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Steamboat briefs: Fund created for man hurt in motorcycle wreck

Editor’s note: This story has been updated from its original version to clarify that Mike Gooseman runs, but does not own, Rocky Mountain Concrete Pumping.

A fund has been established to help with medical expenses for Mike "Goose" Gooseman, who was hurt Tuesday in a motorcycle wreck, friend Jake Burwell said. The fund is at Bank of the West in Steamboat Springs. Colorado State Patrol troopers responded to the wreck in North Routt County, but no details were available Wednesday.

Burwell said Gooseman was flown to a hospital on the Front Range with injuries to his head and spine. He said Gooseman is a longtime Steamboat resident and runs Rocky Mountain Concrete Pumping. Gooseman has two children, Burwell said.

Bank of the West is at 555 Lincoln Ave.; call 879-4040.

Hayden Town Council to consider street closures

The Hayden Town Council is scheduled to consider whether to approve closing a portion of Jefferson Avenue for the annual Hayden Daze parade at its meeting tonight.

This year's event will be July 16 to 18, and the theme is "Celebrate Sports." Festivities will include the parade at 11 a.m. July 17.

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The Town Council also will consider whether to close Walnut Street for this year's Farmers Market, which is scheduled for Fridays from 4 to 9 p.m. during summer. The tentative dates are July 2, 16 and 30; Aug. 13 and 27; and Sept. 10.