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Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Thursday, Nov. 1

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• The Downtown Halloween Stroll on Wednesday night attracted hundreds of children and families for trick-or-treating through the streets of downtown Steamboat Springs. Routt County comes out for Downtown Halloween Stroll

• Two men were arrested and a third is wanted after police say they kidnapped a man at knifepoint and tried to force him to withdraw funds from an ATM machine at a bank in downtown Steamboat Springs. Men suspected of kidnapping man, forcing him to withdraw money from ATM

• Downtown buildings that don't cover their entire lot they sit on can bring with them the advantage of on-site parking, possibly the opportunity to expand on site, or even the ability to sell off a piece of land to defray the cost of the building. Unbuilt land factors prominently in worth of Steamboat’s downtown commercial property

• The city of Steamboat Springs, which owns the Iron Horse and has managed the hotel business for more than a year, has been losing money on the nightly rental portion of the operation. Hotel operations at Iron Horse Inn will cease Saturday

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• A preliminary hearing has been rescheduled again for the man accused of firing a gun toward three people June 9 outside a downtown Steamboat Springs bar. Preliminary hearing set for suspected shooter

• Steamboat Springs resident Darcey Johnston was inducted into the Robert Morris University Hall of Fame for volleyball. Steamboat Springs resident inducted into Robert Morris Hall of Fame

•  "One of the things we've found is that people in Steamboat love an occasion to go out on the holidays," said Betse Grassby Steamboat’s Strings Music Festival announces winter lineup

• The petition submitted to the town of Oak Creek to either limit the town's ability to collect management fees from its utilities or put the matter to a vote edged closer to completion this week. Scope of Oak Creek petition open to interpretation

Steamboat briefs: Annie Ochs named Rotary Club Student of the Month

The Record for Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2012