development. From Boston, Babcock has been a Steamboat Springs resident since 2009 and has a background in operations, logistics and real estate, specializing in business development, marketing and transaction management. "Chris brings

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Routt County real estate transactions: Feb. 23 to March 1, 2018

March 3, 2018 — 45 Sixth St. Seller: Alpenglow Condominiums LLC Buyer: Eric and Caroline Gibson Date: Feb. 23 Price: $860,000 Property description: 1,914-square-foot, three-bedroom, three-bath condo, 6 Alpenglow Rowhouse condos with two garage units 1821 Bear Creek Drive Seller: Susan Kurzweil Buyer: James Thomas and Michele Conklin Williams Date:

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Jump-start offered for new businesses in Routt County

March 2, 2018 — Jump-start new business in Routt

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